NATHANOMICS

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Synopsis

Money coach, Nate Oeming, shares a wealth of tips to help you live your best financial life. He’s passionate about doing simple things right now that enable you to reach your goals. Discover the economics of smart planning, saving and investing.

Episodes

  • 25: Listener Question – Annuities

    12/12/2019 Duration: 15min

    Money Coach, Nate Oeming, answers a listener question about annuities. When it comes to your portfolio, are they amazing? Or, are they the worst thing ever? Nate’s got opinions and he gets real about how annuities are sold. Grab a coffee and pull up a mug because you’re about to hear something valuable. We’d love to hear your feedback and answer your questions on the show! Email us at nate@nathanomics.com

  • 24: Preparing for Anything

    18/11/2019 Duration: 16min

    Join Money Coach, Nate Oeming, as he talks about making decisions today that someone in your future will be thankful for. How do you create security? One way is to make sure you plan for the worst, along with the best. This down-to-earth discussion about money is for anyone who someone is counting on. We’d love to hear your feedback and answer your questions on the show. Email us at nate@nathanomics.com

  • 23: The D Word (Divorce) and How to Survive it Financially

    31/10/2019 Duration: 16min

    Approximately 39% of marriages end in divorce. Money coach, Nate Oeming, teaches you how to navigate the financial aspects of uncoupling as painlessly as possible. Learn what to do after a division of assets, how to reexamine your goals, and how to move on with new ones. Plus, learn about the most important thing divorced couples should do, but often forget. Is there a way to avoid mutual assured financial destruction? You’re about to find out. We’d love to answer your emails on the show: nate@nathanomics.com  

  • 22: Women, Men, Money.

    01/10/2019 Duration: 18min

    Welcome to Season 2 of smart financial advice from money coach, Nate Oeming. This season, we are tackling the really big questions about the taboo subject of money. Kelly asks Nate what advice he has for women who are in or out of relationship, who want to ensure their independence and financial security. His expert guidance applies to everyone. On the Nathanomics Podcast, we’re answering the personal finance questions you’re asking! Send your question to nate@nathanomics.com Thank you SO MUCH for listening! The Nathanomics Podcast exists because Nate and Kelly want everyone to live a life of dignity, security and independence. Please share our podcast with someone you care about.

  • Our Best Money Saving Tips

    16/08/2019 Duration: 42min

    Nate and Kelly share their favorite money saving tips in this fun season wrap-up. Your personal money coach tells you how to find extra money to invest in your future without putting a pinch on your lifestyle. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to save hundreds, even thousands of dollars each year. And don’t forget Nate’s number one rule – pay yourself first! We talk about everything from mortgage payoff tips to grocery shopping conveniences. Why? Because thousands of dollars invested wisely today could grow into millions of dollars for your grandchildren.   We’d love to hear your feedback about our first season of the Nathanomics podcast! How are we doing? Send questions you'd like to have answered during Season 2 of the show. Email nate@nathanomics.com Thank you for listening this year! We have tons of great things in store for you during season 2, including free downloads, local meet & greets with Nate, and more.

  • Life Checklist

    02/08/2019 Duration: 16min

    Have you created a life checklist? Money coach, Nate Oeming, walks you through the checkboxes that should definitely be on your list. Whether you’re single or you have a family depending upon you, looking out for the ones you love means having simple documents and a plan in place. What if you didn’t wake up tomorrow? Where would your assets go, and who would be responsible for handling matters? Nate answers questions like, does a stay-at-home spouse need life insurance? What if you became disabled and couldn’t perform your job? What impact would an expensive health event have on your retirement? No, it’s not the lightest of conversations. But you’ll feel a weight has been lifted off your shoulders when you have your checklist complete and a plan in place. We’d love to hear your feedback and answer your questions on the show. Email us at nate@nathanomics.com  

  • Does Money Equal Happiness?

    17/07/2019 Duration: 17min

    Nate and Kelly talk about whether success leads to happiness, or happiness leads to success. Nate shares stories about people who’ve found themselves in a mid-career crisis when they discover chasing the money didn’t make them happy. He offers helpful advice on what to do if you find yourself hating your job or not being fulfilled by certain aspects of it. Kelly talks about how experiencing joy has fueled her work ethic and given her momentum. And listen up small business owners, because Nate gets you thinking about how often you work on your business vs. work in your business. We’d love to hear your feedback and answer your questions on the show. Email us at nate@nathanomics.com.

  • How Much Money Do You Need?

    02/07/2019 Duration: 12min

    Waiting for one big payout to fund your retirement dreams? Find out why an “I’ll invent the next App and get rich” mentality could be putting you years behind. Money Coach, Nate Oeming, shares stories and tips that help you define what retirement looks like for you. Kelly asks Nate about the cost of living and Nate explains steps in determining how much money we’ll need in retirement now that we’re living healthier, longer lives.

  • How a Regular Person Can Retire at 30

    18/06/2019 Duration: 15min

    There are a ton of books and blogs promising you a pathway to early retirement. Is it all just a bunch of hot air? Or, is it actually possible for regular people to retire early? In Episode 17, Money Coach, Nate Oeming, answers Kelly’s questions about savings, side hustles, and working hard now in order to play hard later. Plus, he brings up some important warnings about inflation, income and life expectancy that you absolutely need to consider in order to live your retirement to the fullest. Got a question for Nate? Email us at nate@nathanomics.com Like Nathanomics on Facebookfor weekly challenges and live wealthy Fridays!

  • SRIs, EFTs and Margins, Oh My!

