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Should You Buy A Car With Life Insurance? – Episode 216

Today’s episode is a listener question from Chris where he’s asking if it makes sense to buy a car using a life insurance policy. Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel address this question to help listeners understand their best options.

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10 Things We Learn From Our TV Dads – Episode 215

Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel share financial wisdom that’s mentioned in a June article from The Penny Hoarder titled “10 Things We Learn From Our TV Dads”.

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Financial Advice For Your Twenties- Episode 214

The way you do finances may not be the same way your parents did it. Let best-selling author and financial planner Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel tell you the top ten tricks to financial prosperity in today’s world.

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Five Ways to Achieve Prosperity- Episode 213

To achieve prosperity means more than to just have money. In this episode, best selling author Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel outline the Five Faces to Prosperity. These are the old-school values to Prosperity Economics that have continued to define the movement. Learn what it takes to live a harmonious life in just 18 minutes.

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Fixing the Biggest Mistakes that Startups Make – Episode 212

Welcome to the 212th episode of the Prosperity Podcast! In this episode, best selling author Kim Butler and No B.S. Money Guy Todd Strobel talk about the five biggest financial mistakes that startups make according to David Ehrenberg. Find out how to avoid these mistakes to maximum your cash flow and ensure the success or your small business.

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