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Episode 50 – Creating an $85,000 a Year Business by Turning Trash Into Treasure with Flea Market Flippers Rob and Melissa Stephenson

In today’s show we talk to Rob and Melissa of Flea Market Flipper!

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Episode 49B – Which is Better? Fidelity or Vanguard

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Episode 49 – Why Parent Plus Loans are the Worst Student Loans and Other Money Lessons with Robert Farrington of The College Investor

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But before we did a deep dive into all things student loans and paying for college, we learned a little more about Robert, his money story and how he and his wife are able to live a filling frugal life in one of the most expensive cities in the United States.

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Episode 47 Bonus – Creating an Atmosphere of Risk Taking with Wendy and Curtis

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Episode 47 – Finding Joy and Peacefulness After Financial Independence with Doc Green of What’s Up Next Podcast

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Episode 49 – Why Parent Plus Loans are the Worst Student Loans and Other Money Lessons with Robert Farrington of The College Investor

Episode 49 – Why Parent Plus Loans are the Worst Student Loans and Other Money Lessons with Robert Farrington of The College Investor

In today’s episode Robert Farrington, the College Investor, shares with us why he believes Parent Plus Loans are the worst student loans out there.
But before we did a deep dive into all things student loans and paying for college, we learned a little more about Robert, his money story and how he and his wife are able to live a filling frugal life in one of the most expensive cities in the United States.

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