    01/06/2019 Duration: 19min

    We all have the feels about oil, guns and the environment. But should you be making investment decisions based on your personal values? Nate gets to the heart of the definition of socially responsible investing (SRIs). The choice may not be as simple as you think. And everyone’s buzzing about low cost EFT’s. Do they deserve a place in your portfolio? Nate shares his opinion about borrowing money on margin against your investments. You need to hear what your money coach has to say. Grab a cup of coffee and take in a ton of knowledge before the last sip. Got a question for Nate? Email us at nate@nathanomics.com Like Nathanomics on Facebookfor weekly challenges and live wealthy Fridays!

  • DIY (Self-Help) Investing

    15/05/2019 Duration: 18min

    With Ai and new technologies emerging daily, it’s pretty much become a DIY, self-help world. So Kelly asks money coach, Nate Oeming, the question that nearly every investor wonders about - “Couldn’t I save a bunch of money by investing on my own?” Nate talks the pros and cons of DIY investing, and you may be surprised by his answer. Plus, Nate discusses what it might reveal about a person if they like to flaunt their money. Finally, hear some reassuring financial wisdom for when things go bad in the stock market. Yep, we said when, not if. Hold on to your wallet for another great episode! Got a question for Nate? Email us at nate@nathanomics.com Like Nathanomics on Facebookfor weekly challenges and live wealthy Fridays! We’re looking for sponsors to support our mission of bringing free financial advice to a growing number of people who want to plan for the best life they can. Email us at advertise@nathanomics.com

  • How to Know Who to Trust

    01/05/2019 Duration: 20min

    Kelly and Nate wrap up their 3-part series on the most revealing questions you should ask a potential advisor. They saved the best for last! Find out Nate’s biggest concerns about who holds your money and investments. He clarifies what comprehensive planning really means, because even though a lot of advisors say they do it, by his definition, they don’t. And what about retirement income? Find out why the accumulation of wealth is totally different than having an income strategy. And when it comes to trust, what’s the most revealing question of all? You’re about to find out! Got a question for Nate? Email us at nate@nathanomics.com Like Nathanomics on Facebookfor weekly challenges and live wealthy Fridays! We’re looking for sponsors to support our mission of bringing free financial advice to a growing number of people who want to plan for the best life they can. Email us at advertise@nathanomics.com

  • Some Questions Have Telling Answers

    15/04/2019 Duration: 15min

    Planning is the key to a happy and long retirement. But who can you trust to guide you? Asking the right questions is paramount in figuring it out. And frankly, some questions are a lot more telling than others. Money coach, Nate Oeming, shares more of the 10 things you should be asking any potential investment advisor. Join us for part 2 of this 3-part conversation that empowers you to make wise financial decisions and avoid wasting time or feeling regret.

  • You've Just Got To Ask

    01/04/2019 Duration: 17min

    How do you find someone you can trust to manage your money? You need to look out for yourself and ask the really hard questions. Financial coach, Nate Oeming, shares the most important things you should be asking any potential financial advisor. Plus, he tells you what you should be looking for in their answers. Before you choose an advisor to help you with saving and investing, getting out of debt, planning your retirement and funding your short and long-term goals like buying a home or paying for your child’s college education, invest a little time in listening to Nate’s advice. It could save you years of financial regret. This is part 1 of a 3-part conversation that empowers you to grow and protect your hard-earned money in the best ways possible.

  • How to Be Better Off

    15/03/2019 Duration: 14min

    In Episode 11, Financial Coach, Nate Oeming, shares the three principles and three practices that allow you to be better off than most people. Is building wealth really that simple? Nate thinks it is, if you stick to the plan. Plus, Kelly asks questions about buying big-ticket items. How much house should you buy? Is a boat a good investment? What about an RV? You may be surprised to find out how Nate feels about financial “Rules of Thumb.”

  • Cash vs. the Credit Monster

    06/03/2019 Duration: 16min

    In Episode 10 – Financial coach, Nate Oeming, talks about good money skills and how you can take advantage of the credit system without letting credit card companies take advantage of you. Nate offers tips on digging yourself out of debt, teaching your college student to manage credit, and how nothing compares to the feeling of being debt free.

  • What's With All The Drama?

    19/02/2019 Duration: 15min

    In Episode 9 – Financial Mentor, Nate Oeming, calls out the financial media for instilling fear and creating drama in order to get your clicks. He talks about the positive aspects of today’s economy, why optimism is the only realism and why your goals should be the only thing driving your investment decisions.  .

  • The Goal-Driven Portfolio

    01/02/2019 Duration: 15min

    In Episode 8 – Financial coach, Nate Oeming, gives you the lowdown on investment portfolios. He talks about what you should expect and why a portfolio is pointless if it doesn’t take into consideration your short and long-term goals. He discusses the difference between allocation and diversification, choosing appropriate investments, and why it makes good sense to have all your finances managed in one place. Grab a cup of coffee and listen in to Nate’s fifteen minutes of down-to-earth financial tips!

  • Emergency Cash Stash

    09/01/2019 Duration: 14min

    In Episode 7 – Money Coach, Nate Oeming talks about keeping an emergency cash reserve to insulate yourself from the impact of job loss. How much do you need? He also talks about planning ahead for your retirement date. How can you make sure stock market volatility doesn’t keep you from retiring when you want to? Grab a cup of coffee and join our candid conversation about ways to help your financial plan flourish and grow.

  • Getting Real About Real Estate

    06/12/2018 Duration: 16min

    In Episode 6 – Join Money Coach, Nate Oeming, as he talks about owning (and not owning) real estate. Is it always a good investment? Or, is it perfectly okay to rent for the rest of your life? Nate shares his thoughts about owning investment properties, from traditional rentals to short-term vacation rentals. And what about wanting to be a nomad? Grab a cup of coffee and listen in to his helpful advice.

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