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The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.

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The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.

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Fantastic Investment and Personal Finance Podcast

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Well researched, intelligent and sound advice and opinions.

Best Personal Finance Podcast

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Practical information and thoughtful analysis.

iTunes Ratings

464 Ratings
Average Ratings
422
24
5
7
6

Fantastic Investment and Personal Finance Podcast

By Hitchens76 - Aug 03 2018
Read more

Well researched, intelligent and sound advice and opinions.

Best Personal Finance Podcast

By BigTexDoc - Jun 13 2018
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Practical information and thoughtful analysis.

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The Dough Roller Money Podcast

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The Dough Roller Money Podcast helps people make the most of their money. Through interviews, news, tips and resources, the show helps you take your finances to the next level. Whether you are just starting out, under a mountain of debt, or nearing retirement, the Dough Roller Podcast can help you achieve your financial goals. And remember, the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.

Rank #1: DR 024: How to Invest Like Warren Buffett [Interview withLarry Swedroe]

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This is the seventeenth day in our 31-Day Money Challenge. Over 31 days we’ll publish 31 podcasts, each designed to help you move closer to financial freedom. Yesterday we looked at why it’s important to invest like a business owner. In today’s podcast, we interview Larry Swedroe, author of Think, Act, and Invest Like Warren […] The post DR 024: How to Invest Like Warren Buffett [Interview withLarry Swedroe] appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jan 17 2014
48 mins
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Rank #2: DR 296--The 7 Levels of Financial Freedom

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We examine the 7 levels of financial freedom.

Apr 02 2018
34 mins
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Rank #3: DR 217: How to Become a Millionaire the Hard Way

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In my weekly Forbes column, I published an article on how to become a millionaire in under 20 years. There’s no mystery to it. Save a reasonable amount of money each month (maxing out a 401k will get the job done) and invest it wisely in low cost index funds. Done and done. And then […] The post How to Become a Millionaire the Hard Way appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jul 13 2016
52 mins
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Rank #4: DR 100: 100 Ways to Improve Your Finances (Most in Under 10 Minutes)

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To commemorate the 100th episode of the Dough Roller podcast, I pulled together 100 ways to improve your finances. Let’s get started. 1. Balance your checkbook: Balancing a checkbook helps you focus on where you’ve spent your money and it ensures your bank hasn’t made any mistakes. With the help of budgeting tools such as […] The post 100 Ways to Improve Your Finances (Most in Under 10 Minutes) appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Aug 22 2014
1 hour 5 mins
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Rank #5: Betterment vs. Wealthfront

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Two of the biggest robo advisors are Betterment and WealthFront.  At first glance they may appear to be virtually identical.  Both create diversified portfolios with similar low cost ETFs.  Both rebalance your portfolio, reinvest your dividends, and offer tax loss harvesting.  Both have slick, easy to use websites. But there are some significant differences between […] The post Betterment vs. Wealthfront appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jan 15 2015
43 mins
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Rank #6: DR 084: Where To Invest When You’ve Maxed Out Contributions To Retirement Accounts

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It’s a good problem to have. You’ve maxed out your 401k and IRA contributions for the year and you still have some more cash to invest. What are your options? That’s the situation a reader named Harout recently emailed me about: I am a little obsessed with your podcasts. I listen to about one a […] The post DR 084: Where To Invest When You’ve Maxed Out Contributions To Retirement Accounts appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jul 07 2014
40 mins
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Rank #7: DR 130: The #1 Way to Save Money Is . . .

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The many ways to save money are limited only by our imagination. That’s why I asked the readers of the Dough Roller Newsletter their #1 money saving tip. In past weeks they have given some great replies to other questions: What is your favorite book about money? Where do you keep your emergency fund? What […] The post DR 130: The #1 Way to Save Money Is . . . appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Nov 22 2014
44 mins
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Rank #8: DR 090: Roth vs. Traditional IRA or 401k: The Math Behind This Important Decision

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It’s without a doubt the most frequent question I receive from readers of this blog. People want to know whether they should put their retirement savings in a Roth vs traditional IRA or 401k. I’ve written a lot about these retirement options. If you are new to retirement accounts, I’d suggest you start by reading […] The post DR 090: Roth vs. Traditional IRA or 401k: The Math Behind This Important Decision appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jul 22 2014
43 mins
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Rank #9: DR 141-6 Reasons to Pay Cash for a Car (and how to actually do it)

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Financing a car is almost an automatic step. With the cost of the average car in the neighborhood of $32,000, very few people pay cash for a car. Yet this is just one of many times we shouldn’t go with the flow. There are plenty of reasons to pay cash for car, as well as […] The post DR 141-6 Reasons to Pay Cash for a Car (and how to actually do it) appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jan 01 2015
32 mins
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Rank #10: DR 053: Should You Lease or Buy a Car?

