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Coupled Finances on the Personal Finance Hour

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Please join us tonight (6PM Eastern, 3PM Pacific) on the Personal Finance Hour as JD and I discuss coupled finances. Many of you weighed in on the subject last Friday in the Your Take post on Coupled Finances (thank you!), and we’ll be using many of your points as discussion points during the show. We like to think of ourselves as an interactive show and would love it if you were to call in and chat with us. If you write a blog or have a favorite one you want to mention, please feel free to do so!

At 6PM Eastern, 3PM Pacific, the show will be broadcast online at this page (there’s also a chat room on that page where lots of listeners chat with one another, I’ve heard it’s a fun time!). You can also listen to the show on your telephone by calling calling (347) 327-9144. If you want to get on the air, hit “1″ and we’ll get the notification and get you try to get to you as soon as we can.

Subscribe with iTunes: Personal Finance Hour is on iTunes now, just click on this link to open our show’s information page in iTunes, and hit subscribe to get all of our shows for free!

We hope you are able to listen (live or later in the week!). Thanks!

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2 Responses to “Coupled Finances on the Personal Finance Hour”

  1. I was only able to listen to the first half before I had to leave, but I have to say, I really liked it.

    It’s very cool of you and JD to make yourselves regularly accessible despite the fact that your blogs are so large.

  2. Jackson says:

    Great discussion guys!

    It was very interesting to hear that JD and his wife’s parents both had joint finances and yet they didn’t. And also the first caller who’s parents divorced still felt it was natural to have everything joined.

    I gotta say though, the one bit where JD was saying how his wife loaned him the money for the car and he had to pay her back later felt so … I guess… strange to me.

    But hey, they’ve been married for so long so obviously it works for them and that’s great :)

    * * *

    Btw, aside from iTunes, is there anyway to download it as a simple MP3?


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