On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we praise the gods because Keke Palmer's podcast is now available on more than one platform, which means her interviews with the likes of John Stamos and Suze Orman are easier for us to listen to. (#1901) Moving on, we play a calls about, among other topics, A.) Ian Hock, the fiancé of Eva Amurri, not to be confused with Ian Hawke, the antagonist of the Alvin and the Chipmunks franchise, B.) Ariana Madix's unprecedented sponcon journey, C.) what Elsa Hosk wore on the Croisette, and D.) the Who/Them status of Umami. Call in at 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns for a future episode of Who's There?. Support us and get a TON of bonus content over on Patreon.com/WhoWeekly. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
I am delighted to have Larkin McPhee joining me today on The Egg Whisperer Show. She is going to bring attention to something that is near and dear to my heart, and that is her new NOVA special, Fighting for Fertility. I have had the pleasure of working with Larkin on Fighting for Fertility, which is about fertility and assisted reproductive technology and its contribution to the remarkable diversity of the modern family. Larkin is a Peabody and Emmy Award winning director, producer, and writer of documentary films. Her films have covered topics ranging from personal finance with Suze Orman to nuclear power to the illness of depression. Meticulous research, outstanding characters, and powerful storytelling make her films extraordinarily compelling. Her skills as a director, writer, and documentarian bring beauty and clarity to any topic. Her documentaries impart a deep knowledge of the subject matter and provide viewers with a blueprint for positive change. Larkin is well known for her intimate sensitive portrayals of people in critically acclaimed films such as Depression: Out of the Shadows, a primetime PBS special on the illness of depression, Dying to Be Thin, a NOVA special on eating disorders, and Children By Design, one hour of an eight-hour PBS series called Secret of Life on the marvels and perils of the genetic revolution. Read the full show notes on Dr. Aimee's website. Watch "Fighting For Fertility" on PBS NOVA. You can find Larkin McPhee's website here. Do you have questions about Egg Freezing?Click here to join Dr. Aimee for The Egg Freezing Class. The next live class call is on Monday, May 15, 2023 at 4pm PST, where Dr. Aimee will explain Egg Freezing and there will be time to ask her your questions live on Zoom. Looking for the best products to support you while you're TTC? Get Dr. Aimee's brand new Conception Kit here. Dr. Aimee Eyvazzadeh is one of America's most well known fertility doctors. Her success rate at baby-making is what gives future parents hope when all hope is lost. She pioneered the TUSHY Method and BALLS Method to decrease your time to pregnancy. Learn more about the TUSHY Method and find a wealth of fertility resources at www.draimee.org. Other ways to connect with Dr. Aimee and The Egg Whisperer Show: Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more fertility tips!Subscribe to the newsletter to get updates
Your 60-second money minute. Today's topic: Suze Orman Says Wake Up
Marketing & Mindset For Wellness Coaches
You may not want to think about this, but I want to ask you: how ready are you for times of crisis, like a recession? Specifically, if you're building a business, how ready is your BUSINESS for unforeseen challenges? Today I have a guest with me who is an expert at creating systems so that your business can run like a well-oiled machine not only so that you can grow, but also so that you can weather the storms that might be coming your way. Stacy Tuschl started her own business at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a multi-million dollar business she still runs today. Stacy is a bestselling author and founder of Well Oiled Operations, where she helps small business owners around the world create systems that facilitate growth. Her podcast, Well Oiled Operations, now has over 2 million downloads and she has interviewed guests like Suze Orman. Stacy was also named the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration. It was my pleasure to bring Stacy on to the show and sit down with her and pick her brain about how business owners can prepare and pivot even during hard times… and I think you're going to find her advice really reassuring for one, and very actionable, for another. Full episode notes: https://drkimfoster.com/144
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Leah Rudick is an actor, writer, and comedian whose Wealthy Woman character videos have earned her almost one million followers on Instagram and TikTok. Thanks to her breakout social media success, Leah is now selling out comedy shows all over the country. In these videos, a clueless woman of wealth shares her point-of-view on everyday experiences like going to Cracker Barrel, flying Southwest Airlines, renting a car, or taking the bus. I (Paul Ollinger, hoster of show / writer of episode notes) find her videos hilarious. Leah was in Atlanta last week for a sold-out show at City Winer. She was kind enough to come by the house to chat money, success, and the very odd jobs that helped her pay the bills as a struggling actress. A native of Cincinnati, Leah began performing improv in New York City after graduating from Sarah Lawrence College. Her work has taken her to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. New York Sketchfest, and the Los Angeles Comedy Festival. She has appeared on HBO's hit High Maintenance and IFC's Commuters.
