A recent study says that more people making money in the house might NOT be the best route to more money. What if you had fewer people earning...can the math actually work out that you keep MORE money in your pocket? We'll discuss on today's show, featuring our guest contributor, Andy Hill from the Marriage, Family and Money podcast (and of course, the amazing Paula Pant from Afford Anything and hilarious Len Penzo from Len Penzo dot Com). In our headlines segment, we'll also talk about a new zen budgeting method called Kakebo. What's it about? Is it for you? We'll discuss.
In our FinTech Friday segment we chat with Warren Hogarth, from the award-winning Empower app. What's it all about? How can it help you manage money better? We'll talk budgeting, money tracking, and more on this free app on today's show.
We also answer someone's three-oh call for help to the Blooom hotline. On top of that, we'll also answer a letter from another listener, share Doug's trivia, and more.
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