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Todd Tresidder graduated from the University of California at Davis with a B.A. in economics and a passion for creating successful businesses. A serial entrepreneur since childhood, Todd went on to build his own wealth as a hedge fund investment manager before "retiring" at 35 to teach others. Today, he provides advanced investment and retirement planning education at showing you what works, what doesn’t, and why based on a depth of proven experience.
Harlan Landes started Consumerism Commentary under the moniker Flexo in 2003. It grew to become a multi-million dollar blog, which he sold. The sum he collected allows him the Flexobility to volunteer and create passion projects like the Plutus Foundation and develop his next new business,
Joseph Hogue is an investment analyst and blogger. He runs six websites on topics including personal finance, investing, crowdfunding and making money from home. A veteran of the Marine Corps, he holds the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) designation.
Doug is a retired Navy submariner and author of The Military Guide To Financial Independence And Retirement. He and his spouse reached financial independence in the late 1990s on their high savings rate and retired in 2002. This is a bonus episode. To hear more Masters of Money, go to
Tracie Fobes wasn't prepared for the day she would have money of her own. That led to debt and eventually bankruptcy. The lessons she learned would forever change her and her family's financial future - and the future of her blog readers. Resourced mentioned in this episode: https://TracieFobes.com For more great interviews from some of my money nerd friends, subscribe to the show in Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, TuneIn or visit the blog at
I am interviewed on my own show by previous guest Rob Berger. The tables are turned as I answer questions from my own life about the one thing I've done that had the biggest contribution to my financial success, what tools do my wife and I use to manage our money, and what got me started on my path to becoming a master of money.   Show notes can be found at
Nick is a 20-something financial blogger who lives in Chattanooga TN with his wife Hanna and 3 fur children. His website is where he focuses on budgeting and helping people learn all of things about money they didn't learn in school. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money… The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
Matt is a coach, author, and speaker who works with folks to get the most out of their money by understanding his clients’ values and goals, and then helping them do what it takes to gain control of their income and increase their savings rate. Matt holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from Arizona State University in Tempe Ariz. and an MBA from Duke University in Durham, N.C. On weekdays, he leads the sales organization of a thirteen-store John Deere dealership. Matt lives in Raleigh, N.C. with his wife and their three terrific, entrepreneurial, and money-savvy children. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
David Weliver is the founder of the personal finance website and co-founder of Moneymentals, a 7-week course that helps students save more and spend better. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
After retiring in their 30s, Jeremy & Winnie spent the last 4 years traveling the world. Their son joined them 2 years ago, and visited 16 countries in his first 16 months. Jeremy says, “who knows what the future holds, but most likely more travel and adventure.” They share it all over at - visit their site to see why the funky name. Listen in as we find out how and why Jeremy chose to retire early and what he does with his free time now. You can find links to everything we talked about at
Adam Carroll is an internationally recognized financial literacy expert, author, and two-time TED talk speaker, creator of The Broke, Busted & Disgusted documentary, and founder of He has presented at over 700 college and university campus. For links and resources mentioned in this show, go to 
Sarah Li Cain is a financial storyteller who weaves practical tips and strategies into her work so that those trying to change their money mindset can see themselves in the starring role. To see the show notes, go to 
Brian is the founder of Investor in the Family ( and Entrepreneur Trainer ( where he works to help you make money and invest it well. For show notes and more information, go to 
With over two decades of experience in personal financial planning and taxes, Brian Preston is driven to help others optimize their lives so they can focus on the things in life that truly matter to them. Brian’s firm emphasizes having the heart of an educator, and this desire to create educated clients led to the award winning podcast, The Money Guy Show. When not helping clients reach success with simple, smart strategies, Brian loves spending time with his wife, Jennifer, and their two daughters. To see the show notes, go to 
