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You can afford anything, but not everything. We make daily decisions and create habits around how to spend money, time, energy, focus and attention – and ultimately, our life. Every decision is a trade-off against another choice. But how deeply do we contemplate these choices? Are we settling for the default mode? Or are we ruthlessly optimizing around a deliberate life? Are we creating financial independence, early retirement and debt freedom? Are we managing money wisely? Host Paula Pant i ...
 
Are you looking to improve your family's financial wellness and create a life of true wealth and happiness? The Marriage, Kids and Money Podcast is dedicated to helping you do just that. Each week, Andy Hill interviews millionaire parents, couples who have reached financial independence, and financial industry experts like Chris Hogan, Paula Pant, JL Collins and Rachel Cruze (the daughter of Dave Ramsey). These interviews are meant to provide you with easy-to-understand information and actio ...
 
Our goal at NewRetirement is to help anyone plan and manage their retirement so that they can make the most of their money and time. Our podcast spans money, purpose, meaning, lifestyle, and health. We interview guests with the goal of helping you make the most of your life. If you’d like to discover more, we offer “the best” free retirement planning tool and tons of useful content around this topic that you can access at NewRetirement.com.
 
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#330: Linda is 58 and wondering how to account for her Social Security benefits when thinking through the 25x expenditure equation. Her expected expenses are $100,000 - $150,000. How can she figure out if she’s ready to retire? Alise has dreamed of living abroad for long periods of time and wants to buy a property in Portugal before the minimum spe…
 
With the “Great Resignation” in full swing, Tori Dunlap shares how to we can make the decision whether to return to work or start a business. She shares her personal experience after leaving her career to become a business owner. RESOURCES Tello: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/tello Firstly: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/firstly Her Firs…
 
Are you considering working with your spouse? Depending on how things are arranged, this could either be a great way to connect more or a complete disaster! Nicole and I discuss the pros and cons of working together over the past year. We explore ways for our working relationship to improve so we can have a happy marriage too. SHOW RESOURCES Firstl…
 
Have you ever thought about how an economist views financial planning? Would you guess that it's vastly different from how some financial planners approach this work? Today's guest, Laurence Kotlikoff, is a Professor of Economics at Boston University. The Economist named him one of the world's 25 most influential economists in 2014. Professor Kotli…
 
Brian Preston from The Money Guy Show cautions young investors not to pay off the mortgage too early. Here’s why he feels passionate about not rushing to have that paid-off house. SHOW RESOURCES Tello: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/tello Firstly: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/firstly The Money Guy Show: https://www.moneyguy.com/…
 
With the cost of college rising and rising year over year, as parents, we have to ask ourselves "Is college worth it?" Nicole and I debate the topic and discuss our college plans for our children. We have some excellent contributions from the live stream audience and we share some collective takeaways on the "college vs. no college" debate. SHOW RE…
 
#328: Sarah O Sahara’s parents sold their rentals and business of 24 years. They’d like to create a trust for their grandkids with boundaries in place to avoid entitlement. How should they structure this trust? Anonymous in Canada has a fully paid off condo that she wants to turn into a rental once her new townhome is ready. Should she mortgage aga…
 
Are you interested in learning about investing? One of the best ways that I've grown my knowledge about the stock market and investing is through a good book. Today, I'm sharing 10 books that helped me become a better investor and ones that I’d suggest to you as you discovering more about investing. Also, we hear from Rishi Vamdatt of Easy Peasy Fi…
 
Would you want to receive an inheritance from your parents? At first glance, the answer might be "hell yeah"! Nicole and I dive deeper into the subject and discuss the ramifications of getting money after Mom and Dad pass away. We discuss the pros and cons of getting an inheritance from parents and what we want to do with our kids. SHOW RESOURCES T…
 
On 1st November 2001, the body of a young woman was discovered in a suitcase at the side of a road in North Yorkshire. Months later, her murder was connected to a missing persons investigation in London. This episode explores this brutal and senseless crime that police worked tirelessly to solve. ****************************************************…
 
