The White House and congressional Democratic leaders are pushing a chilling proposal that would destroy all vestiges of your financial privacy. Watch out! Steve Forbes on the IRS' plans to monitor and track every bank account and on why, if this assault is not stopped immediately, everyone will be a target.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
We discuss a wide range of topics with Jesse:How Jesse grew up financially and what it taught him. How The Best Interest got started. His five core pillars on the Best Interest are: (1) personal finance is personal, (2) money involves math and psychology, (3) money isn't a dirty subject, (4) optimize your success-to-stress ratio, and (5) personal finance isn't rocket science.The financial order of operations. His love of the YNAB app.If given the chance, what he would write on a billboard. His recent engagement and why his future brother-in-law was wearing a ghillie suit.Show References:David Foster Wallace Commencement Speech - “this is water” referenceThe Best Interest BlogThe Best Interest 5 Core PillarsThe Best Interest Financial Order of OperationsThe Best Interest PodcastAmazon: ghillie suitsYou Need a Budget App---Follow friends on FIRETwitterInstagramFacebookLinkedInLeave us a voicemail or text us: 404-981-3370eMail us at: email@example.comVisit our website: www.friendsonfire.orgfriends on FIRE etsy store---Other LinksMaggie's Blog: Mostly Minimal LifeMike's Book: Your New Relationship with Money
In this week's podcast, Russ Kinnel tells us the top funds investors are buying, Dave Sekera tells us what opportunities await in the fourth quarter, Christine Benz shares the secret to financial success, and we add some financial tasks to your October to-do list.
The Biden Administration has launched a major attack on our free speech liberties. Are your rights to free speech at risk? Steve Forbes on who the DOJ is targeting and on why federal law enforcement is coming for parents who challenge the policies and practices of local school boards.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
This week's Ask Farnoosh addresses audience questions related to student loan, investing advice for teens, financial advice for someone nearing retirement and post-divorce, as well as the best finance books for beginners. Farnoosh picks two reviewers of the week to receive a free 15-minute money session. Plus, details about the forthcoming So Money calendar. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This is Part I of Household Finance Merger: To Combine, or not to Combine. We have been asked quite frequently whether people should combine their finances if they get married, or commit to a long-term relationship. You can go either way really, there's no wrong answer. But what really matters is to truly understand what it means and what it takes to combine (or not) finances. Dan and Tim talked about the rights and responsibilities from an estate planning perspective. What FDIC insurance can do for you, and how Community property (aka Marital property) states and Common law property states affect your decisions. In the second part of the episode, we will talk about the importance of communication and the emotional impact of your decisions.For more information, visit us at WWW.LBW-WEALTH.COM
The number of Americans living paycheck to paycheck hovers at just over half the adult population, and it's a trend that pre-dates the pandemic. Millions of Americans have inadequate household and retirement savings and high levels of credit card and student debt. We discuss personal finance strategies with Jonathan Pond.
When you ask folks about what worries them the most, one of the most common responses researchers heard was "the future." But today's guest doesn't look at it that way. When Matt McCall thinks of the future, he sees dozens of trends that will greatly improve all our lives... and a world of incredible investment opportunities. And when Matt talks about investment opportunities, it pays to listen. After all, he's recommended an incredible 40 different 1,000% winners in his stock-picking career. So, this week, Dan decided to invite Matt back onto the show for a couple of reasons. The first is to get Matt's insight into some of these megatrends that will shape the way we live... trends like the future of transportation, blockchain technology, cryptocurrency, and much more. And the second is to welcome him as the newest editor to join the Stansberry Research family. The two have an enlightening conversation that'll leave you much more optimistic about where we're headed. Matt even shares the names of two stocks that recently became public, flying completely under the radar today, that he believes could be his next 10X winner... It's one you DO NOT want to miss!
