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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 ...
 
Does Donald Trump make you want to drink and swear? A LOT? You’re in luck! Introducing America’s original Sexy Liberal and host of the nationally syndicated Stephanie Miller Show, now in podcast form! Yes, it’s Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour Podcast, where you can hang out with Steph and her celebrity and comedian friends for a wild, raunchy, uncensored ride through politics and pop culture. Pour yourself a stiff one and get your podcast on HARD! Pants optional.
 
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Afford Anything founder Paula Pant joins Chris to discuss how you can afford ANYTHING (but not everything). They also discuss how you can escape the 9-5, start making passive income, and take mini and/or semi-retirements throughout your life. Paula Pant (@affordanything) is the founder and creator of Afford Anything where she runs an award winning …
 
Hal Sparks joins us in studio (with his Jesus hair) for the first time since the pandemic. We wind him up and set him loose on topics like idiot insurrectionists, covid deniers, and the Trump-O'Reilly sexual harassers tour. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info…
 
#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…
 
Career expert Kathryn Minshew joins Chris to discuss all things jobs: finding and landing one you'll love, making networking suck less, and how to build your personal brand online without needing to be a "social media influencer". Kathryn Minshew (@kmin) is the founder and CEO of The Muse and the co-author of the best selling book The New Rules of …
 
Malcolm Nance is here to scare the pants off us about the imminent threat the radical Republican Party poses to democracy (hint: we've said, it before, but this next election will be the most important of our lives). Then we follow up with Glenn Kirschner who's fired up and ready to prosecute after Gen. Mark Milley's comments about Trump's "Reichst…
 
#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…
 
Chief Side Hustler Nick Loper joins Chris to talk all about side hustles, including some easy ways to make extra cash, bigger opportunities to replace your job, making passive income and finding profitable business ideas. Nick Loper (@nloper) is founder of Side Hustle Nation, the host of the Side Hustle Show podcast. He has quite a few side hustles…
 
This week vent a little bit with Dr. Redlener about the maskholes and covidiots in red states who still will not get a vaccaine shot. Then we get Glenn Kirschner on to discuss Donald Trump's ridiculous lawsuit/fundraising tool against Twitter and Facebook. Great chats with two of our beloveds! See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Cal…
 
#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…
 
"Money Hacks" author Lisa Rowan joins Chris to talk about lots of money hacks your might not know about, including grocery store hacks, deals on prescriptions, finding and claiming your missing money and getting things repaired for free! Lisa Rowan (@lisatella) is author of Money Hacks: 275+ Ways to Decrease to Decrease Spending, Increase Savings, …
 
#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…
 
With Mama on vacation we're looking back to the time we had Carol Burnett in the studio! We get some great stories from Carol's career, as well as tales from Jody Hamilton's upbringing. And Steph tries not to creep Carol out too much with the giant pictures of her and her family on the walls. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and Cali…
 
Bestselling author Ramit Sethi joins Chris to talk about what living a rich life really means and how to start living one. They also discuss money rules that make your finances easier, the invisible scripts society has created to control our financial lives and how couples can better their tackle money issues. Ramit Sethi (@ramit) is the author of …
 
#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…
 
Old friends are returning to the studio again! This week it's Jen Kirkman! We catch up and get her story about lying right to the face of a comedy legend. Then former FBI agent Frank Figliuzzi joins us to discuss why members of the GOP now pointing fingers at the FBI for January 6th. Check out Jen's podcast "No Fun with Jen Kirkman" And look for "T…
 
Crypto expert Zac Prince, joins Chris to talk about how to earn 8.6% interest on cash through crypto stablecoins. They also discuss Zac’s favorite investing hacks, his crypto portfolio advice, Bitcoin, Ethereum and other different crypto tokens Zac invests in. Zac Prince (@blockfizac) is the CEO of BlockFi, a crypto-first banking platform that lets…
 
#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 …
 
This week we catch up with Rob Reiner to talk voter suppression, Trump crimes, and Joe Manchin. Then we welcome Jill Sobule back to the studio to help us forget our troubles as she shares some songs, new and old. Support Jill! Go to https://www.patreon.com/jillsobule See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at h…
 
#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…
 
Time management pro Laura Vanderkam joins Chris to talk about how to make the most out of your weeks. They discuss how to find time for yourself in your busy schedule, multitasking, feeling more productive in the morning, the best way to plan your week/weekend, and managing your time as a parent. Laura Vanderkam (@lvanderkam) is the author of sever…
 
This week we're clinging to comedy legends Paula Poundstone, Louie Anderson, and Lewis Black to help us through this dark time for democracy. They all bring the funny as we discuss things like vaccine deniers, Trump's delusions of grandeur, and West Virginia. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://a…
 
Renowned financial columnist, Morgan Housel talks with Chris about the psychology of money. They discuss the mindset of winning investors, new ways to think about risk, when to hold cash vs. invest, and how you can stop wanting more and focus on your own financial independence. Morgan Housel (@morganhousel) is a partner at Collaborative Fund and a …
 
