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How Blue Collar Workers Can Achieve the American Dream

2 Frugal Dudes May 26, 2020

Episode 180: Learn how blue collar workers can achieve the American Dream without a college degree. We’re talking about financial independence and the five steps to achieving your goals. Tips for Allocating Your Salary The first step in allocating your salary is to shift your mindset. Train yourself to forget […]

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Managing Financial Expectations During Divorce

2 Frugal Dudes May 21, 2020

Episode 179: On this episode of the Where Our Money Went series, we’re talking about managing financial expectations during a divorce. We’re taking a deep dive into investing and planning for the future. Investing in Mediation When possible, using mediation can help a couple work through the divorce process without […]

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Tips for Living on an Inconsistent Income

2 Frugal Dudes May 19, 2020

Episode 178: Tune in for tips for personal finance for self-employed individuals. We’re covering financial planning when living on an inconsistent income for side-hustles and entrepreneurship. The Challenges with Self-Employed Income One of the common challenges entrepreneurs and small business owners face is a fluctuation in income. It makes it […]

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Re-Evaluating Expenses After COVID-19

2 Frugal Dudes May 14, 2020

Episode 177: On this episode of the Where Our Money Went series, we’re talking about re-evaluating expenses during and after COVID-19. From eating out at restaurants and getting takeout, to streaming services to Amazon Prime, we’re talking about what works and what might be a thing of the past. The […]

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Our Stimulus Check Review: Small Business and Personal

2 Frugal Dudes May 12, 2020

Episode 176: We’re bringing you insights from both the small business owner (Kevin) and employee (Sean) about receiving government stimulus checks during Covid-19. Tune in to hear the good, the bad, and the ugly. Small Business Stimulus – Kevin’s Review Kevin’s experience with the small business support check was less […]

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Expert Advice for Escaping a Broken Mindset

2 Frugal Dudes May 7, 2020

Episode 175: What is a broken mindset? How can you identify your own broken mindset? Tune in and learn about tapping into a broken mindset and taking the steps to explore new opportunities with Aaron Fragnito of Peoples Capital Group. What is a Broken Mindset? A broken mindset is when […]

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All About Buying and Repairing Used Items

2 Frugal Dudes May 5, 2020

Episode 174: On this episode of the Where Our Money Went series, we’re talking about buying used items. From go-karts to bikes, learn how to buy used items to save money, and teach some valuable repair skills. This week, Kevin’s money went toward buying a used go-kart as a fun […]

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Rental Secrets: Controlling What You Pay for Rent

2 Frugal Dudes April 28, 2020

Episode 173: Learn how to control what you pay for rent with Justin Pogue, an author and real estate consultant who’s been featured on Fox News, SFGate, and Realtor.com. Justin is using his years of experience to share some insights from his new book, Rental Secrets. Here’s what you need […]

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Small Business Survival Tips for the Pandemic

2 Frugal Dudes April 25, 2020

Episode 172: Learn about some of the available options for small businesses to get through the COVID-19 crisis. We’re also talking about resetting finance goals and trying to stick to a grocery budget during the pandemic. SBA Paycheck Protection Program The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is a forgivable loan, as […]