How Far Would We Go To Save $50, Childhood Money Perceptions and Selling a Home in a Pandemic

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How Far Would We Go To Save $50, Childhood Money Perceptions and Selling a Home in a Pandemic
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How Far Would We Go To Save $50, Childhood Money Perceptions and Selling a Home in a Pandemic

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Show Notes

Dan and Drew start off by asking "How far would you go to save $50?".  Then they talk about perceptions of money as a child and how that changed when they became adults.

Dan talks about receiving the IRS stimulus and what that was like.  Finally, Dan and Drew talk about whether it is worth it to pay a realtor to sell you home, even in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.

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