Every Sunday I’ll welcome a new guest to discuss personal finance, life abroad, travel, and a variety of other topics.
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Ep. 7 – 7/25/10: Money Tips for 20-Somethings with MD from Studenomics
I’m joined by one of my favorite bloggers, MD from Studenomics, to discuss how twenty-somethings can best attack and take control of their money. MD also talks about his personal finance site for the under-25 crowd.
Ep. 6 – 7/11/10: Travel Stories & Tips from a World Traveler
FF reader, SA, shares her stories and tips from vacationing, studying, and working abroad in countries like Italy, Guatemala, New Zealand, and England.
Ep. 5 – 7/4/10: PerkStreet Financial’s Rewards Checking with CEO Dan O’Malley
Dan introduces us to the debit card that works for you, giving customers 2% back on all non-pin debit purchases. We also talk about the future of his company and personal banking.
Ep. 4 – 6/27/10: Money & Relationships with Elle from Couple Money
Elle shows us how important it is to be honest in our relationship about our finances. We also discuss frugal dates and her site, Couple Money.
Ep. 3 – 6/20/10: Dave Ramsey & Money Education with Joe Plemon from Personal Finance by the Book
Joe is helping his community with personal finance in a variety of ways. We talk about the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University course and how he gives back to his community through money education.
Ep. 2 – 6/16/10: Travel Tips with Erik Hajek from the web comic Clint Pidgewood
Erik shares his favorite frugal travel tips from planning to airlines to destinations. We also discuss Erik’s new web comic.
Ep. 1 – 6/8/10: Egypt, Life Abroad, and PF Blogging with Forest Parks from Frugal Zeitgeist
Forest talks about living in Egypt, the inconsistency of personal finance in Cairo, and the benefits of a minimilist lifestyle on your savings.