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#166: Everything I Learned About Money Came from My Grandmother – with Michelle Singletary of the Washington Post
Michelle Singletary learned everything she knows about money from her grandmother. Well, okay, I shouldn’t say ‘everything’ that she knows. After all, Michelle also has an MBA from Johns Hopkins University. She writes about personal finance for the Washington Post. Her nationally-syndicated personal finance column, The Color of Money, is published in more than 100 newspapers nationwide.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 37:42 – 36.4MB) | Embed In today’s episode, Cody and Justin bring you a really interesting story full of dynamics different than their own lives. Jamila is a mother and an immigrant and both of those parts of her story helped shaped her unique path to financial independence.
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Tired of spending money on rent? How about living in an RV! Joe and his wife have lived in an RV for over 4 years now and are loving every minute of it. They have also been working towards their path to FI, continuously accumulating FU money and allowing them to go travelling, to survive …
Would a Minimalist Holiday Season Be a Better Option? (plus an intro to Royalty Exchange) ” The Stacking Benjamins Podcast
Tired of all the running around shopping and working and cooking and planning…all to try and make the perfect holiday? What if you ditched all that and instead just focused on the people around you? Would that make it better? We’ll talk about not just frugaling your holiday season, but minimizing it.
Listen & Subscribe: on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, Google Podcasts, Android Device (This post may include some affiliate links) This is my most important and special interview to date. It’s with my Mom. I talk about her so much on the show and in every interview I do so
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