The idea that I can sit behind a microphone and share content that helps people get better with money so they can chase after their dreams is pretty amazing. In this weeks episode we talk about when and how to buy a house, the danger of student loans, and of course the dancing sharks on the Super Bowl half time show.
Jeff Jack – Till My Lungs Give Out – Blackwatch Sessions
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How awesome was that Superbowl?!
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Questions from the Internet
1. We’re looking at buying a house when our lease is up in 16 months. We also have about $12,000 in credit card debt. Is it best to split between putting money in savings for a down payment and paying off debts, or pay minimums on debt and stick as much in savings as possible?
2. How do I effectively establish a concrete plan to earn extra money without causing my family to be upset with the lost time in exchange for the extra money?
Tim Qualls – Vain
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From the Blog (13:23)
Student Loans Steal Dreams
The Joke of the Week
What do you call a sketchy Italian neighborhood?
Question of the Week
What was your favorite part of this years Super Bowl? Was it the game? A specific commercial? The people on Twitter live tweeting the game? The half time show? Tell me your favorite Super Bowl moment in the comments below or hit me up on Twitter @caseynlewis. I’ll read some of my favorite on the show next week.
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