The problem with our country’s financial illiteracy isn’t due to a lack of resources – just look at the long list of financial bloggers who attended the recent Financial Blogger Conference in Charlotte. The problem is we don’t seek the education ourselves until the problem has become big enough that we HAVE to learn.
I began blogging in 2007 at the same time I began coaching individuals on their budget and financial goals. I’ve learned a LOT – and I expect you would too.
And since you are reading this, you fall into one of two categories:
A) You want to learn how money really works
B) You HAVE to learn how money really works
Either way, I’ve got you covered:
I coach couples via phone or Skype to improve their spending, saving, and giving. You’ve already come here to learn so take the next step: Take 2 minutes to fill out a Financial Overview and then schedule an appointment to work with me.
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Are you ready for the 200th episode of the MoneyPlan SOS podcast? Here we go…
Live from FinCon15, I interview nine financial bloggers.
They answer the question, “Have you learned anything about money since blogging about money?”
Guests featured in this episode
Eric Rosenberg @ericprofits
Emily Guy Birken @EmilyGuyBirken
Katie Austin @Activehours
Todd Tressider @Financialmentor
Stefanie O’Connell @brokeandbeau
Athena Lent @accordingathena
Miranda Marquit @mmarquit
JD Roth @JDRoth
Eva Baker @TeensGotCents
Melissa E was my lucky winner of Matt Ham’s “Redefine Rich” book!
The MoneyPlan SOS podcast is now retired
This was the final episode of the MoneyPlan SOS podcast.
But stay subscribed, I will make an announcement when the new show is launched. I think you are going to LOVE it.
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