Identity theft is rampant and out of control. It’s not a matter of if. It’s a matter of when. Arm yourself with everything you need to know about identity theft in this episode.
Today we have an exclusive 90-minute Dad Edge Alliance Q&A with Grant Sabatier. He is here to transform your perspective about finance and talk about optimizing your personal relationship with money.
Grant Sabatier is the founder of MillennialMoney.com and is financially free at the age of thirty-five. He says that the “old school” narrative is obsolete and is with us to talk about his book Financial Freedom: A proven path to all the money you will ever need.
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Ryan Enk from CashflowDadlife is back on the show for Part 2 of our series on how to start investing in real estate with little money and no experience.
Ryan helps people achieve financial freedom in one year or less using creative, under-the-radar real estate investment strategies that have huge money-making potential.
Today we talk about how to conquer the fear mindset when real estate investing, how knowledge decreases our investment risk, and how to make the most of the unknown and untapped financial resources that we all have available to us.
Ryan also tells us about his new book, The 7 Day Real Estate Survival Blueprint. The moves Ryan shares in this episode might make your head explode a little bit, so make sure you download it to listen again later.
In our previous episode, John Lanza, author of The Art of Allowance, shared some ideas about kids and allowance that probably made a lot of us scratch our heads. The ideas may seem crazy at first, but they work in unexpected ways. Listen to what happened when I implemented these money-smart habits with two of my kids.
What’s the right way to teach our kids about money? How do we create a system for chores and allowance that works? How do we show them to save and spend wisely? Today’s show is all about how to raise-money empowered kids, and you might be surprised at the tips listed in this episode with The Art of Allowance author, John Lanza.