Category Archives: Money Psychology

When you do everything you are supposed to be doing, but you still can’t find inner peace, there’s more to the story.

Originally seen in USA Today and The Indianapolis Star  I received an email last week that’s stuck with me since I first read it. A successful business owner is struggling to find financial solace, despite his self-admitted stability. His family, friends and business partner can’t…

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Ep. 190: Rosé, radio, and health care with Paul Ashley

This week, I welcome back my friend Paul Ashley from First Person Advisors. Paul has been featured on my show two times prior to this week’s episode, and you can find both by clicking here and here. *clicky, clicky* There…

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Ep. 187 Freezing your credit: the what & how to’s.

In a special early week edition we’re focusing on how our data is handled, specifically with the credit data bureaus. In early September of 2017, one of the big three credit bureaus (Equifax) had a data breach causing potential reproductions…

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Ep. 186: Autumn, a mom working to keep her family financially on track.

Meet Autumn. Autumn’s main concerns, in her own words: We have roughly $1500-1700/mo in extra income and we would like to know how we should allocate this money. We have ideas of contributing more to my HSA, start ROTH’s, contribute…

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Ep. 185: Sharing finances with your special someone

This week: we’re talking about banking. *Specifically* with that special someone of yours. Your “lovey-dovey”, if  you will. This is an episode that has been a long time coming. And after seeing a friend of mine this past week while…

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