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Each week Doug Hoyes talks to industry experts about debt, money, and personal finance. Don't be confused; listen as the guest experts cut through the jargon and share practical advice.
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Black, Married & Debt Free Podcast

Black, Married & Debt Free

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Welcome to The Black, Married and Debt Free Podcast with Shyra and Marques. The #1 Marriage and Finance Podcast! We share our wealth building journey and interview some of the most successful people about Investing | Real Estate | Early Retirement and more. We talk a little Pop Culture also 😉.
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On the Debt Free Mom Podcast, we answer the everyday questions that keep you from experiencing progress and contentment in your home finances. Host Carly Hill (aka Debt Free Mom) sits down with a guest and dives into a specific roadblock in their money management. Each episode uncovers the reality of where your money is going, builds a realistic plan for reaching your goals, and establishes the healthy money mindsets needed to make that plan stick. Want to join Carly as a guest on the show t ...
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Debt-Free Millionaire

Zack, with the Debt Free Millionaire Brand

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With two books about to be published and a new video game for youth, and adults, this podcast should take off quickly. We will be bringing on CPAs and real estate investors to talk through the process of becoming a Debt-Free Millionaire, or to go the other way and be okay with debt and become a millionaire. We let you make the ultimate decision but we will give you what you need to get there. Talk to you soon. Thanks to Xogos Gaming for sponsoring this podcast and for creating our game. We a ...
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Money and personal finance are one of the leading causes of stress among adults, but it doesn't have to be that way. By mastering the basics, you can completely change your entire life. On the show, Brad shares tips, tricks, and life lessons that have helped him, and thousands of others save and pay off millions of dollars. If you're looking for financial freedom, you've come to the right place.The show will also cover topics like singles and money, marriage and money, kids and money, small ...
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Debt-Free Latina

Mayra Alejandra Garcia

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Join financial coach Mayra Alejandra Garcia as she teaches how to grow your net worth and become a Debt-Free Latina! The purpose of this show is to inspire and motivate you to pursue your financial goals and be wise with your money.
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This is the Debt Free Physical Therapy Podcast, where I discuss career options, repayment strategies, and entrepreneurship to conquer your student loan debt and become an amazing clinician while living financially free!
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Join me and my personal journey towards paying off all of my debt and mortgage in the next 7 years and 8 months (starting May 2019). Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/debtfreedestiny/support
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My name is Rob, and my goal is to guide Canadians in a proven process to pay off debt, be intentional with their money, and live with outrageous generosity. Are you ready to tell your money where to go, rather than wonder where it all went? YOU CAN DO IT and it's TOTALLY worth it.
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Debt-free Thirty

Debt-free Thirty

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I have over half a million of credit card debt. My house is still in mortgage. I am in a sink hole. This podcast is about my quest to be debt-free. Join me as I share my journey to become debt-free. No scratch that I want to more than conquer debt. I want to be financially free.
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Welcome to Money Matters - INvesting to Live Debt Free, the podcast dedicated to helping you develop smart financial habits and create a life of financial freedom. You will be provided insights and guidance on how to maximize your wealth and minimize debt, so you can enhance your lifestyle and make your money work for you. Tune in to learn how to leverage what you have to buy your first home, refinance your current mortgage and build a wealth portfolio so you can meet your financial goals in ...
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Debt Free Life

