• Summary

  • What’s it like to have no debt, no credit cards, and no credit score? It sounds like freakish existence in today’s world, but it’s what this podcast is all about. Steve Stewart hasn’t had a single credit card or consumer debt since 2007. In 2010, he launched the Money Plan SOS podcast to share the knowledge gained while living a credit-free lifestyle. Along the way he learned about the negative effects of building a credit score and eventually found a way to be credit worthy - even without a mortgage! The understanding you will gain from listening to the Money Plan SOS podcast is that you truly can have NO DEBT, NO CREDIT, and have NO PROBLEMS! Listen as I walk you through the thoughts and ideas I had while going from a negative net worth to half a million in liquid assets and a paid-for house. You too can have no debt, no credit, and no problems.
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  • The BEST and WORST of the Money Plan SOS Podcast

    Nov 23 2020

    Welcome! If you are new to the Money Plan SOS podcast then sit back. I’ll share with you the 20 best episodes, 10 “staple” episodes, and the 13 worst episodes.

    I also share my journey through money over the past two decades.

    The full show notes are at https://moneyplansos.com/best-and-worst-of-money-plan-sos

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    59 mins
  • What People Learned About Money By Blogging About Money

    Sep 23 2015

    #200: The MoneyPlan SOS podcast is now retired with this final episode. It was recorded LIVE at FinCon15 with nine bloggers who learned about money while blogging about money.

    In this final episode, nine financial bloggers answer the question, "Have you learned anything about money since blogging about money?"

    • Eric Rosenberg (Narrow Bridge Media)
    • Emily Guy Birken (Wisebread, Book: 5 Years Before You Retire)
    • Katie Austin (Writes for ActiveHours.com)
    • Todd Tresidder (FinancialMentor.com)
    • Stefanie O’Connell (The Broke and Beautiful Life)
    • Athena Lent (Being Fabulous Has No Price Tag)
    • Miranda Marquit (Planting Money Seeds)
    • JD Roth (Get Rich Slowly, new blog MoneyBoss.com)
    • Eva Baker (TeensGotCents.com)


    The MoneyPlan SOS podcast is now retired


    This was the final episode of the Money Plan SOS podcast. Why?

    Somehow, I became known in the FinCon community as a podcast guru (they even gave me a shirt that said FinCon Podcast Guru on the front).

    This pivot into a new career allows me to help others who podcast about financial literacy topics by editing/engineering their recordings.

    My new home-base is SteveStewart.me

    Thank you for being a listener. It's been a true honor to host this show and help anyone who will listen PAY ATTENTION - NOT INTEREST!

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    30 mins
  • Is Giving a Tithe Mandatory? Chris Brown from True Stewardship

    Sep 3 2015

    #199: Is tithing mandatory for Christians? Chris Brown and I discuss this to get to the root of the problem - which has little to do with ten percent.

    Chris Brown has been a pastor for several years, speaking to congregations and audiences all over the United States.

    Full show notes at https://moneyplansos.com/chris-brown-from-true-stewardship-is-tithing-mandatory-for-christians

    He recently became on of Dave Ramsey's Speakers and now hosts the popular True Stewardship Podcast.

    In this episode, Chris and I tackle this touchy subject of tithing:

    • What is a tithe?

    • Who is called to give a tithe?

    • What about the "Old Testament vs New Testament" argument around giving a tithe?

    • Are we asked to give a tithe based on the gross or net of our paychecks?


    Connect with Chris Brown online:





    Also in this episode:

    Ponda from the Honda: If a Billionaire doesn't have to buy a new car then why do we?


    Where is MoneyPlanSOS going?

    The MoneyPlan SOS podcast is retiring after episode 200. You can find all my new shows at http://SteveStewart.me/newshow

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    37 mins

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