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Check Your Balances

Ross Anderson, CFP® and Daniel Messeca, CFP®

Check Your Balances explores the world of personal finance, investing, and business through the lens of two financial planners that help people navigate some of life's most impactful financial decisions.


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Latest Episodes

YouTuber, investor, speaker, and author Brian Feroldi joins the show to talk about the inspiration for his series of personal finance graphics and the book he has coming out this spring. more

6 days ago

Ross and Dan were on a mission to bring to life Bill Mann's vision of a Monkey Butt on the blockchain.  They did so by creating the Monkey Butt NFT!  This week, we discuss what the process was like to create an NFT, and we also address a listener que... more

13 days ago

We kick off the year feeling 22 and addressing listener questions! This week we address improving a credit score, differences in 529 and ABLE accounts, Fully Paid Securities Lending, and even a hint of Payment For Order Flow. more

20 days ago


5 out of 5 stars from 22 ratings
  • Favorite new podcast

    These guys are smart, thoughtful, and I like hanging out with them once a week. Also appreciate the fact that they don't waste anyone's time.

    Apple Podcasts
    Listening in the DMV
    United States8 months ago
  • Refreshingly Educational

    Ross and Dan, are a great team with terrific chemistry! They cover relevant finance topics imparting education in a fun filled broadcast. Really enjoy listening to them every week. Keep it up and all the best Ross and Dan.

    Apple Podcasts
    Sam D1
    United States10 months ago
  • Fresh Take Sans the Floundering

    Fan since day one. This is a well rounded approach to all things finance and business. Informative and deliberate, Ross and Dan don't waste your time with unnecessary banter. The chemistry is solid; the right amount of quips, each response compliments the next. In short, see what senor buttslam's review.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 months ago
  • Smart, actionable information

    Two smart people, talking in straightforward language, about the different ways money intersects with our lives. And they don't waste time. Happy to add this to my weekly podcast listening lineup.

    Apple Podcasts
    Marketing Exec.
    United Statesa year ago
  • Makes me so hot

    That Ross is a freaking dream boat *SWOOOOOOOON* more

    Apple Podcasts
    Señor Buttslam
    United Statesa year ago

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