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Questioning Your Cents Launch

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Questioning Your Cents

Does the thought of a financial podcast summon images of your college accounting professor droning on and on in a too-warm lecture hall?

Well, it is time to ditch the flashback. Because this podcast is anything but boring. Questioning Your Cents takes the real-world experience of tax advisors of Molen & Associates who have taken a deep dive into more than 10,000 financial situations to help you stop and think about your finances.

About Questioning Your Cents

Questioning Your Cents focuses on helping you solve your tax and financial headaches. Kevin and Charles have been best friends since they were 10 years old and both work for Molen & Associates today. You’ll feel like your chatting with friends and even learn a little along the way. If you’ve ever wanted free advice from a tax advisor, accountant or financial coach, now is the time!

Latest Episode

Unraveling Tax Headaches & Building Financial Vision

Get ready for real-world, pragmatic tax and financial advice for business owners, entrepreneurs and independent contractors.

Check out details on each show, then transform your commute or morning run by subscribing. You may even end up sneaking a listen at your desk. We hope you find this podcast as entertaining as it is educational.

New Episodes

Every Other Week

 

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Meet The Hosts

Kevin Molen

Kevin Molen

Charles Steinmetz

Charles Steinmetz

Kevin has the gift of gab and Charles sure can tell a story. The two co hosts will help you learn about the practical intricacies of the tax code while building your financial vision. They will pull from real world examples and even respond to live questions with actionable takeaways.

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Contact us to learn more about a subject, submit a correction, request a topic, ask a question, ask about a sponsor, or even just say hi! We love hearing from you!

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