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MOB #61 – Rough October & Bank Fees

November 3rd, 2008 · podcasts

On this episode of Millionaire or Bust, we start off the show by summarizing the month of October. Things got pretty crazy during the month, so we needed to talk about the economy shrinking in the third quarter, the beating the stock markets took, the falling crude oil prices and the rising mortgage rates.

Then we got into a story about the rising bank fees that we’re all starting to see at our banks and how we can protect ourselves from paying out more of our hard earned money for those fees. That way, we’ll have more money to go towards building our wealth rather than padding the bottom lines of our banks.

Before wrapping up the show, we remind everyone that Talli was nominated for Best Health Podcast in the 2008 Podcast Awards and invite them to check out Talli’s other podcast, Being Healthy for Busy People, if they haven’t already. If you like it, you should support it and Talli by voting. Voting can be done once per day until Nov. 6, 2008. So, if you like the show, vote early and vote daily at PodcastAwards.com.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Shawno // Nov 6, 2008 at 12:22 am

    I’d be pretty happy if the interest rate on my mortgage was 6.45%. But I don’t live in a real house, so that’s why mine is higher.

    Anyway, great show.

  • 2 Maria Isabel // Nov 8, 2008 at 11:51 pm

    I liked the way you presented the messed up economical situation we are in now. Thanks for making it a little easier for me to understand.

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