Sinopsis

Since I started participating in the conversation about money, this stuff happened: I've paid off student loans and car loans, saved up an emergency fund, maxed out my retirement accounts, saved up for two down payments for homes, and left my corporate career to start two businesses. I want you to have the same results that I have had. That means you need to start getting in on the conversation. To make it easy, I want to bring more conversations about money to you. So here's what I'm doing. I'm starting a new podcast show called Masters of Money where I interview the people of FinCon, the event I run for financial nerds, and get them to open up about: their financial turnaround, the goals they've achieved, what they still struggle with, the tools they use, their plans for the future, and more... My hope is that these open and honest conversations will inspire, educate, and entertain. My goal is usefulness.

Episodios

  • 037: Radical Personal Finance with Joshua Sheats

    037: Radical Personal Finance with Joshua Sheats

    30/08/2017 Duración: 01h09min

    Joshua Sheats is the creator of the Radical Personal Finance podcast. He’s the world’s leading authority on integrating lifestyle goals and money goals without conflict. He teaches normal people how to seamlessly connect the science of financial planning with the joy of goal achievement. Joshua is dedicated to helping normal people achieve financial freedom by merging the creative (and crazy) ideas from the world of personal finance with the academic integrity of formal financial planning. In this episode, Joshua and I have a long discussion about his truly radical journey with money. We get into his past successes and failures and spend some time going over his interesting goals for the future. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/radical

  • 036: Increase Your Profits Like a Boss with Hilary Hendershott

    036: Increase Your Profits Like a Boss with Hilary Hendershott

    23/08/2017 Duración: 36min

    Hilary Hendershott is the host of Profit Boss Radio, a weekly podcast for women and money. Hilary has an MBA, and she’s a Certified Financial Planner. She’s a TEDx speaker, and she’s been featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC, ABC, FOX, DailyWorth, and more. In this episode, Hilary and I talk about her interesting history with money, her financial failures and successes, and her amazing plans for the future. I had a lot of fun with this conversation. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/hilary

  • 035: The Secrets to Investing Success and Building Wealth with Author Dr. Daniel Crosby

    035: The Secrets to Investing Success and Building Wealth with Author Dr. Daniel Crosby

    16/08/2017 Duración: 48min

    Dr. Daniel Crosby is a psychologist and behavioral finance expert who helps organizations understand the intersection of mind and markets. In this episode, Daniel and I discuss how he’s made the most of his degree and career path, how he talks to his kids and wife about money, his financial screw-ups (like buying too much house) and successes, AND we get into his ideas around actively investing that 10-20% of your portfolio that might be available for a more aggressive approach. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. Daniel's second book, Personal Benchmark was a New York Times bestseller. His latest book is The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secrets to Investing Success. You can find links to Daniel’s book and everything we talked about at http://ptmoney.com/daniel

  • 034: Buying Your First Home with Lauren Bowling of Financial Best Life

    034: Buying Your First Home with Lauren Bowling of Financial Best Life

    09/08/2017 Duración: 47min

    Lauren Bowling is the award-winning blogger and editor behind personal finance site Financial Best Life and author of The Millennial Homeowner: A Guide to Successfully Navigating Your First Home Purchase. She shares stories about her shopping addiction that led to $10,000 in credit card debt, how she paid off $8,000 in consumer debt in 90 days, and how she was able to buy her first home. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/laurenb

  • 033: Stop Worrying About Money with J. David Stein from Money for the Rest of Us

    033: Stop Worrying About Money with J. David Stein from Money for the Rest of Us

    02/08/2017 Duración: 40min

    David Stein produces and hosts the top-10 iTunes ranked investing podcast Money For the Rest of Us where he teaches over 25,000 listeners per episode about money, how it works, how to invest it, and how to live without worrying about it.
 The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/david

  • 032: Live Well Today and Tomorrow with Roger Whitney, the Retirement Answer Man

    032: Live Well Today and Tomorrow with Roger Whitney, the Retirement Answer Man

    26/07/2017 Duración: 47min

    Roger Whitney is the Retirement Answer Man, and he believes you can create a great life that balances living well today AND living well tomorrow by have the right little conversations about money. Over the last 24 years he has worked directly with clients on this journey and shares the wisdom he's learned on his weekly podcast, The Retirement Answer Man, and his blog at rogerwhitney.com. This is a great interview with Roger. He’s really living out this “living well today” concept. I see him...
 So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/roger

  • 031: Finding Hope and Making Sense of Your Finances with Alaya Linton

    031: Finding Hope and Making Sense of Your Finances with Alaya Linton

    19/07/2017 Duración: 38min

    Alaya blogs at Hope+Cents. After years of feeling hopeless about her financial situation, she took the steps to climb out of debt. Becoming debt-free gave Alaya a new passion and through her blog and coaching now helps others dump their debt and take control of their finances. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/alaya

  • 030: Focusing on Long Term Financial Success with Eric Rosenberg

    030: Focusing on Long Term Financial Success with Eric Rosenberg

    12/07/2017 Duración: 01h05min

    Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer originally in Ventura, California. When away from the keyboard, Eric he enjoys exploring the world, flying small airplanes, and spending time with his family.
 