Clients often call asking us why their probate case is taking so long. Probate usually takes a while, but lately, it has become an even longer process. We will discuss three current, real-world situations to help you understand what your case might be taking longer than you thought. Is there a backlog for probate? As is the case for any bureaucracy (especially government), due to COVID/lockdowns, the courts have had limited staff and operations for over a year. This means the courts (which are generally not lightning fast anyway) are now playing one year's worth of catch up. Probate court piles have been stacking up; it's not as if people stopped dying. On top of the daunting backlog, the courts are understaffed. Additionally, new clerks are hired who are not very experienced. Also keep in mind that many offices are working on a staggered in-person schedule. This leads to more delays and mistakes because there may not be enough experienced workers to provide solid training. The new clerks may have to wait much longer to get a simple answer from a supervisor who is working remotely. Meanwhile, the piles of files are stacking higher. Can probate court change its mind? Imagine the court (clerk, staff member, etc.) reviews your file, and requires a laundry list of changes from you. This is normal and happens often. But many changes are very time consuming, such as getting papers signed, translated, ordered from other courts, etc. Even if we think the changes are unnecessary, usually it's just better to grin and bear and do as court instructs. Arguing about the changes won't make it go faster, so you comply. Now imagine by the time we file the requested changes the court clerks have cycled out or changed. Now we have a new clerk who says, “who told you to do it that way? I need you to do these other five things.” This often happens with bigger corporations where you usually do not deal with the same person twice. Typically, you get to know the court clerks over the years. But lately, the turnover has been unusually high for whatever reason. Do courts make mistakes? Yes, the court personnel are human and make mistakes, too. For example, probate court have SLOWLY adopted e-file system. Does e-file work smoothly? Not yet. We can file some things, but not everything. We had a client who called us for a case status. He got really frustrated and called the court directly after we told him we are waiting on the court. He called to ask court status of case; court replied that nothing had ever filed. However, we were literally looking at the computer screen showing the date that the case was e-filed and accepted. The poor client didn't know what was going on: was his lawyer or the court lying to him? Thankfully, we put out the fire since we had receipts to prove the e-file. These are some reasons we're seeing as to why probate is taking much longer than usual. Hang in there; it's a waiting game. And we're waiting along with you Request your free consultation
As the Federal Reserve, the White House and Congress play with fire regarding future inflation and economic stagnation, there's a lot they can learn from the history of inflation. Steve Forbes on the seemingly forgotten past of former President Ulysses S. Grant and the crucial role he played in enabling the U.S. to become the most significant economic colossus in history. Can the ghost of Ulysses S. Grant save us from an economic catastrophe?Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
What does personal finance have to do with living a sustainable life? We learned las week in the episode with Sarah how we can use investing as a form of activism, but for many of us, to invest we first have to make smart personal finance decisions that allow us to have the extra money to put towards investments. In this episode I chat with Eryn about f*** you funds, retirement and frugality to set the groundwork for a more sustainable future for all women! Get 5 free downloadable guided meditations:https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e5a1c35866c3b0026e5d528 Shop my favorite toxin-free, sustainable makeup, and beauty products here:https://www.beautycounter.com/sabrinajoyGet your free diffuser recipe e-book:https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e725dcb5af0de0026de30fbGet recipes sent to your inbox here: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e30a8fd830fff00262f0223Follow this link for your free downloadable wellness map: https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e2fd0f6d9dee300269b2872Book a free health consultation with me! https://www.livestylishandsustainable.com/book-onlineTake our free Essential Oil 101 Course here:https://view.flodesk.com/pages/5e2fc93b830fff00262e1eddVisit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/stylishandsustainableSay hi on social:Twitter: https://twitter.com/StyleandSustainFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/stylishandsustainable/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stylishandsustainable/
