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So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

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*** Named a Best Podcast By The New York Times, Time Magazine, Real Simple and MSNBC *** Host Farnoosh Torabi is Editor-at-Large of CNET Money, an award-winning financial strategist, TV host and bestselling author. So Money brings inspiring money strategies and stories straight from today's financial leaders, bestselling authors and entrepreneurs. One day, hear an intimate money conversation with industry greats like Queen Latifah or Margaret Cho. Another day learn about the basics of cryptocurrency and its impact on our wallets. On Fridays, tune in as Farnoosh answers our most pressing financial questions. Advice and insights always delivered through a lens of equity, inclusivity and the changing world we live in.

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1437: Ask Farnoosh: Saving Money in Paris, Best Robo Advisors, Tips for Working Past 70

November 18, 2022 12:50 - 29 minutes

Farnoosh is back with savings insights from her Paris trip. Listeners want to know about: curbing spending in a high-cost-of-living spending, the best robo-advisors, building a career in PR, how to prepare for working past age 70 and more. Grab the 2023 So Money Page-a-Day Calendar here. Use the code CYBER22 for 30% off until the end of the month. Click here to see CNET's pick of the best robo advisors: Sign up for Farnoosh's ...

1436: The Real Science Behind Our Financial Fears

November 16, 2022 08:00 - 36 minutes

Guest Hadley Hagen is a nervous system educator and money coach. She cares profoundly about the connection between money and the nervous system and believes that without an understanding of how the nervous system works, you can’t make real, lasting changes in your money life. With a background in business and economics, Hadley combines tactical, practical money management with a trauma-aware, body-first approach to help her clients develop deeper self-trust with money. Visit her website and g...

1435: Investing in Real Estate for Women with Andresa Guidelli, Co-Founder of Real Estate InvestHER

November 14, 2022 08:00 - 35 minutes

Learn how a divorce led Andresa Guidelli to claim her financial freedom and expand her real estate portfolio. She began flipping dozens of properties and building new construction. Could real estate be the respite she was seeking from her past relationship? Could more women benefit from investing in real estate? Together with Liz Faircloth, Guidelli started The Real Estate InvestHER in 2018, a community that supports women real estate investors in a market traditionally led by men. Learn mor...

1434: Ask Farnoosh: Lifestyle Creep, Disability Experts, and Whole Life Insurance Risks

November 11, 2022 08:00 - 27 minutes

In today's Ask Farnoosh: Is lifestyle creep, the idea that your expenses grow as your income grows - a bad thing? A listener wants to know about resources for navigating your finances when disabled. Also: The truth about whole life insurance. Why it may be wiser to take out a term policy or simply invest in the stock market. Join Farnoosh's weekly newsletter and receive a free PDF of So Money Secrets, a compilation of insights from top episodes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megapho...

1433: Probability v Possibility. The Hard Truths About Racial Inequality with Rendel Solomon

November 09, 2022 08:00 - 31 minutes

Rendel Solomon is a recovering engineer, reformed private equity investor, and an aspiring anti-capitalist, dedicated to spreading financial literacy and the importance of investing to Black youth in America. We discuss his upbringing, raised on the Westside of Chicago, and how his family, schooling and career in private equity led him to his work today focusing on addressing systemic pressures that hold Black Americans back from achieving wealth and career success. Be sure to watch Rendel's ...

1432: Rich and Regular Power Couple Julien and Kiersten Saunders

November 07, 2022 08:00 - 33 minutes

Julien and Kiersten Saunders are the married couple behind Rich & Regular, a podcast and blog in which they talk about sharing finances with your partner, raising kids to have a positive relationship with money, and creating generational wealth. Listen to learn how the couple initially broke up over Kiersten’s spending habits. The Saunders are changing the perception of financial independence to include more regular Black families like theirs. The Saunders are on this year's list of Next Up H...

1431: Ask Farnoosh: Social Security 101: Will We Really Get It?

November 04, 2022 12:25 - 26 minutes

Social Security is one of the hottest financial search terms on the internet right now.  Interest in the topic spiked after recent news that current benefits would be adjusted significantly higher for a cost-of-living increase. And as the midterm elections approach, we're hearing again how some Republican politicians want to throw these federal benefits on the chopping block. Listeners weigh in with their biggest questions over Social Security's future and what it means for retirement. For mo...