#327: The stories of success that highlight talent and hard work don’t tell a complete picture. The best artists, athletes, and entrepreneurs don’t always have innate talent. Not all of them have put in 10,000 hours of practice. What sets them apart is their framework for learning. Award-winning social psychologist Dr. Ron Friedman discusses his ne…
 
Nicole and I have seen some tough days in our relationship. There's been yelling, name-calling, and even marriage counseling. We’ve also had excellent days where we’ve felt appreciated, loved, and thrilled that we’ve chosen to be with each other. So the big question is … How do we get more excellent days in our marriages? Our guests today have a co…
 
In a relationship, there can be certain things that bother us about our partners. Should we try to change them? Or love them just the way they are? Nicole and I discuss a recent marriage fight we had about this very topic. We share what the argument was and our thoughts on if you should change your spouse or not. SHOW RESOURCES Firstly: http://www.…
 
#326: Anonymous is struggling with being too frugal, possibly to the detriment of her health. I mentioned in a previous episode that I struggled with frugality for a long time. She wants to know: in what ways was frugality a hindrance or an asset, and how did I get myself out of such a frugal mindset? John and his wife aren’t sure how much they sho…
 
Sam Dogen from Financial Samurai shares how he was able to build up enough passive income to earn over $200,000 per year. As a young father, he appreciates the opportunity to be there for his young family while still being able to provide a good life in San Francisco. This is a "BEST OF MKM" episode from January 2020! Currently our most downloaded …
 
In post-pandemic life, do you feel like you're constantly pressed for time? Lately, we're feeling like time is the new currency. Nicole and I discuss how trying to do it all has been difficult and unhealthy for us both. We discuss some takeaways on how we're trying to improve. Part of that improvement is realizing that time, just like money, is a f…
 
#325: Okay, so everyone and their dog is talking about Bitcoin — but what exactly is it? And what’s Ethereum? If you’re feeling lost in the topic and confused by the jargon, start with this episode in which we cover the basics about blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/ep…
 
The 60th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Taylor Schulte — the founder of Define Financial and the Stay Wealthy Retirement Podcast — and discusses tax and legacy planning as well as what are and how to use Donor Advised Funds (DAFs). Try out the NewRetirement Planner for free: https://www.newretirement.com/planner/sig…
 
Breck Bednar was just an ordinary 14 year old boy who spent time with his family, went to church on Sundays and excelled at school. Then, he met a boy online called Lewis who changed everything. This episode follows Breck’s story and how Lorin and Barry Bednar’s lives were forever changed in February 2014. We also discuss the very real dangers of m…
 
#324: Rob and his fiancé are grappling with what to do about her $400,000 of federal student loan debt. Should they pay it off immediately, or bank on a 20-year dismissal? “Nurse Dreaming of FI” isn’t sure what her family’s next financial move should be. She’s torn between investing extra money into index funds, or using it to buy a fix-and-flip. H…
 
In this wild real estate market, house hacking has become a popular way to lower your cost of living and take advantage of the appreciating asset of real estate. But what is house hacking? How does it work? Well, our guests today are here to help us learn more. Ali & Josh are the married couple and financial educators behind The FI Couple, a platfo…
 
Taylor & Scott Rieckens started a very public journey towards FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) a few years ago. They developed a documentary entitled "Playing with FIRE" that received high praise from publications like the US News calling it one of the "Top 10 Best Finance Movies of the Decade". Nicole and I wanted to check in with these …
 
After taking the leap from my corporate career over a year ago, I sometimes look back and wonder… Did I make a mistake? Did the glory of “going out on my own” and “doing my own thing” get me so excited that I didn’t think long-term enough? Was this change a smart move? I share some of the disadvantages of entrepreneurship versus being an employee a…
 
#323 Brad and Jonathan from ChooseFI join us for a deep philosophical and practical discussion around what we learned from 2020. We explore... What the pandemic taught us about work, finance, and life The importance of being mentally and logistically nimble and flexible The distinction between directionality vs methodology What we’ve learned about …
 