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Morgan Housel is the author of the book, The Psychology of Money: Timeless Lessons on Wealth, Greed, and Happiness. As the back cover of his new best-seller reads, “Doing well with money isn't necessarily about what you know. It's about how you behave. And behavior is hard to teach, even to really smart people." While the book is partially about investing, it's really about how knowing what you want from life will help you make better decisions about money. I really enjoy Morgan's writing and found the book to be an elegant summation of many of the things I want to discuss on this show. This episode was originally posted in October, 2020.
The Capitalist Investor with Mark Tepper
Today, the Capitalist Investor Squad takes apart Suze Orman's list of the five biggest financial blunders that people can make. What does the team agree with and what does the team disagree with? On top of that, you're seeing riots in France with the pension age being raised from 62 years old to 64 years old. Is this something we can expect to happen here in the United States? All of this & more on this week's "The Capitalist Investor" Podcast.1. Don't Take A Tax Refund?Do you get a tax refund check? Should you get a tax refund check? If you get a tax refund, it simply means you overpaid your taxes. The average refund is $2,400 and Americans in general are not particularly good at saving money. But if you over-pay, that could affect interest on credit cards and other debt throughout the year that could start stacking on top of each other. All of this should factor into your decision when talking to your HR department about payroll.2. Don't Lease A Car?Should you lease a car or should you buy a car? Leasing a car could pay off in the end if you don't plan on keeping your car for more than 7 years. This is an age old debate with differing opinions, even from the Capitalist Investor Squad.3. Don't Skimp on Car Insurance?Can you get too much insurance? What happens if you have too little insurance? Maybe you should look into an Umbrella policy to cover you even outside of just auto insurance.4. Don't Spend Money On Things You Don't Really Need?Okay.. you need to live life. Really, you need to understand how much you need to save and invest to meet your lifestyle goals and objectives down the road. Once you've got that covered, your discretionary income can be spent whichever way you want. In the end, life is about your happiness.5. Don't Waste Money on Coffee?Is it possible coffee makes you more productive which actually increases your wealth and income? How can you save money on coffee by making it at home like one of our squad members? Can not drinking coffee or not going to Starbucks really be that big of a game changer over time?Timestamps0:00:00"The Capitalist Investor: Discussing Susie Orman's Five Biggest Financial Blunders and the French Protests"0:02:11Discussion on Tax Refunds and Saving Money0:05:16Tax Planning Strategies for Average-Income Families0:06:23Discussion on Financial Planning Strategies with Susie Orman0:08:24Heading: Pros and Cons of Leasing a Car0:12:29Heading: Shopping for a Lease and Car Insurance Tips0:14:11Heading: Understanding the Benefits of Umbrella Insurance Coverage0:15:46Conversation Summary: Financial Planning Tips for Retirement0:17:59"Financial Planning Tips for a Balanced Life"0:22:13Topic: The Impact of Government Regulations on Social Security and Gas Prices0:27:52"Exploring the Impact of Government Intervention on Free Market Capitalism"
Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger
Do women find men in expensive cars more attractive than men in less expensive cars? Some people believe that the answer to this question is so patently self-evident as to not require any thought. But my guest today conducted actual scientific research into this age-old stereotype. Rob Searle is a Welsh psychologist who co-authored a paper evaluating the status-enhancing effects of luxury vehicles on the attractiveness of both men and women to heterosexual members of the opposite sex. He asked participants to rate the attractiveness of an average looking man, first in a Bentley Continental GT, then in a much more modest Ford Fiesta. The findings were published in the British Journal of Psychology. And he discusses them in this episode of Crazy Money. The results build on the work of David Buss and others who found that perceived affluence does influence mating patterns.
