THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED! WIM was finally released from protective custody this week, and in a double secret probation reveal, he is un-trapped from the closet as he discusses his upcoming book and his government name, and that’s just the first five minutes of this week’s show!
On topics you actually care about, this week’s Money Minute covers a few easy changes you can make to save over $4,500 a year. For example, did you know if you pay over $200 for cable, you’re paying more than $2,400 a year and you spent over $12,000 in the last five years? Damn Daniel, back at it again with the cable vans? And that’s just one bill we discuss. Imagine how much money you could save if you focused on cutting back in the top 3 most expensive bills for the Average American Family? That’s why this week’s show focuses on where the average person is spending their money and how you can make some simple (and temporary) cutbacks to save thousands over the next 12 months. After all, $287,000 is the new $100,000. It might be time for you to consider some “lifestyle deflation”. But, it’s not all bad news! Our Main Segment talks about why Millennials do it better (than Baby Boomers, anyway)!
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