In this episode, Eric talks about building a long-term mindset and how that’s helped his financial life. He also shares how he paid off his graduate school debt of $40,000 off in 2 years, and how he plans to put down more than 66% on his next home purchase in California.
 So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/eric Enjoying the podcast so far? If you’d like to support the show the #1 thing you can do is to subscribe in Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app. I want to improve the show, so please leave a rating. Tell me what you like and how I could improve. Have a question? I’m available by email at pt@ptmoney.com or on Twitter @ptmoney

  • 029: Boosting Financial Confidence Using Every Single Dollar with Jessica Garbarino

    029: Boosting Financial Confidence Using Every Single Dollar with Jessica Garbarino

    05/07/2017 Duración: 32min

    Jessica Garbarino is the founder of Every Single Dollar, a company focused on helping single women navigate the world of personal finance. After paying off $56,000 of debt, she decided she wanted to help other single women learn how to manage their money and instill financial confidence. Jessica now lives the debt free life in sunny South Florida. In this episode I speak with Jessica about her struggles, goals, and financial future. She’s a great interview. Very positive and encouraging. You’ll enjoy it. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/jessica

  • 028: How American Families Are Mastering Their Money in a World of Uncertainty with Rachel Schneider

    028: How American Families Are Mastering Their Money in a World of Uncertainty with Rachel Schneider

    27/06/2017 Duración: 32min

    Today’s show is very different than what we’re used to. We’re taking a macro look at your average American and trying to understand how they can become (and what’s maybe preventing them from becoming) Masters of Money. My guest today is Rachel Schneider is co-author of The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty. She’s also the Senior Vice President at the Center for Financial Services Innovation. CFSI is the authority on consumer financial health, leading a network of committed financial services innovators to build better consumer products and practices. Their mission is to improve the financial health of Americans, especially the underserved, by shaping a robust and innovative financial services marketplace with increased access to higher quality products and practices. June 27th is #FinHealthMatters day - a day where the FinCon community and CFSI join forces to bring awareness to America’s financial health. All across the financial blogosphere and podcast space today folks

  • 027: Retiring in Your 30s with Michael of Financially Alert

    027: Retiring in Your 30s with Michael of Financially Alert

    21/06/2017 Duración: 57min

    Michael retired early in his mid-thirties after successfully starting and running an I.T. services company. He is currently a stay-at-home Dad, blogger, & investor. His mission to help others find financial freedom so they can pursue their passion freely. He blogs at www.financiallyalert.com. I’ve met Michael in person, at FinCon, but the main reason I wanted to have him on the show is because of he publicly shares his net worth...now over $1.8 million. In this episode he’ll share his financial ups and down, his advice for retiring early, and his goals for the future. It’s gonna be a good one. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/michael

  • 026: Save Money on Groceries with Erin Chase of $5 Dinners

    026: Save Money on Groceries with Erin Chase of $5 Dinners

    12/06/2017 Duración: 38min

    Erin Chase is on a mission to help you spend less money on groceries and has developed the teaching resources and practical tools to help you cut your grocery spending. You can find more about these amazing resources at 5dollardinners.com. In this episode, Erin shares her financial struggles, how she found early success with her money, her amazing tips for saving money shopping for groceries, and the big goals she has for her financial future. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/erin

  • 025: Earning, Saving, and Investing Your Way to Financial Independence with Mr ESI of ESI Money

    025: Earning, Saving, and Investing Your Way to Financial Independence with Mr ESI of ESI Money

    07/06/2017 Duración: 01h20min

    John writes as "Mr. ESI" on ESI Money, a blog about achieving financial independence through earning, saving, and investing (ESI). He's an early 50’s retiree who achieved financial independence, shares what’s worked for him, and details how others can implement those successes in their lives. I’m excited to share Mr ESI’s story with you because it’s a little different from what you’re used to hearing. A lot of my guests end up being entrepreneurs and achieving wealth that way. He actually achieved his financial independence primarily through a traditional career track. Let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/mresi

  • 024: Keeping the Personal in Personal Finance with Jen Hemphill

    024: Keeping the Personal in Personal Finance with Jen Hemphill

    31/05/2017 Duración: 37min

    Jen Hemphill helps busy ambitious women transform their finances from being overwhelming to bringing joy, simplicity, and confidence. She is a Motivational Money Coach, an AFC® (Accredited Financial Counselor) and host of the Her Money Matters Podcast. In this episode Jen shares her financial struggles, the goals she’s achieved, and the goals she has for her military family’s financial future. Specifically, she talks about personalizing her finances for her family, the difficulty of saying no as an adult when you grow up surrounded by a scarcity mindset, she reveals her multi-account bank setup for budgeting and saving, and discusses her goals for her dream home. You’ll love it. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/jen

  • 023: Setting Specific Actionable Financial Goals with Deacon Hayes of Well Kept Wallet

    023: Setting Specific Actionable Financial Goals with Deacon Hayes of Well Kept Wallet