James Cameron is a famous filmmaker known for his visionary approach and use of cutting-edge technology in cinema. Recently, we were both speakers at Festival de las Ideas in Puebla, Mexico, where he spoke about creativity and the creative process. On this episode, I share three big ideas that I drew from his speech that we can each apply to our work as creative professionals.Mentioned in this episode:Please Support Our Sponsors:Cozy Earth: Named one of Oprah's favorite things in 2018, Cozy Earth's best-selling bamboo sheet set is temperature-regulating and incredibly soft. I absolutely love it! And now, you can get 35% off when you visity CozyEarth.com and use code ACCIDENTAL. Indeed: Indeed knows that when you're doing everything for your company, you can't afford to overspend on hiring. Visit Indeed.com/creative to start hiring now. Started From The Bottom: Success can mean a lot of things -- money, fame, family...even just making it to tomorrow. For every kind of success, there are those born close to it, and those who strive to reach the top. On Started From the Bottom, Justin Richmond interviews people with humble origins who scaled the summit of success. How did they beat the odds? Hear their stories in their own words -- from media firebrand Charlamagne Tha God, to personal finance guru Suze Orman. Listen to Started From the Bottom, wherever you get your podcasts.
Here is the second part of our interview with financial powerhouse Suze Orman. We discuss Social Security, Living Revocable Trusts and what our children need to know about savings. Show Notes with Links are found: www.hotflashescooltopics.com FOLLOW US ON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hotflashesandcooltopics/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ssWfO0qeZYEIs6TzrKBHQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/657557054765087 Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoolFlashes Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/HotFlashesCoolTopics/ TikTok: @hotflashescooltopics Want to Leave a Review for Hot Flashes and Cool Topics? Here's How: For Apple Podcasts on an iPhone or iOS device: Open the Apple Podcast App on your device. Click on the “search” icon Type into the search bar “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” and click on the show Towards the bottom, look for “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “Write a Review” and leave us your thoughts and comments! For Apple Podcasts on a computer: On the Apple Podcasts website, go to the search bar and type “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” After clicking on the show, find the “Listen on Apple Podcasts” button and click on it The “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” podcast should open on the Apple Podcasts application Keep scrolling on the page until you see “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “See All” If you want to give us a five-star rating, hover over the empty stars! If you want to leave your thoughts and comments, click on “Write a Review”!
Financial powerhouse Suze Orman is our guest this week for a two part series where she shares invaluable advice and tips on money, investments, social security, retirement, inflation and more. Join us on Friday for part 2 of this incredible conversation! FOLLOW US ON: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hotflashesandcooltopics/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6ssWfO0qeZYEIs6TzrKBHQ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/657557054765087 Want to Leave a Review for Hot Flashes and Cool Topics? Here's How: For Apple Podcasts on an iPhone or iOS device: Open the Apple Podcast App on your device. Click on the “search” icon Type into the search bar “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” and click on the show Towards the bottom, look for “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “Write a Review” and leave us your thoughts and comments! For Apple Podcasts on a computer: On the Apple Podcasts website, go to the search bar and type “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” After clicking on the show, find the “Listen on Apple Podcasts” button and click on it The “Hot Flashes and Cool Topics” podcast should open on the Apple Podcasts application Keep scrolling on the page until you see “Ratings and Reviews” Click on “See All” If you want to give us a five-star rating, hover over the empty stars! If you want to leave your thoughts and comments, click on “Write a Review”!
What separates high achievers from everyone else? And perhaps more importantly for those who lead a team, how can you create an environment in which high achievers can thrive? On this episode Robert Glazer is here to share core principles from his new book Elevate Your Team. We discuss the four core capacities that high achieving people and teams exhibit, and some practices and disciplines that we can implement as leaders to help us position ourselves and our teams to thrive.Subscribe to my weekly newsletter 3 Things. Mentioned in this episode:Please Support Our SponsorsCozy Earth: Named one of Oprah's favorite things in 2018, Cozy Earth's best-selling bamboo sheet set is temperature-regulating and incredibly soft. I absolutely love it! And now, you can get 35% off when you visity CozyEarth.com and use code ACCIDENTAL. Notion: Notion AI helps you work faster, write better, and think bigger, doing tasks that normally take you hours in just seconds. For a limited time, try Notion AI for free when you go to notion.com/accidental. Started From The Bottom: Success can mean a lot of things -- money, fame, family...even just making it to tomorrow. For every kind of success, there are those born close to it, and those who strive to reach the top. On Started From the Bottom, Justin Richmond interviews people with humble origins who scaled the summit of success. How did they beat the odds? Hear their stories in their own words -- from media firebrand Charlamagne Tha God, to personal finance guru Suze Orman. Listen to Started From the Bottom, wherever you get your podcasts.