1430: Ditching the Path to Law School, Living Abroad and Earning 10 Revenue Streams with Vanessa Menchaca-Wachtmeister

November 02, 2022 12:31 - 26 minutes

Vanessa Menchaca-Wachtmeister is a 29-year old, Mexican-American, travel tech professional and creator of travel and personal finance blog Wander Onwards. Learn why she ditched the path to law school to pursue life abroad. She offers negotiation tips on how she doubled her salary after switching jobs. She has 10 revenue streams and big plans for a business supporting immigrants. Vanessa is a NextUp honoree. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1429: When Motherhood Inspires Financial Freedom with Dyana King

October 31, 2022 11:22 - 32 minutes

Dyana King is a NextUp Honoree, a single mom of 2 and the creator of Money. Boss. Mama. This “do-it-my-way” Money & Mindset Coach stumbled into the personal finance world after signing up for an auto loan that took one of her bi-weekly paychecks. After becoming debt-free on a moderate income she’s now on a mission to help other single moms maximize their 9-5 income to get out of debt and build their savings. Follow Dyana on Instagram and YouTube. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaph...

1428: Ask Farnoosh: Best Time to Rollover a 401(k), Establishing Credit in College and Smart Way to Pay Caregivers

October 28, 2022 13:53 - 28 minutes

On this week's Ask Farnoosh, a listener asks about timing her 401(k) rollover so that she avoids losses. Also, what's the best way to establish credit in college: open a credit card or get a student loan? A listener also wonders about the best ways to pay for a full-time caregiver for her baby. Farnoosh selects a reviewer of the week. To read her latest So Money Hot Mic column on student loans the racial wealth gap, click here. For Farnoosh's weekly email offering current financial insights a...

1427: Retired by 36, Jeremy Schneider, Founder of Personal Finance Club

October 26, 2022 07:00 - 33 minutes

Jeremy Schneider is a NextUp honoree and a successful entrepreneur. He began an internet company in college and sold it at the age of 34 for over $5M. He retired at 36, and began dedicating his life to teaching personal finance. He founded Personal Finance Club, a community of champions of the individual investor who help further financial education. You can follow him on Instagram. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1426: Stimulus Check to 7-Figures, How One Single Mom Turned Her Financial Life Around

October 24, 2022 14:24 - 31 minutes

Ellie Diop is a NextUp Honoree, representing one of the new, influential voices in personal finance. After being laid off from her job, Ellie used her $1,200 stimulus check and years of experience in sales, marketing, and leadership to start the Ellievated Agency. In less than a year, she scaled the business to multiple 7-figures. Her mission is to educate women on how entrepreneurship and financial literacy can be used to create generational wealth. Ellie has been featured in various publica...

1425: Ask Farnoosh: Maternity Leave When Self-Employed, 529s and 401(k) Rollovers

October 21, 2022 07:00 - 25 minutes

Farnoosh is under the weather and her voice isn't so hot, so the episode is a replay today. BUT, she did manage to record a fresh intro and pick a reviewer of the week! Check out the latest Hot Mic on How to Befriend Your Financial Fears. In this episode: Audience questions related to baby delivery costs, how to afford maternity leave when you're self-employed, how to choose a 529 plan and how a 401(k) rollover works. Also: Should one family sell their home and move if they don't like the sch...

1424: The New Voices of Personal Finance with Adam Auriemma, Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor

October 19, 2022 07:00 - 27 minutes

A new generation of voices is talking about personal finance in a more relatable way. NextAdvisor has just unveiled its NextUp list of the top 25 new thought leaders in personal finance who are centering stories and backgrounds that traditionally have been underrepresented. They come from groups that have had less access to financial information and resources. They are represent a more inclusive future for money. Editor-in-Chief Adam Auriemma joins with the behind-the-scenes. And over the ne...

1423: Wiping $90k of Debt in 3 Years with Jacent Wamala

October 17, 2022 12:53 - 33 minutes

Learn how Jacent Wamala paid off more than $90K in student loans and credit card debt in three years. All this after getting divorced from her high school sweetheart and losing her father months later. More about Jacent: She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist turned Money Mindset Coach and the founder of Wealth & Wellness University. Millennial women of color hire Jacent for her expertise and been there, done that guidance and support to write the best financial chapters of their liv...

