It’s a new year so we’re doing new things! In this episode Casey answers questions about taxes, insurance, and various financial goals you should have in 2016.
In this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast we answer questions about Roth IRA’s & Traditional IRA’s, how to stand out when you interview for a job, what to do if you think you’re going to lose your job.
It never fails that during Christmas season I freak out about who to put on my gift list and what I’m going to buy them. Some people just naturally know what to buy for their friends and family, but I’m not one of those people. I procrastinate. I think about what they’d like entirely too
Paying off debt is important and utilizing a lower interest rate to reach that goal is a good idea, as long as you follow some key rules first. Otherwise it will ruin your get out of debt plan. In this video I explain why consolidation is dangerous and how you can responsibly use credit card
It’s time for an upgrade! Or, maybe you need to get rid of that nice car with a payment and go buy you a cash car junker while you work to get out of debt. Whatever the reason, you need to sell your car you currently own in order to purchase the next one. When it
On this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast, Casey answers questions about real estate, mortgages, and career transitions. He’s also answering questions live on Periscope this week at 1:00pm Central on the username @caseynlewis. Show Sponsor: Chris: “We’re thinking about selling our house. What do we need to do to get ready?” Janeene: We’re in
On this episode of The Casey Lewis Podcast, Casey answers 3 questions from the internet. One is about credit consolidation, another is about teaching kids about money, and the third is about auto finance. Also, if you have a question you’d like to have on the show, Casey will be on Periscope at 1:00pm Central
If Black Friday has taught us anything about the human race it’s that we’ll fight to the death over that last $9.99 toaster oven at Walmart. Okay, so you probably avoid the chaos that surrounds the Friday after a day of giving thanks for the blessings you already have. But the days between Thanksgiving and December