Steve Stewart started a financial coaching business and podcast in 2010. In 2016, he began producing shows for his peers in the FinCon community. Within 6 months, he gave everything up for a new career as a podcast editor. Today, Steve edits podcasts for some of the biggest indie personal finance podcasters and leads the largest community of podcast editors on Facebook.
Recent episodes featuring Steve Stewart
Last year 14 million Americans paid for tax prep that they could have had for free. Are you one of those people? Today, we’ll take a look at why people are spending money they don’t need to and how to rectify that. I’ll also answer some insightful listener questions concerning legal documents for retirees, the […] The post Are You Paying for Tax Prep That Should Be Free? Ep # 128 appeared first on Retirement Starts Today Radio.
What big money wasters exist in your life? Unless you're like us, Benjamins seem to slip out of your pockets WAY too easily. Today, we'll test our guests' game show skills to see if they can guess 16 fantastic examples of money wasters we found hidden in a recent Marketwatch piece. Joining us to play along we welcome Chelsea Brennan from The Smart Money Mamas Podcast, Doc. G from the What's Up Next show, and our very own nerdy engineer, Len Penzo, from Len Penzo dot com! One big money waster could be the exorbitant bank fees people pay. During our Friday FinTech segment, Joe will talk with one company trying to lower your fees. Nami Baral, Chief Empathy Officer from Harvest joins us. They'll discuss how Harvest uses AI to help you save on all sorts of bank and credit card fees. We'll have all the details And finally, during our MagnifyMoney segment we will answer a question on if our fellow Stacker should open a non-profit farm. There's SO much more...but you'll have to listen to hear it all! Hope you can join the fun.
Are you considering the Deferred Sales Trust to defer capital gains taxes on the sale of your business, real estate or low costs basis stock? This episode is the Ultimate Insiders Guide to the Deferred Sales Trust. We discuss how it works, what you need to know, and is this something you should use. We interview a trustee and promoter of the deferred sales trust, Brett Swarts.  For more information, visit the show notes at https://moneytreepodcast.com/284
Dropping mortgage rates prompt a conversation that explores the pros and cons of refinancing your mortgage at a lower rate. Plus, Steve Chen from NewRetirment joins the show to share the comprehensive retirement planning tools that his company has to offer. For more information, visit the show notes at https://choosefi.com/167R
If you contribute to a pension, do you know what type of plan you have? Do you even have a pension plan? Fewer and fewer private sector companies are providing pensions for their employees, making it harder than ever to plan for retirement. My guest this week is Jason Heath, a fee-only financial planner and columnist for The Financial Post, MoneySenseand Retire Happy. Jason joins me to discuss the current state of pension plans in Canada, and how the deterioration of employer pensions is impacting the retirement plans of Canadian workers. You can find the show notes for this episode at https://maplemoney.com/jasonheath This week’s episode was brought to you by EQ Bank. Did you know? You can now transfer money abroad with TransferWise using your EQ Bank Savings Plus account. Not only will you benefit from earning 2.45%* interest on your savings, but you’ll pay up to 8x less for international money transfers. While other banks have a habit of sneaking in markups and extra charges, that’s not something you’ll have to worry about with EQ Bank. Visit https://maplemoney.com/eqbank to start saving money today.
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2953
Podcast Count
19
Total Airtime
2 months, 4 weeks