1422: Ask Farnoosh: Smart Ways to Pay Down Debt Ahead of a Recession

October 14, 2022 12:34 - 29 minutes

On this week's Ask Farnoosh, listeners ask about credit card pay-off strategies and why, no matter how much savings they build, they feel financially insecure. Join Farnoosh's weekly newsletter and receive a free gift: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1421: Crushing $300k in Debt with Bernadette Joy

October 13, 2022 16:34 - 33 minutes

Learn how Bernadette Joy paid off a whopping $300,000 of debt in three years and grew her first $1 million of net worth in her thirties. She founded the Crush Your Money Goals® Academy for those overlooked and underestimated by traditional financial services.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1420: A New, Goal-Based Way to Invest with Tara Falcone, Founder of Reason

October 10, 2022 13:43 - 35 minutes

Guest Tara Falcone, CFA, CFP®, is the Founder and CEO of Reason, a goal-based platform that helps people save and invest for specific goals in a more organized, intentional way. Tara grew up in a low income family, became mostly financially independent at age 14, and attended Yale on a full scholarship. After graduating in 2011, she began her finance career as a hedge fund analyst in New York City. It was there that her passion for investing was ignited, as was her desire to share that passio...

1419: Ask Farnoosh: Adviser Fees, Saving for a New House, FAFSA Facts and Health Insurance Hacks!

October 07, 2022 07:00 - 37 minutes

This Friday: Benefits of a financial adviser, managing savings ahead of buying a house, FAFSA fun facts and a crazy but true strategy for affording a pricey prescription not covered by insurance. More from Farnoosh: Farnoosh's New Hot Mic column Sign Up For the So Money Newsletter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1418: Smart Personal Finance Moves for Creative Entrepreneurs

October 05, 2022 15:43 - 31 minutes

Do you run a successful creative business, but aren’t sure how to best manage your own finances?  You’re hitting your earnings goals but don’t have much in personal savings? Guest Sarah Becker, creator of Becker Talks Money, brings strategies and advice to the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1417: When Your Income Relies on Tips: Financial Advice for Service Industry Professional

October 03, 2022 13:20 - 33 minutes

Are you a service industry professional? Do you earn tips? Are you sick of living shift to shift and ready to take control of your money and your life? Guest Barbara Sloan is the author of Tipped: The life changing guide to financial freedom for waitresses, bartenders, strippers, and all other service industry professionals. She offers strategies for workers who want to create a more sustainable career path in the service industry and create financial independence, despite fluctuating pay and...

1416: Ask Farnoosh: What's the Right Mix of Stocks Vs Bonds in a Portfolio?

September 30, 2022 07:00 - 27 minutes

Listeners ask about proper asset allocation, the basics of annuities, the best budgeting resources and the pros and cons of home equity loans. Read Farnoosh's latest Hot Mic column on FIRE FOMO Subscribe to her newsletter: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1415: Healing From the Trauma of Money with Chantel Chapman

September 28, 2022 07:00 - 29 minutes

If you think you're bad with money, lack financial literacy or have money shame, the underpinning of your challenges may be that you have trauma with money or financial trauma. Guest Chantel Chapman is a co-founder of The Trauma of Money, a program that certifies professionals to learn how trauma impacts the mind, and, in turn, our relationships with money and financial wealth.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1414: Will Student Loan Cancellations Help to Close the Wealth Gap?

September 26, 2022 14:02 - 31 minutes

Central to his campaign promise, President Joe Biden announced a plan to cancel at least $10,000 in student loan debt for millions of borrowers, as well as $20,000 to Pell Grant recipients. The program is expected to mostly support working and middle class borrowers. About 75% of the benefit will go to households earning $88,000 or less per year, according to the Penn Wharton Budget Model analysis. But how will it impact the country's racial wealth gap? Guest Jean Lee is President and CEO of ...

