Cover image of The His and Her Money Show
(734)

Rank #67 in Investing category

Business
Kids & Family
Investing

The His and Her Money Show

Updated 1 day ago

Rank #67 in Investing category

Business
Kids & Family
Investing
Read more

In this podcast, we equip you to find the balance between managing your money, your marriage and everything in between. We are on the journey to financial independence, and this podcast serves as your ticket to take this ride too. Our goal is to help each one of you to build wealth, and become completely debt free! We discuss numerous personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, investments, and much more. It's not just about money though, we also tackle topics that are built to build powerful family structures such as, organization skills, time management, faith, and so much more!

Read more

In this podcast, we equip you to find the balance between managing your money, your marriage and everything in between. We are on the journey to financial independence, and this podcast serves as your ticket to take this ride too. Our goal is to help each one of you to build wealth, and become completely debt free! We discuss numerous personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, investments, and much more. It's not just about money though, we also tackle topics that are built to build powerful family structures such as, organization skills, time management, faith, and so much more!

iTunes Ratings

734 Ratings
Average Ratings
681
30
13
5
5

Amazing

By Eonthejourney - Dec 10 2019
Read more
Great contents....keep it going

Amazing Podcast

By ARich Life -Alisha Richard - Dec 05 2019
Read more
Thanks for sharing content on a weekly basis. I truly enjoy each and every episode. Thanks 😊

iTunes Ratings

734 Ratings
Average Ratings
681
30
13
5
5

Amazing

By Eonthejourney - Dec 10 2019
Read more
Great contents....keep it going

Amazing Podcast

By ARich Life -Alisha Richard - Dec 05 2019
Read more
Thanks for sharing content on a weekly basis. I truly enjoy each and every episode. Thanks 😊

Listen to:

Cover image of The His and Her Money Show

The His and Her Money Show

Updated 1 day ago

Read more

In this podcast, we equip you to find the balance between managing your money, your marriage and everything in between. We are on the journey to financial independence, and this podcast serves as your ticket to take this ride too. Our goal is to help each one of you to build wealth, and become completely debt free! We discuss numerous personal finance topics such as debt elimination, money-saving strategies, budgeting techniques, credit repair, investments, and much more. It's not just about money though, we also tackle topics that are built to build powerful family structures such as, organization skills, time management, faith, and so much more!

HNH 003 : Why We Have 13 Bank Accounts

Podcast cover
Read more

Oct 31 2014

23mins

Play

HNH 004 : How To Pay Your Student Loans Without Going Broke--Interview with Latisha Styles

Podcast cover
Read more

Nov 02 2014

22mins

Play

How J.D. Roth Paid off $35,000 to Become Debt Free

Podcast cover
Read more

Jan 14 2016

28mins

Play

How to Build Long Term Wealth by Investing with Vanguard

Podcast cover
Read more

Mar 14 2016

28mins

Play

Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living with Elizabeth Thames

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of The His and Her Money Show, we introduce you to Elizabeth Thames, one of the most frugal ladies you will ever meet and let her tell you her story about how she and her husband managed to retire at 34 years old with two kids under five. It seems impossible, but she did it and she is here to tell us all about it.

What You Will Learn In This Episode
  • You will learn practical tips for diversifying your investments
  • Budgeting tips for saving over half of your disposable income
  • How monetizing your passions can be the key to financial freedom
  • The Two-Part Plan to financial success
Resources Mentioned In This Episode Thank You For Listening!

Today’s episode is brought to you by our friends at Credit Sesame. Credit is one of the most important things you’ll ever need throughout your entire life for student, car, home, and personal loans, etc. Credit Sesame gives you a free credit score, and so much more.

They also provide free personalized finance tips and tools updated every month. Once you sign up for a Credit Sesame membership, you will get free identity theft for up to $50,000. It is an absolutely free product and they do not require a credit card. They will open the door to your financial future.

Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.

