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This collection of TV appearances by the authors of “HowMoneyWorks, Stop Being a Sucker” and articles relating to the book will catch you up on the ongoing conversation.
Do you have any big New Years resolutions? If not, consider getting a financial education by reading the HowMoneyWorks® book. Tom Mathews explains why.
Inflation is at a record high, making gift shopping more stressful than ever. Tom is back with Gayle Guyardo with a few tips to not break the bank over the holidays.
James Wilkerson joins Fox19 to tackle the wealth gap during Black History Month.
One in four women will experience domestic abuse in her lifetime. It almost always coincides with financial abuse. Kim Scouller is here to show you all the red flags to look out for.
Christa Mathews is revealing how we can educate our children in financial principles. She joins KOIN to share how to equip young people with the knowledge and power they need to succeed in life.
Money is the number one reason for conflict in relationships. Tom Mathews is here to help you foster a better relationship with your loved ones—and your finances.
According to top economists, a recession is on the horizon for 2023. But don’t worry - there are steps you can take this holiday season to prepare yourself. Tom Mathews shares his expert insights and practical tips on how to weather the storm and come out ahead. Don’t miss out on this valuable advice!
Kim Scouller leads an important conversation on financial abuse. Hear insights for victims and survivors so they can take back control of their money.
Certified Financial Educator James Wilkerson has the answer about how money works. On KNWA, he shares the four essential steps to focus on.
If you’re a woman suffering abuse, Kim Scouller wants you to know there’s hope. Here’s how you can protect yourself and make your escape.
With Valentine’s Day on the horizon, Tom Mathews discusses how to navigate finances with your better half. It might be the boost your relationship needs.
Not sure how you’re going to afford presents this holiday season? Tom Mathews and Steve Siebold share some insights into celebrating within your means and how understanding money can up your gift giving game.
Tom Mathews and Steve Siebold sit down with Cyndi Edwards to talk financial illiteracy and how millionaires think about money.
The average person will never need to read another financial book after HowMoneyWorks®. Steve Siebold explains how it creates a powerful foundation for taking control of your finances.
The first step to success is to change your mindset. Co-authors of HowMoneyWorks®, Steve Siebold and Tom Mathews, give five key insights on how to think like the wealthy.
HowMoneyWorks® was written so a middle schooler could understand fundamental financial concepts. Author Tom Mathews shares why teaching our kids about money is so important and five tips for making financial literacy exciting.
The Covid-19 pandemic was a financial crisis for many. How can you regain your financial footing in the wake of the largest public health crisis in memory? Steve Siebold is here to guide the way.
Setting your kids up for success begins early. Modelling a positive relationship with money and a strong work ethic creates a foundation for the financial literacy of future generations.
If you keep your money in a low-interest savings account, youʼre losing money. Discover how a financial education can help you put your hard earned paycheck to work.
Jan 29 2020
Tom Mathews and Steve Siebold explain the life changing power of the Rule of 72.
Jan 17 2020
Steve Siebold lays out 10 things that keep you from achieving your full potential.
Jan 27 2020
North Carolina has started teaching financial literacy in schools. The rest of the country should follow suit.
Feb 7 2020
Steve Siebold breaks down the difference between a middle class and millionaire mindset.
Feb 21 2020
Steve Siebold on saving, missed opportunities, and following the money.