The Frugal Couple
De David Podley
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Learn how to save, invest, and otherwise live a healthy financial life with your partner.
||The Frugal Couple – Episode #4 – Our Parents’ Role in Our Financial Development||David Podley and clinical psychologist Dr. Joe Dilley talk about the effect our parents’ had on our financial development and how we choose to pass or not pass these traits on to our children.. This episode can be downloaded through this link, or yo||22/4/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||The Frugal Couple – Episode #3 – Figuring Out How to Assign Expenses in Your Budget||David Podley and clinical psychologist Dr. Joe Dilley discuss how to categorize expenses in your budget when you and your partner don’t see eye-to-eye. This episode can be downloaded through this link, or you can subscribe to our podcast updates thr||9/4/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||The Frugal Couple – Episode #2 – Communicating With Your Partner About Finances||Dr. Joe Dilley and David Podley talk about how two partners can both talk about the same financial issue yet not be communicating at all. How to tell if you and your partner are putting different meanings on the same thing If you and your partner are talk||25/3/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||The Frugal Couple Podcast – Interview with Psychologist Dr. Joe Dilley on Financial Harmony||Mr. Frugal and Dr. Joe Dilley talk about how to keep intimate relationships healthy when dealing with finances. When two people are in a relationship, emotional baggage can be brought into it, especially in the area of money. We have our first experiences||17/3/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||The Frugal Couple Podcast – Episode 1 (or 10)||The Frugal Couple Podcast is back online. I have made some changes and we’re moving toward interviews rather than Mr. Frugal’s discourses. A lot has changed since I started The Frugal Couple. All along it’s been a blog, but I’ve da||17/3/09||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|
||Allowances Aren’t Just for Kids||Getting a quarter a week doesn’t quite cut it any more, but Mrs. Frugal and I have found that we began to feel more relaxed about our finances when we gave ourselves allowances. It’s not a huge amount, but what we found is that we feel as thou||30/1/08||Gratis||Ver en iTunes|