Aug 02 2018

36mins

Play

How $20 Led Matthew and Kitty to Pay Off $40,000 of Debt

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we’re thankful to have an awesome couple, Matthew and Kitty, share with us their financial journey to becoming debt free. They went through a lot of obstacles but attained their goals through determination and perseverance!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • How they figured out they needed to get out of debt.
  • How they get on to the same page and made progress towards their goals.
  • Ways that Matthew and Kitty kept themselves motivated.
  • How Matthew opened an investment account for his children.
  • Two principles they injected into their lives that led to debt freedom.
  • Things they can do now they couldn’t do before after being debt free.
  • The biggest things learned throughout their debt journey.
  • Words of encouragement for people who want debt freedom.
RESOURCES

Jul 12 2018

29mins

Play

What You Need to Do to Actually Stick to Your Budget with Peter Polson

Podcast cover
Read more

Mar 27 2016

30mins

Play

HNH 019: How Shannon Brown Eliminated $22,000 of Student Loans in Just 9 Months

Podcast cover
Read more

Dec 15 2014

21mins

Play

The Definitive Guide to Improve Your Credit Score with Netiva Heard

Podcast cover
Read more

Apr 05 2016

27mins

Play

How Amir and Candace Paid Off $87,000 of Debt in 7 Months

Podcast cover
Read more

Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.

Everybody knows that habits are hard to break, and that's especially true when it comes to money habits. Whether you're overspending the monthly budget, sleeping on the income you know you should be making, or even just not keeping track of your finances at all, one bad money habit always leads to more, and that's when your financial destruction can start to snowball, sometimes for generations. Breaking the mold is tough, but it's worth it in the end to set a good financial foundation for the present and the future!

On today's episode of The His & her Money Show, we're so glad to be talking with Amir and Candace Shameih about their decision to break out of debt and grab a piece of that financial freedom. This faith-forward couple took the initiative, got their plan together, and set out to eliminate their debt in 18 months...and then they beat the odds and came out debt-free in just 7! Their story is incredible, and we can't wait for you to hear it!

Neither Amir nor Candace grew up in money-conscious families. As kids, they saw the bad side of what can happen when you let the state of your finances fall back as a priority, but even so, for awhile it seemed like they were both on the same path all too soon. Fortunately, history wasn't doomed to repeat itself, and after Candace, the couple truly began to realize their options. Between the two of them, they had over $58,000, from student loans, credit cards, and a whole lot else. They could stay a slave to the lender, or they could take control of their money, bust their way out of debt, and live financial freedom to the fullest. And you can bet they chose the right one! Keep listening to find out how they did it, and maybe learn something along the way!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Bringing your spouse on board to tackle your debt together
  • Getting into a new mindset to start your budget
  • Some of Candace and Amir's tips and tricks for getting out of debt
  • Cutting monthly costs around the household
  • How to stay focused and not give into temptation
  • Gow faith kept Candace and Amir strong through their debt free journey
Resources Mentioned Thank You For Listening!

Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them.

Apr 19 2018

41mins

Play

How Nii and Renee Destroyed Over $600,000 of Student Loan Debt

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of the His and Her Money Show, we will introduce you to Nii and Renee Darko, a team of money management warriors who made their $600,000 student loan debt disappear in just three years.

They both dream of being physicians, so naturally came medical school and residency. Shortly after landing their first positions as working medical doctors, the Darko’s made the startling discovery that despite their income, they were living paycheck to paycheck.

What You Will Learn In This Episode
  • How The Darkos were able to pay off over $600,000 of student loan debt
  • The tremendous importance of creating and sticking to a budget.
  • Questions to ask your creditors about your payment schedule.
  • Why you should already be tracking (and reducing) your daily expenditures.
  • How to defeat the crippling debt of high-interest student loans.
Resources Mentioned In This Episode Thank You for Listening!

Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.

Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them.

May 10 2018

55mins

Play

How Rich Used Real Estate To Get Out Of Debt and Build Wealth

Podcast cover
Read more

Are you looking for a way to get rid of debt? You must be open to possibilities, have the willingness to give up some things and learn new ones, continually updating your knowledge, and possessing the guts to conquer your fears. No one knows what will happen in the future. You have to take the first step towards your ultimate goal, try your best with strategies, and stay focused on your way to financial freedom.

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we have a very successful real estate investor and blogger, Rich Carey, to share his debt freedom journey and give you some hope and inspiration! Rich grew up fascinated by real estate and still thinks it is the coolest thing to do. Later, he ended up being drowned by student loan debt of $32,000. His wife, who was his girlfriend at the time, encouraged him to be responsible for his obligations and helped him craft a plan to pay off the debt. They did side hustles and started his journey of real estate investing.

