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On this special Labor Day edition of the podcast, we introduce a new reality show coming via NerdWallet, Kathleen from Frugal Portland joins the roundtable team for a rousing discussion of couple’s finances, and PK tells you why your insurance premiums are high (and of course, draws the correlation to “too big to fail”…always the overachiever).
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Home Ownership: Is now the time? Here’s the FRED chart that spurred this discussion.
<> PK’s Fractional Sense: Insurance premiums & Too Big To Fail
<> Let’s Give Something Away. Congrats to our winner, John @ Married (With Debt).
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Will Weaton’s TableTop show episode featuring Settlers of Catan:
<> Roundtable: Thanks to Kathleen from FrugalPortland for joining us this week.
Our topic: Married couples: should they combine finances?
<> Interview withAmelia Granger: Nerdwallet.
And then, a link you may-or-my-not need for this show: Sri Lanka referenced article in the-segment-that-shall-not-be-named
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