1413: Ask Farnoosh: Cash Stuffing, MLM Pushers, and Stay-at-Home Parenting

September 23, 2022 07:00 - 31 minutes

On this week's Ask Farnoosh: reflections on protests in Iran, the strange silver lining to this looming recession, stay-at-home parenting, friends that push multi-level marketing products and how to run a cash-only budget. Want more articles and videos by Farnoosh? Check out Read Farnoosh's Hot Mic article on stay-at-home parenting Subscribe to her weekly So Money newsletter for the latest updates and a free gift! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1412: Fed Rate Hike, Recession Talks and What It Means for Our Money

September 21, 2022 11:57 - 32 minutes

The Federal Reserve is expected to raise interest rates today. How will that impact our wallets and the threat of a recession? Our guest is Magdalena "Maggie" Johndrow, Financial Advisor & Managing Partner of Johndrow Wealth Management. Get more of Farnoosh's articles and sign up for her weekly CNET So Money newsletter: Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1411: Financial Infidelity, the Cost of Divorce and What Every Spouse Needs to Know About Money

September 19, 2022 12:49 - 34 minutes

How to know if your spouse is committing financial fraud or financial infidelity? What should every spouse, especially stay-at-home partners know about their family finances? How to prepare for a divorce so you're not left financially vulnerable? Guest Tracy Coenen, CPA, is a forensic accountant, who's investigated hundreds of frauds in a wide variety of industries, including cases of embezzlement, financial statement fraud, investment fraud, divorce, and insurance fraud. She has also served ...

1410: Ask Farnoosh: I Paid Off My Student Loans in the Pandemic! Can I Get a Refund?

September 16, 2022 07:00 - 27 minutes

In this week's Ask Farnoosh episode: Advice for borrowers who made payments during the federal loan payment pause on how to get a refund, investing in real estate as a beginner with kids and expenses and getting over the inflation blues. Plus: When will interest rates go up again? Is it going to get more difficult to afford buying a house this winter? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1409: "Quiet Quitting" and Smart Career Moves Ahead of a Recession

September 14, 2022 07:00 - 32 minutes

The media is all abuzz about this not-so-new phenomenon called “quiet quitting” where you set boundaries at work. Career expert and author Ashley Stahl joins with advice on how to navigate overwhelm at work and effectively communicate with your boss to regain the balance you seek at work. Also: Why being passionate about your job is overrated. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1408: Attracted to Your Financial Opposite? There's a Reason For That

September 12, 2022 07:00 - 34 minutes

We're exploring attachment styles -- the emotional patterns we learn in childhood -- and the role they play in how we relate to money in our relationships. Why are you attracted to your opposite and how can couples with different relationships with money reach common ground? Our guest is NYC psychotherapist Marc Sholes, author of Reset Your Romantic GPS: Why You Steer Toward the Wrong Partners and How to Change for the Better. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1407: Ask Farnoosh: How to Rebuild My Financial Life Post-Divorce?

September 09, 2022 07:00 - 30 minutes

This week on Ask Farnoosh: Is it wise to contribute to a brokerage account before maxing out a 401(k)? Financial advice in the aftermath of divorce and top books for young adults seeking financial wisdom. Articles mentioned: So Money Hot Mic: Why I'm Not a Fan of 'Buy Now Pay Later' Plans Email your recession questions to [email protected] Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1406: Buy or Not to Buy? The 70-30 Framework for Those Big Financial Decisions

September 07, 2022 07:00 - 31 minutes

Financial expert Sam Dogen dives into the bigger questions we ask ourselves like whether to invest in real estate or stocks, rent or buy a home, quit our jobs after having kids or continue to work, buy or lease a car and lots more. In his new book, Buy This, Not That: How to Spend Your Way to Wealth and Financial Freedom, Sam's goal is to minimize regret even if things don’t go according to plan and for readers to confidently make strategic decisions that coincide best with their lifestyle wh...

1405: The Business of Comedy & Leveraging TikTok to Steer Your Own Career

September 05, 2022 07:00 - 26 minutes

This episode originally aired on August 3, 2022. Happy Labor Day! Actor and comedian Leah Rudick shares her fast-climb to social media fandom, the opportunities that have stemmed from her viral videos, the business of comedy, and much more. Leah's first standup special, “Everything is Fine!” can be seen on the Seed & Spark streaming platform. Her standup was featured in the most recent season of Comedy Dynamics’ “Coming to the Stage,'' available on Pluto TV. She is a regular on the comedy fes...

