Ep. 16: A Drummer & Educator Navigates His Finances, Family & Future

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Stockton Helbing is not very good at sitting still. If he is not playing the drums he is busy being a composer, arranger, producer, bandleader, educator, music director, author, and entrepreneur.

Stockton maintains a busy schedule of performing, recording, and teaching around North America with his trio, quartet, quintet, and sextet. He is a frequent guest artist at colleges and high schools where he clinics, rehearses, and performs...

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Ep. 10: A Vocalist & Educator Buys Her Dream Home With 20% Down

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Having completed a Master of Music in Jazz Performance from the world-renown University of North Texas, Emily is a well-rounded and confident vocalist, composer, arranger, and educator with extensive skills and knowledge in and of jazz theory, jazz history, improvisation, research, pedagogy, and vocal physiology.  Emily currently resides near Salt Lake City, Utah and is the owner, manager, and instructor at Emily...

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Saving for Musicians 101

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"A part of all you earn is yours to keep... Pay yourself first."

-George Clason, The Richest Man in Babylon

Saving may sound boring, but you will thank yourself when the time comes to break the piggy bank. A savings account is a simple way to ease the stress of money. In my opinion this is the first step to financial freedom. When your car inevitably breaks down or your instrument requires repair the mighty savings account will be there to swoop in and soothe...

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4 Simple Steps to Save an Emergency Fund

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