Category Archives: Homeownership

Ep. 227: The Return of Ann

Re-meet, Ann. Ann’s main concerns, in her own words: “Greetings from your episode #9 guest! We’ve run into a unique “problem”…. Our household income has more than doubled but with minimal lifestyle inflation, leading to a surplus of $104,000 a…

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Ep. 220 Mark

Meet Mark. Mark’s main concerns, in his own words: “I have not been working since 2016, following a divorce and am still on the job search. Only debt really is home and car (bought a low-mileage 3 year old Lexus…

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Ep. 216: Derek

This week, we met Derek. Derek’s main concerns, in his own words: “I’m 38 years old and have been divorced for 3 years now. I currently have no consumer debt, and a mortgage with about 150,000 left on it. I feel…

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Ep. 215: Hank

This week, we met Hank. Hank’s main concerns, in his own words: “After college I spent about a decade pursuing my passion of coaching triathletes rather than go into the corporate world. I took a job managing a bike shop…

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Ep. 209: Harry

Meet Harry. Harry’s main concerns, in his own words: “My wife was a HS teacher for 14 years and stopped working for a few years as she was primary caregiver to her grandfather. She has re-entered the workforce as a…

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Ep. 204: Kira

This week, we met Kira. Kira’s main concerns, in her own words: “My situation is a little unusual. My plan is to sell our house in the next year and move to Nashville, where my daughter lives. We plan to…

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Ep. 191: Wendy is funding a Midwest present, preparing for a West Coast future.

Meet Wendy. Wendy’s main concerns, in her own words:  If we were to stay in the Midwest in our current jobs, I wouldn’t be worried about our financial future at all. However, my husband, who is active duty military, is…

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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. 183: Red, a state worker & wanna be salesman.

Meet Red. Red’s main concerns, in his own words: My wife and I are in our mid 30’s. We have one child who is 8 y.o, of which we recently found out has Type 1 Diabetes. I work for the…

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Ep. 182: Signs of a Chaotic Financial Life

This week, we’re talking about the chaos that can ensue in your financial life. Chaos—while fun to spell and fun to say is not so fun when it comes to your financial life. If you’re waiting on your next paycheck…

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