As we grow up, our parents have a lot of influence on the people we eventually become. But outside of parenting, sometimes we are who we are and there's not much they can do to change it. Nicole and I discuss how we were raised by our parents and if our money beliefs were crafted by that upbringing. Or was it something completely different? Are we …
 
#322: Jess wants to reach financial independence by the time she’s 50. But she’s worried that she doesn’t have enough money in cash or taxable brokerage accounts to bridge the gap in her first few years of retirement. What moves should she make, if any? Yisell wants to invest money now. Should she cash out her $70,000 pension in hopes to generate m…
 
The 59th NewRetirement podcast. This time, Steve Chen is joined by guest Joe Saul-Sehy — the founder of the Stacking Benjamins podcast and community — and discusses Joe's story, what he’s building, and his new book, Stacked. Try out the NewRetirement Planner for free: https://www.newretirement.com/planner/signup Produced by Davorin Robison. © 2021 …
 
On May 12th 2007, the small quiet community of Manheim Township in Pennsylvania was rocked when an unknown person killed three members of the Haines family in their home. The killer remained unidentified for weeks, despite several hopeful leads in the case. This episode explores this senseless and brutal crime that remains motiveless to this day. *…
 
Generational Wealth is the type of wealth that allows your family to experience financial freedom, choice, and options for generations to come. The type of wealth that allows you to have the financial power to be the positive change you want to see in our society and our country. Our guest today, Anne-Lyse Wealth, is here to tell us more about Gene…
 
With all the services and restaurants we interact with on a daily basis, it's hard to know when you should tip and when you shouldn't. Nicole and I discuss the world of tipping and the etiquette we've developed around it. And we also chat about the areas where we have no clue! What are your go-to tipping policies? SHOW RESOURCES How Much Should I T…
 
#321: Have you dreamed of making a career transition, only to realize you have no idea where to start, who to talk to, or how to convey your skills to interviewers? Career expert Ashley Stahl has the information you need to take control of your career and pivot into something new. Ashley struggled with this, too -- but in the process, she figured o…
 
Investing can feel intimidating and a lot of times you don't know where to start. I'm laying out how to start investing in 10 simple steps today. Also, Cassie wants to know how to handle her 529 account after leaving her financial advisor. I share some quick tips for her as she makes this transition. SHOW RESOURCES Personal Capital: http://www.pers…
 
According to the American Psychological Association, 40-50% of marriages in the United States end in divorce. With a statistic like that, one might wonder if a prenup (prenuptial agreement) is a smart move. Nicole and I discuss if we should have gotten a prenup when we got married, if we would now, how second marriages would play out and if we'd re…
 
#320: Rob is hoping to retire at age 60, but he has a pesky mortgage balance he wants to eliminate beforehand. He and his wife expect to inherit $300,000. Should they use this money to pay off their mortgage or should they bulk up their retirement accounts? Another anonymous caller has two separate questions. One is about the tax efficiencies of ET…
 
On December 21st 2002 on a cold rainy morning in Upton, Peterborough, an off-duty fireman was cycling home when he noticed a burning smell in the air. The smell was something that he was all too familiar with… the smell of burning flesh. This episode explores this bizarre case where a victim remained unidentified for almost a year and the police us…
 
#319: Julia Galef is an acclaimed expert on rational decision making. She’s hosted the Rationally Speaking podcast for the last decade, and she’s passionate about good reasoning. Her book, The Scout Mindset, highlights the importance of looking at situations objectively and honestly. This is something a lot of people struggle with -- humans are oft…
 
It's our 250th episode! To commemorate this milestone, I decided to invite my parents, Cindy and Butch Hill, on the podcast. We discuss the childhood lessons that shaped their lives and how our family came to be. I hope these conversations encourage you to connect with your parents, learn more about your history and see how you can strengthen your …
 
Employers are implementing their "return to work" strategies and employees are bracing for the change. Nicole and I discuss how this change will affect her work-life and the pros and cons of working from home. What are your thoughts on the return to work news? SHOW RESOURCES Voicemail: http://www.marriagekidsandmoney.com/voicemail Twitter: HTTP://w…
 
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