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Money Guy Show

A Business, Investing and Education podcast featuring Brian Preston and Bo Hanson
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Brian Preston and Bo Hanson, fee-only financial planners and wealth managers, go beyond common sense as they help you make smart financial decisions. Their professional credentials, sophisticated topics, and approachable style have attracted thousands fans and made them a personal finance phenomena.

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Passive Income Exposed: 3 Ways To Actually Make Money
Is passive income too good to be true? In today's episode, we expose false claims of "making money for nothin'" and set the record straight on how you can actually make money doing real estate, content creation, and, quite literally, while you sleep! For more information, visit:
4 Ways You Are Investing Your Money Wrong!
Time for a gut check! If you're saving or investing your money in these 4 ways, it might be time for a new strategy. We'll break down why each mistake is not serving you well, then we'll cover the best techniques to get out of that financial rut and set yourself up for success! For more information, visit:
 5 Ways You Can Be a Financial Super Hero
How heroic (and different) are you with your finances? We lay out 5 unique ways to tell if you're a financial super hero. Plus, we teach you how to add each of these 5 skills to your everyday life. For more information, visit:


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Jan 30th, 2006
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Oct 18th, 2019
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