Afterward, they acquired a home mortgage worth $280,000. The family decided to live a very frugal life; eating out and having fancy vacations was not on their to-do list during this time. They chose to live on the smallest income possible and put everything else into savings and investments. With the combination of this unique approach and the power of real estate, plus his income from the Air Force, he found his way out from under. The mortgage was paid off quickly in just 6-7 years instead of the standard 30 years.

Rich pursued his real estate investment career despite working overseas. He purchased another rental property in cash to avoid the hassle and flipped it, earning a significant profit. The success of this idea led him to own 20 properties in one location. He proved that a real estate investment is not a nightmare but a vehicle for financial freedom and a more promising future.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE

• How Rich shifted his mindset and became motivated to get out of debt • How he ended up being a real estate investor • Why he settled his 20 properties in one place • How he bought 6 properties in just 10 months • How he continually upgraded his knowledge • The difference between buying things in cash or creating debt • The benefits of having investments in one city • Advice on choosing property managers • How he decides if it’s a good buy or not

RESOURCES Thank You for Listening!

Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.

Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review for the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them.

Apr 19 2018

56mins

Play

HNH 005 : 8 Essential Steps To Get Out Of Debt

Podcast cover
Read more

Nov 07 2014

20mins

Play

How Yuriy Went From 200k in Debt to over 250K in Savings

Podcast cover
Read more

Oct 31 2016

33mins

Play

How Pet Sitting Helped Kevin Pay off $87,000 of Student Loan Debt

Podcast cover
Read more

Aug 19 2016

25mins

Play

How to Budget with Your Spouse Successfully with Ericka Young

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about the power of budgets to change your future with money coach, Ericka Young.

While most of us know we need to budget, most of us also know that we don’t like the budgeting process. Budgeting feels like a straitjacket. It feels like you’re depriving yourself.

Budgets don’t have to feel that way.

In fact, as Ericka Young shares with our listeners, restrictive is the opposite of how a budget should make you feel. A budget should leave you empowered. A simple, one-page budget can be a powerful tool for you and your family to manage your financial destiny.

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Oct 07 2019

45mins

Play

HNH 024: How Jen McDonough Successfully Paid Off $212,000 Of Debt Despite Losing Her Job

Podcast cover
Read more

Dec 30 2014

36mins

Play

The Four Rules You Must Break To Get Rich

Podcast cover
Read more

On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Nathan Latka, entrepreneur extraordinaire, teaches us about the 4 rules that you need to break to become rich. Nathan has started companies, sold companies, and invested in companies and now teaches others what he has learned from his journey regarding financial literacy.

RESOURCES

→ → → CONNECT WITH US ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ►Instagram: http://instagram.com/hisandhermoney ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hisandhermoney ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/HisandHerMoney

Apr 29 2019

47mins

Play

4 Simple Rules to Master Your Budget

Podcast cover
Read more

May 10 2016

27mins

Play

How Matthew Eliminated $25,000 of Debt in 8 Months

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we’ve got Matthew Bently here to share his awesome story to motivate and inspire you to take action to attain debt freedom. His story is incredible because he successfully eliminated $25,000 of debt in 8 months! How could this possibly happen? Listen and find out!

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • How Matthew eliminated $25,000 of debt in 8 months.
  • How he shifted his mindset to kicking out debt.
  • The toughest part of the process.
  • How he motivated himself to not give up.
  • His strategy of throwing money at debt.
  • The difference between his life then and now.
  • What he learned along the journey.
  • Words of encouragement for people who want to be debt free.
 Resources Mentioned In This Episode Thank You for Listening!

Today’s show was sponsored by Teach Me How To Budget. If you are ready to gain freedom in your finances once and for all then enroll in our brand new personal finance course Teach Me How To Budget.

Thanks for tuning into the His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review of the His & Her Money Show on iTunes! Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They do matter in the rankings of the show and we do read each and every one of them.

Jun 21 2018

29mins

Play

How Reading 550 Books Led to Terrence and Erica Owning 55 Rental Properties

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Terrence and Erica to discuss how they’ve invested in their financial education to build their portfolio from one, duplex investment to owning multiple real estate, insurance, and property management businesses.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • The difference between sweat equity and check equity
  • How to learn and grow with your business
  • How to increase your real estate investment returns
  • The importance of asking questions
  • Maximizing value in rentals
  • How making mistakes can be an investment in your own education

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Dec 09 2019

41mins

Play

How The Recession Helped This Couple Get out of Debt and Start a Business

Podcast cover
Read more

There are debt-free stories, and then there’s the story of Freddie and Sahirenys.

