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The Secret to Cheap Flights All the Time – Scotts Cheap Flights

Who doesn't love a cheap flight? Scott from Scotts Cheap Flights is dishing all his secrets on how to score a cheap flight.

Name three places you want to travel to right now – go! I bet what’s stopping you is the ridiculous price of airfare.

Why pay more for your flights than you need to?! I was so excited when I discovered Scotts Cheap Flights because unlike many other “discount” sites, Scotts Cheap Flights really delivers amazing deals that I wasn’t finding anywhere else.

I had to get to the bottom of this secret site, so on this podcast episode I had a chance to chat with Scotts Cheap Flights founder, Scott, and learn all about his secrets to uncovering these amazing deals.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • Meet Scott from ScottsCheapFlights and hear how he started his business
  • What you need to know about booking discount flights
  • The secrets that no one shares about those ultra-low fares
  • Why a service like Scott’s really delivers

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Millennial Travels: Dublin Food Scene

The Dublin food scene is affordable and yummy on any budget. Check out this podcast featuring Dee Laffan from Slow Foods Dublin.For this week on Millennial Money Travel Tuesday, we follow up with our St. Patrick’s Day episode with a look at the affordable and evolving Dublin, Ireland food scene.

The Dublin food scene is way more than just meat and potatoes as it was many years ago and now has grown into one of the best in Europe. It’s a great place to travel to now that the Dollar is strong against the Euro. That just means you can get more bang for your buck. And, you’d be surprised at how affordable the Dublin food scene is these days.

On This Podcast Episode:

Freelance Irish food writer Dee Laffan gives us a food tour around Dublin, talking about how the city has transformed their cuisine tastes, as well as giving us great tips for eating around Dublin. Laffan is also the chairperson for Slow Food Dublin, which is at the forefront to this ever-changing food town.

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Crowdfunding Your Dreams

This week on Millennial Money Lifestyle Thursday we talk about the good and the bad of crowdfunding. Whether you want to start a business, make a movie, or even record an album, crowdfunding has become one of the best ways to raise funds for a dream project, as long you have something people want to buy.

We spoke with two singer-songwriters who both have a unique way of crowdfunding their next big project, as well as finding ways of better connecting with their fans.

Tatiana Moroz  is a singer-songwriter and Bitcoin pioneer who is raising funds to create her own line of currency with her Tatiana coin, so her fans can more direct access to her latest projects, such as her upcoming tour and new album.

This young singer is looking to change the Bitcoin world with her new currency, all the while building a stronger community with her swelling fanbase.

 Austin Lucas wants to get up personal with his fans, as he launches his “House By House” tour, launching March 10th, giving fans an intimate show by this talented singer-songwriter. When fans buy a ticket to this upcoming tour, they have access to one of these exclusive shows, as well getting a digital copy of his latest album, “Immortal Americans.”

With so many artists these days seemingly becoming more distance between them and the audience through such avenues as social media, Austin Lucas is creating a live international social engagement with his fans.

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Airline Price Wars

What you need to know before you book your basic economy airfare. Lovingly called “misery class” basic economy service is here to stay. While bare-bones airline tickets can save you on average $20-$100, the question remains, is economy class really worth the savings?

On This Podcast Episode:

  • We’re dishing about the pros and cons of “basic economy service”
  • What you need to think about before you book your airline ticket
  • Comparing WOW air fare against an American fare
  • Who might be the right traveler for this econo fare
  • Why this is the new, and unfortunate, business model for airlines

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The Health and Wealth Connection – Jean Chatzky

We're chatting with Today Show financial expert, Jean Chatzky, about her new book age-proof, living longer without running out of money or breaking a hip.

“What’s a secret to wealth that other people might not know about?” That’s the single most asked question that I get asked. While there aren’t too many “secrets” to wealth other than knowing your numbers, saving money and living within your means, one of the most overlooked secrets to wealth is your health.

Think about it this way – you can have all the money in the world, but if you were to get sick tomorrow and money couldn’t heal you, you’d be missing out on enjoying your riches. Just because you’re young doesn’t mean you’re immune to health issues that could become a serious drag on your finances.

There really is a powerful connection between health and wealth, and Jean Chatzky’s new book, AgeProof, is chalked full of great tips for managing both.

On This Podcast Episode:

We’re chatting with Jean Chatzky, an award-winning financial journalist, author, and motivational speaker. She is the TODAY Show’s financial expert, and has appeared on The View, Live!, Morning Joe, The Talk and  Oprah among others. Her most recent book, AgeProof: Living Longer Without Running Out of Money or Breaking a Hip was written with the Cleveland Clinic’s chief wellness officer Dr. Michael Roizen to explain the vital connection between health and wealth — giving readers all the tactics, strategies, and know-how to live longer, healthier, more lucrative lives. Visit Jean at jeanchatzky.com.

