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009: Why You Need 14 Different Bank Accounts with Talaat and Tai McNeely of His and Her Money

Enjoying these show notes from the Masters of Money podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who are Talaat and Tai McNeely? Alright, let’s meet today’s Master of Money. Talaat and Tai McNeely “America’s #1 Money Couple”, are Financial Educators that are […]

TurboTax 2017 Review | Popular Online Tax Software

TurboTax is one of the most popular tax preparation software programs out there and for very good reason. It offers a step-by-step process for preparing your taxes so you can rest assured that every I is dotted, every T is crossed, and every eligible deduction is taken. They take care of yearly tax updates, making […]

The Cash Flow Analysis for Our Rental Property at Year End 2016

It’s time once again to do our annual rental property cash flow analysis. To see previous years, visit the link at the bottom of the post. 2016 was a pretty good year for our rental property. It didn’t start out that way, though. Things were shaky in the first quarter. Home values and subsequently, property […]

008: Taking Risks and Making Extra Money with Kyle Taylor, The Penny Hoarder

Enjoying these show notes from the Masters of Money podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who is The Penny Hoarder? Alright, let’s meet today’s Master of Money. Kyle Taylor is the CEO and founder of The Penny Hoarder, one of the […]

007: How to Afford Anything by Hacking Your Housing Costs with Paula Pant

Enjoying these show notes from the Masters of Money podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who is Paula Pant? Paula Pant quit her 9-to-5 job, built financial independence (so that she never needs to trade time for money), launched an online […]

Wondering Where to Get Your Taxes Done? [3 Best Places & Prices]

Are you wondering where to get your taxes done? This is an important question to ask. You want to be sure you’re spending your money wisely and getting the best help possible for your situation. Here’s a question a reader just chimed in with: How do you recommend people get their taxes “done”? Should we […]

7 Ways Millennials Can Avoid Mistakes Filing Taxes

This post is brought to you by TurboTax. While this post was sponsored by TurboTax, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Tax season is upon us, which can be a stressful time of year for anyone. Millennials in particular tend to dread filing their taxes—according to a 2016 survey by NerdWallet, 80% […]

006: Achieving Financial Independence (and Happiness) in Your 30s with Brandon, the Mad Fientist

Enjoying these show notes from the podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who is The Mad Fientist? The Mad Fientist (aka Brandon) is a computer programmer and highly accomplished “fientist” (a word he made up himself) originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He’s […]

005: How to Track Your Expenses with Zina Kumok

Enjoying these show notes from the podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who is Zina Kumok? Zina Kumok is a freelance writer who specializes in personal finance (one of the best … she’s done some writing for me). She is the […]

004: How to Spend According to Your Values with Lauren Greutman

Enjoying these show notes from the podcast? Be sure to subscribe to the show in iTunes and you’ll get notified when each new episode is ready! Who is Lauren Greutman? Lauren Greutman is the #1 Best Selling Author of the book the Recovering Spender and runs ones of the largest personal finance websites for women […]

8 Ways to Avoid Going Broke in Retirement

When I pictured retirement, I envisioned myself on a beach somewhere. After acquiring my first finance job, I had a harsh wake-up call. Looking at retirement accounts all day made me realize, I needed to start planning now if I was going to end up on a beach. Retirement was closer than I thought. Unfortunately, too many of […]

The Last Day to File Taxes in 2017 (Don’t Forget!)

No big surprises this year. The last day to file taxes in 2017, for the 2016 tax year, is April 18, 2017. This is a few days later than the normal mid-April date since April 15, 2017, falls on a Saturday, and Monday, April 17, is the date of observance for a Washington, D.C., holiday […]