This couple was not only able to clear $90,000+ in debt but also saved enough money to leave their jobs, start a business, get married, and raise two kids.

On top of that, Sahirenys and Freddie did this in 5 years!

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 
  • Why your debt-free journey and budgeting approach should be personal to your situation
  • How the Recession affected the way Freddie and Sahirenys looked at their debt
  • Having conversations with your partner to make sure you are focused on the same financial goals
  • Changing the conversation about student loans: The conversation Freddie and Sahirenys had about student loans 
  • How the Recession changed Sahirenys and Freddie’s approach to a debt-free life
  • How Sahirenys and Freddie set up an emergency fund while building a business and raising a family
  • How they dealt with a family medical emergency...and kept up with their debt freedom plan
  • Developing skills that allow you to get multiple jobs
  • What to do about personal finance when your life doesn’t fit the textbook
  • Why families of color need to share their debt freedom stories and have access to the right resources
  • Balancing short-term and long-term needs in your budget as a couple
  • The High 5 Banking Method

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Dec 05 2019

55mins

Play

How Danielle More Than Doubled Her Debt But Then Paid It Off in 8 Months

Podcast cover
Read more

Sometimes, beginning your debt-free journey requires making some financial mistakes.

Danielle Martin, a single, recently graduated college student, had to get herself about 39k in student loan, car loan, and credit card debt before she finally shifted her mindset and took steps towards paying off her debt.

Although she left college with 13k in student loan debt, about six months out of college, she not only moved out of her parents’ house and into an apartment, sending half of her paycheck to rent, but also decided to buy a car, taking out another 23k in loans. 

She had more than doubled her debt within her first month of moving into an apartment, and rather than saving up and paying it off, she continued to spend her money on shopping. It wasn’t until both her debit card and credit card had been declined that she finally realized she needed to make some lifestyle changes.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • Shifting your mindset to take steps towards eliminating debt
  • Staying motivated by celebrating every win
  • Making sacrifices early to invest in your future

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Dec 02 2019

30mins

Play

Erica Wade Episode

Podcast cover
Read more

Erica Wade brings the “hustle” when it comes to kicking debt’s butt and she shares her journey with us on the His & Her Money Show. 

Tune in if you are ready to hear how Erica slashed her debt, built a mini side hustle empire and live a financially disciplined life that inspires others while treating yourself at the same time.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 
  • The lasting positive impact the His & Her Money Show had on Erica 
  • Tackling different types of debt
  • What to do when you get overboard with budgeting ...and how Erica fixed the problem
  • The most important account in Erica’s budget
  • Why you should have fun built into your budget
  • Handling the extra money from a side hustle
  • How to balance a side hustle with the rest of your life
  • Dealing with naysayers on your debt-free journey
  • Going beyond the side hustle” Erica’s plan to move from side hustle to side hustle empire

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Dec 01 2019

19mins

Play

How this Couple Paid Off $15,000 of Credit Card Debt in Just 7 Months

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of “In the Middle,” Talaat and Tai talk to Anthony and Luan, a couple that has just finished paying off 15k of credit card debt in the past 7 months.

They are still “in the middle” of their debt-free journey, and they now plan to take on their student loans and mortgage in the hopes of eliminating all debt.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • How to surround yourself with debt-free influences
  • How to cut back and only spend money on necessities
  • Steps to have conversations with a partner about debt
  • Tips to prioritize needed purchases
  • How to hold each other accountable as partners to stay focused
  • How to change your perspective on paying off debt as an investment in the future rather than paying off the past

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 27 2019

36mins

Play

How this Flight Attendant Paid Off $47,000 of Debt in Under Three Years

Podcast cover
Read more

So often, paying off debt can leave you thinking of the past - past spending, previous loans, perhaps past mistakes. But what if you approached paying off your debt as investing in your future?

