Category Archives: Money Psychology

Ep. 296: What you need to know about banking

  Do you ever wonder how banks really make their money and why they have stopped encouraging saving money? This week we welcome Chad Meadows (ChadForce) to the show and he gives us the inside scoop on what you should know…

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Ep. 293: David

This week on The Pete the Planner Show, we meet David. Currently residing on the west coast, David and his wife recently took a pay cut for her to stay home with their kids. In light of the pay cut,…

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Ep. 292: Health insurance wrap-ups

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show, we’re back answering more of your money questions! It’s been a minute since we’ve dove into your questions, but do not fret, we’re back. In one of our final episodes for 2018, we explore…

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Ep. 291: Raven

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show, we meet Raven. Raven has all the right things going, in all the right places. She’s been actively paying down her student loans and is ready to get serious about her housing…

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Ep. 290: 2018 Wrap-up

On this episode of The Pete the Planner®, we’re wrapping up 2018. We may be a little early… but oh well. Pete and I dig into the financial goals for 2018 we each set for 2018, and evaluate our success….

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Ep. 289: Vanessa

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show, we meet Vanessa. Since they began working in their 20s, Vanessa and her husband have been saving to fund their retirement. Fast-forward twenty years, and she’s not sure they’ve been saving enough. In addition,…

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Ep. 288: Minimalism with Joshua Becker

This week on The Pete the Planner Show, we are NOT answering your money questions! Instead, we are joined by Joshua Becker to discuss a topic Pete is obsessed with: minimalism. As we head into the holiday season, we all prepare to acquire more… stuff. However,…

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Ep. 287: Dawn

This week on The Pete the Planner® Show, we meet Dawn. Recently remarried with a new blended family, Dawn and her husband feel all over the place financially. Together they have seven kids, all still living at home. And up until last…

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