Emmet Savage is Chief Investor and Co-Founder of MyWallSt. MyWallSt's mission is to get their readers successfully investing in the stock market, over a long-term time horizon. In addition to timely market insights and illuminating educational content on the firm's App and website, Emmet offers 24/7 access to his Horizon portfolio, a group of 20-50 stocks, all of which Emmet believes possess the potential to 10x over 12 years.A professional audit of that portfolio showed a 24% annual return over more than a decade. That record has since been bettered, and Emmet now averages a 30.8% annual return – triple the S&P 500's yearly average.We discuss Emmet's six golden rules to investing, his current stock picks and long-term portfolio favourites, as well as his 10-point pre-trade checklist. Enjoy!------------------Thanks to Cofruition for consulting on and producing the podcast. Want further Opto insights? Check out our daily newsletter: https://www.cmcmarkets.com/en-gb/opto/newsletter
Suze Orman Ultimate Retirement Guide★ Register Your Seat (Free Training Today): Women & Money Podcast. The Suze Orman Must-Have Documents: ==> click here In this interview, Suze gives us advice on what to do to prep for retirement. We gave Suze a scenario of a stay-at-home mom whose husband is making $100,000 per year, two kids and she hasn't been working ever since she got pregnant which has been four years. 1. Everyone should have their own Savings account, emergency fund, retirement account, and credit cards 2. Make sure that your little two kids are protected because minors cannot inherit money 3. Get the Must-Have Documents: suzeorman.com/offer 4. Listen in for the last one, it's the most important!!! Suze Orman has been called “America's Favorite Financial Advisor” by The New York Times, and “a force in the world of personal finance” and a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today. She has written ten consecutive New York Times Bestselling books, and today is best known as the host of the popular “ Women & Money” podcast. As a writer/producer and one of the top motivational speakers in the world, Suze Orman is undeniably America's most recognized expert on Personal Finance. In addition to being A two-time EMMY Award winner, Suze is also the single most successful fundraiser in the history of Public Television, having raised over $ 200 Million Dollars for PBS. Orman has received an unprecedented eight Gracie Awards, which recognize the nation's best Radio, television, and cable programming by, for, and about women. Twice named to the TIME 100 and ranked among the World's 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes and Barron's magazine. Orman was the host of the top-rated “Suze Orman Show” on CNBC for 13 years and a contributing editor to O: The Oprah Magazine for 16 years. Suze says her true claim to fame was being spoofed on Saturday Night Live over and over again! Recognizing her contributions to financial education, Orman received an Honorary Doctor of Commercial Science degree from Bentley University and an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the University of Illinois. She also received the National Equality Award from the Human Rights Campaign as well as the Vito Russo Award from GLAAD. Most recently, Suze has co-founded SecureSave.com - the employee emergency fund saving solution. Suze continues to bring her inspirational message of taking control of one's financial life to audiences worldwide. It is a message borne from experience. Orman grew up on the South Side of Chicago, worked her way through college earning a bachelor's degree in social work at the University of Illinois, and at the age of 30 was still a waitress making $400 a month. ***NEED CASH TO INVEST? LEARN HOW TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE*** Accept the challenge click here ★☆★ MY REAL SOCIAL MEDIA ACCOUNTS ★☆★
Suzy and Michael are the Founders of Adventurous Real Estate Investors. They specialize in Return on Impact. Through real estate investing they create immeasurable impacts; in their family, with their friends, in their community, with the families (residents) they serve, in the spaces where they want to be generous.... everywhere and anywhere! Suzy and Michael are triathletes, outdoor and adventure enthusiasts, and avid travelers.Their adventure began at a TEDx event — the theme was Reset — and it changed their lives. They took the event to heart and used that theme — Reset — as a launching point to regain control of their lives, secure financial freedom, create a long lasting impact, and discover their “why.” Suzy and Michael's “why” is to achieve financial freedom through real estate investing so they can serve others all over the world. They want to build schools in 3rd world countries. Education is extremely important to them and access to basic education in all societies is critical to individual and economic development and political stability. Suzy and Michael want to create an impact where it is needed most. They want to share this journey with others by offering investment opportunities to their partners, and to give back by mentoring others along the way to help them pursue their life passions. Suzy and Michael's website: adventurousrei.comFor more info, check us out at makeitraincapital.com.Welcome to Make It Rain: Multifamily Real Estate Investing for Millennials! We're Daisy and Luc, two millennials who love multifamily investing. With every episode, whether we're discussing a special topic or have on an amazing guest, the goal is to provide education and resources for anyone interested in investing in multifamily real estate, especially if you're a millennial. We're excited to chat with you about the what's, the why's, the how's, the who's. The best way to show support is to share it with anyone who might benefit from it and leave us an awesome review. Check out our website at makeitraincapital.com for more goodies. Take action on your financial future TODAY!
