Episode 334: Steve and John give an update on the state of the economy and where it seems to be heading. They also discuss an alternative to the traditional allowance.
Episode 320: From preschool to graduation, hear 15 lessons that will prepare your kids to live a life of abundance. You'll also learn whether a backdoor Roth is a good option for you.
Episode 301: Is it time to financially wean your adult kids? Steve and John have some great tips for you! The Money Doctors also expose eight money management myths that could sabotage your retirement dreams.
Episode 289: The Money Doctors discuss why stock market analysts frequently strike out when trying to predict the future. Hear Steve reflect on the financial wisdom passed down to him from his father.
Episode 278: If you want to sell your house fast, make sure you consider these nine home improvements. John and Steve also highlight five simple guidelines for your graduate that can pave the road to a financially secure life.
Episode 255: Are you ready to stop stressing about your messy finances? Steve and John give you the tools you need to clean up the clutter! You'll also hear some fun ideas for teaching your kids about money that will prepare them for a solid financial future.
Episode 243: Learn how to set financial systems in motion and then sit back and watch your portfolio grow! You'll also hear five tips that can set your high school graduate on the path to success, both in college and in life.
Episode 230: Steve and John help you avoid some of the gotchas of the new federal tax law as you save for your child's education. They also give you some tips for buying in bulk the smart way!
Episode 225: John and Steve take a look at the unusually high cost of a college education in South Carolina and some proposals aimed at making it more affordable. Also, learn what the data says about your chances of beating the stock market over time. Spoiler Alert: It's not good.
Episode 215: On this week's podcast, hear some tried-and-true strategies for making sure your retirement money doesn't run out before you do. Also, find out whether you've been teaching your kids the truth about money or some very popular myths.