How I got 0% on all my credit cards and car loans

How I got 0% on all my credit cards and car loans

okay this lesson is going to be an extra-credit lesson and I’m gonna talk a little bit about how we got a zero percent rate on all of our credit card debt as well as our car loans and it’s a little bit of a hack that we use and just like the lesson on

5 Biblical Financial Principles Every Christian Should Know!

5 Biblical Financial Principles Every Christian Should Know!

All right, in this video we’re going to talk about five Bible verses about money that I think every Christian should know. These are five that have had deep impact in my life and I pray that they have the same in yours as well, and if we haven’t met, my name is Bob Lotich,

How to Raise Kids Who Are Smart About Money

How to Raise Kids Who Are Smart About Money

Everyone knows that the earlier you learn a language, the easier it is to master. Learning a foreign language at four takes a lot less effort than learning one at forty. The same holds true with managing your money. I can tell you this from personal experience. I grew up in a home where the

3 Things Society Doesn’t Want You To Know About Money

3 Things Society Doesn’t Want You To Know About Money

– Well I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but society has been lying to you about your money. And as your money BFF, I’m here to make sure that you know the truth. (upbeat pop music) Listen guys, society is not always going to tell you truth. Yep, you’re going to hear

How to Teach Your Kids About Money

How to Teach Your Kids About Money

– When your kids are born, they are so cute, but then they grow up and want money. So this episode is all about teaching your kids about money. (upbeat music) Well, hey you guys! I’m so excited about this episode, because it’s all about you, your kids, and, of course, money. That’s right, we’re

Social Security Won’t Give You Security

Social Security Won’t Give You Security

If you’re counting on Social Security to finance your retirement, you’re in for a big surprise—and not the good kind. Let me give you two reasons why. One: Social Security is going broke. And, two: Even if it weren’t going broke, it couldn’t possibly cover the cost of a decent retirement. Let’s look at these

Mary Hunt: Debt-Proof Living Strategies and Tips [AUDIO]

Mary Hunt: Debt-Proof Living Strategies and Tips [AUDIO]

thank you for joining me on another edition of the SeedTime Living Podcast I’m your host Bob Lotich and I am thrilled that you are here today with us and I am also really thrilled that I get to bring on one of my role models I’ve looked up to for years and who has

The Debt Pinball // The Debt Snowball’s Thug Cousin

The Debt Pinball // The Debt Snowball’s Thug Cousin

Hey everyone and welcome back to Digging Out of Debt with Lanette and today I’m going to be talking about something that I refer to as the Debt PINball. If you’re aware of Dave Ramsey’s plan you know that baby step 2 is pay off all debt and how you do that is through the

How we paid off our debt (case study)

How we paid off our debt (case study)

we’re gonna talk about how you can pay off your debt and how you can do it really quickly and in this video I’m gonna take you to an interview I did with one of our students who paid off $22,000 in less than nine months and I love hearing stories like this and so

Should you invest while in debt?

Should you invest while in debt?

should you be investing while you are in debt and there’s no black and white answer here but I want to look at four different things you should consider if you were thinking about investing but you actually have some debt and this actually is a question that came from a reader the other day