Andrew Giancola from Master Money and Dollar After Dollar reveals all of his personal finance, money, investing, business strategies, income sources, stock, and real estate investing tips so that you can build more wealth than you ever thought possible. Discover how to increase your income at your job and create multiple passive income streams that work for you, so you have the time and freedom to do what you love. Whether that’s travel, or having freedom from your day job. Since 2013, Andrew has been sharing the wins and losses of his personal finance journey. You will learn how to invest to create wealth in stocks, index funds, real estate, building businesses, and side-hustles. You will learn how to save more money, get a raise, set up simple budgets, build habits, personal growth, and money hacks that will take you to the next level with your finances. Take control of your money so you can live a stress-free, rich life. Anyone can be wealthy, Andrew will show you how. Hit subscribe... more
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Omg! He took one of the most prettifying topic of my generation and made it motivating and encouraging but not overwhelming. I love this dude. Great job! I’m really thankful for the knowledge you put out there that we are not given by the society or the family in my case.
I really enjoy listening to this podcast I find it very clear very easy to understand and most of all very knowledgeable I think the podcast host does a very good job explaining financial matters to the layman
I really enjoy this podcast, he is a good speaker, explains things very clearly and gets right to the point!
Andrew Giancola explores how guests approach their challenges and found answers along their journey to success. Truly inspiring, thank you.
I stumbled across this podcast because, like many of you, I don’t have the best handle on my finances but have recognized and own that, want to seek solutions, and want to move forward. I went to the “living paycheck to paycheck” episode thinking I’d get help but the 1st 20 minutes were literally yelling at you why you shouldn’t live in this manner. Don’t you think we get that? Don’t you think we were under enough stress, did our research, found you and were looking for help? I just found this t... more
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