Asset allocation is the delicate balance of stocks, bonds, and other assets in an investment portfolio. What allocation is best for your retirement needs? What mix of domestic and international stocks is best? Is a 90/10 equities to fixed income mix crazy in a $10M portfolio? Should Dad be at 90/10 or 60/40? Can pension & Social Security count as a bond allocation? Plus, legacy tax planning: how to avoid confiscatory estate taxes? Show notes, free resources, Ask Joe & Al On Air: https://bizlink.to/ymyw-347
Government pension funds are in bad shape, and taxpayers could take the hit to make good on the financial shortfalls. Could your taxes be going up? Steve Forbes on the public pension crisis and the fundamental problem with payouts defined by unrealistic political promises, and on what states and municipalities should do differently before the lack of money forces a crisis.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore are continuing the “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations they have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They want to help you gain financial confidence and clarity to control your destiny. In this episode of the series, Lauryn and Chloé are moving onto part two of a three-part series on equity compensation. Chloe specializes in working with individuals in the tech industry and those who receive equity compensation. There are a few common mistakes she sees people make so she is sharing tips to help you know better so you can do better. In part two of this series, Lauryn and Chloé talk about stock options including ISOs (incentive stock option) and NQSOs (nonqualified stock option). The difference between the two is how they are treated from a tax standpoint. In this episode, Lauryn and Chloé share: An overview of what equity compensation including what is a stock option What a stock option is and how the process works The difference between RSUs and stock options including the additional risk involved The importance of understanding the ramifications of all the decisions you need to make with stock options Why you need to think about when to buy shares and if you really even want to The consequences of buying or selling at the wrong time What a cashless exercise is and when you want to do it Why you should work with a financial planner and tax professional if you have stock options The tax liabilities involved and why you don't want to forget about them The considerations you should be making when buying shares of a private company The importance of keeping your financial goals in mind If you want to further connect with Lauryn Williams: Instagram: @worthwinning Twitter: @worth_winning Facebook: @worthwinningfp LinkedIn: @lauryn-williams If you want to further connect with Chloé Moore: Instagram: @financialstaples Twitter: @finstaples Facebook: @finstaples LinkedIn: @chloemoore RESOURCES MENTIONED: Worth Listening Podcast Episode 122: Equity Compensation Part 1 Understanding RSUs Salary negotiation strategies everyone in tech already knows — but you don't Coming up next The next episode of the Know Better. Do Better series, is Equity Compensation Part 3 Employee Stock Purchase Plans (ESPP)
Your success and your failure financially are all up to you. Learn how to bank on yourself and come in with a financial plan. To help you with this is Sarry Ibrahim, the founder of Financial Asset Protection. He helps his clients with financial strategies so that they can meet their goals. Chris brings Sarry to the show to share how to identify your objectives before your methods. Learn how to create good financial habits and how to accept failure. All of this and more on today's episode of FUEL with Chris Swartz.
Isabella is hands-down one of the coolest people I've ever met! A true independent thinker and free spirit who knew early on that urban living in NYC was not where she would thrive. Isabella moved to California and has been living in her van for years in order to make payments of $2,000 or more every month. She is officially debt-free as of October 2021 and now plans to travel and dive into crypto and defi. I was incredibly impressed with Izzi because of her maturity and wisdom, which are far beyond her 30 years! She's such an inspirational person because of her outlook on life and her ability to shine no matter what struggles she's been faced with in her life. Isabella opens up about: pros and cons of living in a van, glamorization of #vanlife, her upbringing in the Bronx, her favorite personal finance channels, crypto and why she believes it is the future, her plans to travel now that she is debt-free and her passion for psychology and why she believes every child deserves and needs to learn about how the brain works when they're in school. You will LOVE Isabella and her unique story. Follow her and support her at: Personal: https://www.instagram.com/izzi_vanlife/?hl=enArt page: https://www.instagram.com/cooli_fooli/?hl=en★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Have you ever felt that your financial life controlled you more than you control your finances? It's no secret that a majority of our life is dictated by money-how much we have and do not have, how much we need, and how much we wish we had. Monetary needs are no longer the primary driver of our economy but also of our lives. It is money that makes us do what we do because without it, rent goes unpaid and lifestyles get shifted. But why should that always be the case? Imagine a life where you are not obsessed with the need for money but rather focusing on what your life's joyous moments should be. Imagine not punching the clock until age 70 but living life on your terms knowing that you have a financial bedrock stable enough to handle all that life throws at you.If that sounds elusive, you're not alone. While the idea of financial independence may seem out of your reach, it is far from the truth. The Secret to Becoming Financially Independent is a culmination of the studies and research done on what steps are needed to create a mindset for becoming not just financially independent but also working towards early retirement. Join Henry in this latest episode as he goes over the debt ceiling dilemma our nation is facing and share with you an excerpt from The Secret to Becoming Financially Independent available for download now at Juncture 401k.
