The Scott Alan Turner Show | Get Out of Debt Faster, Save More Money, Retire Rich
About This Show
As a former money moron who’s made most of the money mistakes a person can make, Scott is now part of the F.I.R.E. community (Financially Independent, Retired Early) and spends his time helping others get ahead in life. In a world of get-rich-quick schemes, sincere advice that is sincerely wrong, and financial pied pipers trying to separate you from your money, Scott shows people how to become financial rock stars. Simple advice guaranteed to improve your finances, your business, and your life, brought to you by someone who’s lived the paycheck-to-paycheck lifestyle and then became a self-made millionaire at age 35.
In the words of one of our listeners: “Less than 3 minutes in, I was hitting pause and taking notes. Love the show. I seemed to have discovered the show at the perfect time, as the message was exactly what I needed to hear. Who doesn’t want to get out of debt, save more money, and retire early?"
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Topics: Scott lays out the things people of all ages should do to build and protect their retirement savings. - Lori disagrees with me on getting term insurance for a stay-at-home parent. - Alex is 16 years old and wants some saving tips. - Erica asks if foreclosures and short sells are the most affordable way to accomplish purchasing rental properties. - Neal has a bunch of student loan debt and asks if he should pay it off before investing. - Viko is checking into trading FOREX. - Lucas (SoCal) has a debt payoff plan but is concerned about not having an emergency fund during the 3-year payoff. - Elon Musk isn't as smart as people make him out to be. - Zach (Silicone Valley) is 30 and paid off $50,000 in debt! - How much is enough? Links mentioned on the show: Please share the show by texting http://GetFR.com to 3 people.
Rated 5 out of
Real Advice for Real People!
I have been a fan of his for a little while now and I submitted a question and he went above and beyond to answer it in a way that makes personal finance easy. He is about simplicity and in the shows I listened to he is great at taking complex problems and simplifying them to work to become successful at personal finance in a world where it is so easy to just borrow borrow borrow.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 5 out of
It is one show for everyone as finance is an integral part of our life.The show talks about the practical ways one can make investments, reduce debts , plan for savings for retirement etc.I loved the way the show is structured as in it is interactive where the listener can post a question and it get answered with proper advise. This is the cherry on the cake.Thanks @Mykitaabcast
Date published: 2016-02-07
Rated 3 out of
I wanted to like this, but didn't really
It's okay. I've listen to a bunch of episodes but haven't learned anything I didn't already know from other podcasts or resources. Scott does this high squeaky thing with his voice **a lot** and it's really annoying and makes the podcast tough to listen to. And the fake commercials aren't funny.
Date published: 2016-12-22