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Remember that class where they taught us how to handle the money? Neither do I. Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY, BUILDING WEALTH, and all the little tips, tricks, and ideas along the way. Want the plan to get started with your life and money? Grab the free budget here: http://www.moneypeach.com/freebudget

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Remember that class where they taught us how to handle the money? Neither do I. Creator and Award-Winning Blogger, Chris Peach of Money Peach, shows you exactly how to HAPPEN TO YOUR MONEY instead of your money happening to you. This is the show where you will actually learn something that you can take with you and implement right away. It’s about showing you the STEP-BY-STEP, COMMON-SENSE, and sometimes the in-you-face reality check, when it comes to BUDGETING, PAYING OFF DEBT, SAVING MONEY, BUILDING WEALTH, and all the little tips, tricks, and ideas along the way. Want the plan to get started with your life and money? Grab the free budget here: http://www.moneypeach.com/freebudget

    EP124: The Everyday Millionaire with Chris Hogan

    EP124: The Everyday Millionaire with Chris Hogan

    Dave Ramsey personality Chris Hogan is coming on the show today to explain how the everyday normal guy can in fact become a millionaire.
    Now, before you raise your eyebrow at me - let me be clear on what a millionaire is…
    A millionaire does NOT mean you earn a million dollars per year.
    Instead, Chris explains that a millionaire is simply someone who has a NET WORTH of a million dollars or more. This means if you take their assets (what they own) and subtract their liabilities (what the owe), these people would have a net worth of a million dollars.
    With that said, let’s dive into what this episode…
    With the help of the Dave Ramsey team, Chris studied over 10,000 people with a net worth of a million dollars or more to find out…
    What they do for a living Self made millionaires or inherited millionaires How much money they make in a single year Where they are investing their money What age they become millionaires What age they go completely debt free What kinds of cars they drive Their everyday spending habits And their daily habits
     
    To be honest - some of these will absolutely shock you - especially when you find out what some of these millionaires do for a living, how quickly they pay off their mortgage, and how much they spend going out to eat.
    All the show notes, links and anything Chris and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session124 

    • 29 min
    EP123: Medicare Hacks: Why Your Future Self Will Thank You - with Danielle Roberts

    EP123: Medicare Hacks: Why Your Future Self Will Thank You - with Danielle Roberts

    I know, I know - Medicare is not a very sexy topic in life. But, what if I told you there was an opportunity to save thousands of dollars in the future by PAYING attention to Medicare right now?
    By the way - did you know medical coverage in retirement is the largest expense you will all face later in life?
    And, since I haven’t covered this topic at all on the show, I knew now was the perfect time. I also knew I wanted to bring the best of the best on when it comes to experts in this arena, so I was able to get Danielle Roberts to come on the show.
    
Danielle is the go-to expert for all things Medicare for the publications like Forbes, the Huffington Post and Readers Digest. She is also co-founder of the uber popular blog and website Boomer Benefits.
    But first….
    IMPORTANT: This episode is NOT just for those getting ready to hit retirement. There are few things Danielle will share that will save those who are years away from retirement thousands upon thousands of dollars. If you’re like me (35 years old) and you take advantage of what Danielle is talking about in terms of saving money in your later years by starting now, your older self will thank you!
    Here’s what you can expect from today’s show:
    • How did Medicare first get started?
    • How does Medicare Part A work?
    • What you need to know about Medicare Part B
    • Why Danielle loves Medicare Part C the most
    • Medicare Part D: A tip to ask your doctor to save you thousands
    • How to use your Health Savings Account with Medicare
    • The average amount a couple pays for medical in retirement
    • What resources do baby boomers have available right now

    And of course, if you know anyone who already 65 or getting close to it, PLEASE do them a favor and share this episode with them. They will be so glad you did.
    All the show notes, links and anything Danielle and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session123 

    • 29 min
    EP122: Save More, Pay Cash, Rinse & Repeat: The Formula to Saving for Big Purchases

    EP122: Save More, Pay Cash, Rinse & Repeat: The Formula to Saving for Big Purchases

    Well, are you about to freak out yet?
    Why?
    Because we are about a week away from Christmas and the spending is in full force right about now. In fact, did you know the average American family will spend over $845 in 2018 and closer to $1,000 in 2019?!
    I am not saying you shouldn’t spend that much this Christmas. I say if you have the money and want to spend it - by all means, go right ahead!
    But what if you don’t have the money? What if the holiday season sneaks up on you and the only option is to put it all on a credit card? If you remember from last year, this means you’ll be making credit card payments for Christmas in July.
    The Solution: This week I am sharing with you our little SAVINGS HACK for the big expenses in life. Christmas, vacations, emergencies, new cars or any other big expense you can anticipate.
    If you start what we are talking about this month, you’re going to really enjoy spending money this time next year because you’ll have the money set aside.
    And when the vacation comes up you want to go on, you’ll have the money set aside.
    Or when the hot water heater goes out, you’ll have the money set aside.
    Whatever large expenses you have, you’ll have the money set aside.
    Mentioned in the show:
    Best Online Banks:
    CIT Savings Builder - 2.55% APY when you save $100/month OR have a balance of $25,000
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    CIT High Yield Savings - 1.55% APY when you open an account with $100 minimum balance
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    **The links above are affiliate links. This means Money Peach is a partner with CIT Bank and they can send a commission for using one of the above links. It doesn’t cost anything more or less for you but allows Money Peach to fund this podcast. Thank-you for your support!

