Depending on the amount of your current cell phone bill, you could easily save $250 or more every year just by switching your cell phone provider. There’s also a meaningful chance that you could save...

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I haven’t taken a Falcon rocket into outer space…yet. But that’s on my to-do list for 2030. That means I can’t comment on which electric bikes extraterrestrials are digging right now. But here on planet...

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Sorry Vanguard, but it’s time to introduce everyone to your more tech-savvy younger brother, M1 Finance. Anyone who listens to the podcast knows how much we love Vanguard’s low-cost index funds and how they can...

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Our family has six bicycles that we love to ride together. We have them all stored in the shed in our backyard. That’s close to $2500 worth of two-wheeled goodies I’ve got locked away in...

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Doing your own pest control sounds like it might not be worth your time. It’s probably messy and difficult, right!? And how much will it really save you!? The truth is that doing your own...

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Anyone who has listened to the How To Money podcast for any length of time knows that I’m a pretty big Costco fan. And it’s not just because the Costco food court offers the cheapest...

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My friend Andrew has the fattest wallet I’ve ever seen in my life. I don’t know how it’s possible to cram as much into a leather billfold as he manages to wedge in there. It’s...

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Credit cards can be a powerful tool in your hands. If you use them wisely, that is. Sign-up bonuses, or welcome offers can earn you hundreds of dollars in rewards travel – or even just...

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If you’ve been listening to the How to Money podcast for a while, you know that Matt and I get pretty excited about investment properties. I just recently took out a fairly substantial home equity...

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How much are you making on the money that’s sitting in your savings account?  Chances are not very much.  Interest rates for savers have been getting demolished in recent years – and even more so...

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