The Worst of the Free Financial Advisor Podcast – Episode 1: A Big Reveal, College Planning Tips & Tricks & Meet the Roundtable
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To kick off our debut episode, the anonymous blogger at YourFinancesSimplified reveals his real name…and tells us why he’s doing it.
How’s that for a scoop, huh?
TheOtherGuy and I deliver college planning advice and talk about estate planning taxes maybe changing.
We also have introductory interviews with our Roundtable members:
Dr. Dean from the Millionaire Nurse Blog,
Carrie Smith from CarefulCents,
and of course….wielding the Magic 8 Ball…Len Penzo from LenPenzo dot Com.
Thanks to Buck from the Buckinspire Podcast and Shannyn from the FrugalPreneur Podcast for their help on the episode.
All of our music on the show is from Kevin McLeod’s Incompetech.com.
Important Stuff Mentioned in the Show:
- Peterson’s – Joe’s favorite college guide online
- FinAid.org – All of the financial aid information you can stand, and much more
- SavingForCollege.com – A great site to compare 529 plans
- Fastweb – FinAid’s sister site tobegin your scholarship search
I didn’t mention it on the podcast (but should have). A great blog for college planning help is Money For College Project. Check it out.
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