In this episode of His & Her Money, we sit down with Zach Pursley, a flight attendant for Delta Airlines. With over $47k of debt paid off within less than three years, Zach is proof that, with the correct mindset, determination, and, at times, sacrifice, it is absolutely possible to become debt-free in a short amount of time.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • How to make small sacrifices to live frugally
  • How to move home to save money
  • Ways to set up a money-saving budget
  • How to prioritize which loans to pay off
  • Keeping a positive attitude and approach to paying off debt

Nov 25 2019

32mins

Play

The 10 Rules You Should Know Before You Invest in Real Estate with Marco Santarelli

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with passive real estate investing guru and podcaster, Marco Santarelli.

If getting into real estate investing is something that you’ve always wanted to do, but never made the leap Marco Santarelli is a voice you need to listen to. In this episode, Marco shares the story of how and why he got into real estate investing at the early age of 18. 

Marco also takes time to break down the principles of real estate investing in his “10  Rules of Successful Investing”. These rules cover the principles of long-term real estate investing at a level that any beginner with a potential rental property can understand.

He explains how to set investment goals, how to calculate profits, and how to set up your real estate team for success.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Why Marco started investing at 18 and what he learned from the process
  • The biggest mistake he made on his first rental property
  • Why is real estate a good investment?
  • The 10 Rules of Successful Real Estate Investing
  • How to educate yourself as a real estate investor
  • How to set investment goals
  • How to calculate profit from your real estate deals
  • How can we know if a real estate deal looks good on paper?
  • Should I have more than one bank account?
  • What does “market agnostic” mean?
  • The importance of hiring the right team for long-distance investing
  • The top-down approach when picking a real estate property
  • Diversifying your portfolio
  • Signs of a good (and professional) property management company
  • How to manage your real estate team for success

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 21 2019

41mins

Play

How This Couple Paid Off $380K of Debt On 1 Income

Podcast cover
Read more

Kyle Depiesse and his wife were deep in debt when a single search into his life-to-date income launched him into a thirty-eight-month journey to completely eliminate his debt. Since then, they have paid off two mortgages and a car loan, totaling up to $380,000 of debt. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • Ways to communicate with and motivate a partner to tackle debt and make life changes
  • How to stay connected and inspired by your goals and dreams
  • How to set and celebrate smaller milestones
  • Tips to budget on an irregular income
  • How to live below your means
  • How to increase your income by capitalizing on your own value
  • Strategies to set your partner up for success as a stay-at-home parent

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 20 2019

33mins

Play

Unique Investing Strategy Warren Buffet Used with Danielle Town

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about investing, but not from the perspective you might expect. We talk with Danielle Town, daughter of the investing legend, Phil Town, about the other side of investing.

Danielle Town, who calls herself a “non-natural investor”,  shares why we need to consider our emotions when we invest and how to use that knowledge to our advantage.

She also shares a unique investing strategy (used by Warren Buffett, himself) to take as much stress as possible out of investing.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Why investing can feel scary...even for a corporate lawyer and the daughter of a very famous investor
  • Dealing with rational and irrational fear in investing
  • How to move past the fear of investing
  • Becoming comfortable with investing...even if you aren’t a numbers person
  • Why should we learn about investing anyway?
  • What is inflation?
  • What is value investing?
  • Why value investing is a good investment for “set it and forget it” and non-natural investors
  • Charlie Munger’s 4 principles of successful value investing
  • How do you pick a good company to invest in?
  • When you should (and shouldn’t) use your emotions to guide your investment decisions
  • How do you deal with the emotional roller coaster of investing news?
  • Understanding your emotional connection to money

 

RESOURCES

Nov 18 2019

49mins

Play

How You Can Side Hustle Your Way to Six-Figures as a Mobile Notary with Andre Hatchett

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk about a unique business opportunity that you might not have heard about, being a mobile notary.

While the job of “mobile notary” doesn’t get a lot of press, it gets a lot of work. As the owner of a notary agency and notary training school, Andre Hatchett will tell you, notaries are needed everywhere. 

Mobile notaries are needed to witness documents, sign loans, verify wills, take fingerprints, and much more.  Mobile notaries can make good money, whether they work part-time or full-time.

