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

  • 017: Making Money Fun with Bob Lotich of Seedtime.com

    017: Making Money Fun with Bob Lotich of Seedtime.com

    12/04/2017 Duración: 33min

    Bob Lotich has been a full-time blogger for 10 years. His blog (originally called Christian Personal Finance) is now Seedtime.com and has been featured in Men's Health Magazine, Real Simple Magazine, Yahoo Finance, Forbes, and many others. You’ll learn how Bob and his wife keep finances fun, how he transitioned from “broke down” guy in his 20s to the money master that he is today, what Bob means when he says “it feels like I’m breaking all the rules” with my money, and Bob’s goals for the future now that he’s got this money thing figured out. Bob’s got a great story to tell and I’m sure you’ll leave with a few helpful nuggets to help you on your own journey. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money… For show notes and more, visit http://ptmoney.com/bob  

  • 016: Learn to Question Everything About Your Money and Lifestyle with Millennial Money Expert Stefanie O’Connell

    016: Learn to Question Everything About Your Money and Lifestyle with Millennial Money Expert Stefanie O’Connell

    05/04/2017 Duración: 35min

    Stefanie O’Connell is a millennial money expert, speaker, and author of the book, “The Broke and Beautiful Life.” Her work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, SUCCESS, The Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, and ABC World News. In this episode, you’ll learn the importance of questioning everything about your money, the things Stefanie did to make it in NYC on a low salary, how she has kept debt out of her life, how she invests, grows her business, and more. It’s a very inspiring episode. Links to everything we talked about, can be found at http://ptmoney.com/stefanie  

  • 015: How to Organize Your Financial Life with Millennial Money Expert Robert Farrington

    015: How to Organize Your Financial Life with Millennial Money Expert Robert Farrington

    29/03/2017 Duración: 46min

    Robert Farrington is a Millennial Money Expert and Founder of TheCollegeInvestor.com. He is on a mission to help millennials get out of student loan debt and start building wealth for their future. Robert is the quintessential master of his money. At such a young age in his early 30s he’s showing us all how it’s done. Really impressive.

 In this episode, you’ll hear Robert share how he’s managed paying off debt and making huge strides with his investing, the exact tools he uses to stay on top of his money and manage his investments, his savings goals, and his interesting strategy for buying his next car. I left the interview with a list of to dos for my own financial life. Get ready to be challenged. Links to everything mentioned in today's show - AND MORE - can be found at http://ptmoney.com/robert  

  • 014: Mastering Money to Gain Control Over Your Life with Rob Berger of DoughRoller.net

    014: Mastering Money to Gain Control Over Your Life with Rob Berger of DoughRoller.net

    22/03/2017 Duración: 44min

    Rob Berger is the founder of Dough Roller, a personal finance website and one of my favorite podcasts under the same name. Rob is a lawyer, excellent chess player, and recent empty-nester. He’s always tackling the next big financial topic.

In this episode, you’ll hear Rob share what he does that’s led to financial success, his process for paying off a lot of debt, financial goals, how he invests, and much more. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money… http://ptmoney.com/rob  

  • 013: Living Like a College Student with The Ultimate Millennial Money Nerd Whitney Hansen

    013: Living Like a College Student with The Ultimate Millennial Money Nerd Whitney Hansen

    16/03/2017 Duración: 42min

    Whitney Hansen is teaches millennials how to pay off debt and gain financial independence. She enjoys taking spontaneous road trips, reading in coffee shops, or mentoring other entrepreneurs. In this episode, Whitney shares how she’s been able to make such huge financial progress at such an early age. She also shares her impressive debt payoff story, buying a home before she turned 20, and paying for grad school for less than the price of a new TV. For more, visit http://ptmoney.com/whitney  

  • 012: Earning More Money by Committing to the Work, with Patrice Washington

    012: Earning More Money by Committing to the Work, with Patrice Washington

    08/03/2017 Duración: 46min

    Patrice C. Washington has been making the act of learning about money fun since 2003. She is most commonly known for Real Money Answers, the name of her website, book and her appearance on the Steve Harvey Morning Radio Show. You'll hear how got her start as an entrepreneur, how much she made in her 20's before losing it all and going on food stamps, and then how she got the gig on the Steve Harvey show. For more, visit http://ptmoney.com/patrice  

