Highlights of today’s show:
- My wife Lisa joins us as a special guest
- The listening audience did a lot of good things in 2012
- A lot planned for 2013
- Doesn’t matter where you are financially, you have to start somewhere
- Thanks for a great 2012, looking forward to an even better 2013
Today is a special edition of the podcast as my wife Lisa joins me on today’s show to read all the responses we got from you, the listener, for the Year End podcast. This podcast is all about you as we share what you did to improve your finances in 2012 as well as hear what you are planning on doing in 2013 with your finances.
We got responses from people in all kinds of financial situations. Some were already debt free, some became debt free, and still others were taking the steps necessary to become debt free. The goal of this podcast is to encourage you to set goals for 2013. If you have yet to create your financial goals for the upcoming year, there is still time.
For my wife and me, we were able to do a lot of things in 2012 to improve our finances. Pay for a car with cash, take a debt free vacation, and load up on our HSA were just some of the few things we did. In 2013 one of our big goals it to sell our condo and purchase a new home.
Thanks to all of you for listening in 2012 and for those of you who sent in their individual responses for this podcast. I would like to thank the following people for sending in their responses:
- Josh Levitt-LevittCoaching.com
- Aaron Nichols-WeirdForGood.com
- Glen Steinson-Stewardship Weekly Podcast
- Jose Figueroa-Figueroafinancial.com
- Scott Maderer-FocusedIntensityCoaching.com
- Brad Kinder-Kindercoaching.com
- Jen McDonough-TheIronJen.com
- Chris Pilon-Dadrenaline.com
- Keith Bunn-Cavuscoaching.blogspot.com
- Steve Stewart-MoneyplanSOS.com
- Joshua Brown-BrownsBalancedLife.blogspot.com
- Felix Montelara-PotencialMillonario.wordpress.com
- Deacon Bradley-LifeStoked.com
- Meg Crispin-Sparing-Change.blogspot.com and her blog post that she mentioned in her response can be found here.
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You can find prior editions of the podcast at the podcast archive page.