050 – The Best of 2018: Pt. 1

In Ep. 050 of Living With Money, Tim wraps up 2018.  The first year of Living With Money was spectacular, and we wanted to take a minute and thank anybody who has listened to our episodes, or contributed to the podcast in any way.  We are extremely excited for 2019, but first we wanted to look back at the year that was.

The next two episodes will be a round-up of the best answers we’ve had on the podcast so far.  This week’s episode, Part 1, will feature answers from episodes 1-24.  Next week will be a continuation of that with the best answers from episodes 25-48!  Enjoy!

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048 – Ashley Feinstein Gerstley – The 30-Day Money Cleanse

In Ep. 048, Tim talks with Ashley Feinstein Gerstley.  Ashley runs the website, The Fiscal Femme, and is the author of the upcoming book The 30-Day Money Cleanse.  They talk about how the book helps readers step-by-step reboot their financial habits during the 30-day span.  They also discuss healthy ways for couples to handle their finances together, and much more!

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047 – Jordan Goodman – America’s Money Answers Man

In Ep. 047, Tim talks with America’s Money Answers Man – Jordan Goodman.  Jordan has had a long, successful career as a financial journalist, he has had his own national radio show since 2007, authored 14 books, and offers Living With Money listeners hands on, actionable advice to save them thousands of dollars.  They discuss mortgage equity optimization, the Heroes Come First Program, verifying your mortgage payments, refinancing car loans and student loans, improving your credit score, & much more!

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046 – Meg Brunson – EIEIO Marketing

In Ep. 046, Tim talks with Meg Brunson.  Meg is the founder of EIEIO Marketing, and an entrepreneur/digital influencer.  Meg left a job at Facebook to start her own marketing firm helping businesses successfully market their products and services on Facebook!  They talk about how to properly utilize Facebook ads, and some of the best ways to get the most for your dollars.  They also talk about work-life balance.  Meg has four young daughters at home, and she tells her tale of how she’s able to be an entrepreneur AND a successful parent.

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