This act is the largest retirement reform in the history of America. Here we dig into a newly implemented rule to your 401k savings. “Most people won't save money unless their employer somehow does it for them in the form of a payroll deduction.” - Suze Orman. This viewpoint from financial planners is what has led to a small but very significant change to how your 401ks will now work. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered through iFile Tax Planning and Preparation Services are separate and unrelated to Commonwealth.” Have questions about managing your financial lifestyle? Email Jake@youandifinancial.com and Jake Rivas may read your questions on the show! Follow Jake on Twitter and Facebook @jakestwocents Securities and advisory services offered through Commonwealth Financial Network, Member FINRA/SIPC, a Registered Investment Adviser. Fixed insurance products and services offered through CES Insurance Agency. Actual performance and results will vary. These interviews do not constitute a recommendation as to the suitability of any investment for any person or persons having circumstances similar to those portrayed. Consult a Financial Advisor regarding your specific circumstances. I*financial is located at 1901 NW Military Hwy. STE. 102. San Antonio, TX 78213. Phone number 210-342-4346
James Choi, a professor of finance at Yale University, discusses his recent study on 'Popular Personal Financial Advice versus the Professors' -- which examines the recommendations of personalities like Suze Orman and Dave Ramsey compared to the standards of economists - -and discusses how the standard advice of saving 10 percent (or as much as possible) of your income from the beginnings of your working life leads to more times of struggle and no less in assets come retirement compared to smoothing savings out more proportionately against income over a lifetime spent saving, earning and spending. Also on the show, Jeremy Pagan, equity research analyst at Morningstar discusses his recent analysis on the pros and cons of investing in REITs versus putting money directly into real estate in a rising-rate environment and, in the Market Call, Chris Natividad, chief investment officer at Equbot -- which runs the AI Powered Equity ETF -- talks about using artificial intelligence as a means of picking stocks.
A Thing or Two with Claire and Erica
Hello, this is she! Today we're reaching into a grab bag filled with TVs, social omnivores, room dividers, and favorite internet follows. For more on the social omnivore, check out this Bon Appétit article by Ali Francis. Room dividers have come a long way—see: Lichen, The Inside, Sarah Ellison's for DWR, and Sight Unseen's round up. Delightful follow number one: Emily Sundberg and her newsletter Feed Me. She wrote "Whole Milk Mounts its Triumphant Comeback" and "Welcome to the Shoppy Shop" and recently surfaced this 2019 interview with Kevin Systrom by Stella Bugbee, too. (Related-ish newsletters: After School by Casey Lewis and Public Announcement c/o Chris Black and James Ellis.) Number two: Delia Cai, whose debut novel Central Places is out now—*please* see also: her IG for the book, her Twitter account, and her interview on this pod. (Other v specific IG follows: @smallbizmemez and @dankartdirectormemes.) Number three: the financial-literacy TikToker Seema Sheth aka Bobeema and her financial cleanse series. Speaking of $$ stuff, Carl Nassib's compound interest lesson from Hard Knocks and Women and Money by Suze Orman. Finally, this tweet (by Lily Marotta, co-host of the Celebrity Book Club podcast) transported us. Where is the TV in your home? How you you answer the phone? Let us know at 833-632-5463, firstname.lastname@example.org, or @athingortwohq—or join our Geneva! And for more recommendations, try out a Secret Menu membership. This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode. Look into getting an MBA with The Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business. YAY.
