Join Michelle Waymire, CFA for a weekly podcast featuring tips and tricks to help you take control of your finances, as well as interviews with people who made big financial changes in their own lives. So join us, and we’ll help you get your financial s**t together!
Financial Independence & Slow Travel with Stephanie and Gillian of “Our Freedom Years”
Join us as we pick the brains of Stephanie and Gillian, a globetrottin’ couple and YouTube powerhouse who saved and invested their way to financial independence, retiring early from their corporate careers. Now they have a life of slow travel, exploring Europe and beyond with their two little dogs.
Reducing Your Rent and Other Rental Secrets with Joseph Pogue
When it comes to cutting expenses, people tend to focus on the day-to-day... yet believe it or not, there are ways to cut your biggest expense too: your rent! Join us as this week's guest, Joseph Pogue, shares his favorite rental secrets and ways to negotiate lower rent during your next move.
Budgeting Made Easy with Digital Cash Envelopes with Ryan Clark of QubeMoney
It's not often that a new financial technology comes along that stops me in my tracks... yet this is exactly what Ryan Clark has done with his up-and-coming company, QubeMoney. QubeMoney is a digital envelope system that takes banking to a whole new level. Join us as he discusses just why digital cash envelopes make budgeting so easy, and the story behind how QubeMoney is bringing this sweet digital money ecosystem to the world.
Building Your Investment Portfolio (and Your YouTube Empire!) with Joseph Hogue
Joseph Hogue, CFA, is an online investing expert and the founder of the Let’s Talk Money! YouTube channel. In this episode, he shares some of his favorite tips for new investors, including how to pick stocks without losing your marbles. He also shares his journey from corporate employee to online business owner and YouTube star, including how to make money from online thought leadership.
SPECIAL EDITION: COVID-19 and Your Money
While the situation is changing rapidly, many folks are concerned with the impact that Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) is having on the economy, their investment portfolios, and even their personal budgets. In this special edition episode, we break down some of the reasons for recent market dips, as well as what you can do as an investor and budgeter to stay calm and stay safe.
A No-Deprivation Guide to the Financial Independence (FIRE) Movement with Doug Nordman
Doug Nordman shares his journey from active serviceman in the Navy to full retirement at age 41, including how to hit a high savings rate without feeling deprived, how to know when you're ready to walk away, and how to keep your life challenging and fulfilling. If you're at all interested in the Financial Independence / Retire Early (FIRE) movement, you're gonna love this episode with one of the coolest dudes around!
Somehow makes finance interesting
I’m not a money person, but this is that kind of podcast that makes you interested in stuff you never thought about. Like, I can negotiate rent prices? She talks to a dude that lives in a van, not a Silicon Valley bro
(Though sometimes they are the same person). She seems super down to earth, not angry or screamy. Thanks for making helpful and interesting podcasts about stuff that’s not always fun to talk about!
Exactly what I needed
Thanks for creating this financial podcast!
Great financial podcast
Michelle’s advice and interviews are refreshing. Can’t wait for more episodes.