The Money Peach Podcast

Episode 031: School Teacher Pays Off $44k in 1 Year

My Guest on the Show… I bring on Melinda from Seattle to talk about paying down $44k in a single year. Melinda is a single mom and elementary school teacher who had initially contacted me in January 2016 with an idea to get rid of her debt as quickly as possible. And…a year later she…

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Episode 030: Firefighter Sells $30 Million in Real Estate on his ‘Days Off’

My Guest on the Show… Ben Arredondo – Firefighter and Founder of The Envision Real Estate Team in Phoenix, Arizona. For those of you who didn’t know, I am not only the founder/creator of Money Peach Blog, Money Peach Podcast, and Awesome Money Course, I am also a full-time firefighter in Phoenix, Arizona. I mention this because my…

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Episode 029: How to Interview Your Next Financial Advisor

On the show today: By end of the show, you are going to have an incredible understanding of how financial advisors are paid, common fees you can expect, and what you should not be paying for at all. My Guest on the Show… “Seth” – my very own financial advisor comes on the show to…

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Episode 028: Payment Shock and ‘Oh Crap!’ Mortgage Mistakes

On the show today: Carrie Weinberg – the very first winner of the Money Peach 500 Challenge. She talks about her experience with saving $500 in a month and what she plans to do with the $500 she saved AND the $500 cash she just won!   “The mortgage is one of the most complex…

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Finally: A Cash Back App for Your Retirement Funds

  Today on the show I bring on Jose Anaya from the fintech startup company, Evoshare. Evoshare is a cash back site very similar to eBates. However, instead of receiving a check in the mail with eBates, Evoshare deposits your cash back into your retirement funds or towards your student loan. The reason why I like Evoshare…

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Episode 026: Why Car Leasing is a HUGE Mistake

Today’s episode is absolute full of it. I start us off with a little rant on celebrities and their opinions, millennials drinking coffee for retirement and my problem with the latte factor. Next we we jump right into a GREAT question from a listener on leasing cars. Have you ever wondered why every car commercial…

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Episode 025: Teach Your Teens About Money…Or They Will Live in Your Basement Forever

There is a moment in life when your teenager assumes they apparently know everything under the sun. However, you still aren’t done trying to teach them about the one thing that will have a tremendous effect on every aspect of their lives: money. This is exactly why I put together the 7 things you MUST…

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Episode 023: Navigating Your Way through the Health Insurance World

Today on the show I bring on an expert on health insurance and most importantly: The Affordable Care Act. My guest, Jennifer Fitzgerald, is the CEO of PolicyGenius, by far the best website I have come across in regards to health insurance, life insurance, long term disability insurance, and finding the best policy for you….

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Episode 022: Getting Started as an Uber and Lyft Driver

Have you ever wondered about becoming a driver for Uber or Lyft? Good News! I was able to sit down with one of the most respected gurus in the field of ridesharing, Harry Campbell from therideshareguy.com. Harry has been featured in the NY Times, Business Insider, Forbes, and just recently was featured in Reddit as…

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Episode 021: 7 Ways to Avoid the Christmas Walk of Shame

  The Christmas Walk of Shame is a long, drawn out process. It involves you overspending to the point where you are still paying off your last Christmas splurge in August the next year. Instead of becoming another rat in the wheel for banks and retailers, I go over the 7 things you should be…

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Episode 020: Teen Entrepreneur: From Dog Collars to Dollars

Money comes from work. This week I interview Brooklyn, a teenpreneur who decided to start her own business at age 14. Here business is called Tropigear where she sells custom handmade dog collars, cat collars, and coats for half the price as the big box retailers. Next time you’re thinking of spending money on your…

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Episode 019: Top 7 Online Shopping Hacks

  More people will shop online for Christmas this year than ever before. Before you shop, you must know these 7 online shopping hacks to add more money back into your wallet and less money into the online shopping cart. Bonus: My favorite Christmas song and a tiny rant at the end!   The first…

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Episode 018: How We Spend $32.5 Billion in Overdraft Fees

The problem isn’t the overdraft fees, the problem is you and I. Today I share a sneaky little trick the banks are using to hit you hard when you overdraft. I also show you how to avoid these fees and then finish up with a rant that you’ll be sure to enjoy! The first step…

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EP 017: A Better Plan than Obamacare with Health Sharing

  Monthly healthcare premiums inside the Affordable Care Act will increase 20% – 176% on average depending on where you live. The good news: you have a much better option with health share plans. In this episode, I interview an expert from a health sharing ministry to explain how they work, how you can save,…

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EP 016: You Tip Everyone Else, Why Not Yourself?

Struggling to save money? I have you covered this week with an interview from Mike Lenz who is the founder of the App TIP YOURSELF. Mike says, “You tip everyone else but why not tip yourself?” Instead coming up short each month with setting aside a little cash, Mike will walk us through the step-by-step…

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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…

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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…

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