In this episode, Andre shares everything you need to know to get started right after you listen to the podcast episode. He covers how to get into the business (and why he decided to become a notary), how much money you can expect, how to get training, and how to grow your business through marketing and specialization.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • What is a notary?
  • How do I become a mobile notary?
  • Can you make a full-time income from being a notary?
  • How much can you really make as a notary?
  • What makes a successful notary?
  • How much time do you have to spend to make this profitable?
  • Secure at your job vs “self-employed”: Dealing with criticism as an entrepreneur
  • What safety precautions can mobile notaries take?
  • Insurance and tools: What kind of tools do I need to be a mobile notary? Do I need insurance?
  • Should  I have a website?
  • Is there still space in the market for someone just starting out?
  • How do you grow as a mobile notary?
  • Are the mobile notary services that bring in more money?
  • How do you upsell notary services?

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 14 2019

41mins

Play

This Middle Class Couple Went from Living On 44 Cents a Day to Becoming Millionaires

Podcast cover
Read more

When it comes to becoming a millionaire, most of us think it’s possible only under a few circumstances:

  1. You own a really big business or create a super successful product
  2. You win the lottery
  3. You have a very, very rich family

But Bryce Leung and Kristy Shen didn’t fall into any of those categories. Kristy had moved to the middle class from poverty. Bryce was a middle-class engineer who was trying to move up the ranks of what he thought was the American dream. Both Kristy and Bryce were just a middle-class couple who had enough of the rat race...and they became millionaires and retired.

Did we mention that they were only in their 30’s? 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 
  • How did this couple come up with the idea that they could become millionaires?
  • Christy’s journey from living on 44 cents per day in China to a millionaire
  • The reason Christy decided she had to get out of the rat race and make money a new way
  • The resources Kristy and Bryce used to get started on their journey to a million dollars
  • Why retirement isn’t about age
  • The easy 4% rule that Christy and Bryce suggest to calculate your retirement number
  • Why Bryce chose to invest in index funds as one of his million-dollar strategies
  • Why Bryce and Kristy decided NOT to buy a house as an investment (when everyone else they knew was)
  • How Kristy’s early experiences in poverty were a strength...and liability to a wealth mindset
  • Why the survival mindset helps you survive in the short term but hurts your money in the long term
  • How Kristy and Bryce joined the strengths of their backgrounds to become a wealthy couple
  • Why you must rely on yourself to get your financial freedom
  • How to deal with a saver that starts getting rich
  • The importance of creating your own financial freedom  your way
  • Why you can start your path to a million-dollar future today
  • Wealth-hacking habits that will save money without hurting the quality of your life
  • Wealth-hacking habits to make money while you’re traveling
  • Why financial peace of mind is good for your health and society
  • Why Kristy and Bryce are passionate about creating more wealth builders

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 11 2019

52mins

Play

How Budget Meetings Helped This Couple Pay Off Over $75K of Debt in 2 Years

Podcast cover
Read more

This debt-free story focuses on getting on the same financial page as a married couple. Both Ashley and David Garrison were trying to live the American Dream.

They ended up over $75,000 in debt.

Getting to a debt-free lifestyle took some adjusting, however. As Ashley shares, creating a budget and budget meetings was something David and Ashley had o adjust to. But once they did, they ended up paying off their debt in less than 2 years. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 
  • How to convince your spouse that debt is a problem 
  • Staying encouraged and persistent while talking with a reluctant spouse about debt
  • Staying motivated when you’re beginning on your debt-free journey
  • Handling money resentment and strife as a couple 
  • The importance of faith in Ashley and David’s debt-free journey
  • Having budget meetings as a couple
  • Dealing with your partner when budget meetings get intense
  • The unique ways David and Ashley saved and made money on their debt-free journey
  • Allocating new money to your budget after you start making money
  • Why Ashley and David left room in the budget for fun and relaxation
  • Why Ashley and David chose the debt snowball method (and why you should consider it too!)
  • Future goals of David and Ashley as a debt-free couple

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Nov 07 2019

34mins

Play

How This Couples Decision to Combine Finances is Helping Them Pay Off Debt Quicker

Podcast cover
Read more

Finances can often put a strain on relationships - however, when Josh and Elisha decided to combine their finances, they embarked on a journey that not only led them towards paying 30k of debt within eight months but also brought about new conversations that strengthened their relationship.

