March 3, 2017
On this episode – YouTube offering new TV package for $35 monthly, why Jim thinks everyone should own a small amount of Bitcoin, Android TV boxes, considering a working retirement?, why home inspections are important for home buyers, and the tried and true way to build wealth.
January 27, 2016
On this episode – Why cash flow is better than a big savings account, save 50 percent by building your own Amazon Echo, how to profit from the collapse of the Euro, lenders are now looking at your social media account when deciding on loans, how to prevent your tax refund from being stolen, and what are the 10 words that should not be in your resume?
December 22, 2016
On this episode – Should you be worried about mortgage rates rising? Why it is important to monitor population trends where you live. Resources for free tax preparation. Are timeshare exit firms legit or just another scam on poor timeshare buyers? Best things to buy after Christmas, and fake lawsuit scams keep going and going.
October 29, 2016
On this episode Jim and Bob discuss the major myths about credit repair, smart money moves that can raise your credit score, and the best value in self defense gadgets today.
September 29, 2016
On this episode Jim discusses the results of his daughter buying a car through an new online car buying service called Carvana, Bob shares his thoughts on the viability of home storage IRAs, and we also weigh in on the question of how to decide if you should pull your money out of the stock market.
September 1, 2016
On this episode Jim discusses a new way to use the Internet to buy cars, Bob discusses a new payment options for credit cards, and a Harvard professor wants to eliminate cash.
August 25, 2016
On this episode Jim discusses why he recently joined AFLAC, the rising popularity of digital content, and Bob shares how some people are retiring aboard cruise ships.
July 29, 2016
On this episode – Jim shares the number one question he is being asked lately, and he answers it. Bob brings two topics to this episode – workplace benefits are on the decline, and how pricey weddings are costing guests big bucks.
July 10, 2016
On this episode – Hillary Clinton wants to enact a Bernie Sanders style education plan that would include 100% free college, why the present low mortgage rates are such good news and have a positive impact on multiple areas of your personal finance, and why locking in a trip based on a great airfare alone might be a huge mistake.
June 17, 2016
Double podcast video episode. Jim and Bob discuss the sharp rise of Bitcoin and how to get in. Also, another digital currency making great gains called Ethereum. You can watch the video online by Clicking Here.
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May 26, 2016
On this episode – how to tighten up your resume for your job search, the government puts auto title loans in its sights, and how can a survey of your biggest financial regrets help you?
May 24, 2016
On this episode – how to save time at the airport by enrolling in TSA pre-check, when it makes sense financially to replace your central heat and air unit, and how to cut your electric bill while staying cool this summer.
May 2, 2016
On this episode – Rock star Prince dies without a Will, how to protect the elderly from financial fraud, and 15 year mortgages well below 3 percent.
April 29, 2016
On this episode – franchises for under $10,000, should you save for retirement or pay off debts, and Bitcoin nearing $500 in value.
April 7, 2016
On this episode – The shocking report that 40% of those with student loans are not making payments, the top IRS audit flags, and tips on picking a tax preparer.
April 7, 2016
On this episode – Jim and his wife purchased an Internet travel package for $1,600. The trip included round trip airfare to Italy, a rental car, hotel, and breakfast each day. But, what happened on this trip and are Internet travel packages really worth it? A complete review of the trip, with Jim’s tips on how to make a dream trip like this possible within your budget, and one scam he was confronted with on his journey.
March 3, 2016
On this episode – Three states where the price of real estate is becoming ridiculously cheap, Do you really need $1 million dollars to retire?, And making money in one of today’s hottest niches – firearms training and instruction.
February 18, 2016
On this episode – One medical test you DO NOT want to agree to when applying for life insurance, 3 time management secrets for the self employed, and one retirement scenario most people are not saving enough for.
February 4, 2016 On this episode – Thousands of seasonal jobs open up – we tell you where, an old strategy that you can use to get free groceries, and a game changer coming to your Facebook page.
Click here to download… January 15, 2016 On this episode – A new website that uncovers amazingly low airfares, new low cost and free home security options, and how debt can affect your dating life.
Click here to download… December 19, 2015
On this episode – The importance of understanding the difference between a certified check and a cashier’s check. The increasing risk of attending a for profit college, and is it really possible to retire young (and what will it take to do so)?
Click here to download… December 4, 2015
On this episode – Jim discusses his recent experience signing up to be an extra for several TV programs. Also, how one man travels the world with credit card reward points, and why one woman says the smartest financial decision she ever made was NOT buying a home.
Click here to download… November 19
On this episode – What is Periscope and how is this new app helping people to build a following online? Are disagreements on the rise over inheritances? What you can do to leave an estate without a family fight. Obamacare enrollment is open, but many have sticker shock when considering the new premiums – what are your options?
Click here to download… November 5 On this episode – Are bookstores making a comeback? Why did Amazon just open their first bookstore? The government launches a new retirement plan called the myRA, but should you even consider investing in it? And there is a new way to drop cable TV and it is now easier than ever to access Internet TV.
