DR Podcast 300: The Q&A Episode

You asked and Rob answered! We’re celebrating episode 300 of the Doughroller Podcast with questions from our listeners. One of the favorites: How do you know when you’ve reached financial freedom? Episode 300 is all about you, our loyal listeners! We reached out to you on our Dough Rollers Facebook group to find out how we can […]


DR Podcast 298: Paying Off Debt vs. Investing

In this episode Rob tackles questions from the Dough Rollers Facebook group. The common theme: should you pay off debt first and save or invest later? If you’ve ever thought about borrowing from your 401k to pay off debt, you’re not alone. One of our readers is considering this option and posed the question to […]


DR Podcast 297: The Blue Binder – How to Create a Financial Binder

Where in the world is Rob? Though he’s been absent for a short while, Rob is back to tell you about his recent adventures and some exciting news. In this episode you’ll learn how to create a financial binder and why it’s important. But first, he asks: What would happen if I got hit by a […]


Should You Use a 529 for Private K-12?

A number of  impacts from the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act have attracted more press coverage than others, including the 529 plan expansion. Here, we’ll talk about that expansion and what you need to consider before making any withdrawals. As you may already know, section 529 plans, usually referred to as simply 529s, offer […]


12 Websites Offering Odd Jobs to Earn Extra Cash

Whether you’re unemployed or just need a bit of extra cash, finding odd jobs online is a great place to start. These 12 websites can be good places to find odd jobs that make good money. Be warned: they might require you to be a bit open-minded and creative and to have a good sense […]