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Andrew Fiebert

Andrew Fiebert was working at an Investment Bank as a Data Engineer and now co-hosts Listen Money Matters Podcast.
Recent episodes featuring Andrew Fiebert
5 Questions: The 4% Rule, Staying Financially Motivated  and Passive Income
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Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
We get dozens of emails a week asking financial questions. Sometimes we get a question so good, we want as many people as possible to hear it and the answer. That's how 5 questions episodes were born. We have questions about the 4% rule, staying financially motivated, and making passive income. Let's answer some questions.Full Article HereShow NotesGose Dragon's Milk-White: A  white stout.Matt's Home Brew: A Kolsch.Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Dollar Today Or A Dollar Tomorrow: Leveraging The Time Value of Money
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Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
A dollar today isn't the same as a dollar tomorrow, that's the time value of money. Risk and return are expecting a dollar risked to earn more than a dollar.The time value of money and risk and return are two core concepts in personal finance. Luckily, each boils down to a pretty simple statement.The core principle of the time value of money means your dollar today is worth more than your dollar tomorrow.Risk and return say that if you are to risk a dollar, you expect gains of more than just your dollar back. For each unit of risk you take on, you expect a slightly more significant unit of return.Even though these money concepts are easy to simplify, I want to dig a bit deeper into each of them.Full Article HereShow NotesMikkeller Brewing Passion Pool - Gose-style ale with Passionfruit and Sea SaltAmerican Solera Movement and Color Member Blend - Foeder Ale Refermented with Chambourcin and Norton GrapesLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Paying Off Your Mortgage Strategically
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Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
For most people, their mortgage is their biggest debt. And we all know that debt is bad. Debt is an emergency that we must pay off as soon as possible. But is all debt bad? Is paying off your mortgage quickly a good personal finance strategy? Paying off your mortgage more quickly has its advantages when done strategically but there are downsides too.We get a lot of emails asking about paying off mortgages early and people site various reasons for wanting to do so. A lot of people want to join the FIRE movement. They want to quit their jobs, retire much earlier than the typical retirement age of 65, and sometimes start a business with their extra money and time.Mr. Money Mustache is the God Father of the FIRE movement. He paid his mortgage off years ago to be able to live on something like $30,000 a year.Some people just hate the idea of having any debt hanging over their heads and as we wrote, a mortgage is the biggest source of debt for most. And there are some homeowners who have a bad interest rate and want to save as much money as they can in a bad situation.Yes, the idea of being mortgage free is seductive but before you decide anything, we want to show you how to pay off your mortgage strategically.Full Article HereShow NotesPeachy Bones: An India Pale AleJam Skate: A Double IPALearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How To Get Rich (Without Getting Lucky)
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Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
We all want to get rich or rather wealthy. Being wealthy is much different and much better than being rich. If you want to know how to get rich without getting lucky, Twitter can teach you. A Twitter thread from Naval went viral in the spring of 2018.Full Article HereShow NotesJam Skate: An American Imperial IPA.Trillium Brewing: A Double Dry Hopped India Pale Ale.The Tweet text that inspired this episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Zero to FIRE With Airbnb
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Listen Money Matters - Free your inner financial badass. All the stuff you should know about personal finance.
Most people are familiar with Airbnb, the site that lets owners rent out a room or an entire home to travelers. Airbnb has become such a hit that many people use it exclusively when traveling for pleasure, work, or any other reason. Goodbye cramped hotel room, hello fully furnished house!And Airbnb isn’t just a hit with those renting a place to stay. Airbnb is the most profitable way to make money in the gig economy.What it did show was that 85% of gig economy workers make less than $500 per month.But, Airbnb hosts, on average, make more than any other gig workers and are raking in an average $924 per month.In fact, Airbnb can be more, a lot more, than a way to make a little money on the side. You know Airbnb but you may not be familiar with the acronym FIRE. It stands for Financial Independence Retire Early. And it’s more than an acronym. FIRE is a whole movement championed by people like Mr. Money Mustache and Tim Ferriss.And the Retire Early part doesn’t mean retiring at 55, it’s more like retiring at 30. If you’re grinding away at a 9-5, have a lot of responsibilities, are in low-paying work, or don’t have a second home just sitting around waiting to host Airbnb guests, you might think this episode isn’t for you.But wait until you hear the crazy story our guest is going to share. Zeona went from zero to FIRE using Airbnbs that weren’t even hers! Setting yourself on FIRE with Airbnb can be done by just about anyone.Full Article HereShow NotesYou’re Killin Me Smalls: A session ale IPAThe Truth Imperial: An IPA from Flying DogZeonaMcIntrye.com: Zeon's consulting siteLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Hoboken, NJ, USA
Episode Count
556
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1
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2 weeks, 3 days