October 8, 2015
On this episode – Jim shares his experience with his new Simplisafe Home Security system, Bob discusses the skyrocketing costs of using ATMs, also Amazon’s new paid delivery opportunity, and a new way to gift shares of stocks.
Click here to download… September 17, 2015 On this episode – how to avoid being taken in a rental scam, why rising home prices may not be good news, what consumers should expect when interest rates start to rise, and is it better to buy physical gold or funds that buy gold?
Click here to download… September 3, 2015
On this episode – Does it even make sense to be a renter in retirement? Is your financial planner really fee only? Why the only survival plan that works is the one made well in advance, and a new ‘Uber’ like service that will pay you to transport items.
Click here to download… August 13, 2015
On this episode, Bob shares how he recently sold his home and is now enjoying the freedom of being a renter. He has relocated to Tennessee and loves his new country lifestyle. Jim discuss mutual funds that go up when the stock market goes down. Also discussed the new world of alarm systems, and why you may need a special insurance policy if you leave your home vacant for more than 30 days.
Click here to download… July 17, 2015
On this episode of the podcast, Jim discusses what to do with a timeshare you don’t want. Also, discussed – Obama’s proclamation that people need to save more for retirement, the reality that those without college degrees are buying homes at a faster pace than those that do, and how safe are annuities?
Click here to download… July 10, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim melts down over an oil change rip off and shares what he learned from the ordeal, also the new rules on overtime pay, the damage being done by low-paying college majors, and the truth about guaranteed real estate sales.
Jun 17, 2015
On this episode of the podcast, Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss reverse mortgages, RFID blocking wallets, the reality that many people are now forced into working part time jobs (sometimes more than one), why ‘low tech’ identity theft is still more of a risk than hacking.
Click here to download… June 3, 2015
On this episode of the podcast, Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss the reality that more people are retiring with an increasing amount of mortgage debt, the comeback of the lease purchase, is the window closing on home affordability?, should you be concerned about an expected increase in crime in the United States?
Click here to download… May 22, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss the money saving benefits of babysitting co-ops, the reality that many older Americans are entering retirement with significant education debt, how to buy Bitcoin through a stockbroker and even in your IRA, and is it now tougher to get a job as you get older?
May 6, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss the news that only 1 in 3 people say that will be able to fully retire at age 65, the risk of loaning out your car, are those ‘cash for your home’ deals worth considering, and a new website that makes it super easy to shop out your car insurance.
Click here to download… April 15, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman give an update on Sling TV and comment on a new Internet TV option coming soon from Apple, also does it still pay to go to law school?, a great website to use to know how much to bid on hotels at Priceline.com, and does raising the minimum wage actually hurt the very people it is supposed to help?
Click here to download… April 2, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss a new service that provides live sports and news and a host of TV channels through the Internet (no cable TV required). Also, how to optimize your student loans, how the Internet is affecting the elderly, and the future of high paying jobs in law enforcement.
Click here to download… March 11, 2015
On this episode of the podcast Jim Paris and Bob Yetman discuss a new proposal called the Student Loan Bill Of Rights, also what discount real estate agents might make sense based on your circumstances, and some major changes coming to the world of credit reporting and credit bureaus.
Click here to download… February 25, 2015 Podcast Jim shares the latest on his decision to drop AT&T cell phone plan to go with a Virgin prepaid account. What salary does it take to buy a home in America’s largest cities? Why has Jim Paris gone 100% to cash and sold his stock investments? And IRS audit rates are at a 10 year low, how should this affect your tax preparation this year?
Click here to download… February 4 2015 Podcast
On this episode – new method of embezzlement has rogue employees creating phantom credit card refunds, can you remove a judgment from your credit file?, business credit cards and how they affect your credit score, and why money remains the chief source of stress for most Americans.
Click here to download… November 26, 2014 Podcast
On this episode – Spending less on an engagement ring may be better for your marriage. Plane fares continue to rise while costs continue to drop. Six steps to dealing with financial bullies.
Click here to download… November 5, 2014 Podcast
On this episode – Are for-profit college degrees worth it? Is investing in social media stocks a good idea? How scammers are using technology to deceive people and does it make sense to pay your bills in advance to create a financial cushion?
Click here to download… September 25, 2104 Podcast
On this episode – binge saving for retirement, standing up to financial bullies, what people will give up to accumulate $1 million dollars, and an update on Facebook stock.
Click here to download… September 18, 2014 Podcast
On this episode – Should people be forced to save? What do you do with those credit cards and lines of credit that you pay off with a consolidation loan? The changing socioeconomic landscape – Millenials staying at home, adults staying single. New website gives your warning if someone died in a house before you buy it.
