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Money and Marriage Podcast
14 minutes | Sep 22, 2022
87 - The Three Most Common Things Couples Are Missing In Their Financial Plan
In this week's episode, I walk through the three most common things that are missing when I review a couple's financial situation and give you some tips on how to avoid making these mistakes. To learn more, pick up a copy of my new book, Marriage-Centered Money!
11 minutes | Sep 15, 2022
86 - What's In A Name?
What does "Marriage-Centered" Money mean? And what's the (somewhat entertaining) reason I was so hesitant to name my book Marriage-Centered Money? Find out more in this week's episode. Grab your copy of Marriage-Centered Money today: https://marriagecenteredmoney.com/book
13 minutes | Sep 8, 2022
85 - "I'm Embarrassed to Tell Her About It..."
Marriage-Centered Money is HERE! Grab your copy today: https://marriagecenteredmoney.com/book
12 minutes | Sep 1, 2022
84- The Unconscious Money Beliefs Behind Your Financial Conflicts
Marriage-Centered Money is meant to bridge the gap between the academically validated (but largely unactionable) content in the money and marriage space, and the all-action, "cookie cutter" financial guidance that is all too common in my industry. In today's episode, I share a key concept in the book that illustrates how Marriage-Centered Money sits in the middle. We're only one week away from the debut of Marriage-Centered Money - tune in next week to learn how to get a copy of the book for 50% off!
11 minutes | Aug 25, 2022
83 - "Our Financial Lives Are Getting More Complicated"
Managing money and making financial decisions is much harder after you get married. In this week's episode, we explore the implications of this reality and how to approach these challenges in your marriage. To learn more, read our new book Marriage-Centered Money, which will be available starting September 8th!
13 minutes | Aug 18, 2022
82 - "I'd Only Work With Her After She Gets Divorced"
What in the world drove this math nerd to sit down and write a book? In this episode, I share the story of the 2020 conversation that convinced me I needed to write Marriage-Centered Money. You can get your copy of the book starting on Thursday, September 8th!
12 minutes | Aug 11, 2022
81 - Five Episodes to Listen To Before Reading Marriage-Centered Money
We're doing something a little different with this week's episode. I've gone back through our archives and pulled "five" (really seven, but who's counting?) episodes you should re-listen to before our book Marriage-Centered Money comes out on September 8th.
18 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
80 - Five Financial Planning Lessons I Learned From Writing A Book
I wrote Marriage-Centered Money to teach important financial planning lessons to couples. I certainly wasn't expecting to learn so many lessons for myself during the process! In this week's episode, I share five big lessons I learned on my book publishing journey, and share how each of these lessons apply to your financial planning journey as well. And at long last, we are almost ready to share the publication date of the book! Tune into my Instagram @pacesetterplanning on Monday, August 8th to see the announcement!
12 minutes | Jul 28, 2022
79 - Should We Get a Prenup?
In this week's episode, we discuss a few scenarios where having a prenup (or postnup) might make sense.
13 minutes | Jul 21, 2022
78 - What Should I Be Doing With My Money *Right Now*? Part 2
It's only natural to wonder if there are specific changes you should make to your investments during times of market turbulence. While I recommend that you generally continue to manage investments based on your investment goals rather than current market conditions, there are two strategies I think are particularly good ones in the present given the current market. We discussed the first of these in this Episode 77, and will cover the second in this week's episode. To learn more about the opportunity discussed in this episode, head to https://www.treasurydirect.gov/indiv/products/prod_ibonds_glance.htm
16 minutes | Jul 14, 2022
77 - What Should I Be Doing With My Money *Right Now*? Part 1
It's only natural to wonder if there are specific changes you should make to your investments during times of market turbulence. While I recommend that you generally continue to manage investments based on your investment goals rather than current market conditions, there are two strategies I think are particularly good ones in the present given the current market. We discuss the first of these in this episode, and will cover the second in Episode 78.
12 minutes | Jul 7, 2022
76 - A Surprisingly Common Money & Marriage Red Flag
53% of people report behaviors associated with financial infidelity, but only 27% of people admit to committing financial infidelity. This gap suggests that there are a lot of marriages suffering from financial secrecy that are in some degree of denial about it. Tune into this week's episode to learn what financial infidelity is, why it's such a problem, and how to spot problematic money behaviors in your marriage.
13 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
75 - Do THIS to Get Unstuck
If you're feeling stuck financially and discouraged with your progress (or lack thereof) toward achieving your goals, tune into this week's episode to learn how to quickly jumpstart your family's financial progress.
16 minutes | Jun 23, 2022
74 - Drumroll, Please...
In this week's episode of the Money and Marriage Podcast, I'm finally sharing some key details about the publication of my first book. Tune in to be the first to know the book's title and when you'll be able to read it!
10 minutes | Jun 16, 2022
73 - It's Your In-Laws' Fault
What can Bruce Springsteen teach you about financial differences in your marriage? Tune into this week's episode of The Money and Marriage Podcast to find out!
19 minutes | Jun 9, 2022
72 - Five Current Trends in Money & Marriage (And What To Do About Them)
It's easy to see what's trendy when it comes to fashion, TV shows, and music, but with a taboo subject like money, it's a much different story. As a financial planner and a Certified Financial Therapist-Level I™ Practitioner, I am in a relatively unique position to understand the common themes and trends that are on couples' minds in 2022. And so, in this week's episode, I wanted to share the five most common things I'm seeing right now regarding how couples are managing their money together. I also provide strategies for how to handle the issues at hand for any of these trends that resonate with you and your spouse.
12 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
71 - NOBODY Is Asking Me About This Right Now!
Scarcely a day went by in 2021 when I wasn't asked about the topic of this week's episode. And nobody has asked me about this topic in the past several months. In this podcast, we discuss what this topic is, why it's important that nobody is asking about it right now, and how the implications of this affect the way you and your spouse manage money together. If you've ever had FOMO when it comes to your finances, this episode is for you.
12 minutes | May 26, 2022
70 - "He Became As Good A Man As the Good Old City Knew..."
The story I tell in this episode might be the last story you'd expect to hear right now... which, in my mind, is all the more reason to tell it! In this episode, we discuss three important perspectives you need to examine in order to make a positive, effective, and lasting financial change in your marriage. You have likely heard the story I share to illustrate this point, but you probably have never thought about it this way. Tune in to learn more!
14 minutes | May 19, 2022
69 - We're Back!
We're back! After a year's hiatus, I'm so excited to be back with new, weekly episodes of the Money and Marriage Podcast. In this episode, I take you behind the scenes to show you some of the exciting things I've been up to over the past year and set some expectations around what the podcast will look like going forward. I'm excited to be back with you each and every Thursday!
8 minutes | Apr 29, 2021
68 - Season 1 Finale!
Some good news and some bad news in this week's episode: The bad news: We will be pausing production of this podcast until the fall. The good news: You'll just have to tune into the episode to learn why! We'll be back with new episodes in the fall. In the meantime, the best way to keep in touch is on Instagram. We'll see ya soon!
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