How To Save More Money By Negotiating Your Bills

Monthly bills are a part of life. But needing to have certain bills doesn’t mean that we have no voice in how much we pay for the services we use. You can take an active role in saving more money this year by calling the companies you do business with and asking them to lower […]

Pursuing F.I.R.E. After Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps With Corey

Corey, known as Fire.In.Beantown on Instagram, and his wife, Heather, paid off over $94,000 in 34 months. As of today, they are pursuing F.I.R.E., which stand for Financial Independence, Retire Early, and have built up a 6-figure net worth. In this episode of The Wealthy Neighbors Show, we talk about their journey. Listen below: Key […]

The Only 2 Money Resolutions You Need In 2020

As you close out one year and look towards the next, you may have a resolved to finally get your finances in order by saving more money, paying off debt, or finally starting to invest. Those are fantastic goals, however, most of us usually have ditched our resolutions by February. And instead of trying to […]

This PhD Grad Is Delivering Groceries To Pay Off Student Loans

This PhD Grad Delivers Groceries as A Side HUstle To Pay Off Her Student Loan Debt. Listen to her story about side hustling here.

Side hustles are a great way to earn some extra cash to reach your financial goals. In this week’s episode of The Wealthy Neighbors Show, I’m joined by Dr Shana Green who side hustles using Instacart and YouTube to pay off her student loan debt. Listen below as we talk about how Shana dealt with […]

How To Get On The Same Page As Your Spouse With Money

Learn how to get on the same page as your spouse with money to help end money fights in marriage

We all know that money fights are one of the leading causes of divorce. So why is it that so many couples struggle to get on the same page when it comes to managing money? There are many reasons, however, I believe a big part of the problem lies in how we communicate with one […]

How Childhood Poverty Influenced My Finances As An Adult

The lessons we learn early in life can shape our worldview on a lot of different topics- including money. In this episode, I go all the way back to my childhood and share how growing up in poverty helped shape some of the financial choices I made early in adulthood. Take a listen below:

Building Wealth While Raising Kids With Liz Carroll

Episode 6 of the Wealthy Neighbors Show

 Be sure to check out our show sponsor Everyday Life for your life insurance needs.   Is it possible to build enough wealth to retire early while raising kids? I definitely believe so and today’s guest has actually done it. Liz Carroll of Mindful Money Coaches joins me today to discuss how she was able […]

Using Geoarbitrage To Reach Your Money Goals With Amanda Williams

On Episode 6 of The Wealthy Neighbors Show, I talk to Amanda WIlliams who is using geoarbitrage to reach her retirement goals earlier than usual. Listen to the episode here.

Be sure to check out our show sponsor Everyday Life for all of your life insurance needs! Could you move across the country to save money if it meant reaching your life goals sooner? That’s what today’s guest, Amanda Williams of DebtFreeInSunnyCa, did recently. Amanda and her husband, Josh, left California for Austin, TX to […]

This Military Family Paid Off $105,000 On One Income. Here’s How

Tancy Campbell joins host Michael Lacy on The Wealthy Neighbors Show to discuss paying off $105k in debt on one income.

Check out our show sponsor Everyday Life for your life insurance needs! I’ve encountered people who believe that you need two very high incomes with no kids in order to become debt-free. However, on today’s episode of The Wealthy Neighbors Show, we talk about paying off debt on one income while raising kids. Tancy Campbell […]

How Travis Shelton Paid Off $236,000 in 4.5 Years

Interviewing Travis Shelton on The Wealth Neighbors Show to talk about him paying off $236,000 worth of debt in 4.5 years.

Sometimes in life we are faced with what may feel like a lose-lose situation. I know I’ve had a few myself. Today, I’m welcoming Travis Shelton into the neighborhood to talk about how he used an unfortunate situation at work to motivate him to not only pay off $236,000 worth of debt, but, ultimately, save […]