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The Financial Freedom Community Podcast: Personal Finance | Get Out of Debt | Financial Independence | Financial Coaching

Joel Parker from the Financial Freedom Community reveals all of his personal finance knowledge and tips so you can get ahead, pay off your debt, and achieve Financial Freedom. Discover how you can change your life, stop living paycheck to paycheck, and begin to focus on your friends and family. Stop worrying about your finances and begin to focus on your dreams. Whether you want to travel the world or just buy a new TV, Financial Freedom can make it a reality. Although Joel confesses he is not a millionaire, he's been able to pay off his credit card debt, save over $12,000 for emergencies, and create a nice retirement plan. Financial Freedom, retirement, debt reduction, debt management, budgeting, real estate, bankruptcy, car buying and helping you better understand how to change your financial life forever.
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Feb 24, 2018

Today we are hanging out with Caroline Vencil.

Caroline is a penny pinching master. Her family spent 4 years living off $17,000 per year. She is a self-described frugalista, hippie, and mom.

Caroline inspires others to live fully and budget fiercely at CarolineVencil.com.

Timeline:

  • 01:01 - Intro
  • 01:46 - Caroline's Financial Freedom Journey
  • 05:28 - Living on $17,000
  • 16:55 - Raising Kids on a Budget
  • 22:57 - Budgeting Friends
  • 26:26 - Couponing without Clipping
  • 35:49 - Caroline's Budget
  • 43:50 - Scalling Back Your Expenses
  • 46:05 - Determining Value vs. Cost
  • 50:57 - Caroline's Favorite Book
  • 52:07 - Caroline's Favorite Resource
  • 55:37 - Getting in touch with Caroline

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Feb 20, 2018

Timeline:

  • 01:28 - I have a MasterCard and a Visa card. How important is it, to get a Discover and an American Express card?
  • 05:26 - The company I work for is showing signs they are struggling and might be going out of business. What can I do?
  • 07:46 - Should I pay off my car loan or put the money towards my student loans?

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Feb 13, 2018

Timeline:

  • 01:14 - My fiancé and I are getting married in December and we are still short $7,000. We make $80,000 per year and our expenses are $1,500 per month including $600 for rent and $500 for a car payment. How can we get the money we need?
  • 05:29 - My employer won’t pay overtime and requires us to clock out and work off the clock. Is this legal?
  • 09:05 - I currently have $18,000 in savings with an interest rate of 1.5% and $7,000 in the stock market making an average of 5% each year. I also have $13,000 in student loans that have an interest rate of 5%. Should I pay off my debt now or keep the money in the stock market and pay off my loans over time?

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Feb 10, 2018

Today we are chatting with Chris Miles.

Chris is the “Cash Flow Expert” and is a leader in helping people quickly create cash flow and build lasting wealth.

He has appeared in US News, CNN Money, Bankrate.com and is currently the host of The Chris Miles Money Show. Chris also runs Money Ripples where he helps people just like you increase their cash flow.

Timeline:

  • 01:02 - Intro
  • 01:27 - Chris' Financial Freedom Journey
  • 05:00 - How can you increase your cash flow?
  • 10:50 - Providing Value First
  • 15:23 - Tips to Increase Cash Flow
  • 19:00 - Chris' thoughts on 401Ks
  • 27:54 - One Thing Chris Knew When He started
  • 34:42 - Chris' Thoughts on BitCoin
  • 38:31 - Chris' Biggest Financial Mistake
  • 42:09 - Chris' Recommended Books
  • 45:11 - Getting in contact with Chris

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Feb 6, 2018

Timeline:

  • 01:11 - I have the opportunity to take over a timeshare for free, would you?
  • 04:22 - Everyone laughs at me when I say I want to save and buy a car with cash, what do you say?
  • 07:40 - I just did my taxes and I cannot afford how much I owe, what are my options?
  • 10:41 - State of the Stock Market

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Feb 3, 2018

Today we are hanging out with Eric Rosenberg.

Eric is the mastermind behind the blog and podcast Personal Profitability. He started his blog in 2008 as a side hustle and left his full time job in 2016 to pursue it as a full time career.

On his blog and podcast Eric shares how you can earn more, spend thoughtfully, grow your wealth, and live a better life through mindful personal finance.

Timeline:

  • 00:55 - Intro
  • 02:00 - Eric's Financial Freedom Journey
  • 13:12 - The 80/20 Rule
  • 18:18 - What is a side hustle?
  • 24:04 - Finding Time to Side Hustle
  • 37:23 - How to grow your side hustle to a full time job?
  • 40:40 - Starting a Side Hustle
  • 43:40 - Eric's Biggest Financial Mistake
  • 44:30 - Eric's Favorite Book
  • 44:42 - Eric's Favorite Resource
  • 45:11 - Getting in contact with Eric

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