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Millennial Music Chat – Jesse Dayton

Millennial Music Chat- Jesse Dayton

Meet Jesse Dayton

Jesse Dayton has lived an eclectic Forrest Gump-esque life and many times sets those experiences to music. Whether he is working on a new record, writing music for a soundtrack or directing a zombie movie, this Texas born talent pours in all his charisma and charm into any project.

Jesse Dayton

 

Jesse’s newest album, “the Revealer,” is a rich blend of an Americana music narrative, mixed with a full head of toe-tapping steam of rocking mojo.

Enjoy our chat with singer/songwriter and director Jesse Dayton, as we talk about his new album, being speechless in front of Johnny Cash and the genius that is Rob Zombe.

How to Invest in Startups – Newchip

Investing in startups isn't only reserved for the experts on Shark Tank - with Newchip you can now invest in startups with as little as $100 a month.

Investing in Startups is Easy

Investing in startups used to be reserved for the experts on Shark Tank, and big business people who have lots of funds behind them. I don’t know about you, but there are a ton of deals that I see on that show and think, “Hey, I’d like to invest in that company.”

Now you can – meet Newchip.

 Newchip‘s Millennial CEO, Ryan Rafols and co-founder and CTO Travis Brodeen wants 2017 to be the year investing is forever changed by helping new investors own a piece of startups they believe in and are passionate about. He created Newchip to as a way to make wealth and investing more accessible to the masses, while also specifically targeting people his own age – millennials.

Newchip is a marketplace that will feature hundreds of private equity investment opportunities from other platforms that only offer a few dozen at most. It will also be open to non-accredited investors and provide “crowdfinancing,” which is a credit system where people can invest $1,000 in a company while only paying around a $100 a month over 12 months.

Millennials are the driving force of change – which is causing shakeups in how many businesses and industries normally “do business”. When it comes to investing, millennials are taking a different path than the generations before them, and it’s anticipated that this cause-centric generation will increase the demand for social responsibility investing – SRI – as they indicate less interest in traditional equity investments.

Check out Newchip for a new way to approach investing. Download the app in the app store and start referring some friends for a referral bonus.

Who knows, you might just stumble across the new Facebook or Snapchat.

Why Women Need to Save More…A Lot More

Women get the short end of the stick when it comes to saving for retirement. Simply put, women need to save more…a lot more than men and the trend is that women actually end up saving less instead. According to a recent NerdWallet data analysis, the average American woman must save $1.25 for ever $1 a man invests in retirement savings to build an equivalent nest egg.

That’s not good news! (But we can fix it)

Women earn less than men in most careers and that can have a serious impact on our lifestyle in retirement. Here are some tips to boost your savings now to catch up.

Let’s be real here…on average our total retirement savings rate is just not that great, regardless of sex. According to the National Retirement Risk Index, just over half of U.S. families aren’t saving enough to maintain their standard of living once they’ve retired.

I see this time and time again working with clients and couples. There are so many reasons why this is happening, but at the end of the day it just means we all have to be super saving at knowing our numbers and finding ways to save, invest, and grow our money regardless of sex and the ridiculous pay gap.

On This Podcast Episode:

  • We’re dishing about the recent NerdWallet survey and their findings
  • Which states NerdWallet says women are gaining the most ground when it comes to closing the pay gap and equalizing savings
  • Strategies and tips women can use to in light of the savings shortage
  • Discuss why you should be retirement “double dipping”
  • Find the best IRA Providers & the best online brokers

Millennial Travel Guide to Stockholm

Stockholm is one of the most amazing cities that you will ever see. It’s got just about everything – stunning water, delicious food, great people, loads to see and do, a fantastic nightlife and some of the best hotels you will ever have the pleasure to stay at.

We’ve put together a millennial travel guide to Stockholm on this podcast episode to prove that Stockholm should be tops on your travel list for 2017. With the dollar being strong against most currencies, it’s more affordable than ever to visit this stunner of a city.

Stockholm should be tops on your travel list for 2017 and we're dishing all of the great millennial hotspots not to be missed.

On This Podcast Episode:

Stay tuned for a full downloadable Millennial Guide to Stockholm that will be released next week!

Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck |Tonya Rapley, My Fab Finance

Living paycheck to paycheck doesn't just happen to people with small incomes. It's a universal problem that is very real, but most people don't talk about it. So, what can you do if you find yourself in the paycheck to paycheck cycle?

My guest on this podcast is one cool chic, Tonya Rapley of My Fab Finance. She and I dish secrets to breaking free from the paycheck to paycheck mentality, cover some heavy subjects like what to do if you are a victim of financial abuse and end with a good ole' discussion about what it means to be an entrepreneur. It's a great episode jammed packed with good information…and of course, a bit fun.

 

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