Jones.Show: Thought-Full Conversation
Capping a twenty-five-year career in which he served as chief marketing officer and executive vice president, Scott Miller is currently FranklinCovey's senior advisor on thought leadership, leading the strategy, development, and publication of the firm's bestselling books. Miller hosts the FranklinCovey-sponsored “On Leadership With Scott Miller,” the world's largest and fastest-growing weekly leadership podcast, and C-Suite Conversations, which features interviews with the world's top executives. Miller is the author of the multivolume series “Master Mentors: 30 Transformative Insights from Our Greatest Business Minds” (HarperCollins Leadership), which features insights from his interviews with the leading thinkers of our time, including Seth Godin, Susan Cain, Stedman Graham, Stephen M.R. Covey, Liz Wiseman, General Stanley McChrystal, and many others. He is the coauthor of the Wall Street Journal bestseller “Everyone Deserves a Great Manager: The 6 Critical Practices for Leading a Team” (Simon & Schuster) and the “Mess to Success” series, including “Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would Follow” and “Marketing Mess to Brand Success” (Mango Publishing). He is releasing “The Ultimate Mentoring Guide” with HarperCollins Leadership in 2023. In addition to supporting FranklinCovey's global thought leadership efforts, Miller runs Gray+Miller, a speaking, literary, and talent agency representing some of the world's foremost leaders, authors, and thinkers. He has developed the ignite your genius™ coaching series to help leaders take their careers from accidental to deliberate, with a book of the same name launching in 2023 with Baker Publishing. Prior to his roles as chief marketing officer and executive vice president of business development, Scott served as general manager and client partner in FranklinCovey's Chicago and UK offices. As a highly sought-after speaker and podcast guest, he has presented to hundreds of audiences across every industry and loves to share his unique journey as an unfiltered leader thriving in today's highly filtered corporate culture. Miller has also authored a leadership column for Inc.com, helmed FranklinCovey's Bookclub.com series with world-renowned authors, and hosted the weekly iHeart Radio show “Great Life, Great Career.” Miller began his professional career in 1992 with the Disney Development Company (the real estate development division of Walt Disney Company) as a founding member of the development team that designed the town of Celebration, Florida. Miller and his wife live in Salt Lake City, Utah, with their three sons. JONES.SHOW is a weekly podcast featuring host Randall Kenneth Jones (author, speaker & creative communications consultant) and Susan C. Bennett (the original voice of Siri). JONES.SHOW is produced and edited by Kevin Randall Jones. SCOTT JEFFREY MILLER Online: Web: https://www.scottjeffreymiller.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/scottmillerj1/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/scottmillerj1 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/scottjeffreymiller/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottjeffreymiller/ JONES.SHOW Online: Join us in the Jones.Show Lounge on Facebook. Twitter (Randy): https://twitter.com/randallkjones Instagram (Randy): https://www.instagram.com/randallkennethjones/ Facebook (Randy): https://www.facebook.com/mindzoo/ Web: RandallKennethJones.com Follow Randy on Clubhouse Twitter (Susan): https://twitter.com/SiriouslySusan Instagram (Susan): https://www.instagram.com/siriouslysusan/ Facebook (Susan): https://www.facebook.com/siriouslysusan/ Web: SusanCBennett.com Follow Susan on Clubhouse LinkedIn (Kevin): https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-randall-jones/ Web: KevinRandallJones.com www.Jones.Show
Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
Americans should be able to talk about money freely says financial expert and author Suze Orman. Tom Cruise debuted a suave new look at the Oscars luncheon. Drew Barrymore broke down in tears over raising children in the public eye when they “didn't sign up for” the spotlight. Donny Meacham joins Rob! Don't forget to vote in today's poll on Twitter at @naughtynicerob or in our Facebook group.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode of The Chris Cuomo Project, personal finance expert Suze Orman (host, “Suze Orman's Women & Money” podcast, and bestselling author, “The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+”) joins Chris to discuss her journey from waitress to financial expert, whether women invest differently than men, her wahoo fishing tournament expertise, how to be a socially-responsible investor, the importance of keeping an emergency savings fund, and much more. Follow and subscribe to The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday. Need to hire? You need Indeed. Visit Indeed.com/CCP to start hiring now.
