Chris Petrie

How Health Share Programs Will Save You Thousands on Health Care This Year

How Health Share Programs Will Save You Thousands on Health Care This Year

Just in case you haven’t checked into the new premiums and deductibles released for 2017, they are now officially unaffordable for the middle class. A good friend of mine in Phoenix, Arizona contacted me and said this: I just looked up a quote for our family of five on the open exchange and was only […]

Episode 014: Making the Big Bucks at Age 10

Episode 014: Making the Big Bucks at Age 10

  This week on the podcast, I had the pleasure to interview one of America’s future millionaires – a 10-year-old entrepreneur named Caleb. With a little help from Dad, Caleb started learning key financial principles about life at age 4 and now has a better understanding than some of the 30 years olds I meet […]

Episode 013: How to Make Money as a Freelance Writer

Episode 013: How to Make Money as a Freelance Writer

    This week on the Money Peach Podcast, I am interviewing Holly and Greg Johnson from the award winning blog ClubThifty.com. Holly and Greg started their blog in 2012 with their motto: “Stop Spending. Start Living“. When they started their blog, they were both working the corporate America 9-5 when they began to realize….they […]

Freelance Writing: The Ideal Side Hustle for Anyone

Freelance Writing: The Ideal Side Hustle for Anyone

Today’s post is from one of my favorite people in the personal finance writing space – Holly Johnson from Club Thrifty. Holly is an award winning freelance writer and has been featured in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Kiplinger, The Simple Dollar, and the Huffington Post. Since starting as a freelance writer […]

Money Peach TV Episode 012: The Opportunity Cost Formula

Money Peach TV Episode 012: The Opportunity Cost Formula

EP012 The Opportunity COST FREE LIVE TRAINING Have you ever heard the financial world say something like this: “How much is that cup premium cup of coffee actually costing you?” or “You need to start paying attention to the Latte Factor” These are both great examples of what the finance world calls the opportunity cost, […]

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