  • 011: How to Budget When You Live Paycheck to Paycheck with Chris Peach

    011: How to Budget When You Live Paycheck to Paycheck with Chris Peach

    01/03/2017 Duración: 50min

    Chris Peach created Money Peach—a site where you can find financial help, coaching and digital resources—in an effort to show people how to manage money in all areas of life, and most importantly, how to make money fun again! Chris is passionate about managing his money and you really hear that passion come through in the interview. You’ll leave inspired and encouraged to take control of your finances. In this episode Chris talks about what he does instead of budgeting, he shares a couple of secrets that allowed him to pay off a big chunk of debt in just a few months. You’ll also find out the one financial product Chris doesn’t use and how he and his wife plan to pay off his mortgage early. Stick around after the interview for my biggest takeaways. For all the resources mentioned in this episode, or to compare up to 17 free budgeting programs, visit http://ptmoney.com/chris  

  • 010: Why Rejecting the “Normal Life is Worth It with DailyWorth Founder Amanda Steinberg

    010: Why Rejecting the “Normal" Life is Worth It with DailyWorth Founder Amanda Steinberg

    22/02/2017 Duración: 33min

    Amanda Steinberg launched DailyWorth in 2009 to bring a fresh voice and an outsider’s perspective to personal finance. Oprah selected her to the exclusive SuperSoul 100, and Forbes named her one of twenty-one New Money Masters. Learn more about her at www.amandasteinberg.net. Amanda just released a new book, called Worth It: Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms. And as you’ll hear on the show, she also helped create a robo-advisor for women, called WorthFM. I’m a big fan of Amanda’s work and have invited her to speak at FinCon many times. Stick around after the interview to hear my three biggest takeaways.

  • 009: Why You Need 14 Different Bank Accounts, with Talaat and Tai McNeely of His and Her Money

    009: Why You Need 14 Different Bank Accounts, with Talaat and Tai McNeely of His and Her Money

    15/02/2017 Duración: 51min

    Talaat and Tai McNeely not only married each other but married their bank accounts. Today they have 14 different accounts used to manage various financial goals. Talaat and Tai McNeely are “America's #1 Money Couple”. The are Financial Educators on a mission to get couples on the same page financially, and to experience the joys of financial freedom. They co-authored “Money Talks: The Ultimate Couple's Guide To Communicating About Money” and host the top rated podcast, "The His and Her Money Show". Their website, HisandHerMoney.com has been featured in numerous publications such as FoxNews.com, MSN.com, and Business Insider.   For more extensive details, visit http://ptmoney.com/hisandhermoney  

  • 008: Taking Risks and Making Extra Money with Kyle Taylor, The Penny Hoarder

    008: Taking Risks and Making Extra Money with Kyle Taylor, The Penny Hoarder

    08/02/2017 Duración: 36min

    Kyle Taylor is the CEO and founder of The Penny Hoarder, one of the largest personal finance websites with over 14 million readers a month. Listen on to find out about Kyle’s long list of things he’s done to make extra money, how he saved his first $1,000, paid off $50,000 in student loan debt, and what he’s doing with his money and lifestyle now that his business makes over seven figures. Stick around after the interview for my biggest takeaways. To dig in deeper, visit the intensive show notes at http://ptmoney.com/kyle  

  • 007: How to Afford Anything by Hacking Your Housing Costs with Paula Pant

    007: How to Afford Anything by Hacking Your Housing Costs with Paula Pant

    01/02/2017 Duración: 51min

    Paula Pant quit her 9-to-5 job, built financial independence, launched an online business and owns 7 rental property units. She's the host of the Afford Anything podcast and the blogger at Afford Anything one of my favorite websites. Listen on to find out about Paula’s house hacking strategies, her decision to take a two year trip traveling the World, her secrets to better freelance writing clients, her advanced saving strategy for her HSA, and much more. Stick around after the interview for my biggest takeaways. For more about Paula, or read about my 3 big take-aways, visit http://ptmoney.com/paula  

  • 006: Achieving Financial Independence [and Happiness] in Your 30s with Brandon, the Mad Fientist

    006: Achieving Financial Independence [and Happiness] in Your 30s with Brandon, the Mad Fientist

