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About This Show
An award winning personal finance and investing podcast, Be Wealthy & Smart™ gets your money working harder for you, so you don't have to work so hard. Linda made $2 million at the age of 39 and shares her investing, business and financial knowledge with you. Linda speaks in plain english and has a fresh and different approach (hint: wealth building is NOT about frugality). Listen to one podcast and you might have to binge listen to the rest! Money moves in cycles and peaks in bubbles. Learn practical things you can do to avoid mistakes and build your wealth. Whether you are just beginning your wealth building journey or have been investing for years, Be Wealthy & Smart™ is looking out for you and is your trusted source for wealth building information. Get "11 Quick Financial Tips to Boost Your Wealth" at http://lindapjones.com.Read more »
Most Recent Episode
5 Reasons to Become a Good Saver
1 day ago
Learn why it's important to have more cash available and what to do with it. Step 2 of the “6 Steps to Wealth” is Save a Nestegg. I’m talking about having cash available. You should become a good saver because: 1. It is a good financial habit. You are less likely to have financial trouble if you are good at saving. 2. You have an emergency fund available. Should anything happen that was unexpected, you have cash available to pay for it and won’t have to use credit cards with high interest rates. 3. It gives you options. If you save a lot of money you can choose to invest and grow it such as in an IRA or pay cash for a car or put a healthy downpayment on a home. You need capital to invest. (Almost 40% of people put less than 10% down on a home purchase. That means you have PMI payments until you reach a 20% down payment). 4. There is an opportunity cost to your money. Warren Buffett has said he doesn’t want a mansion because he realizes how much more his money will grow (compound) to when it is invested instead of sitting in home equity. 5. You can pay cash for travel and take advantage of good deals, such as discounted assets at auction or fire sales of others who are desperate for cash. If you want to take a cruise or go to Hawaii, save enough money first! You don’t want to pay for a vacation with money you don’t have, then have interest on your credit cards to pay it back. If you make a late payment on a certain credit card for example, your interest rate can be 29%! Of course, you want to be a long-term saver for retirement, education and larger expenses like a new roof. Get in the habit of saving FIRST, then spending. Reverse the habit many have of spending money you don’t have, only to have to pay it back with high interest and be drowning in debt. Please subscribe and leave me a review on iTunes or Stitcher Radio. Connect with me on social media at Twitter and IG @Lindapjones and Facebook @lindapjonesfanpage. Read more »
Episodes of This Show
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Rated 5 out of
Truly life-changing podcast
This is such a great show. Linda's 6 Steps To Wealth, her info on economic cycles & how to recognize when an economic bubble is nearing it's peak are the closest thing to an actual 'formula' for becoming wealthy that I've ever heard. And she uses plain English and explains things very well. There's so much useful info in this show that I've had to start writing it down in spreadsheets so I can remember it all (yes, really). I'm so grateful to Linda for sharing this info & so glad that I found this podcast.
Date published: 2017-08-28
Rated 5 out of
Nice to remember long term on Brexit madness day!
This podcast is a great reminder that growth and wealth are not built on one day's work or earnings. I hadn't thought of reviewing trends this way but it gives me hope for the markets and investing.
Date published: 2016-06-24
Rated 5 out of
Heavy dosage of financial wisdom to feed your soul
Linda is a generous wealth empowerment coach who helps you unpack all the data you need to become a proactive and informed investor. She leaves no financial stone unturned.
Date published: 2017-09-06