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 […]

In Just 21 Months This Couple Paid Off $106,000 Worth Of Debt

Madison and Sky McClure paid off 106,000 worth of debt in only 16 months. Here's how!

Be sure to check out our show sponsor Everyday Life for all of your life insurance needs. I firmly believe that a couple coming together and uniting around common goals creates one of the strongest forces there is. After talking with Sky and Madison McClure, I’m even more convinced of this. One day, Madison- who […]

How I Went From Poverty To $100k In 6 Years

Back in 2012, I found myself broke, unemployed, and without a stable place to live. It was quite honestly rock bottom for me even though I had already grown up in extreme poverty. My mother tried her best to shield me from the situation as a kid. But as a 23 year old adult, I […]

7 Ways To Keep Money From Ruining Your Marriage

Tips on how to keep money from ruining your marriage and ending money fights.

It’s no secret that money is the leading cause of divorce these days. And I’ll admit that my wife and I have had our fair share of money fights as well. When we got married, we both were broke as heck. I mean we were on our honeymoon of all places when we totaled up […]

9 Easy Ways To Boost Your Net Worth Before 30

Learn 9 ways one man was able to reach a 6-figure net worth before his 30th birthday.

Today is my 30th birthday. I remember turning 20 thinking how far away this day seemed. As I reflect back over the last decade, it feels like that day was just yesterday. Seriously how does time seem to move faster as we get older? It’s crazy! I don’t want to go all philosophical on ya, […]

Life Insurance: What To Get & How Much

Life insurance is not something most people want to even think about in their 20’s. And I get it…Insurance in general can be confusing as hell. Plus when you’re 20-something that feeling of invincibility can lead you to believe that you can get around to buying life insurance later. However, life insurance is a crucial […]

Travel Hacking: How We Take Free Trips…and How You Can Too

How to start travel hacking and take your dream vacation for free

Today is the day there will be a major pivot on this blog going forward. If you know our story, you know that we paid off $61,000 worth of debt in only 16 months. (Long story short: we realized we were broke on our honeymoon then bossed up and paid off our debt) After paying […]

4 Simple Wealth-Building Habits You Need To Master

Looking to develop good money habits but confused onwhere to start? Here are the 4 basic money habits everybody should master.

Over the years, I’ve learned that building solid wealth-building habits is actually pretty simple. That’s not to say things are always easy though. And I mean yeah certain parts can seem overwhelming at first. Especially when you’re just trying to find simple solutions for your money problems. Not to mention there are just so many […]

30 Money Goals To Hit Before 30

30 FINANCIAL GOALS YOU NEED TO MAKE SURE YOUHIT BEFORE TURNING 30

So as I go into the last month of my 20’s, I’ve spent a lot of time reflecting on some of the choices I made during the last decade. I made a lot of financial mistakes like: Going into credit card debt Overdrafting my account more than I can remember Financing a brand new car […]

Should You Focus On Spending Less Or Earning More?

Should you focus on saving more money by spending less or finding ways to make more money

Man oh man! It’s time to jump into a topic that’s always a little controversial in the money world. The question is: is it more important to spend less money or make more money? Now I gotta preface this post by saying that I completely get the extreme examples on both sides of the spectrum. […]