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Live like a Financial Rock Star. Scott has made the money moron mistakes so you don’t have to. He teaches you how to think differently about money, so you can get out of debt, get started investing, and generate passive income with real estate. Scott lived the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle, but by age 35, he turned it all around and became a self-made millionaire and is now on a mission to help you. If you’re stressed out or worried about money, the Scott Alan Turner podcast will help. Foolproof finances with unbiased advice (no sponsors, no advertisers). Life change, guaranteed. If you mixed Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, Rachel Hollis, and Tony Robbins together with a healthy dose of entertainment, rock n roll, and a splash of Star Trek, this show is what you would get.

The Scott Alan Turner Show | FINANCIAL ROCK STAR Scott Alan Turner, CFP®

    • 4.8, 367 Ratings

Live like a Financial Rock Star. Scott has made the money moron mistakes so you don’t have to. He teaches you how to think differently about money, so you can get out of debt, get started investing, and generate passive income with real estate. Scott lived the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle, but by age 35, he turned it all around and became a self-made millionaire and is now on a mission to help you. If you’re stressed out or worried about money, the Scott Alan Turner podcast will help. Foolproof finances with unbiased advice (no sponsors, no advertisers). Life change, guaranteed. If you mixed Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, Rachel Hollis, and Tony Robbins together with a healthy dose of entertainment, rock n roll, and a splash of Star Trek, this show is what you would get.

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4.8 out of 5
367 Ratings

367 Ratings

followmeoutofdebt.com ,

From one fellow financial podcaster to another

From one fellow financial podcaster to another, I loved the episode ROBERT KIYOSAKI'S ADVICE IS FOR LOSERS. If you are reading this review and haven't listened to this episode yet, I implore you to stop what you're doing and give it a listen.

I was once a follower of the Rich Dad, Poor Dad book and related advice, and lo and behold, I had wondered the same things mentioned on this episode - who is Rich Dad? Does this person actually exist? If so, why all of the secrecy?

My long-standing curiosity was finally satisfied listening to this episode, and I thank Scott for providing some information and resources not just about Robert Kiyosaki but also other avenues worth exploring for advice on real estate investing. This review is purposely being written to shine the light on this one episode in particular (even though I've listened to many others) only because I think anyone listening to this show needs to make this episode in the list a priority. It was truly informative and entertaining at the same time. I literally laughed out loud at the comment about attending a NKOTB concert as long as they were opening for Metallica. My sentiments exactly! Keep up the great work, Scott.

Deanna the dog walker ,

Great advice and very entertaining

I’ve been listening to this show for several years now. With Scott’s help I’ve paid off 20k in debt and have a really good retirement and nest egg established. It’s just really practical non- judgey advice we should have all learned from our parents but didn’t. I still listen to his show religiously because it helps me stay on track and I always learn something new.

Kmatilda ,

Scott Alan Turner Show - rock star awesomeness!!

Scott’s show and advice is easy to understand and follow. It has helped guide my husband and myself out of over $80,000.00 of debt to date. We still have a bit to go before we are “in the band” but with Scott’s guidance we will get there!! Love this podcast!!!

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