In episode 94, I interview Stacy Tuschl who shares insightful information about how to run your business better. Stacy Tuschl started her own business at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a multi-million dollar business she still runs today. Stacy is a bestselling author, and founder of Well Oiled Operations - helping small business owners around the world create systems that facilitate growth by promoting team accountability and eliminating the common challenge of the CEO's time and energy limitations becoming the bottleneck in scaling the business. The top rated Well Oiled Operations podcast now has almost 2 million downloads where she's interviewed guests like Suze Orman. Stacy was named the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration. I am excited to have Stacy on the Craft to Career Podcast to talk about how you can run your business better! Turn your CRAFT into a CAREER! Did you find this podcast helpful? Find more creative business takeaways, tutorials, courses, plus much more below. SHOW NOTES: https://quilterscandy.com/podcast/ QUILTERS CANDY WEBSITE: https://quilterscandy.com/ INSTAGRAM: Craft to Career Podcast @crafttocareer Quilters Candy @quilters_candy
From whom should you get you financial and investing advice? Robert Kyosaki, Suze Orman, Dave ramsey, economists? We look at the various mainstream financial education providers. Plus, why is Tesla rising so fast? We hear from listeners, too (mostly about banking): Why don't banks pay more on savings? What is the advantage to taking lottery winnings in a lump sum? How do high-yield savings products pay so much more? Will a 72-year old need to take RMD in 2023? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“The biggest thing that will separate you from the crowd in your journey to wealth-building is believing that you are WORTH IT.”— Melissa HoustonInterviewing Suze Orman for She Means Profit is one of the top highlights of my career (right up there with publishing my first book, Cash Confident: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Creating a Profitable Business)! As I was starting my own career, Suze was an absolute inspiration as both a female finance expert and as a role model devoted to empowering other women. One of the top insights that came out of our incredible interview is the importance of self worth when it comes to building and growing your wealth. Believing that you deserve wealth is essential to helping you achieve it — when it comes to making money, mindset makes ALL the difference (it's why money mindset plays such an important role in my Cash Confident framework!).In this episode, I share some compelling research about the power of positive thinking, and dive into the importance of cultivating a problem-solving mentality and learning how to “risk forward.”Listen now — and if you haven't yet heard my interview with Suze Orman, do check out She Means Profit #130: The Key To Feeling Financially Successful with Suze Orman!In this episode, you'll discover: How to heal your mindset and vanquish the demons that are holding you back from becoming wealthyHow to train your brain to be more open to reasonable risk-taking (a key factor in financial success!)Why moving out of your comfort zone is going to be the needle-mover in your business— and what I did to successfully break out of my own!Highlights:00:50 My interview with Suze Orman03:35 Mindset & building wealth05:10 The power of positive thinking06:01 Money mindset, risk-taking & problem-solving08:27 Getting out of my comfort zone09:47 Changing your mindset13:15 Mistakes v. learning experiences14:20 ConclusionLinks:She Means Profit #130: The Key To Feeling Financially Successful with Suze OrmanCash Confident programhttps://melissahoustoncpa.lpages.co/cash-confident-sales-pageCash Confident: An Entrepreneur's Guide to Creating a Profitable Businesshttps://melissahoustoncpa.com/cash-confident-bookRisk Forward: Embrace the Unknown and Unlock Your Hidden Genius by Victoria Labalmehttps://www.victorialabalme.com/book-risk-forwardMain website
In this episode Elsie chit chats about, the humor and honest answers on ReWives, Bethany Frankel and Suze Orman dissect Housewives episode, "Who's going to check me boo", Weed in the hands of the children, It's a shark's world, Red dog, Alec Baldwin, and Kakamora. Credit: Rewives with Bethany CNN News TikTok APNews --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chitchatwithe/support
The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast
Original Airdate: October 22, 2008When every dollar counts, parents are having to say no, when all they've ever said is yes. Suze Orman discusses with Oprah how to tell your overindulged kids that the spending has to stop now!
Why do top banks own billions of dollars of cash-value life insurance, if Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman say it's such a bad idea? Today, we're looking into bank financials at a little-known, highly desirable asset banks use as a Tier 1 Capital Asset to increase their financial strength. We're talking about bank-owned life insurance, or BOLI. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gqAiiHQLXI So, if you want to fortify your finances and increase your stability through economic turbulence ... tune in now to find out about becoming your own banker with the Infinite Banking Concept! Table of contentsWhat is BOLI?What About COLI?Tier 1 CapitalHow Much Life Insurance Do Banks Own?What Can We Learn From BOLI?Resources for Learning About BOLIBook A Strategy Call What is BOLI? BOLI stands for Bank Owned Life Insurance, and while it's widely available knowledge, it's not widely understood. So why would banks want to own life insurance, and what does it do for those institutions? Banks really didn't own life insurance until about 1994. In large part, banks take life insurance policies out on their key employees. This doesn't just give the banks an additional place to store and grow capital securely. The death benefit also provides the banks with a means to train a replacement in the event of that employee's death. In fact, even the cash value is useful in allowing the banks to prepare for a key employee to retire. This is how banks have “insurable interest” in their employees. But banks don't just take out these policies on their employees, either. Banks have actually started group policies on the bank's customers who have loans