#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…
 
#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…
 
Cheap flight fanatic Scott Keyes joins Chris to talk about getting the best deals on flights around the world. They discuss when and how to find and book the cheapest flights, making the most of flight cancelations or delays and lots of travel hacks to maximize happiness on all your trips. Scott Keyes (@smkeyes) is the founder of Scott's Cheap Flig…
 
#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…
 
We talk to Glenn Kirschner on a big week as the Manhattan DA office prepares to present evidence against the Trump Organization to a special grand jury. We discuss this some more with Ted Lieu, as well as the January 6th commission and his inherent contempt legislation proposed to more strongly enforce congressional subpoena power. See Privacy Poli…
 
Professional car buyer LeeAnn Shattuck joins Chris to talk about getting the best deal when buying and selling a vehicle. They discuss the buying new and used cars, making the decision to lease or buy, negotiating the best price and how to get the most when you're selling or trading in your existing car. LeeAnn Shattuck is the founder of The Car Ch…
 
#318: Joe is a new real estate agent and he’s looking for ways to save. Is opening a SEP IRA a good account when you’re no longer a W2 employee? Grace has a similar concern: she’s a tutor, but she’s paid as a contractor. Should she forget about her Vanguard brokerage account and open a SEP IRA or Solo 401k? Kim is newly divorced and celebrating the…
 
This we welcome back our friend Dean Obeidallah to give us his perspective as a half-Palestinian on the Israel-Palestine conflict, and as a lawyer on the Trump-Giulianni legal troubles. Then we welcome our new best friend Olivia Troye, who served in the Bush and Trump White Houses to discuss her time in the Trump White House (serving under VP Mike …
 
#317: What if work and life can coexist together - without enormous trade-offs? What if all you have to do is ruthlessly prioritize within each area and manage the rest with automation and delegation? If it sounds like a pipedream, it’s not. Guests Michael Hyatt & Megan Hyatt Miller, authors of Win at Work & Succeed at Life, share how work/life bal…
 
Points optimizer Alex Miller joins Chris to go deep on credit cards and points hacks. They discuss the best cards to get right now, how to get thousands of points without spending much money, and ways you should NOT be spending your points. Alex Miller is the Founder and CEO of Upgraded Points, a site that helps millions of people each month maximi…
 
We have fun discussing the miserable state of the Republican party with Steve Marmel. Then Dr. Irwin Redlener joins us to discuss the new mask mandate and explain why he feels we should have some sort of vaccine passport or verification system in place nationwide. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at http…
 
Financial independence (FI) expert Brad Barrett joins Chris to discuss how you can achieve FI no matter how much you make, including how much money you need to hit FI, savings hacks you can use along the way, and the power of intentionality. Brad Barrett is the co-host of ChooseFI, the top podcast on financial independence with more than one millio…
 
#316: Pauly from Portland doubled the inheritance money he received from $50,000 to $100,000 during the pandemic. Now he’s wondering if it’s okay to use this $100,000 as a downpayment on a home in Portland. Is that a wise use of the money? Preethi accidentally withdrew funds from her Roth IRA as an excess distribution, and she’s already filed her t…
 
Travel pro Leigh Rowan joins Chris to discuss the travel hacks you need for your next trip, including getting the best prices on flights and hotels, having authentic local experiences and not getting ripped off changing money. Leigh Rowan (@leighrowan) is a serious travel hacker. He is the founder and CEO of Savanti Travel, a travel management comp…
 
#315: Do you ever grapple with the differences between your present self and your ideal self? Katy Milkman, host of the Choiceology podcast and the James G. Dinan Professor at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, shares the science of getting from where you are now to where you want to be. Her new book, How to Change, is a “science…
 
Rep. Maxine Waters joins us to discuss her history as a civil rights advocate, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, and what we're up against with this current Republican Party. And Malcolm Nance is on to revel in the schadenfreudeliciousness of Rudy Giuliani getting a search warrant from the FBI and the order from federal judge Amy Berman Jac…
 
#314: Briale opened a Variable Annuity inside a 403b at work when she was 23. She has 17 years to go before retirement. As an elementary school teacher, her pension will be $6,000 per month. Should she stop contributing to the annuity and contribute to a Roth IRA instead? Hunter put a credit freeze on his two children’s credit, which required sendi…
 
We're talking law this week with former FBI Frank Figliuzzi and former U.S. Army prosecutor Glenn Kirschner. Frank gives us a hint of what to expect as more charges come through for the January 6th Capitol rioters. And Glenn breaks down the investigation into Rudy Giuliani - what it means for the FBI to raid his office and where that goes next. Che…
 
#313: Do you know the unspoken rules about how to get ahead in your workplace or industry (and as a result, how to earn more)? Unspoken rules, and the corresponding social norms, create a major impact in how we’re perceived in the workplace -- and therefore how often we’re promoted. But these rules are rarely taught. Managers expect us to understan…
 
In the week of the Derek Chauvin conviction, Elie Mystal breaks down some of the legal history behind why cops have been getting away with murdering so many people of color. And rock star Representative Mondaire Jones (D-NY) discusses some of the history of the white supremacist minority bending the system to hold onto power, be it through the Supr…
 
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