Episode 80 - David Salyers was one of the original two marketing executives at Chick-fil-A. He spent 37 years in the Chick-fil-A Marketing Department and most recently served as a Vice President before his recent retirement. Having worked at Chick-fil-A his entire career, he saw the principles of servant leadership and compassion play out in the growth of more than 2,300 Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. Chick-fil-A, one of America's most successful, powerful and beloved brands, is a multi-billion dollar company built almost entirely on culture. Chick-fil-A has experienced over 50 consecutive years of sales growth and is at, or near, the top rankings of U.S. brands across all sectors. David has invested his entire career working in and helping to build a culture only to be described as remarkable. His 2016 book, Remarkable, imparts leadership lessons that can transform one's workplace culture. Register for the Marriage and Money, M.D. Summit for free!For physicians who want a stronger marriage and better path to building wealthJoin us for this incredible free online event November 15-17, 2021!Medical careers drain time and energy from physicians and their spouses, not to mention the crushing debt most doctors are faced with when they first come out of training. The Marriage and Money, M.D. summit is a free 3-day online event that will give physician families the tools, resources, and encouragement they need to strengthen their marriage and build wealth so they can have the happy family and financial independence they deserve!Click here to learn more and sign up for free today!Register for the Physician Practice Automation Summit for Free!Running a private medical practice involves so much more than medicine. To succeed, you need robust billing systems, a cohesive company culture, tried-and-true hiring and training practices, and effective ways to manage physician burnout. How can you make it all work seamlessly? With a little help from AI and automation. This week-long free event will help you create a practice you love (and one you can walk away from whenever you wish). And it's all yours with your FREE Ticket to Physician Practice Automation SummitCheck out the additional free resources available at The Scope of Practice!Business management resourcesPersonal finance resourcesPodcasting resourcesRecommended online coursesRecommended booksDavid Salyers was one of the original two marketing executives at Chick-fil-A. He went on to spend 37 years in the Chick-fil-A Marketing Department, most recently as a Vice President, before his retirement. Having worked at Chick-fil-A his entire career, he saw the principles of servant leadership and creating remarkable customer experiences play out in the growth of more than 2,300 Chick-fil-A restaurants around the country. Today, this multi-billion dollar company is recognized as one of America's most successful, powerful and beloved brands.
About the Episode: In this episode, we're discussing when you should refinance your mortgage. Is now the right time, or should you wait? In our Current Event segment, we're talking about the raising of the National Debt Limit. Our success story comes from Jayme, who has been able to pay off his cars and his house in only seven years!! Key Questions to Answer: How long do you plan to remain in this home? What is your current mortgage balance? What is your current interest rate? What interest rate is available to you? How much does the refinance cost? Resources: FULLY FUNDED LIFEIWBNIN Ladder Article: What the Federal Debt Ceiling Showdown Could Mean for YouArticle: The Debt LimitArticle: Treasury Dept to invoke ‘extraordinary measures' as Congress misses debt-ceiling deadlineBank RateTool: Mortgage Payment Calculator Related Monday Money Tip Podcast Episodes:Episode 118: We Paid Off Our House in 9 Years - Success StoryEpisode 119: When is the Right Time to Purchase a House?Episode 165: Our Home Pay-off Process Email firstname.lastname@example.org to ask questions or share success stories.
The 5th part of our miniseries on money itself during the 2nd Industrial Revolution in the US. Bill and Rachel look at the ideology of consumer finance, the rise of home and auto loans, and how the seeds of the 21st century financialization were planted long ago. Links and notes … Read more The post American Money, Part V: Epilogue – Personal Finance – Arsenal For Democracy Ep. 399 appeared first on Arsenal For Democracy.