In this episode of “In the Middle,” Josh and Elisha are here to share what led them into debt, how they began their journey, and how they’ve held themselves accountable.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • How to hold each other accountable by combining finances
  • How your debt-free journey can strengthen your relationship
  • Adding side hustles for additional income
  • Keeping your goals visual and tangible
  • How simply saying ‘no’ can contribute to your debt-freedom
  • Automatically saving towards an emergency fund

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Nov 04 2019

39mins

Play

How This Woman Lives Off Her Side Hustle and Pays Down Debt with Full-Time Job

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we cover a story of someone who is “in the middle” of their fight to be financially free. Sruti Basu had close to $50K in debt and knew that she needed to make a change. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Paying off debt when you have a lower salary
  • First steps Sruthi took to control her financial destiny
  • Keeping a balanced life when you’re on a budget
  • Crafting the unique side hustle that works for you
  • Talking about money with your partner in a healthy way
  • Dealing with distractions and challenges along the way
  • Treating yourself when you reach a financial milestone

 

RESOURCES

Oct 31 2019

28mins

Play

The Secrets To Communicating About Money with Tarra Jackson

Podcast cover
Read more

When it comes to talking about money in a relationship, most of us focus on the numbers. Very few of us focus on the words we’re using.

That’s the lesson, Tarra Jackson aka “Madam Money” has for us today. As she shares in the podcast and her book, our money habits create a money “language”.

This language is the lens through which we have money conversations.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN 
  • How financial institutions are making money off your bad financial habits
  • How your credit score can cost you more money
  • Two ways you can avoid paying extra money to the banks
  • How to handle “money misunderstandings” in your relationships
  • The four basic money  “languages”
  • The two basic types of spender and saver
  • Why the way we talk about money matters more than you think
  • How do I talk to someone with a different money ‘language’ than me?
  • How do I begin to have the “money conversation” with my significant other?
  • What is a “money date”?
  • Can the way you use money change over time?
  • Why single adults need to read relationship and finance books for couples

 

RESOURCES

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Today’s show is sponsored by Legal and General America. Legal & General America makes understanding and applying for life insurance easy.

Also, agents are standing by to help you determine the best coverage to fit your family’s needs. Visit  HisandHerMoney.com/lgapodcast to get started on your journey toward financial wellness.

Oct 28 2019

37mins

Play

How to Get Your Child through College Debt Free with Anthony Oneal

Podcast cover
Read more

In this era, “debt-free” and “going to college” are two words that never sound like they should go together, but Anthony O’ Neal believes that they can.

He also believes that we should stop allowing debt to enter the “college conversation” in the first place.

Anthony O’Neal shares why he takes this hard stance about debt and college and the steps you can take today to prepare your child for a better financial future.

Anthony also takes it a step further.

He also covers what parents can do if they are currently facing an “I don’t have enough (or anything) saved for my kids” situation. He shares what they can do to get their child ready for a brighter (and debt-free) future. 

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Why it’s so important for students to go to college debt-free
  • How to break up with the idea that you need a student loan to go to college
  • How early should I prepare my kids for college?
  • How do I pick the right college that is affordable and valuable to my child’s future?
  • What conversations should we have with our kids about college?
  • What resources are out there to help parents and children make more informed decisions about college?
  • What if we haven’t saved enough for college?
  • Tips for managing your social media before & during your college years
  • What Anthony does each morning (and believes we should do) to own our morning

 

RESOURCES 

Oct 26 2019

25mins

Play

Scott and Taylor Documented Their 7 Year Retirement Plan and How They're Doing It

Podcast cover
Read more

F.I.R.E. is a movement and community centered around developing a healthy and sustainable framework for your relationship with money.

Scott and Taylor, the creators of Playing with FIRE, are on the show to talk about their journey towards financial independence, and how they hope to spread the FIRE movement and help others become more financially literate.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • The F.I.R.E. framework
  • How to begin FIRE based on your values
  • Where to cut back on expenses
  • How to use a retirement calculator
  • Setting achievable goals
  • The importance of understanding financial literacy
  • Investing in broad-based, low-cost index funds

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

Oct 24 2019

53mins

Play

How a Huge Medical Bill and Unemployment Didn't Stop Sherika from Reaching Debt Freedom