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Recently, a reader named John wrote in asking about leasing vs. buying a car. Here is John’s question: I was wondering what your input is in regard to buying vehicles? For example, I’m in the process right now of selling a vehicle for a good buck. Would you suggest reinvesting this money in a used […] The post DR 053: Should You Lease or Buy a Car? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Apr 14 2014
40 mins
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Rank #11: DR 082: How Much Should You Be Saving for Retirement?

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Exactly how much should you be saving for retirement? It seems that everybody has an opinion on this deceptively simple question. Actually, it is simple to answer, so long as you understand the implications of your choices. To address this question, we are going to look at the standard rules of thumb on retirement savings. […] The post DR 082: How Much Should You Be Saving for Retirement? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jul 01 2014
49 mins
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Rank #12: DR 040: How Best to Use a Backdoor Roth IRA

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Even if you exceed the income limits for contribution to a Roth IRA, you may still be able to take advantage of this excellent additional retirement account option. You can work through what’s called a “backdoor Roth,” which basically means that you convert traditional IRA contributions into a Roth IRA. The process gets a little […] The post DR 040: How Best to Use a Backdoor Roth IRA appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Feb 21 2014
26 mins
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Rank #13: DR 059: Should You Rent a Home or Buy One?

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Is renting or buying a home better? How do you determine which is right for you? Is there a basic rule of thumb you can use to make this decision? A reader named Joe recently wrote in asking if it’s better for him to rent or buy. This is a timely question, and it’s one […] The post DR 059: Should You Rent a Home or Buy One? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

May 01 2014
28 mins
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Rank #14: DR 195: Maxing Out Retirement Accounts

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Everywhere you look, experts are telling you to contribute to your retirement accounts. Whether it’s advice from newspapers, blogs, financial planners, or friends, any advice that is worth taking must include planning for retirement. Why? Because it’s that important! Over time, setting aside a small portion of your monthly income can mean the difference between living a comfortable retirement and […] The post Maxing Out Retirement Accounts: How Rich Could You Be? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Nov 04 2015
1 hour 5 mins
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Rank #15: DR 060: The Basics of Dividends, Stock Splits, and Buybacks

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What are dividends, buybacks, and stock splits? Are they good or bad for investors. These things have a big impact on investors, but many investors don’t really understand them. So we’re going to talk about what these three things are in the context of a popular, well-known company – Apple. Recently, Apple announced its second […] The post DR 060: The Basics of Dividends, Stock Splits, and Buybacks appeared first on The Dough Roller.

May 02 2014
32 mins
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Rank #16: DR 113: How to Invest in a 529 Plan

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How should you invest money in a 529 plan? These college savings plans present some unique investing challenges. On the one hand you want the money to grow to at least keep up with the rising cost of college. On the other hand, there is a limited time horizon. Assume too much risk and the […] The post DR 113: How to Invest in a 529 Plan appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Oct 03 2014
30 mins
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Rank #17: 5 Reasons Never to Pay Off a Mortgage Early (and 1 Reason You Must)

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Whether to pay off a mortgage early is an important decision. For some it’s a question of whether to allocate some extra cash each month to the mortgage. For others it’s a question of whether to pay off the home loan all at once. The lump sum approach often becomes an option from an inheritance […] The post 5 Reasons Never to Pay Off a Mortgage Early (and 1 Reason You Must) appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Mar 27 2015
1 hour 35 mins
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Rank #18: DR 198: The 3 Ingredients to Building Lasting Wealth

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Building wealth isn’t rocket science. Sure it can be hard to spend less than you make. And investing can be a bit overwhelming at first. But the math behind wealth is really simple. It only has three ingredients. And that’s true whether you’re Warren Buffett or a school teacher. It doesn’t matter how much you […] The post The 3 Ingredients to Building Lasting Wealth appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Nov 30 2015
44 mins
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Rank #19: DR 075: The Reality of Dave Ramsey’s 12% ‘Reality’ (and why it really matters)

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Recently I reviewed what Dave Ramsey calls his Endorsed Local Providers (ELPs). As I was doing research for that review I learned of Dave’s view that historically the S&P 500 has returned 12%. I also learned that he believes it will continue to do so over the long run. This was curious to me for […] The post DR 075: The Reality of Dave Ramsey’s 12% ‘Reality’ (and why it really matters) appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Jun 09 2014
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Rank #20: DR 039: Mutual Funds vs. ETFs–Does it Really Matter?

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Following the conclusion of my 31-Day Money Challenge, I’ve had several people email me about the difference between mutual funds and ETFs (exchange traded funds). A quick review of opinions online may lead some to think ETFs are better than mutual funds. There is a lot of information suggesting, for example, that ETFs are less […] The post DR 039: Mutual Funds vs. ETFs–Does it Really Matter? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Feb 19 2014
28 mins
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