E10: Expensive hobbies
In this episode, we explore the costs of being a hobbyist. “Expensive” is a relative term, but some hobbies are more costly than others. In this episode, we talk about 3 big ones: cars, sports and food. What impact do your hobbies have on your financial plan?
- The connection between hobbies and identity
- How to squeeze some cash flow out of a depreciating asset
- How to handle “sneaky” hobbies that impact multiple budget categories
- Ways to bring down the cost of being a foodie
In this episode we discuss
- Turo- a car sharing service
- Average Car Payment is $563 according to Lending Tree
- How to get the best deal on a used car
- NFL Fan Gear just got more expensive
- Average NFL ticket price, by team
- Facebook Marketplace has 1 Billion users
- Eat Better on a Budget
- New Guidance from IRS on expanded deduction for food and beverage
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