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 […]

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 […]

003: Laser Focus on Financial Success with Joe Saul-Sehy

My goal with this show is to help you improve your financial life by bringing you deep, revealing conversations around the taboo topic of money with my money nerd friends who aren’t afraid to share. Subscribe to the show. Who is Joe Saul-Sehy? Alright, let’s meet today’s Master of Money. Joe Saul-Sehy is the host […]

52 Week Money Challenge [New Printable for 2017]

So you want to save more money? It’s as good a day as any to get started saving more. Today I thought I’d share my thoughts on the 52 week money challenge and see how many of you would do something like this. How the 52 Week Money Challenge Works – Download the Printable The […]

002: How to Do the Little Things Well with Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche

My goal with this show is to help you improve your financial life by bringing you deep, revealing conversations around the taboo topic of money with my money nerd friends who aren’t afraid to share. Who is Tiffany Aliche? Alright, let’s meet today’s Master of Money. Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche is quickly becoming America’s favorite, […]

001: Just Be Helpful and the Money Will Follow with Joshua Becker of Becoming Minimalist

The Masters of Money Podcast is finally here! This is episode one. Remember, my goal with this show is to help you improve your financial life by bringing you deep, revealing conversations around the taboo topic of money with my money nerd friends who aren’t afraid to share. Who is Joshua Becker? Alright, let’s meet […]

The Important Things We’re Saving For (Our Savings Goals for 2017)

Want to get a peek at our savings goals for 2017?! You’ve come to the right place. Below I’ll share what we’ve saved for, what we’re saving for this next year, and how we’ll make it happen. This is year ten (10!) of us tracking our savings goals! Year ten, y’all! Want to make your […]

These 7 Strategies Save Us Thousands Each Year in Taxes

It’s time once again to start giving some thought to paying taxes. Who’s excited? Okay, even though it may feel like a chore it’s wise to do a little analysis at the end of the year to see if there are any year end tax planning moves you need to make. Remember, corporate returns are […]

15 Fantastic Financial Christmas Gift Ideas for Children

  Let’s be honest. Your child doesn’t need yet another toy. Sure, they’re fun, but after a couple of weeks, toys are forgotten or broken (or both). Plus, what long-term benefit does a toy offer? None. In these economic times, you might try something a little bit different. If there are kids in your life, […]

45 Christmas Gift Ideas Under $25 (They’ll Absolutely Love)

We’re back with our Christmas list again for 2016. We’ve updated the list with five more gift suggestions. Are you looking for a few Christmas gift ideas to help complete your list? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Every Christmas season I wait too long and end up having trouble deciding what gifts to […]

Masters of Money (Your Chance to Hear Real Money Conversations)

Subscribe in iTunes …or Stitcher, Overcast, and Google Play About Masters of Money I get it. It can be hard to have conversations about money with our friends, family, and even your spouse. Money is still a major taboo in our culture. Maybe the last taboo? But talking about money openly and honestly has led […]

HSA vs FSA: Which is Better? [Comparison Chart Included]

Here’s the thing: In light of past health care discussions on my blog and the fact that benefit re-enrollment period is up us, I thought I’d address a couple of tax-advantaged medical savings accounts: the Health Savings Account and the Flexible Spending Account. Ready for a HSA vs FSA showdown? Strap in! Who am I […]