Podcast cover
Read more

On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we celebrate the victory and journey of Sherika Wynter, a product manager/teacher/business owner/speaker who turned a bad financial situation into a lesson in persistence, creativity, and grit.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • Why we need to be financially prepared for the uncertainties of life
  • The two situations that almost financially wiped Shericka out
  • How Sherika successfully negotiated with insurance companies to cut an unfairly expensive medical bill
  • Strategies Sherika used to stay financially responsible after she committed to getting debt-free
  • The side hustles Sherika used to bring in more income while she was paying down debt
  • How Sherika balanced a full-time job, a side hustle, and more to reach her goal
  • Ways that Sherika leveraged her network to get even more money
  • How she dealt with friends, family, and distractions while staying financially disciplined
  • Dealing with family and friends who don’t agree with financial decisions
  • Not accepting the status quo for your financial life
  • Advice Sherika gave to her younger brother (and everyone) about student loans
  • How Sherika is giving back
  • The new financial freedom and journey Sherika is on, now that she is debt-free

 

RESOURCES

Oct 21 2019

41mins

Play

Beginner Real Estate Hacks to Investing Like a Boss with The Downing Brothers

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we talk with The Downing Brothers (Anthony & Anton Downing) of HGTV’s “Double Down ” about flipping houses, rehabbing, and all things real estate.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
  • How to flip real estate using an FHA (Federal Housing Authority) loan
  • Requirements of the FHA loan
  • The business principles behind the side hustle of real estate investing
  • Cheat codes to getting faster approval of your loans
  • Workarounds to getting more than FHA loan so you can get more cash flow in less time
  • The importance of persistence in real estate investing (Very important for beginners!)
  • Tips for adding  value to a home to increase it’s worth
  • How do you find the right properties and neighborhoods to invest in?
  • Good and bad signs of a good real estate deal
  • The “Driving for Dollars” technique to make sure you’re seeing a real estate deal from all angles
  • Building your real estate investing “success team”
  • Successfully vetting the people on your real estate investing team (i.e. contractors, realtors, etc.)
  • Building relationships with property managers and the community to decrease the headaches of investing
  • Why it’s more expensive to buy cheap and take shortcuts when rehabbing a house
  • What to do when bad things happen in real estate investing...and how to prepare for them in advance
RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Today’s show is sponsored by Fetch Rewards. Fetch Rewards offers users free rewards on groceries, just by scanning their grocery receipts! Listeners get 2,000 points when they use the code HNHM after signing up and scanning their first receipt.

Thanks for tuning in to us on The His & Her Money Show. If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Oct 17 2019

50mins

Play

How This Couple is Choosing to Pay Off Their Debt Before Marriage

Podcast cover
Read more

On this episode of “In the Middle,” we talk to Ashonzay and Ellie, a couple that has combined their debt-free journey with their health and lifestyle changes. They are the founders of Debt Free & Fitness, and their mission is to help people live a healthy lifestyle with both their finances and their bodies. 

Ashonzay and Ellie came from different financial backgrounds, and consequently, they entered into their relationship with very different financial situations. In total, their debt began at 120k, with most of it coming from Ashonzay, and within the past 6 months, they have reduced it by about 26k. 

Ashonzay openly shares about his hesitation to be transparent with Ellie about his debt, feeling ashamed, embarrassed, and fearful that it might negatively impact their relationship. In response, Ellie sets an incredible example of acknowledging her privilege, showing compassion, and accepting responsibility for her future husband’s debt.

 

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
  • How to accept and understand your partner’s debt
  • How to have a conversation with your partner about your debt
  • Becoming financially transparent prior to marriage
  • Creating discretionary budgets to make budgeting sustainable
  • Organizing budgets and savings towards multiple goals
  • Cutting back on excess spending
  • Meal prepping to help both the budget and health
  • Living intentionally while avoiding burnout
  • Building a debt-free community
  • Finding joy in things that don’t cost money
  • Pushing through non-motivation and remembering your “Why”

 

RESOURCES MENTIONED

 

THANKS FOR LISTENING!

Thanks for tuning into us on The His & Her Money Show. Also, If you have any comments or questions about today’s episode, please let us know your thoughts in the comment section. If you’ve enjoyed this episode, please share it using the social media buttons you see at the bottom of the post.

Also, please leave an honest review for The His & Her Money Show on iTunes!Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! Furthermore, they do matter in the rankings of the show, and we do read each and every one of them.

Oct 14 2019

45mins

Play