The Rachel Cruze Show
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Money should be fun, not stressful. Learn practical tips on how to save more money, get out of debt quickly and make progress toward your goals. You can take control of your money and create a life you love. Get even more money saving tips at www.RachelCruze.com.
The Secrets to Staying Financially Stable in America Today
Can’t Get Ahead Financially? (Here’s What to Do)
The Wealth-Building Skills You Wish You’d Learned Earlier
The Right Way to Spend Your Money on Wants AND Needs
The Hard Truth Behind Today’s Money Stats
The Secret to Boosting Your Home's Value
Save or Splurge? How to Handle Big-Ticket Items
The Tricks to Ditching Debt Fast
What Is (And Isn't) Worth Your Money
6 Money Moves to Up Your Financial Game
Spending Habits for a Debt-Free Lifestyle
What to Do When Managing Money Feels Complicated
Lessons From Growing Up Bankrupt (and Other Money Mess-Ups)
The Best Ways to Budget Your Time and Money
Make Progress With Your Money (Even When America's Not)
Surprising Things I’m Learning About Money Right Now
22 Creative Side Hustles that Actually Make You Money
What I Will (And Won’t) Do With My Money This Year
How to Invest (and Rest) Like a Rich Person
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Just started following you on IG and listening to this podcast after enrolling in Financial Peace University at our church. Love your podcast but especially love your gentle approach to money. I too spend money on house cleaning bi monthly and eating out since being debt free except for our mortgage. Keep sharing the good news too! Love ya, Maria
I was just talking about this just other day thank you
I'm curious as to why you say to stay away from VA loans? These are low fixed rates and don't require PMI. Also, when buying with a VA loan, it usually work in the buyers favor as homes are appraised lower by the VA then with a FHA or conventional loan so you usually pay less then the asking price in most cases.
I think this is a duplicate of last week's episode. Haven't listened all the way, but the intro is the same. :-)
I love the Nightingale too! Try Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah next!
dinnerly food box is actually a lot cheaper than others. 35 delivered for 3 meals for 2, which is enough for 3.
I know I'm a bit behind on listening to this episode, but here I am. Remember that for any job you do that uses your personal vehicle, you need to report that to your auto insurance provider. You could nullify your insurance if you are in an accident.
me, a single 20 year old guy listening to the whole thing 😂😂😆
yes, i would pay for u to sleep train my little boys lol that sounds like a productive business for both sides 👍🏼👍🏼
Wow! Sometimes sacrifices and definitely budgeting are needed to plan out buying a car in full to be fully owned. $400 and more monthly is way too much.
Thanks for reminding me to how enjoy life and be imaginative about doing it without wasting money aside from a little gas.
O.M.G your guest Minana (sorry I am not sure how to spell her name) resonated with me SOOOO much. Her interview feels like a message the universe wanted me to hear right now <3 <3 Thank you for sharing your story, xx
This couple is precious! Totally made living on a budget so much fun!
My husband and I also sold our house and completely paid off our debt! We moved in with my parents, along with our two children, and are saving for a down payment to build a modular home! 💕
I love the Rachel Cruze Show and had to hear your podcast. 💖
I love it! I wish I would have known about you before now. I can relate to these stories. I became disabled 2 years ago, used what little I had in retirement, lived off my small disability check and credit cards in addition to raking up debt making repairs on my home in order to sell it. We close tomorrow. Bitter sweet. Too many emotions to count. Thanks again.