Are you going to do a Best of 2014 show? I know it is subjective, but I would love for you to list some of the best tips you have offered in 2014, based on listener feedback.
I’m thankful that Neil sent this email. While it may seem like an “obvious” thing to do, it wouldn’t have happened without Neil’s inspiration. So what follows are the top 10 podcasts and articles of 2014 based on user input. I also share three emails received from listeners, as well as my top picks of the year. Enjoy!
Table of Contents:
Top 10 Podcasts by Download
- My Interview with Joshua Sheats, CFP (DR 123)
- How to Stick to an Investment Plan (DR 118)
- 8 Tips for Blackbelt Budgeting (DR 106)
- Million Bucks by 30—Interview with Alan Corey (DR 104)
- Advanced Social Security Strategies—Interview with Marc Kiner (DR 119)
- Tools to Track Your Net Worth (DR 114)
- Save for a Down Payment or Invest for Retirement (DR 120)
- 100 Ways to Improve Your Finances (DR 100)
- Which retirement accounts should you withdrawal from first–Interview of Stuart Ritter of T. Rowe Price (DR 121)
- 5-year Rule on Roth IRA Contributions (DR 105)
Top 10 Blog Posts
- 31 Day Money Challenge: From January 2014, 31 articles and podcasts in 31 days to help you make the most of your money.
- The One-N-Done Method of Saving Money: How to save buckets of cash without changing your lifestyle.
- The 50/20/30 Budget: A simple yet effective way to budget.
- Cheapest Place to Buy an iPhone 6: The price difference from one carrier to the next will surprise you.
- 100 Ways to Improve Your Finances: The article was every bit as popular as the podcast.
- Review of Future Advisor: This review of a robo advisor made the top 10, which was a bit of a surprise.
- The #1 Way to Save Money: As chosen by all of you.
- Warren Buffett’s Asset Allocation:Based on his 2014 letter to Berkshire shareholders.
- 20 Ways to Save Money Without Pain or Sacrifice: We look at specific “one-n-done” ways to save money,
- How Best to Use a Backdoor Roth IRA: A great strategy for those who don’t qualify for a Roth IRA.
Neil: Here are a few of my nominations (in no particular order)