Sofia Ramirez Shares How Tend, a Digital Personal Finance Platform that Just Launched in the USA and Mexico, is Modernizing and Simplifying finances While Building Community. In our conversation, Sofia shares how Tend plans to make banking easier for young people through transparency, debit banking with cash back services and less costly international transfers coming soon. Tend launched recently in the USA and Mexico with plans to expand further internationally. We also discuss Sofia'a career milestones that led her to Tend, her career in marketing and finance, and her advice for others who are interested in similar paths. If you are interested in how to disrupt established industries with modernized and enhanced services based on community needs, we think you will love this conversation. Follow us on IG @meantforit Reach out to us: email@example.com
Join Mike Cavaggioni and Michael Lush on the 63rd episode of the Average Joe Finances Podcast as they talk about replacing mortgage with HELOC to start saving thousands of dollars in interest. Michael is the founder and CEO of Lush Enterprises, educating consumers on more efficient ways to purchase or refinance their homes. He used to be a mortgage loan officer who always did what he believed was best for his clients. But after learning that he could do more for them from a wealthy mentor, he made it his mission to share a particular HELOC hack with more people.In this episode, you'll learn:How to use a Home Equity Line of Credit to pay off your home efficiently.The history of mortgages and the value of velocity banking in allowing more loans.Why going back to basics is essential when financing real estate more effectively.How else can HELOC help make your money work for you instead of you working for it.Why you should master your finances first before looking into any cash-flow options. And much more! About Michael Lush:Michael Lush is a proud father and husband where his priorities are his faith, family, freedom, and finances. His goal is to enrich the lives of all those he comes in contact with, helping them achieve their lofty goals. After all, Michael believes that life is meant to be lived abundantly in all areas, strongly emphasizing efficiency and prioritization.Michael believes the mortgage industry can be one of the most excellent tools to achieve financial success when done correctly and ethically. Hence, he makes it a mission to educate consumers, bankers, and loan officers on the pitfalls of traditional mortgage lending versus the proper use of a Home Equity Line of Credit.Find Michael Lush on: Website: https://replaceyourmortgage.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-lush-a1091b9/YouTube: https://bit.ly/3xupDNzAverage Joe Finances:Our social media links can be found here: flow.page/avgjoefinances
Dr. Jimmy Turner is a practicing anesthesiologist at Wake Forest. Dr. Turner hosts the physician philosopher podcast and blog where he take an uncurated and unapologetic look into physician life. He also cohosts the podcast Money meets medicine with Ryan Inman where they discuss finance topics that healthcare providers desperately need to know. He is also the author of the book The Physician Philosopher's Guide to Personal Finance. And finally, he is the founder of the alpha coaching experience which helps empower physicians who feel trapped in medicine and helps them practice medicine on their own terms.https://thephysicianphilosopher.com https://thephysicianphilosopher.com/podcasts/the-physician-philosopher/https://thephysicianphilosopher.com/podcasts/money-meets-medicine/https://coaching.thephysicianphilosopher.com/alpha-coaching-experience____________________________________________________________________________________________________As always, feel free to send us questions, comments or suggestions to our email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact the show through instagram or twitter, @nicupodcast. Or contact Ben and Daphna directly via their twitter profiles: @drnicu and @doctordaphnamd. enjoy!This podcast is proudly sponsored by Chiesi.