Click here to download… August 28, 2014 Podcast
On this episode – Russian hackers access thousands of U.S. bank accounts, what can you do to protect yourself? What companies and industries offer the best 401k plans? New digital currency platform provides easy way to set up multiple currency portfolio. What high corporate tax rates mean to you, a case study of Burger King’s plans of moving its corporate operations to Canada.
Click here to download… August 13, 2014 Podcast
On this episode – the return of the subprime mortgage. New options for loan interest rate loans to pay off credit cards, how one couple underpaid their mortgage by just 70 cents and ended up in a financial nightmare, and the importance of properly designating IRA beneficiaries.
Click here to download… July 24, 2014 Podcast (Note: it has been a few weeks since we have done a new podcast as we have been doing webinars in the interim). Additionally, on this podcast we would suggest that you also watch the webinar on crowdfunding in the webinar area of the site as well. Consider this episode an advanced discussion on crowdfunding, including how to pick the right funding platform for your project, the legal pitfalls of crowdfunding and how to avoid them, adn Christian vs. secular crowdfunding.
Click here to download… June 12, 2014 Podcast Understanding the cost of living in a new city before you move. Getting more engaged in your own health and wellness. What it makes sense to pay your mortgage payments out of a retirement account. Do you have a financial survival kit?
Click here to download… May 22, 2014 Podcast Where to find amazing travel package savings. Is casual dining on the way out? Why Home Depot may be the last place to buy flooring for your home. The shocking details of the eBay customer information breach.
Click here to download… May 15, 2014 Podcast The end of Barnes & Noble? Is now the time to invest in muni bonds? Is Twitter stock finished? Will Amazon put local grocery stores out of business?
Click here to download… April 24 2014 Podcast The risk of giving out your pin code, the significance of the Aereo TV case before the Supreme Court, low minimum mutual fund investing, how to help ensure you’ll run out of money in retirement.
Click here to download… April 10, 2014 Podcast
How to use a Carfax or background check report when buying a car, the affluent homeless, bizarre tax court ruling changes IRA rollover rules, and how to know the value of a used car.
Click here to download… March 13, 2014 Podcast The new Obama MyRA, making sense of credit card rewards programs, dollar cost averaging in today’s market, and the explosion of opportunities in affiliate marketing.
Click here to download… March 6, 2014 Podcast New requirements for buying Bitcoin, the $9.84 credit card scam, buying life insurance in your fifties and sixties, and how to challenge your tax assessment.
Click here to download… February 14, 2014 Is Valentine’s Day a scam? Jim and Bob comment on the Bitcoin crash. How to avoid the one ring telephone scam. How to save money on prescription drugs.
Click here to download… January 31, 2014 Should the minimum wage be increased? Why are we hearing of so many financial scams within the Christian community? Is there marriage inequality? Fiverr a new way to make and save money.
Click here to download… January 24, 2014
How the lack of prosecution of white collar criminals affects us all. Can you live without a car today? A new website to buy and sell timeshares? and retiring without a large nest egg.
Click here to download… January 3, 2014 An update on the growing popularity of digital currencies and an interesting take a ‘Nostradamus’ prophecy guy has on it, the good and bad of setting goals and resolutions for the new year, a new ‘risky’ investment becomes available in 2014, and how one family paid off more than $118,000 in debt.
Click here to download… December 13, 2013 JP Morgan obtains patent on Bitcoin-like digital currency of their own. Does it still make sense to buy term and invest the difference? The coming collapse of the public pension system. The increasing popularity of semi-retirement.
Click here to download… December 6, 2013 The capital value of passive income, saving money by going vegetarian, can you sell your home without a real estate agent? and Does the 0% capital gains rate apply to you?
Click here to download… November 29, 2013 Is Ripple the new Bitcoin? The tax implications of profits in virtual currency. Holiday scams and the pitfalls of investing in collectibles.
Click here to download… October 25, 2013 Financial documents your family needs to know about. Bitcoin up above $200 again. Buying stock in dollar stores. What is a ‘safe’ withdrawal percentage from retirements plans these days?
Click here to download… October 11, 2013 The role of psychology in investment success. How to fire your financial adviser. How to avoid affinity scams. Is your credit score affecting your love life?
Click here to download… Sept 27, 2013 What is a debt validation letter and how can you use one? Would you use an online-only financial adviser? The trend toward 15 and even 10 year mortgages. Is Twitter the new resume?
Click here to download… Sept 6, 2013
Why you should have a legal membership plan. The explosion of Prepaid Cellular and why it makes sense to consider it. How to invest in Israel, and how protect yourself from credit card skimming scams.
Click here to download… August 23, 2013 How long can a negative item stay on your credit bureau report? How many years before a debt is no longer legally owed? What does the number of young adults now living at home tell us? The challenge of long-term unemployment and how to overcome it.
Click here to download… July 26, 2013 Google Chromecast Internet TV, one quick way to raise your credit score by 100 points, Do you need travel medical insurance?, and the basics of managing insurance costs.