with the bank. This means that if a customer died, the death benefit would pay for any outstanding loans. Banks are great at protecting their money. They see the value in having their money over-collateralized in order to protect it. [12:15] “If that is something that this institution is doing, why shouldn't you be doing it in your own life?” What About COLI? Like bank-owned life insurance, there is also corporate-owned life insurance or COLI. The idea and usage of this type life insurance is the same. Companies benefit from having growth and liquidity in a life insurance policy, as well as the death benefit. Corporations like Walmart, Disney, Procter & Gamble, and many more rely on life insurance strategies. So if life insurance is such a “bad investment” as some financial talking heads would suggest, then why are banks and major corporations relying so heavily on life insurance in their financial strategies? Clearly, there must be some merit to it. Tier 1 Capital [14:37] “Banks have to have what's called tier 1 capital… and up to 25 percent of their tier 1 capital, which has to be safe capital… is saved in the cash values of permanent life insurance. And that then is used to also insure the employees of the bank.” Tier 1 capital is the core of a bank's capital that is held in reserves. It is also used to fund some of the bank's business. This kind of capital must be safe and liquid. In fact, regulators require that banks have a certain amount of tier 1 capital available. This determines the strength of a bank, and that capital is useful for funding any losses the bank might have. In other words, tier 1 capital, like bank-owned life insurance, is directly related to the strength and stability of a bank. So if banks are using such a large portion of life insurance to provide a foundation for their institution, that same logic can apply on an individual level. It's capital that is safe, liquid, and has growth that's not correlated to the stock market, after all. How Much Life Insurance Do Banks Own? It might surprise you to know just how much life insurance banks have in their financial portfolios. The following are some statistics and numbers from some of the major banks. The numbers below represent how much cash value the banks have from their life ins...
Work From Your Happy Place with Belinda Ellsworth
Starting a small business can be difficult, and most of them fail within the first five years. This is due to various reasons originating from both owners and the business itself. Poor capitalization, inadequate management, faulty infrastructure, and ineffective marketing are some of the common pitfalls that many small businesses fail to navigate properly. All of these components need to be in place for any business venture to be successful.As an entrepreneur, having a team is the key factor for achieving success and balance in your business. When you gather like-minded people who are committed to advancing the company's vision, you can improve your business operations faster. Make sure to implement systems that can assist with scaling up your operations as the business grows. Doing so will help maintain a positive and efficient work environment.In this episode, Stacy Tuschl, the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration, leads us on her journey as an entrepreneur, which started at the age of 18. Hear what she has learned in over 20 years of running a multi-million dollar business and get insight into her best practices when it comes to operating a successful venture. Snapshot of the Key Points from the Episode:[03:09] Stacy's multi-million business, which she started in her parent's backyard at 18 years of age. Why do entrepreneurs need the creative and analytic sides of the brain?[05:08] Stacy as the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year.[07:33] The three beneficial tips to perfect your business operations. Why do effective business systems not always mean automation?[10:49] Why small businesses need to use an SOP when hiring new people.[17:09] Stacy's superpowers and great skill sets. Stacy's outstanding accomplishments so far. Her greatest challenges and how she overcame them.[26:28] What does working from your happy place mean to Stacy?[27:23] Stacy's advice to anyone aspiring to start the entrepreneurship journey. About Stacy Tuschl: - Stacy Tuschl started her own business at the age of 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a multi-million dollar business she still runs today. Stacy is a bestselling author and founder of Well Oiled Operations - helping small business owners around the world create systems that facilitate growth by promoting team accountability and eliminating the common challenge of the CEO's time and energy limitations becoming the bottleneck in scaling the business.She's the owner of the top-rated Foot Traffic Podcast with almost 2 million downloads, where she interviewed guests like Suze Orman. Stacy was named the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration. How to connect with Stacy Tuschl:Website: https://stacytuschl.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stacytuschlInstagram: http://www.instagram.com/stacytuschlLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/stacytuschlPinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/stacytuschlPodcast: https://stacytuschl.com/podcast/ About the Host - Belinda Ellsworth is a Speaker, Trainer, Best-Selling Author, and Podcaster She has been a professional speaker, mover, and shaker for more than 25 years. Having built three successful companies, she has helped thousands of entrepreneurs make better decisions, create successful systems, and build business strategies using her "Four Pillars of Success" system. Belinda has always had a passion and zest for life with the skill for turning dreams into reality. How to Connect with Belinda:Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/workfromyourhappyplaceLinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/belindaellsworthInstagram -https://www.instagram.com/workfromyourhappyplace/Website - www.workfromyourhappyplace.com Quotes: “Level up and know when to say no to things you once gave a yes as an answer.” “Sometimes business challenges give you an opportunity to slow down and recharge. You cannot just keep on going and going.” "Teamwork makes the dream work! When you gather the right people, anything is possible."