    25/01/2017 Duración: 48min

    The Mad Fientist (aka Brandon) achieved his personal financial independence number at the age of 32. Brandon has shared his journey towards financial independence on his site MadFientist.com, and now continues to share his post-FI journey on the site and popular podcast under the same name. Listen on to find out how much Brandon saved up to reach financial independence and what actually happened when he reached it. Stick around after the interview for my biggest takeaways. F ind a full transcript, quotes for Twitter, and all the resources mentioned at http://ptmoney.com/brandon

  • 005: How to Track Your Expenses with Zina Kumok

    005: How to Track Your Expenses with Zina Kumok

    18/01/2017 Duración: 35min

    Zina Kumok is a freelance writer specializing in personal finance (one of the best...she’s done some writing for me). She also writes at DebtFreeAfterThree.com about how she paid off $28k worth of student loans in three years as a journalist. Zina has seemingly made all the right financial moves in a short period of time. I find myself saying “I wish I’d done that when I was your age” a lot in this interview. Listen on to find out what all she did and how she accomplished it. Stick around after the interview for my biggest takeaways. Find the extensive list of show notes, as well as resources mentioned in the show, at http://ptmoney.com/zina

  • 004: Spending According to Your Values, with Lauren Greutman

    004: Spending According to Your Values, with Lauren Greutman

    11/01/2017 Duración: 49min

    Lauren Greutman regularly appears on the TODAY show and authored the #1 Best Selling book “The Recovering Spender”. She’s a spender. I’m a spender too and so this episode was a good reminder that I need to stay vigilant in my spending habits. My 3 Favorite Takeaways: 1. You don’t need credit cards to earn rewards 2. As your income goes up, keep your spending the same 3. Use your past “mess” as a message for others!   Thanks for listening to this episode. Have a question? I’m available by email at pt@ptmoney.com or on Twitter @ptmoney. If you like what you hear, please subscribe to the show on iTunes. I want to improve the show, so please leave a rating. For a more detailed list of resources mentioned in this episode, visit http://ptmoney.com/lauren

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

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

    04/01/2017 Duración: 46min

    Joe Saul-Sehy spent 16 years as a Financial Planner and became known as the “Money Man” at Detroit television WXYZ-TV. Today Joe is host of Stacking Benjamins, a podcast Kiplinger named “Best of 2016”. Joe is one of the best storytellers I know, and I know you’ll enjoy hearing some of them today. A few of my major takeaways from today’s episode: Be careful who you use for financial planning. You can’t shrink your way to greatness. Your career is not your boss’ For a full transcript and resources, visit https://ptmoney.com/masters-money

  • 002: How to Do the Little Things Well, with Tiffany The Budgetnista Aliche

    002: How to Do the Little Things Well, with Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche

    09/12/2016 Duración: 51min

    Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche found herself out of a teaching job, but mastered her money well enough to find ways to teach outside the traditional education system. Today, she shares the stories of creating a "money team", how automation is key, and how her dad caught her buying McDonalds when she should have been using the credit card for education expenses only. Find resources from this episode at http://ptmoney.com/tiffany Have a question? I’m available by email at pt@ptmoney.com or on Twitter http://twitter.com/ptmoney

  • 001: Just Be Helpful and the Money Will Follow with Joshua Becker

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

    09/12/2016 Duración: 52min

    Joshua Becker, Founder of Becoming Minimalist, inspires millions around the world to own fewer possessions and find greater fulfillment in life. Around my household the minimalism concept has taken hold. Mrs PT is fired up about helping us become more minimalist and so we’ve read Joshua’s books, listened to him on other podcasts, and now we’re taking part in Joshua’s latest online course. But we don’t focus on cleaning out closets. Instead, we talk about how the minimalism approach affects how Joshua handles his money and maybe more importantly, thinks about money. I think you’ll find Joshua story both useful and inspiring For more about Joshua or this episode, visit http://ptmoney.com/joshua

  • 000: Introduction to Masters of Money Podcast

    000: Introduction to Masters of Money Podcast

    09/12/2016 Duración: 09min

    My name is Philip Taylor, but you can call me PT. The goal of this show is to help you improve your financial life by bringing deep, revealing conversations around the taboo topic of money from my money nerd friends who aren’t afraid to share. Be sure to subscribe so you never miss another episode full of money nerds exposing their financial faux pas while becoming Masters of Money. Visit https://ptmoney.com/mastersofmoney to learn more

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