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There's always a bigger and deeper picture. #2021TheYearOfWealth In this episode of Transitions, the father-daughter dynamic duo Hyacinth Henderson and Robert discuss the macro vs micro dynamics of things. Transitions: Life, Lessons + Legacy is a web-based show where Robert and Hyacinth Henderson of The Henderson Financial Group discuss mindset and growth. Tune in every Wednesday at 12 noon on The Henderson Financial Group page #HendersonTransitions #TheHendersonFinancialGroup #HyacinthHenderson
For this episode, we are going to discuss technology in the financial industry. Tim just came back from the Money Experience Summit presented by MX, and he was eager to share his thoughts. He talked about the state of the Financial Services tech and Wealth tech landscapes. Just like the healthcare system, the financial industry has so much data, but the old infrastructure and tech systems have slowed the industry down in terms of using this data more efficiently and ultimately helping clients. Nowadays, there are more and more so-called "financial planning" apps available, and people ask us, why do I need you? Because what the apps can give you is just raw data, but how do you understand the data? What does it mean? How do they apply to you specifically? My best friend and I both have the same income, but she might need to help with her parents' retirement and I don't; having a house is a must for her, but I'm happy with my 2B/2B condo for the long term. Dollar value means absolutely different things to everyone. Financial planning is an intimate process. Spoiler alert: LBW is ahead of the industry, and we are determined to break down the old infrastructure and build a whole new world！
There's a lot of noise about the calamity the nation will face if Republicans don't go along with raising the debt ceiling. Don't fall for it. Steve Forbes on the hysteria surrounding the U.S. debt ceiling and why it's nothing to lose sleep over.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
Inflation fears are rising... And for many folks nearing retirement, it's happening at the worst possible time. That's why it's absolutely critical to hold a portion of your wealth in solid long-term investments, so your nest egg lasts as long as you do... But what's the best way to do it safely and with as little risk as possible? Dan looks to answer this question by sitting down with the portfolio manager of the Needham Aggressive Growth fund – Mr. John Barr. Prior to his career on Wall Street, John worked for 14 years in the electronic design and automation industry, giving him unique insights into the world's high-growth technology companies that many of his colleagues on Wall Street lack. Today, he works as a co-portfolio manager of Needham Growth fund and portfolio manager of the Needham Aggressive Growth fund. During their conversation, John explains his philosophy of finding stocks that deliver compounding returns. He looks for what he calls "hidden compounders" before they become "quality compounders." He even shares the name of one company in his portfolio that he bought at $7... which today is priced around $140... approximately a 20X winner... Then he tells Dan about another stock he absolutely loves... But this one is still in the "hidden compounder" stage... The company trades for around $10 today, and John thinks that long term, it could join the ranks of some of his biggest winners. If you're looking to invest in high upside growth stocks, but want to know how to go about it the right way, this is a conversation you don't want to miss...
President Biden and congressional Democratic leaders ended last week without a vote on two colossal spending bills, recognizing that they had overplayed their hand. So is Biden's radical budget bill in trouble? Steve Forbes on whether Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema can rescue their party from political suicide.Steve Forbes shares his What's Ahead Spotlights each Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Parker Ashley is the VP Sales at Darktrace and one of the brightest young minds in SaaS sales leadership today. In this conversation, where we discussed all topics of personal finance: How to treat money with your first SDR job What to do when you have a BIG year as an AE How to invest your money (and where) Crypto, Bitcoin and Real Estate And much more... This podcast is brought to you by Postal.io, A Curated Experience Marketing Platform that Helps You Cut Through the Noise. If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to grow this show and find the best guests possible for you. Follow The Podcast: Apple/Spotify: Millennial Sales Twitter: @TommyTahoe Instagram: @TommyTahoe YouTube: TommyTahoe Website: Millennialmomentum.net
This week I'm so excited to be joined by someone who I met at one of my live events 5 years ago and since have had the privilege to see them thrive as an important voice in the Canadian personal finance space. is a personal finance journalist and self-proclaimed “budget warrior”. In this episode, Zandile takes us through how she navigated debt, and how Twitter was the catalyst for her career. Originally from Zimbabwe, Zandile came to Canada as an international student in 2010. Through her own struggles with debt and trying to pay for school and bills, her personal finance journey began. Zandile's writing as a financial journalist aims to empower people and reassure them that financial wealth is attainable, no matter your circumstance. Her work focuses on the intersection between mental health, financial wellness, and race. I love Zandile's writing and I was so excited to have her on the show. Our chat was so motivational for anyone who's worried about how they'll ever get out of debt or figure out their finances. Zandile also is an advocate for crushing your debt, while not sacrificing having fun and living your life.
This week I'm chatting to another Personal Finance creator, Prerna Khemlani of ThisGirlInvests. Her One Big Thing is bridging the Gender Pension Gap, and she has some good things to say about an important subject.
Alacias Enger discusses how having a budget is the ultimate life design tool Episode 1669: The Budget - The Ultimate Life Design Tool by Alacias Enger of My Sense With Cents on Personal Finance Olympics Sense with Cents chronicles Alacias' journey using Law of Attraction while pursuing Financial Independence, and the belief that everyone can win with money. She believes that mindset, emotion, and financial knowledge are the keys to success. All opinions are her own and do not constitute financial advice. The original post is located here: http://www.mysensewithcents.com/2021/06/the-budget-ultimate-life-design-tool.html Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalFinanceDaily