Clifton Corbin RFC®, MBA, is a passionate financial literacy advocate, author, experienced business consultant, and a registered financial consultant. With over two decades of experience as a business consultant, he shifted gears from his two-decade-long business consulting career to become a full-time stay-at-home dad. This new path spurred him to author “Your Kids, Their Money” a book providing parents with the know-how and strategies to impart financial literacy to their children.
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Today we are excited to have Rachel Cruze to talk to us about practical money wisdom for parents. She is the daughter of David Ramsey and the author of Know Yourself, Know Your Money. Rachel teaches us how to develop self-awareness around money, discover why we handle money the way do, and make spending and saving an open, stress-free topic in the household.
Get ready to understand yourself and know your money!
You might think that only accountants or finance geniuses can figure out how to retire early, but this is not true. Our guest today retired at the age of 41!
Chris Mamula shares his super simple financial independence tactics to help you put your wealth-building on autopilot.
Financial issues are one the biggest causes of divorce. Not only do money problems make life stressful, they can lead to conflicts that can damage a marriage and destroy a family. But what if you could take a few, simple steps right now to totally change your money situation? Today, we talk about money and your marriage and how you can make budgeting decisions with your spouse easily and argument-free.
Financial freedom is something we all dream of. Imagine being able to live life on our terms and have enough money to do all the things we want to do. What if we could teach our kids how to set themselves up to be millionaires too? Grant Sabatier is back to show us how financial freedom is possible for parents and their kids with a new mindset for money!
The holidays are here and so is the holiday stress. We’re supposed to be enjoying the holidays, but instead we dread it.
But what if we approached holidays differently?