Category Archives: Money Psychology

Ep. 207: Change

This week on the Million Dollar Plan, we’re talking about change. Making a change, and following through with it can be hard. Making a financial change, and following through with it can be hard. Making any alteration in your day-to-day…

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Ep. 205: Thinking Man’s Edition

This week on the Million Dollar Plan, we’re embracing the Thanksgiving spirit. We might be a week early but at PTP Headquarters, Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays. When planning this show, we were prompted with the concept of, “on…

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Ep. 202: Chris

This week, we met Chris. Chris’s main concerns, in his own words: “My in-laws have struggled through financial issues for most of their lives. Now that problem is hitting home for my family. They are moving in with our family…

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Conversations about money and college will be some of the most difficult, and important conversations a parent and their child have.

Originally seen in USA Today and The Indianapolis Star Just as millions of first-year college students matriculate for the first time, millions of parents stand ready to transition into a new stage of parental support and guidance. While teaching please…

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Ep. 198: Dr. Stella

This week, we meet Stella. Stella’s main concerns, in her own words: “I got a late start financially because I got a PhD, but I’ve educated myself a lot and am passionate about being in control of my finances. I’d…

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Ep. 197 Budgeting Basics

This week, we’re talking budgeting. Through the different online sites, apps and e-resources, setting a monthly budget can get lost in all the noise. We live in a world of convenience, but when it comes to budgeting–convenience is one of…

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Ep. 196: Mike, semi-retired and fully funded

Meet Mike. Mike’s main concerns, in his own words: “My wife and I are early retired, slightly, for a couple of years now. She was a stay at home mom and has been retired for decades. I now make six…

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Ep. 194: Wayne is ready to retire and recharge

Meet, Wayne. Wayne’s main concerns, in his own words: “My government job is stressful, I feel burned-out, and I need a change. When I turn 57 in 4 months, I’m eligible to retire from a with a monthly pension of…

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