006 – Bill Mackanic – Mackanic Media Video Production

In Ep. 006 of Living with Money, I talk with Bill Mackanic from Mackanic Media Video Productions. We dive into Bill’s history working in film to ultimately deciding to open his own production company after Hurricane Sandy hit. Bill takes us on a journey through the years of Mackanic Media and how he recently had an awesome defining moment for the business. From being a business owner to an artist, Bill offers insights on how to follow your passions, and make your own dreams a reality. Here’s Ep. 006 of Living with Money, my conversation with Bill Mackanic.


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005 – Zack Malecki – Bubbakoo’s Burritos

In Ep. 005, Tim talks with Zack Malecki, the owner of Bubbakoo’s Burritos in Wall Township, NJ.  Tim and Zack discuss how Zack got started with Bubbakoo’s, and how he ultimately decided to open his own location.  They discuss the ins and outs of franchising, and what the most important part of managing a team of employees is.  This episode might make you crave a burrito, but sit back and enjoy Ep. 005 of Living With Money! Continue reading

004 – Good Debt vs. Bad Debt

In Ep. 004, Tim and Tom break down the differences between “good debt” and “bad debt”.  However, it’s not always so black and white.  They break down the most universal types of debt: mortgages, car loans, student loans, credit card debt, small business loans, home equity loans, and more!  Each type of debt can be considered good or bad depending on the individual, so be sure to listen to this episode to decide whether or not these types of debt are good or bad for you! Continue reading

003 – Justin Castelli – RLS Wealth Management

In Ep. 003, Tim and Tom talk with Justin Castelli, the owner and founder of RLS Wealth Management in Fishers, IN.  The discussion centers around the benefits of financial planning, and educating the younger generations.  Justin says millennials and younger generations might need more financial planning help than ever, and touches on the importance of offering support to those people. Continue reading