    24/05/2017 Duración: 35min

    Deacon Hayes is a Personal Finance Expert who is best known for paying off $52,000 in debt in 18 months. He has been featured in the US News & World Report, MSN Money, Yahoo Finance and more. Deacon is a friend, fantastic blogger at WellKeptWallet.com, and podcaster and also the global head of FinCon Local which is a loosely organized collection of local FinCon chapters. In this episode, Deacon shares his financial failures and recent successes, how he sets goals, and even how he plans to be a millionaire in 15 years. It’s a great episode. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. Enjoying the podcast so far? If you’d like to support the show the #1 thing you can do is to subscribe in iTunes or your favorite podcast app, like Podcast Addict for Android. I want to improve the show, so please leave a rating. Tell me what you like and how I could improve. Have a question? I’m available by email at pt@ptmoney.com or on Twitter. Masters of Money is part of the FinCon Podcast Network and was p

  • 022: End Your Financial Stress Now with Emily Guy Birken

    022: End Your Financial Stress Now with Emily Guy Birken

    17/05/2017 Duración: 45min

    Emily Guy Birken is a former English teacher and respected personal finance writer. She has written four books: The Five Years Before You Retire, Choose Your Retirement, Making Social Security Work for You, and her newest, End Financial Stress Now. She lives in Milwaukee, Wisconsin with her engineer husband and two high-energy little boys. Emily is actually a friend and long time writer/editor at my site, PT Money. If there is a second voice on the site, it’s Emily. I’ve always enjoyed her writing and it’s a privilege to have her write for the site. In this episode, Emily shares the secret to her financial success, some of her first big financial goals and struggles, her goals for the future, and she even shares some tips for getting started as a freelancer like her. Finally, she shares some great insights from her new book, what’s causing stress in our financial lives and what we can do to lessen that stress. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. Show notes and links to everything we talk

  • 021: Start a Side Hustle with Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

    021: Start a Side Hustle with Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation

    10/05/2017 Duración: 46min

    Nick Loper is an author, entrepreneur, and a lifelong student in the game of business. His latest role is as Chief Side Hustler at SideHustleNation.com, a growing community and resource for aspiring and part-time entrepreneurs. 

Nick’s been making his living online since before it was cool. Along the way he's picked up a thing or two about small business, marketing, and outsourcing -- and is happy to share the experience with fellow entrepreneurs and those working hard to make their side hustle dreams a reality. Nick does this through his blog, top rated podcast, books, and courses.
 In this episode Nick shares what finally gave him his “why” behind living well within his means, what he did when his homes value fell below what he’d paid for it and how his credit score was affected, his three tiers of financial independence, how to get involved in the gig economy and start your side hustle today. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked ab

  • 020: Get Your Financial Life Together with Broke Millennial Erin Lowry

    020: Get Your Financial Life Together with Broke Millennial Erin Lowry

    02/05/2017 Duración: 37min

    Erin Lowry is a millennial personal finance expert, author, and speaker. Erin founded the personal finance blog Broke Millennial. Her first book, Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together, hits shelves May 2nd, 2017. I’ve checked out the book and it’s fantastic - funny, nerdy, detailed, and smart. At first glance it reminds me of one of my favorite personal finance books, I Will Teach You to Be Rich by Ramit Sethi.

 Erin talks about how she filters out the noise of consumerism, how growing up in Japan affected her money management, the impressive financial goal she set (and made) by the time she graduated, how she lives well and saves well on a small salary in NYC, her big goal for the future that might make her Dad upset, and much more. You’ll love it. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money… Resources and extensive show notes can be found at http://ptmoney.com/broke  

  • 019: Taking Calculated Financial Risks with Financial Rock Star Scott Alan Turner

    019: Taking Calculated Financial Risks with Financial Rock Star Scott Alan Turner

    26/04/2017 Duración: 29min

    Scott Alan Turner is the host of the Scott Alan Turner Show, also known as the Financial Rock Star. He is a self-proclaimed money moron turned early retiree who now spends his time teaching money management to help you get out of debt, save more money, and retire early. In this episode, Scott shares how to tell what type of financial advisor you should use, the one thing his boss told him to do that was totally wrong for his finances, what he thinks you should do with your Social Security income estimates, and much more. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/scott    

  • 018: Automate Your Savings with the TODAY Show’s Jean Chatzky

    018: Automate Your Savings with the TODAY Show’s Jean Chatzky

    19/04/2017 Duración: 29min

    Jean Chatzky is an award-winning financial journalist, author, motivational speaker, and host of the Her Money podcast. She is the TODAY Show’s financial expert, and has appeared on Oprah, Live with Regis and Kelly, and The View, among others. She blogs at jeanchatzky.com. I’ve had the honor of having Jean keynote FinCon, podcast live from the stage there, and she’s always so gracious with her time. In this episode, Jean shares the different savings and retirement accounts that she automates, the mistakes she dealt with coming out of college, why she felt inauthentic early in her career, the deal she cut with her kids to pay for college after her divorce, and much more. There’s a bonus at the end of this episode. Jean has a new book out, Age Proof. And I ask her some questions related to health & wealth that are specifically tailored to you, the Masters of Money audience. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/jean    

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