Ep 243 – Can I Save When It Doesn’t Seem Like There’s Enough?

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Ep 243 – Can I Save When It Doesn’t Seem Like There’s Enough?

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We’re still out of breath from the election, but we are breathing a little easier. But Covid-19 is on the rise again and the holidays are coming up. It’s going to be a hard year for family gatherings (or lack thereof). We hope you stay safe and give yourself some time off if you can. But we still need to find time to celebrate the good things. And one super good thing we can celebrate is Tiff released the cover for her book, Get Good With Money (2:15)! The book is coming in March 2021. But in the meantime you take the financial wholeness quiz to see how close you are to being financially whole.

We’ve got some great questions for you this week like:

  • (25:00) I’m just having a lot of trouble saving money. Is it actually possible for me to save money when there just doesn’t seem to be enough?
  • (31:20) I own a home that’s in need of a LOT of work. I took a home equity loan for the repairs. I haven’t spent the money yet because of the pandemic. Should I hold onto that money or go ahead with the repairs?

Check out these links for more info:

BA Episode with Christina and Amon from Our Rich Journey

Our Rich Journey

Our Rich Journey Jr

What’s a Home Equity Loan?

Pixel LabCorp Covid-19 Test

Neal Katyal on IG

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