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Best friends Joel and Matt believe that when you handle your money in a purposeful, thoughtful way that works for your lifestyle, you can really start living a rich life.

Customer Reviews


Hey guys, I’ve listened to your podcast for a while, but I wanted to say congrats on the new advertisement! I just started the Broken Hart’s podcast and the second episode opened with your voices, completely throwing me off until I realized it was an ad. Your podcast is amazing. Thanks, guys!

You guys are out of touch with the average American

I have never left a negative review on a podcast. I really hope you consider reading my constructive criticism.

I listened to your episode about using your bike to commute to the store and work. You guys started giving fake statistics that most people live around 7 miles away from their work. You also stated that if you don’t live near your work, then you should move closer.


I thought this podcast was about being frugal. Look at property prices, and rental rates. It is way more expensive to live in a city (which is most likely where your job is), than in a suburb or rural area.

Say you live 40 miles away from your job. Rent is HALF of what it could be if you lived in a city. That still might only be a savings of around $200 a month in fuel, but does that really offset the cost of the high rent or property costs?

I understand being environmentally conscious, but you need to step outside your city life and gain some real experiences. Ask somebody that lives in a rural community what they might do to save money.

And no, just in case you were wondering, I didn’t vote for Trump.

I will give your podcast another chance, but I hope you consider this review the next time you try to understand who your audience might be.

Should be called “How to drink beer”

What a waste of time. These guys talk for roughly 30+ mins and 20 is talking about beer.

If I want to listen to a podcast about beer, I’ll find one about that.

Not to mention that they suggest giving your money to an organization that actively hides and dodges the law to protect pedophiles from being prosecuted.

Aka: the church

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