When the stock market and real estate market crashed simultaneously in late 2008 and early 2009 we were unprepared because we didn’t have an emergency account. I was 22 years old with a new baby at home and several hundred thousand dollars in debt. I had no savings account, no college degree, and my wife and
I’ve been tired. I went from high school, to college, to dating my future spouse, to working 3 part time jobs, to working a full time job, to getting married, to building a home, and facing over $300,000 in debt by the time I was 21 years old. We had a baby, lost our jobs,
If you’re going to operate a business that can be sustainable and serve your customer base well, you need to know who they are. Unfortunately, even though our business has existed for almost 7 years now, I have never taken a moment to ask my clients anything about how we can serve them well. I
Getting a house ready to sell is really not a fun process. I walk my clients through what to do all the time and it’s never really impacted me to show them the places they need to paint or the closets that need decluttered. But we are now selling our current home and I took my
On this episode of the Casey Lewis Podcast we answer questions about real estate investing, paying off debt, and where to put an emergency account.
On this episode Casey discusses several money tips you can try out in 2016. He also answers 2 questions from the internet about debt collections and starting the process of getting out of debt.
It’s a new year so we’re doing new things! In this episode Casey answers questions about taxes, insurance, and various financial goals you should have in 2016.