Anna Newell Jones was nearly $24,000 in debt and decided it was time to change. In 15 months she paid off EVERYTHING and changed her life. How? She’s on today’s show sharing ideas from her new book, A Spender’s Guide to Debt-Free Living.
Also we discuss the new $20 bill (glad it wasn’t the $100 that changed!), answer your questions on the Quotacy Hotline about SnapChat financial advice, and letters on buying a house, talking to the family about money, and more (if you know what I mean).
We also find out, awkwardly, that Joe’s name is now a safe word. Yeah….
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- Harriet Tubman To Be Added To $20 Bill (Wall Street Journal)
- Robo Consolidation Creates Advisor Value (Financial Planning)
<9:42>Anna Newell Jones: The Spender’s Guide To Debt Free Living (from Broke to Badass)
Anna’s site: AndThenSheSaved.com
- If Doug had EVERY note and coin in circulation, how much money would he have?
- Why spend hours with a cheesy salesman when in minutes you can find out how much insurance you need AND get quotes from 17 of the largest companies? Check out Quotacy.com for life and disability insurance.
- Greg: How would you talk about money if you only had a few seconds?
- Greg has a SnapChat show called CashChatSnap
- Robert – In training for a new job – looking to move to Dallas and buy a house. Thoughts?
- Chris – How to get the family on board with talking about money?
- Scott – Using Joe’s name has his new safety word for his S&M parties….and more.
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How about BORING investments for the win! What boring investments do Len, Greg & Paula like? We’ll tackle a bunch on Friday’s podcast!
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