Elle Martinez is the creator and award-winning blogger of Couple Money, a personal finance site and podcast dedicated to helping spouses build their marriage and wealth together. Every week she interviews financial experts and real-life couples who’ve achieved big financial goals together like paying down six figures of debt, starting a business together, and retiring early. Through the podcast, she finds patterns and habits that have helped couples be successful. For more information, visit the show notes at 
Chris Guillebeau is the bestselling author of the books The $100 Startup, The Happiness of Pursuit, and The Art of Non-Conformity. He is also the founder and host of Side Hustle School, a daily podcast with more than 2 million downloads per month. During a lifetime of self-employment and side hustling, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. For more information, go to
Farnoosh Torabi, host of the So Money podcast, is the author of three books, When She Makes More: 10 Rules For Breadwinning Women, Psyche Yourself Rich and You’re So Money. She is a frequent financial contributor to Yahoo!, The Today Show, ABC and several top women’s magazines including Glamour, Marie Claire and Redbook. Farnoosh was a keynote speaker at FinCon 2014. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money.... The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
Dad to 5, husband, lifelong software geek, and founder of which combines prepaid cards and a financial education for kids in one award-winning family finance app. For links to Bill's app and other resources mentioned in the show, go to
Jason Steele is an expert on credit cards and awards travel. He writes for several of the top personal finance websites including, and his work is syndicated to mainstream publications. Jason has launched the CardCon conference. Find out more at You can find show notes for all the resources mentioned in this episode at
LaTisha “Tish” Styles is a nationally recognized millennial personal finance expert and digital marketing professional. She is the founder of Young Finances and President of Financial Success Media, LLC. LaTisha and I discuss her #1 money tip, her story with money, and her inspiring entrepreneurial journey. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
Joshua Sheats is the creator of the Radical Personal Finance podcast. He’s the world’s leading authority on integrating lifestyle goals and money goals without conflict. He teaches normal people how to seamlessly connect the science of financial planning with the joy of goal achievement. Joshua is dedicated to helping normal people achieve financial freedom by merging the creative (and crazy) ideas from the world of personal finance with the academic integrity of formal financial planning. In this episode, Joshua and I have a long discussion about his truly radical journey with money. We get into his past successes and failures and spend some time going over his interesting goals for the future. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
Hilary Hendershott is the host of Profit Boss Radio, a weekly podcast for women and money. Hilary has an MBA, and she’s a Certified Financial Planner. She’s a TEDx speaker, and she’s been featured in the Wall Street Journal, NBC, ABC, FOX, DailyWorth, and more. In this episode, Hilary and I talk about her interesting history with money, her financial failures and successes, and her amazing plans for the future. I had a lot of fun with this conversation. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
Dr. Daniel Crosby is a psychologist and behavioral finance expert who helps organizations understand the intersection of mind and markets. In this episode, Daniel and I discuss how he’s made the most of his degree and career path, how he talks to his kids and wife about money, his financial screw-ups (like buying too much house) and successes, AND we get into his ideas around actively investing that 10-20% of your portfolio that might be available for a more aggressive approach. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. Daniel's second book, Personal Benchmark was a New York Times bestseller. His latest book is The Laws of Wealth: Psychology and the Secrets to Investing Success. You can find links to Daniel’s book and everything we talked about at
Lauren Bowling is the award-winning blogger and editor behind personal finance site Financial Best Life and author of The Millennial Homeowner: A Guide to Successfully Navigating Your First Home Purchase. She shares stories about her shopping addiction that led to $10,000 in credit card debt, how she paid off $8,000 in consumer debt in 90 days, and how she was able to buy her first home. So let’s dig in. Let’s meet today’s Master of Money…. The show notes, including links to everything we talked about, can be found at
David Stein produces and hosts the top-10 iTunes ranked investing podcast Money For the Rest of Us where he teaches over 25,000 listeners per episode about money, how it works, how to invest it, and how to live without worrying about it.
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Created by
Philip Taylor
Podcast Status
Dec 9th, 2016
Latest Episode
Dec 28th, 2017
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
44 minutes

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