37 episodes

You're smart, I'm smart, but what do smart people do with their money? And what do smart people "not do" with their money? Each episode will have talking points and ideas for you. Michael has taught in higher education since 2006, this show has an inside the classroom theme to it. Please enjoy.

The Smart People Money Show Michael Anderson

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.6 • 8 Ratings

You're smart, I'm smart, but what do smart people do with their money? And what do smart people "not do" with their money? Each episode will have talking points and ideas for you. Michael has taught in higher education since 2006, this show has an inside the classroom theme to it. Please enjoy.

    3 Lessons for High School Seniors

    3 Lessons for High School Seniors

    Today I spoke to 4 high school classes, these were Seniors and the focus was on Credit Cards, Behavioral Finance and Real Estate.  I wanted to share a few of the things with you so I just made this recording. 

    • 25 min
    A book to read together. Tax law changes and a few other notes

    A book to read together. Tax law changes and a few other notes

    Recording from my table at home, here is a short podcast with a few notes and a book request for you to pick up.  I'm enjoying A Couple's Guide to Retirement and Aging by Sara Yogev. 

    • 14 min
    Validation: Can I retire? - Season 3. Episode 1

    Validation: Can I retire? - Season 3. Episode 1

    A few notes & thoughts about navigating money choices and life events.  The validation of trying to justify the retirement decision... How does one answer the question of "Can I Retire?"   I'm not going to attempt to answer the question but I think it's a fair one to ponder and I discuss a little about the process.   Additionally, we discuss divorce, income for retirement, starting out as the young & penniless, fighting for every dollar and more.  The theme, it's always best to seek some guidance when making money decisions. 

    • 13 min
    June - information & Solo-Chat

    June - information & Solo-Chat

    Sometimes a solo-chat is the best. Good information just shows up as the topics unfold.

    • 15 min
    Having a job, not having a job, now having a job...

    Having a job, not having a job, now having a job...

    Item #1: Have you ever thought about the different emotions that come with not having a job? What happens to the emotions of someone when someone when they get a job?
    Item #2: What makes someone decide to hire a consultant? Is it the value provided? Is it to avoid potential pain?
    Item #3: Have you ever taken stock of the unintended outcomes that have occurred in your life? Isn't it interesting how the more prepared you were the better your unintended outcomes were. (note, you can never know this until after the fact)
    Item #4: It's hard to quantify the benefits of a good advisor but if you're using them right and they are good... it's going to have multiple benefits for you.

    Do you have a question you would like to hear on the show? Or a question for Michael? email- Michael@maranantha.com

    Want to get a free retirement strategy call? visit Maranantha.com

    • 13 min
    How Dry is Your Financial Cake? Is Dave Ramsey Out of Touch?

    How Dry is Your Financial Cake? Is Dave Ramsey Out of Touch?

    Have you ever baked a cake? Did you determine if it was made perfectly or if there might have been any changes you would have liked to make? This same reasoning can be used with your financial situation, today's show is "How Dry is Your Financial Cake?" We also ask the question, "Is Dave Ramsey Out of Touch?"

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

MoJacko805 ,

Thank you for the financial tips

Really helpful financial tips and information. Entertaining too.

GameMyThrone ,

Bite size nuggets of information

This is a podcast with a lot of potential that is hindered by a lack of substantive content and falling into the rabbit hole of banter. After listening to a few shows, I felt that just when the hosts were providing substantive information, they would cease the discussion. If you looking for something that touches on the financial topics without a lot of background, this one is for you.

Side note; while the banter between the hosts is nice, it eats up way too much time in an already short podcasts often falling into the rabbit hole of unrelated topics and leaving you wondering what are they talking about.

5Hoff ,

Awesome

Great show

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