Rank #1: How Drew and Farrah Paid Off Their House in 5 Years To Become Debt Free
Jun 22 2016
Rank #2: HNH 003 : Why We Have 13 Bank Accounts
Oct 31 2014
Rank #3: The 2% Rule to Get Debt Free Fast with Alex and Cassie Michael
Sometimes it's hard enough to manage your money when you're an individual, but as a couple, your finances can feel like a much bigger responsibility. It can also be a struggle if debt is holding you back, and the stress of living paycheck to paycheck can put a strain on your relationship. But through openness, communication, and unity within a marriage, there's a light at the end of the tunnel. Here at The His & Her Money Show, we're all about marriage, family, and anything in between - and smart money couples are at the top of the list!
On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we've got Alex and Cassie from TheThriftyCouple.com over to talk with us about money, marriage, and of course, debt destruction! Once upon a time, they were a whopping $108,000 in consumer debt - credit cards, student loans, and beyond. None of these expenses were too shocking alone, but together, they added up!
Feb 19 2018
Rank #4: What You Need to Do to Actually Stick to Your Budget with Peter Polson
Mar 27 2016
Rank #5: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living with Elizabeth Thames
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
- Meet the Frugalwoods: Achieving Financial Independence Through Simple Living by Elizabeth Thames
- Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin
- The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
- Broke Millennial by Erin Lowry
- Mad Fientist
- Mr. Money Mustache
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Aug 02 2018
Rank #6: HNH 004 : How To Pay Your Student Loans Without Going Broke--Interview with Latisha Styles
Nov 02 2014
Rank #7: 3 Things You Need to Stop Doing If You Want to Achieve Financial Success.mp3
Nov 27 2015
Rank #8: How J.D. Roth Paid off $35,000 to Become Debt Free
Jan 14 2016
Rank #9: How Rod Berger Achieved Debt Freedom by Paying off $250,000
Apr 25 2016
Rank #10: HNH 058: How Bryant & Emily Adler Paid Off $92,000 Of Debt In Just 2.5 Years
May 24 2015
Rank #11: How Petrina Paid Off $40,000 of Debt In Just 21 Months
Nov 29 2016
Rank #12: This Young Couple Paid Off $87,000 of Student Loans!
Student loan debt - or just debt in general - is a hurdle that many Americans face. But just because it's become the norm doesn't mean that you have to live with it forever! While your loans can hold you back from your ideal life and financial freedom, working to toward eliminating your debt is an investment well worth the time and effort for a brighter future on YOUR own terms. What would you sacrifice to be debt free?
On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we've got Marissa Lyda from The Budgeting Wife coming on to share her story of total debt elimination. She and her husband Jacob knew from the start that they didn't want their $87,000 student loan debt to hold them back from doing the things they wanted and accomplishing their goals, so they made sure it didn't! After two and a half years of hard work and sacrifices, now that they've obliterated their debt once and for all, this smart money couple is totally committed to keeping their debt-free lifestyle as frugal and fun as possible. We can't wait for you to hear all about it!
Jan 19 2018
Rank #13: How Mark and Tanja Achieved Early Retirement at 41 and 38 Years Old
On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, there's nothing we love more than a smart money couple who have totally figured it all out and are living their best financial life. Our guests today fall firmly into that category, because by 41 and 38 respectively, Mark and Tanja from OurNextLife.com have ALREADY retired and are enjoying their financial freedom to the fullest, debt and burden free!WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
- Determining your vision for the long-term.
- Figuring out your retirement number.
- The scope of the 4% rule.
- Mark and Tanja's ins and outs of investing.
- Figuring out your side hustle strategy.
- How To Retire Early: Your Guide To Getting Rich Slowly And Retiring On Less by Robert Charlton and Robin Charlton
- How to Build Long-Term Wealth by Investing with Vanguard
- Mr. Money Mustache
- Choose FI
- Fire Drill Podcast
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.
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Jul 26 2018
Rank #14: HNH 019: How Shannon Brown Eliminated $22,000 of Student Loans in Just 9 Months
Dec 15 2014
Rank #15: How to Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half with Josh Elledge
Mar 10 2016
Rank #16: Generating Passive Income from Sub $30k Real Estate with Lisa Phillips
May 04 2016
Rank #17: How Andrew and Veronica Kaslewicz Paid off $170,000 in 3 Years
Jan 14 2016
Rank #18: How To Build Wealth Without a Six Figure Salary with Danny Kofke
On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, we've got Danny Kofke in the house to talk about how to build wealth without a six-figure salary. Danny currently teaches special education and his wife Tracy is a teacher part-time.
For eight years, they lived on Danny's single school teacher salary while Tracy raised their two daughters, and by doing so, they kick-started their journey to financial freedom. How? Keep listening and find out!WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
- How To Build Wealth Without a Six-Figure Salary
- Overcoming discontentment
- The importance of setting your goals
- Instant vs. delayed gratification
- Avoiding "perfect life" distractions in the media
Aug 27 2018
Rank #19: How Cory and Jill Paid Off $150,000 of Debt In 430 Days
On today’s episode of The His & Her Money Show, we have another shining example of a debt-free story from our guest, Jill Stuefer, who is an office coordinator and wedding photographer based in Kansas City, MO. Jill shares with us how she and her husband paid off their debts in just 430 days! How can this possibly happen? Check out her incredible journey and learn much more!WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS EPISODE
- What encouraged them to get rid of their debts.
- Their projection to a debt-free journey.
- Tricks they applied to knock out a bunch of debt.
- How they balanced paying off debt and growing their business.
- How they made each other stay on the same page until the last payment.
- The obstacles they met along the journey.
- How Jill kept herself motivated.
- The biggest lessons she learned during the freedom of debt journey
- Words of encouragement for people who have a mountain of debt but find it impossible to get rid of.
Aug 16 2018
Rank #20: How This Single Woman Paid Off $30,000 of Debt in 96 Days
On today's episode of The His & Her Money Show, Mary Wheeler shares her encouraging journey with infectious optimism. As a single woman, she paid off $30,000 in 96 days! Yes, you read right. 96 days.What You Will Learn In This Episode
- Why money is a tool for you to use
- Find out what is really holding you back
- Why sacrifice is worth it in the long run
- How to stay committed to your goals
- What is discipline
- Who to share your dreams with
- Know Debt, No Problem Podcast with Mary A. Wheeler
- No Excuses!– Brian Tracy
- Think And Grow Rich– Napoleon Hill
- Automatic Millionaire– David Bach
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.
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Jun 27 2019