1404: Ask Farnoosh: Your Biggest Student Loan Forgiveness Questions

September 02, 2022 07:00 - 35 minutes

Alex Gailey, writer and student loan expert for NextAdvisor and Peter Dunn, Founder of YourMoneyLine and host of the Pete the Planner radio show, join to answer the biggest questions surrounding the new student debt relief program. President Joe Biden announced he will eliminate $10,000 worth of student loan debt for qualifying borrowers, and up to $20,000 in debt to those who borrowed money under the Pell Grant program. He also said he would extend the federal student loan payment pause thro...

1403: What Gen Z Wants to Know About Money and What They're Learning on TikTok

August 31, 2022 07:00 - 31 minutes

Guest Erin Confortini is a Gen Z personal finance educator on TikTok where -- in a matter of months -- she (@MilestoMoney) has attracted over 180k followers. She and Farnoosh discuss what TIkTok users want to know about money, how Erin how she earns $7,000 a month on TikTok (in addition to her full-time income) and her advice on building an audience on this fast-growing social media platform. Want more articles and videos by Farnoosh? Check out Subscribe to her weekly So...

1402: 31-Year-Old Millionaire Shares Secrets to Side Hustles, Passive Income and Real Estate Investing

August 29, 2022 07:00 - 29 minutes

We're exploring some of the top=searched personal finance terms today, including passive income, real estate investing and how to become a millionaire by age 30. Guest Sharon Tseung, founder of, joins to provide her behind-the-scenes climb to millionaire status after quitting her job in 2016. More about Sharon: She is an investor and creator who teaches people how to build passive income, become financially free, and design their best lives through her Instagram, YouTube...

1401: Ask Farnoosh: My Opinion on Biden's Student Loan Forgiveness Plans

August 26, 2022 07:00 - 30 minutes

The White House announced it will erase up to $10,000 in federal student debt for borrowers making less than $125,000 a year -- or $250,000 for married couples. What does Farnoosh think? Also: Keep a pension or change to a 401(k)? How to buy a home in the U.S. if you're not a US citizen and have no credit. Plus: Pros and cons to robo-advisers. Check out the Recession Help Desk. Read more about robo-advisers on CNET. Pre-order the So Money Page-A-Day Calendar. Want more articles and video...

1400: The Cost of Loneliness on Health and Wealth

August 24, 2022 18:06 - 44 minutes

More than 60% of American Adults suffer from loneliness, making it the fastest growing epidemic on the planet!) And it often goes unchecked. Today we’re exploring loneliness and its impact on our well-being, including financial well-being. with guest Unni Turrettini, author of Betraying the Nobel: The Secrets and Corruption behind the Nobel Peace Prize (Pegasus Books, 2020), and the award-winning The Mystery of the Lone Wolf Killer where she explores a mass shooting tragedy in Norway and what...

1399: Flying Soon? The Points Guy on How to Protect and Save Your Travel Dollars Right Now

August 22, 2022 07:00 - 34 minutes

With airlines cutting back on flights and experiencing massive delays, flying is a little (or a lot) messy right now. Brian Kelly, founder of The Points Guy, gives his best advice on how to navigate the airlines and get the most out of your travel dollars right now. Brians talks about how to claim your refund if your flight is delayed or canceled, how to save money on travel insurance, how to use your credit card points to get the most out of your travel plans, and JetBlue’s acquisition of Sp...

1398: How to Build Wealth When You're Living Paycheck to Paycheck?

August 19, 2022 07:00 - 26 minutes

This episode originally aired on Friday, July 1, 2022. Questions about getting out of the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck, investing for a child’s future (outside of college), Roth IRA penalties, and negotiating more money at your job right now. Farnoosh's CNET article referenced; What to Do After You Lose Your Job. 7 Timely Money Moves Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

Welcome to So Money!

August 17, 2022 12:16 - 3 minutes

Welcome to So Money with host Farnoosh Torabi, CNET Money’s Editor at Large, award winning financial correspondent, best selling author and television personality. This podcast brings candid conversations about money with the world’s top business minds, authors and visionaries. It addresses financial wellbeing at the intersection of race, gender, climate change, relationships and our changing world. On Fridays, Farnoosh answers your biggest money questions. If you're not sure where to start, ...

