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Paychecks & Balances | Personal Finance & Career Advice for Millennials

Looking for a down-to-earth approach to personal finance and career advice? This funformative podcast will help you get it together financially and professionally without boring you to sleep. Join Rich & Marcus for upbeat discussions on work and money with a millennial spin. New episodes out every Tuesday. Got personal finance or career advice questions/topics you'd like us to cover? Email us at info@paychecksandbalances.com!
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Dec 27, 2016
Tis the season for Paychecks & Balances annual wrap-up! This has been an awesome year for us but it's all thanks to you! In 2016, we had our highest downloads, were recognized in the Black Voices in Business category of iTunes, attended FinCon2016 and in completely irrelevant news, Rich and I met in person for the first time! Yes, 2016 was a great year for P&B but it's only made us hungrier for more greatness, more dope content, more features, and more fan interaction and content that meets your wants and needs! We're looking forward to an even bigger and better year in 2017. Please join us and continue to support! In this wrap-up episode we discuss: 2016 - The Year in Review Our plans for 2017 world domination "Making it Rain on the Haters" Our upcoming #CreditChat with EXPERIAN ..and much, much more! Announcements: Be sure to join @PayBalances as we co-host #CreditChat put on by Experian. Experian is one of the largest credit bureaus in the United States! We're excited for this opportunity so please show your support on Twitter Wednesday, December 28, 2016 3pm EST as we discuss "Financial Goals 2017." Click here for details and more info. Take the first ever P&B Audience Survey today! Check out our new PATREON page! We’re raising funds to grow the show so we can create more great content that helps you get ahead professionally and financially. Debt Free Or Die Trying is out now! Cop it in that Amazon! Looking for more career development and debt freedom tips? Join our email list at PaychecksandBalances.com/email for exclusive content including show updates, digital giveaways, and more. We don’t spam. We just keeps it real. Yes, keeps. LIKE us on Facebook.com/PaychecksandBalances or follow us on Twitter @PayBalances and Instagram at the same name!
Dec 20, 2016
"It was all a dream. We used to read Word Up! Magazine..." Technically, none of that applies here since we actually met Wilson at FinCon2016, but it was a dream! After a great master mind conversation with Wilson and other like-minded individuals on the daunting financial future Millennials face and why ownership of our personal finance needs to increase, we knew we had to have him on the show. We weren't disappointed! This episode discusses: "A credit card is a plastic loan" Financial Infidelity and how you and your significant other can avoid it The unique investing "headwinds" Millennials need to consider for our generation Inflation and how it should impact your investment priorities, "Your dollar is less valuable tomorrow than it is today." Resources: Visit paychecksandbalances.com/wilson to get Wilson's free guides to conquering your 401K and giving yourself a 20% raise by maximizing your employee benefits! Announcements: Take the first ever P&B Audience Survey today! Check out our new PATREON page! We’re raising funds to grow the show so we can create more great content that helps you get ahead professionally and financially. Debt Free Or Die Trying is out now! Cop it in that Amazon! Looking for more career development and debt freedom tips? Join our email list at PaychecksandBalances.com/email for exclusive content including show updates, digital giveaways, and more. We don’t spam. We just keeps it real. Yes, keeps. LIKE us on Facebook.com/PaychecksandBalances or follow us on Twitter @PayBalances and Instagram at the same name!
Dec 13, 2016
This week we're humbled and happy to be joined by J.D. Roth, formerly of Get Rich Slowly, and now the mastermind behind MoneyBoss! JD is a true renaissance man -- a description I didn't quite make up but I feel doesn't get used enough so here we are -- having originally created Get Rich Slowly to share his progress and lessons learned as he dug his way out of over $35,000 in personal debt. JD started from the bottom while Drake was still wheeling around on Degrassi! He describes himself as an "accidental personal finance expert" aka a regular guy who found himself deep in debt. After tremendous growth and success, he was able to sell GRS. Now he has moved on to host MoneyBoss.com, a site that candidly shares advice on personal finance and money management. On our show he shares: How Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover helped JD develop his money management goals When used correctly, money can buy happiness The importance of developing a personal mission statement for focusing your core values and purpose Why you need a 'financial blueprint' for prioritizing where your money goes and how you can use it to overcome your natural personality type if you're naturally a 'Spender' or 'Saver' Tips for becoming your own money boss by establishing "You, Inc." The company where you begin viewing your actions and your life as a business rather than a serious of random events and happenstance, "Instead of assuming you’re a victim of circumstance, I assume that you are the master of your own fate." - JD Resources: Book: Your Money: The Missing Manual by J.D. Roth Book Recommendation: Your Money or Your Life Visit JD's MoneyBoss website for a free "how to" guide to create your Personal Mission Statement today! Announcements: Take the first ever P&B Audience Survey today! Check out our new PATREON page! We’re raising funds to grow the show so we can create more great content that helps you get ahead professionally and financially. Debt Free Or Die Trying is out now! Cop it in that Amazon! Looking for more career development and debt freedom tips? Join our email list at PaychecksandBalances.com/email for exclusive content including show updates, digital giveaways, and more. We don’t spam. We just keeps it real. Yes, keeps. LIKE us on Facebook.com/PaychecksandBalances or follow us on Twitter @PayBalances and Instagram at the same name!
Dec 6, 2016
We're joined by Latisha Styles of LatishaStyles.com and YoungFinances.com. Latisha specializes in helping Millennial entrepreneurs focus their goals so they can maximize their returns. Latisha doesn't just talk-the-talk, she walks the walk by relying on her own personal experience when she escaped the 9 to 5 Matrix and established her own successful business. A self-made entrepreneur, Latisha tells us about: - How the right mentors and coaches can help Millennials get ahead faster - The plan and books she used to pay off over $30,000 in personal debt - The journey she took to start a blog that eventually grew into her new full-time profession - Some tips you can use to take your first (low risk) steps into personal investing Announcements: Check out our new PATREON page! We’re raising funds to grow the show so we can create more great content that helps you get ahead professionally and financially. Debt Free Or Die Trying is out now! Cop it in that Amazon! Looking for more career development and debt freedom tips? Join our email list at PaychecksandBalances.com/email for exclusive content including show updates, digital giveaways, and more. We don’t spam. We just keeps it real. Yes, keeps. LIKE us on Facebook.com/PaychecksandBalances or follow us on Twitter @PayBalances and Instagram at the same name!
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