    All the show notes, links and anything else I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session122

    • 11 min
    EP121: Travel Hacking for the Non-Rich with Travis Sherry

    EP121: Travel Hacking for the Non-Rich with Travis Sherry

    For the longest time I have poo-pooed the idea of travel hacking.
    For me, it meant you were supposed to go out and sign up for as many travel credit cards as possible. Then, you would try to spend as much as money on each credit card to “chase the rewards.”
    I remember thinking: Wow! I can spend $40,000 on a credit card and score a free plane ticket - no thanks!
    Then I met Travis.
    Side note: I met Travis at a little dive bar in Philadelphia last summer through a mutual friend. When he first told me he was a travel hacker...well... I wasn’t overly impressed.
    Until now!
    You see, Travis didn’t get his first credit card until he was 28-years-old and to this day he WILL NOT carry a balance or pay a dime of credit card interest.
    And yet, he and his family of 3 still travels all over the world on $5 plane tickets, cheap apartment rentals, and some other little-known travel hacks that completely took me by surprise.
    Here’s what we have in store for you:
    • How to get the absolute cheapest plane tickets
    • Where to look for cheap flights
    • How to get notified about the little-known flight hacks
    • How to find cheap apartment rentals
    • A secret they use for plane tickets using Wikipedia!
    • How they stayed in a 5-bedroom mansion in Breckenridge with access to the BMW and Hot Tub for free
    • What Travis recommends as everyone's first step to travel hacking


    BONUS: He has a free webinar on Black Friday 2018 to show you the top tips to travel hacking. If you would rather bypass the long lines and learn from a pro, sign up here:
    https://www.moneypeach.com/travis

    All the show notes, links and anything Travis and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session121

    • 39 min
    EP120: When Marriage and Money Come Together - with Andrea Robinson

    EP120: When Marriage and Money Come Together - with Andrea Robinson

    Eighteen months ago I brought my wife on the show to talk about how her and I FINALLY got on the same page with money inside our marriage.
    The episode was one of the most downloaded episodes of all time...and then we were told by the news station she was working for at the time that the show would have to pulled down ASAP.
    However, she has since retired and now the episode is being relaunched because I know how many of you will be able to relate.
    The backstory…
    We had just got married, had great jobs, and a really good income. We felt like we were rich...and we behaved like it.
    After three years of doing dumb things with money, we eventually went completely broke.
    We had maxed out credit cards, overdrafted our bank accounts, had zero money saved, and we were literally sitting there at our kitchen table feeling completely hopeless.
    We didn’t know what to do. I had a plan but then she had a better plan. She made more money that I did but I was the one who handled the money.
    We went through a ton of ups and downs, but eventually came together and big things started happening.
    We started saving more money…
    
We started paying off more debt…
    We stopped fighting about money…
    
And we did it all together.
    Still today, one of the questions I get all the time is, “Peach, how did you get your wife on board with your money plan?”
    Here’s what we are talking about in today’s episode:
    • What it takes to get on board
    • The struggles we faced
    • What she did that changed everything
    • How much she spends on a dress today vs 6 years ago
    • Our “entertainment” monthly budget
    • The most difficult thing she faced when climbing towards financial freedom
    • What life is like now we are debt free

    What you will find in this episode is the raw truth: it wasn’t easy. The number one cause of divorce in North America is money fights and money problems. Somehow we managed to stay married through the ups and downs of our finances, but in the end we are stronger than ever both financially and inside our marriage.
    Money truly does touch every aspect of your life…especially your marriage.

    All the show notes, links and anything Andrea and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session120

    • 31 min
    EP119: Online Income: The Formula to Multiple Income Streams - with Joseph Hogue

    EP119: Online Income: The Formula to Multiple Income Streams - with Joseph Hogue

    Joseph Hogue is an online serial entrepreneur. What I mean by that is he has created multiple different income streams online and has had success multiple times over.
    I asked Joseph to come on the show to share his journey with us so we can create some ideas of our own when it comes to generating income online.
    Joseph has owned 6 different personal finance blogs.
    All of Joseph’s blogs have made money and he has even sold two of them.
    He has also authored 10 books which he sells passively on Amazon for $2,000/month.
    Joseph has an online course on investing which in another stream of income.
    He has also grown his YouTube channel by 23,000+ subscribers over the past 10 months.
    He knows how to create something from nothing and he’s coming on the show to share some of his best tips for getting started online (and in any niche).
    Here’s what we discuss:
    • How he started his blog
    • Why he recommends self-publishing to make money early on
    • How to create multiple income streams online
    • His early success with YouTube
    • Why creating an online course is extremely profitable
    • How to stand out from the “noise” in the online space
    All the show notes, links and anything Joseph and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session119

    • 28 min

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