1397: Proven Ways to Save Money and Build Wealth with Nick Maggiuilli

August 17, 2022 07:00 - 30 minutes

This episode aired originally on July 20, 2022. How can data drive the best money decisions? Guest Nick Maggiuilli visits with some of the data-driven financial insights from his new book Just Keep Buying. Whether you’re deciding to buy a house, invest or make a big purchase, this episode is a must-listen! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1396: What Death Teaches Us About Wealth and Financial Freedom

August 15, 2022 07:00 - 30 minutes

This episode aired originally on July 11, 2022. Guest Jordan Grumet, hospice doctor and financial expert shares his many conversations with people who were approaching the end of their lives, their regrets, brights spots and fears. What do they really wish they'd done with their money? Jordan is the author of Taking Stock: A Hospice Doctor’s Advice on Financial Independence, Building Wealth, and Living a Regret-Free Life. More about Jordan: His interest in becoming a doctor was ignited when ...

1395: Ask Farnoosh: Can I Afford Having a Baby in a Recession?

August 12, 2022 07:00 - 37 minutes

Farnoosh answers listeners questions regarding family planning in an uncertain economy, taking advantage of employer stock purchase plans (ESPPs), and will the Inflation Reduction Act actually reduce inflation? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit

1394: What the Heck Is Happening with Jobs?

August 10, 2022 07:00 - 23 minutes

The job market appears to be holding up with a 3.5% unemployment rate, but it's uncertain how long that will last in a cooling economy. Guest Jesse Rothstein, Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy and Economics at University of California, Berkeley offers his take on the current health of the job market and what we can expect in the coming months. Read more in Farnoosh's latest piece or CNET: Why Is the Job Market Strong? And More Employment Questions We Can't Help but Wonder Learn more abo...

1393: Overcome Overwhelm and Bring Your Book to Life with Richelle Fredson

August 08, 2022 12:45 - 29 minutes

Are you overwhelmed by all the moving pieces that are required when writing, editing, and publishing a book (not to mention - landing that book deal!)? Guest Richelle Fredson, Farnoosh's book proposal coach and founder of The Book Proposal Blueprint shares invaluable advice. Richelle has been in the publishing industry for over 19 years. She was the Director of Publicity and Book Marketing, as well as acquisitions for Hay House. Currently she works with thought-leaders and change-makers to cr...

1392: Ask Farnoosh: Recession-Proof My Finances By Paying Down Debt or Boosting Savings?

August 05, 2022 07:00 - 38 minutes

This week, Farnoosh unveils The Recession Help Desk, a new Friday feature tied to helping the So Money audience with current economic challenges. On today's show: Is it better to pay off debt or add to savings, as we head into a recession? Is it OK to tap a Roth IRA to supplement emergency savings? What are the pros and cons of physician mortgages? And more. Send your questions to [email protected] Sign up for Farnoosh's weekly newsletter and receive a free copy of So Money Secrets, a c...

1391: Funny Money: Building a Comedy Career on TikTok with Leah Rudick

August 03, 2022 07:00 - 26 minutes

Actor and comedian Leah Rudick shares her fast-climb to social media fandom, the opportunities that have stemmed from her viral videos, the business of comedy, and much more. Leah's first standup special, “Everything is Fine!” can be seen on the Seed & Spark streaming platform. Her standup was featured in the most recent season of Comedy Dynamics’ “Coming to the Stage,'' available on Pluto TV. She is a regular on the comedy festival circuit. Favorite TV credits include HBO’s High Maintenance ...

1390: Living with Intention and Getting Comfortable with Saying No to the Norm

August 01, 2022 07:00 - 31 minutes

Chelsea Fagan, founder and CEO of The Financial Diet joins to share the behind-the-scenes of her wildly popular multimedia company for women looking to talk about money. She shares her thoughts on living with intention, saying no to conventional life choices like having kids and working a corporate job. And why not all financial advice is good advice. From crypto investing to MLMs, Buy Now Pay Later payment plans and shopping through Instagram, why we some money moves should give us all pause...

1390: Stay Away From These Financial Moves

August 01, 2022 07:00 - 31 minutes

Chelsea Fagan, founder and CEO of The Financial Diet joins to share the behind-the-scenes of her wildly popular multimedia company for women looking to talk about money. She shares her thoughts on living with intention, saying no to conventional life choices like having kids and working a corporate job. And why not all financial advice is good advice. From crypto investing to MLMs, Buy Now Pay Later payment plans and shopping through Instagram, why we some money moves should give us all pause...


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