Richard Sklar

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David Sklar & Associates Inc. is a supportive and caring firm of Licensed Insolvency Trustees, that help people erase their debts through a wide range of services. The team consists of knowledgeable, experienced, caring individuals who all have the same goal, to help you take control of your financial problems and move on to a better life. This podcast will cover topics such as Consumer Proposals, Credit Counselling, Division 1 Proposal, Personal Bankruptcy, Debt Consolidation, Student Loans ...
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Ready to ditch debt, retire sooner & live life on your own terms? Only 54% of Gen Xers feel prepared for retirement and 22% believe they will live a comfortable lifestyle – so if you’re feeling like your finances are a hot mess, you’re not alone! I’m Dalene Higgins, founder of Elevate Finances & Money Coach for GenXers. It’s time to stop avoiding your finances and start having CONFIDENT conversations about money. Join me every week to talk about personal budgeting, debt payoff, saving for re ...
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Are you a full-time working mom who has been blindsided by your child’s disability diagnosis? Do you struggle to afford medical bills, special equipment, therapies, and caregivers- while you continue to further drown in debt? Do you wish that you had step-by-step financial guidance so you could attain the financial stability you desire and spend your precious energy focusing on your special needs child? You are in the right place. My mission is to equip special needs moms just like you to cr ...
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Doug is joined by special guest Canadian economist and author, Jeff Rubin. Jeff discusses his latest book A Map of the New Normal: How Inflation, War, and Sanctions Will Change Your World Forever. They discuss inflation, sanctions and their impact on Canadian wages and employment. The conversation also touches on the Bank of Canada, bond yields, mo…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of The Debt Free Dad Podcast, Ryan Nelson shares his personal journey of freeing himself and his family from $160,000 in debt over eight years while raising three kids. He discusses the life-changing benefits of becoming debt-free, including increased freedom and flexibility, peace of mind and security, bette…
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Shadowing - If there are only a few interviewees and the manager doesn’t have a lot of time to interview you, or has already interviewed you and wants to see you in action, they will ask if you would like to shadow them, to see how they work. Always accept the invitation. This is not as much for your benefit, but to see how you interact with other …
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Today I'm excited to share my conversation with you from my new friends Stacie & Meghan from Didn't I Just Feed You. Didn’t I Just Feed You is a weekly podcast hosted by long-time food professionals, Stacie Billis and Meghan Splawn, all about feeding our families — even for parents who hate to cook. (Because, man, kids need to eat a lot, and all th…
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Show Notes:In today's episode, I establish 4 principles of effective money strategy about saving and paying off debt. The first and main principle is establishing your why or your driver. I am glad to hear from you by connecting with me at the links below:Learn – www.dianagalas.com Discover - schedule a Free Call right here https://calendly.com/dia…
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Our next guest is a board-certified anesthesiologist working both in academic/private hospitals in Los Angeles. She is an entrepreneur, an author and a mother of two, and a wife. Where does she find the time? In an attempt to raise money for her start-up, she accepted the challenge and opportunity to compete as a castaway on the hit reality TV show…
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Interview Process: When you find the job you like and turn in your resume, the next step to the process is waiting to be called for an interview. They may ask you questions or ask you to submit writing samples before you are called in, but at some point, you will be called in to talk to the company owner or manager or conference call, as they vet t…
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Feeling behind on retirement savings and worried you will never be able to retire? This episode is for you. In this episode, I cover the following topics: How to define your retirement gap Five strategies to help close the gap and find success Importance of budgeting to achieve retirement Money fears that may be holding you back Let’s Connect! Are …
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Send us a Text Message. This episode of The Debt Free Dad Podcast features multiple hosts discussing the balance between living a 'You Only Live Once' (YOLO) lifestyle and being financially responsible. Brad Nelson, the founder of Debt Free Dad, along with Amber, Chris Hawkins, and Ryan, share their personal experiences of paying off significant am…
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Simplified Explanation: Statistics have shown that Millennials and those younger will change their jobs four times in the first decade of working; only 29% of them feel engaged at their workplace; and 50% are dissatisfied with their work (Gallup polls, 2021). Adults are prone to searching out new jobs if they don’t like their work or side gigs if t…
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In this episode, Doug and Ted discuss the subtle ways debt accumulates over time, highlighting the unnoticed expenses that may lead you into debt. Have you ever calculated how much you spend monthly on subscriptions? Consider services like Amazon, Netflix, Disney, meal kits such as HelloFresh or Factor, pet and beauty subscriptions, car subscriptio…
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Read this Article to Get More Information: Rents are rising faster than wages across the country, especially in these cities Wages for the typical U.S. worker have surged since the pandemic, but for many Americans those gains are being gobbled up by rising rent. Rents jumped 30.4% nationwide between 2019 and 2023, while wages during that same perio…
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When you think about money, your spending habits, and your instincts do you analyze the mental and emotional side to finance? Most people do not realize that there is a correlation between spending and human emotion. Emotions play a powerful role in shaping our financial behavior, often making us our own worst enemies as we try to save, access valu…
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Simplified Explanation: Having children costs money. You have to feed them, cloth them, shelter them, and do most things for them, until they grow up, and become adults. These increase your expenses, and reduce the time you can/should work outside the home. Real Life: Children are the greatest blessing in your life - better than anything (other tha…
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode of the Debt Free Dad podcast, host Chris Hawkins shares his personal journey of paying off nearly $100,000 in debt with his wife between February 2006 and September 2008, advocating for the pursuit of happiness through challenging oneself and embracing hard work over spending money. Drawing inspiration from M…
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Simplified Explanation: Having children costs money. You have to feed them, cloth them, shelter them, and do most things for them, until they grow up, and become adults. These increase your expenses, and reduce the time you can/should work outside the home. Real Life: Children are the greatest blessing in your life - better than anything (other tha…
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Simplified Explanation: As explained before, taxes are money that is collected, by the government, from its citizens and their businesses, to pay for their operations. These are mandated payments - based on your income, property, or what you purchased - of which funds go to the operation of federal, state, county, and city government bodies. The mo…
