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Tax refunds are fun to receive but could they be eating away at your long term wealth building?   Comment on YouTube Do you depend on your tax refund as a forced savings strategy?  You’re too likely to spend that money if it ends up in your bank account. So, you send it to the […] Read more

When you’re in a financial pinch, it’s easy to think making more money fixes everything. But even rich people often live paycheck to paycheck because of their spending habits. If you want a smart, stable financial future, you don’t have to double your income. Whether you’re making $40,000 a year or $400,000 a year, you […] Read more

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How does your financial destiny compare? It’s easy to get jealous on social media because it seems like everybody is sipping Mai Tai’s on the beach, financially independent and nobody cares that guac costs extra. Meanwhile, you’re saving your money, planning for emergencies and controlling your spending. But what if you’re actually better off? Most […] Read more

To get the wealth and freedom you deserve, you need to find your own path. In this episode, you’ll find  out how to keep too much advice from sabotaging your finances and ultimately your legacy. How do you build wealth and freedom?  who do you listen to? If you’ve ever researched personal finance or wealth […] Read more

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In a perfect world, you’d probably want yourself and all your loved ones to be wealthy and happy without worrying about money. Unfortunately, the world makes it easy to think you can either create positive experiences for yourself or for others—and that doing something for yourself takes away from the time you can impact others.  […] Read more

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If you’re under 45, your parent’s inheritance might not be part of your financial planning. That’s understandable. Inheritance is uncomfortable to think about and not an easy topic to bring up.The question is who is getting an inheritance.  You or someone else. But your financial future might just depend on the inheritance you’ll receive. Whether […] Read more

The most popular 22 year old is probably the Roth IRA but how does it measure up to Grandma’s strategy.  Today we help you find your right answer. You may be wondering how different your options are for setting money aside for the long-term future. We get it – we understand that it can all […] Read more

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Tim Austin has some lessons to share We’re back for part two of our interview with Tim Austin; the veteran of time-tested spending and saving strategies. Today, he shares 8 financial lessons that you can learn from Grandma’s Generation. Here Are The Show Highlights: A responsibility philosophy people mistakenly don’t understand (3:20) Learning from other […] Read more

Tim Austin is a veteran in the financial services industry. His passion was in helping parents solve their most immediate need – paying for their children’s college education while continuing to fund their lifestyle, pay off their home, and save for retirement. He’s a leading advocate of ‘old-fashioned’ spending and saving strategies – but don’t […] Read more

Learning how to save money is a big part of living a ‘rich life.’ Yet it’s not about just aimlessly tucking money away in a piggy bank under your bed! Instead, it’s about good goal setting and practical systems. Understanding how to save money correctly allows us to invest in the things we want in […] Read more

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