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Dollar Otter Podcast

Dollar Otter Podcast

By Dollar Otter Podcast
Helping Families Achieve Financial Freedom through paying off debt, saving for retirement, & managing money.
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Episode 19 - 12 Budget Mistakes
Don’t fall prey to one of these common household budget mistakes. Visit our blog at
February 9, 2019
Episode 18 - Revolving Debt & Does the Snowball Payment Method Work
In this podcast, we explore why revolving debt can be treacherous and then we learn why the debt snowball method is mathematically wrong. Visit our website at
January 20, 2019
Episode 17 - Credit Reports & Scoring Mode
Discover how credit reports and scores are calculated and how to use it to your favor. Get a free credit report at and you can get a Free score at Be sure to visit our website: and follow us on Instagram: @DollarOtter_Blog
January 19, 2019
Episode 16 - Why Financial Disasters Can Teach Us a Lesson
Explore several ways that you can compartmentalism your income to avert your own financial disaster.
January 14, 2019
Episode 15 - Analyze Your Spending
In this podcast we highlight the importance of knowing where your money is spent and analyzing your spending habits. Course:; Free financial software:
January 14, 2019
Episode 14 - Marriage & Money
Marriage & money are two words that creates tension. Working together and openly discussing finances makes a stronger marriage and in this podcast, we will discuss 4 Steps to Achieve that by having a KCD, Kitchen Counter Discussion.
January 13, 2019
Episode 13 - Why I’m Betting on American Markets
In 2019, market strategists, analysts, and Portfolio Managers are making their guess for the new year. Discover why I’m hoarding cash and seeking buying opportunities for this growing American market.
January 11, 2019
Episode 12 - Creating a Solid Budget
We explore common budgeting mistakes and ways to improve your household budgeting.
January 6, 2019
Episode 11 - Earning Extra Money
In this podcast, we explore 15 Ways to Earn Extra Income, I recommend,, and Teachable.come as other resources.
January 6, 2019
Episode 10 - Setting Financial Goals in the New Year
As the New Year is quickly approaching, the time to set goals is upon us. Executing and following through are the toughest parts in setting goals but having something to keep you accountable will help. Let’s dive in!
December 30, 2018
Episode 9 - Building an Emergency Fund
Discover why building an emergency fund and how easy it is to start to saving.
December 29, 2018
Episode 8 - Understanding IRAs
Are you saving for retirement? With tax advantages towards saving for the future, Individual Retirement Arrangement accounts are ideal and here’s why.
December 29, 2018
Episode 7 - using Credit Cards with 0% Interest to Get out of Debt
In this podcast I discuss the pros and cons of using introductory rates from credit cards to get out of debt.
December 26, 2018
Episode 6 - Ways to Earn Extra Income
Are you overspent from Christmas and have holiday bills and debt to pay off? Or do you need extra income over next few months? In this podcast we explore three strategies to put more money in your pocket.
December 22, 2018
Episode 5 - Earning Income with Alternative Investments
Inspired by a CNBC article on Chris Reining, he had a goal to become a millionaire by age 35. He accomplished his goal by age 37! He didn’t use the stock market but used this strategy I highlight in the podcast.
December 20, 2018
Episode 4 - 4 Best Ways to Unintentionally Save Money
In this podcast we will explore four of the best apps to help you save & invest your money! Show notes can be found at
December 17, 2018
Episode 3 What is Your Risk Tolerance
Investing has risk. With so many variations of risk from reinvestment risk to inflation risk, it is important to know what your time horizon is and how much risk you’re willing to take.
December 16, 2018
Episode 2 When to Start Investing
Knowing when to invest is as important as what you are investing. I recommend not investing until you have the following: Emergency Fund, 3-6 months Savings, and at least $1,000 to invest.
December 16, 2018
Episode 1 Characteristics of Mutual Funds.
Mutual Funds are either Open-end (sales charge & fees) or Closed-end Funds (no sales charge). Take our free online course to learn about mutual funds: IRS Publication 550:
December 16, 2018