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Simplified Explanation: Like buying a personal home, you will find opportunities to buy houses at a low price Real Life: Investments are a must learn for most people but the truth is most Americans should diversify their money into many different funds (such as mutual funds) and sit on it for 10+ years. Most advisors will tell you they can get you …
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Show Notes: Want to do all these things and stay sane? Learn a step-by-step guide in this episode on how to actually be filled with joy, and peace of heart and feel a productive, happy Mom! Learn – www.dianagalas.com Discover - schedule a Free Call right here https://calendly.com/dianagalas/coaching-call-booking Connect - become an Insider here: ht…
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This episode features Rizek Housari, a Wealth Advisor, Certified Financial Planner, and CPA, discussing the benefits and strategies of using Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). The episode emphasizes the HSA's role not just for immediate medical expenses but as a critical part of a comprehensive financial and retirement strategy. In the interview Rizek…
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Send us a Text Message. This episode focuses on emotional spending, examining its impact on financial well-being through real-life stories and practical advice. Drawing on a LendingTree survey, the discussion highlights the prevalence of emotional spending in different demographics and its consequences, such as debt and financial dissatisfaction. T…
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As many of you know, I was diagnosed with ADHD in my early thirties. It was a major learning process for me and still is. On today's episode, Shawn comes on to share his experience having ADHD and learning to manage his finances. Shawn's been married for 23 years, has two kids ages 21 and 15, and he works as a computer programmer. Today we talk abo…
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Doug is joined by Amanda Clayman, a financial therapist specializing in helping clients understand how their thoughts, feelings, and past experiences shape their financial choices through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Her expertise has been highlighted in various media outlets including CNBC, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and…
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Simplified Explanation: Like buying a personal home, you will find opportunities to buy houses at a low price and this will provide a way for you to buy, fix and either sell or rent it to someone needing housing. If you find a house low enough and can sell it for a large profit, it frees money to buy another, larger house at equal value to the pric…
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Hello, my friends, this is Dave Denniston, and welcome back to another episode of Freedom Formula for Physician's Podcast. The podcast is dedicated to helping doctors like you slash your debt, slash your taxes and live a liberated lifestyle. As you know, there has been a lot of focus on tax reform. This will be my final one for the current future, …
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Simplified Explanation: Real Estate is the buying and selling of real property, or buildings and land that have a monetary value to another party. If you can find deals and buy a piece of property, like a house, and you can fix it up or hold on to it long enough, the value almost always increases. Real Life: Real Estate is a very large subject. So …
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Send us a Text Message. In this episode, Brad Nelson, the founder of Debt Free Dad, shares his personal journey of decluttering and the profound impact it had on simplifying his life and managing finances. After overcoming a personal tragedy and paying off $45,000 in debt, Brad offers insights into the value of intentional buying, the difference be…
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Simplified Explanation: Animals are not always the easiest thing to handle. Sometimes, they are messy, need a lot of attention, and cost a lot of money to care for. They also, bring a lot of love, interest, and are great companions to have around. So, as with being intentional in life, if you are considering having of having a pet, there are some t…
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Simplified Explanation: Things happen in life that we have no control over, but we do control how we will respond. The story of my heart is a fact, I have dealt with death every day of my life and now, I don’t worry about death. I won’t leave this life any faster than I am permitted. These events are to give us strength and understanding and withou…
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Show Notes: Welcome to Episode #36 where I teach how to gain back your ground after a shopping spree financial crash. Tune in to this episode and learn basic strategies on how to assess the situation, and create a plan to connect with yourself so you can use your experience for growth and financial stability. Learn – www.dianagalas.com Discover - s…
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Today, we're diving into the world of savings accounts and uncovering the best options to match your financial aspirations. In this episode, I cover the following topics: Various savings account options and how to choose which aligns best with your goals Understanding the importance of defining your goals and prioritizing them to create an effectiv…
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Send us a Text Message. Brad Nelson, a financial coach who paid off $45,000 in debt, interviews Carla, a member of the Roots program. Carla shares her remarkable journey of saving and paying off thousands of dollars in just five months. The discussion covers the struggles with debt, ineffective solutions from the past, and the strategies that led t…
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Simplified Explanation: Every two weeks or twice a month, you will receive a check or money will be deposited into your bank account based on an agreed upon amount you contracted with your employer before you started working for them. If you negotiate with them, you will be receiving an acceptable amount that both sides can work with. Real Life: Pa…
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What do you do when you're ready to budget and send money to goals but your spouse isn't? Today's episode is with Rachel Parker who is a wife, a mom of two, and a teacher's assistant. Rachel and her husband realized that they needed to clean up their finances in a big way. Now they're working through building a realistic budget and learning to stic…
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Doug and Ted sit down to chat about the 2024 federal budget. Believe it or not Doug actually read the entire budget! They discuss taxes, what a budget means, making tax filing automatic, government single sign-in portal, reducing CRA call centre wait times, NSF fees, free and affordable bank accounts, cell phone charges, credit reports, and payday …
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Simplified Explanation: When you have paid off your debt, built up your emergency fund, and have excess money collecting in your savings, money that you don’t need for a while or until retirement, then you can invest that and grow it. When you are debt free and these investments - including a paid off house – add up to $1,000,000, only then are you…
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Hello, my friends, this is Dave Denniston, and welcome back to another episode of Freedom Formula for Physician's Podcast. Joining us for this episode is a three-time guest. He is an author, mortgage lender, specializing in physicians, dentists, CRNAs, and PAs, and you'll hear him on his own podcast, Physician Financial Success Podcast. Please help…
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Simplified Explanation: What is Savings? Savings is, of course, how much money you have stored to be used in the future. It can be saved in your mattress, in a box, or in your pocket, but most commonly, larger sums of money are stored in a bank. Savings is not something you grab from for any small thing you want, but rather money you accumulate ove…
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