“When you say No out of love for yourself, that is when you start to be a truly profitable, strong, smart, and secure woman.”— Suze OrmanMy guest for this episode of She Means Profit is none other than Suze Orman! Suze is one of North America's foremost experts on personal finance, a New York Times bestselling author, a magazine and online columnist, former contributing editor to “O” The Oprah Magazine, the host of the Suze Orman's Women & Money podcast, and a co-founder of the employer-sponsored emergency savings solution SecureSave. For over a decade, she hosted the award-winning Suze Orman Show, where she helped people make the connection between self-worth and net worth.Tune in to hear Suze's amazing stories about her fascinating career — from sharing the key to life during her first appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show to co-founding her latest business venture — and her deep insights regarding women, money, and mindset!In this episode, you'll discover: Why women need to learn how to say No out of love for themselves and never undervalue what they doThe major role that personal financial literacy plays in successful entrepreneurship How Suze's SecureSave solution is a game-changer for emergency savingsGuest bio: Suze Orman is a #1 New York Times bestselling author on personal finance, with over 25 million books in circulation available in 12 languages worldwide. A magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, host of Suze Orman's Women & Money podcast, and one of the top motivational speakers in the world today, Orman is undeniably America's most recognized expert on personal finance.Highlights: 00:50 Intro01:44 Suze Orman & The Oprah Winfrey Show08:03 Helping others & saying No out of love10:53 Living on an island11:40 Luck v. hard work13:52 Women & money mindset18:18 Power of women19:45 Emergency savings crisis & SecureSave28:43 SecureSave & small business30:22 Returning to speaking32:57 Retirement?35:03 Own your assets & your powerLinks: Suze Ormanhttps://www.suzeorman.com https://www.facebook.com/suzeorman https://www.youtube.com/suzeorman Twitter: http://twitter.com/suzeormanshow SecureSavehttps://www.securesave.com Main website
So what is the thing that Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman actually agree on? And that we agree with them as well? You will just have to listen to find out!! Links: PolicyGenius: https://seedtime.com/PG
Happy New Year, friends! We are kicking off the new year with a Turquoise Talk episode you do not want to miss. My next guest was the first coach I invested in outside of a direct sales coach, so when I started this podcast, I knew I wanted to invite her on as a guest. I was immediately inspired by her values and how she was able to run multiple businesses and knew she would help me get some systems in place to grow my business. Stacy Tuschl started her own business at 18 in her parents' backyard and turned that company into a multi-million dollar business she still runs today. She is a bestselling author and founder of Well-Oiled Operations - helping small business owners worldwide create systems that facilitate growth by promoting team accountability and eliminating the common challenge of the CEO's time and energy limitations becoming the bottleneck in scaling the business. The top-rated Well-Oiled Operations podcast now has almost 2 million downloads, interviewing guests like Suze Orman. Stacy was named the 2019 Wisconsin Small Business Person of the Year by the United States Small Business Administration. In this episode, Stacy shares the key numbers all business owners should be tracking every month and why. She also explains some of the systems she and her team use to help structure teams, hit KPIs, and optimize businesses to scale like never before. Check out http://www.profitsprint.co for more information on Stacy's upcoming 3-day workshop on removing yourself as the bottleneck in your business and scaling faster. Connect with me on your favorite social media platform Instagram: www.instagram.com/martine31williams Facebook: facebook.com/martinenwilliams Check out shop.martinesfavoritethings.com for my favorite books and items to make life and business a little more simple and a lot more fun! Book your Burnout to Breakthrough call with Martine: HERE Be sure to follow this podcast to automatically receive your episodes!!! Hey!! Send me a DM on IG and tell me what you think about the show! Believing in YOU always! Martine Podcast edited and managed by Haili Murch LLC. If you are interested in starting a podcast or you are currently a podcaster needing help managing or relaunching your podcast, you may email Haili Murch at email@example.com or you can click here to book a call: https://calendly.com/hailimurch/podcast-discovery-call
This week we replay a YFP Podcast Classic. Suze Orman, #1 New York Times bestselling author on personal finance with over 25 million books in circulation, joins Tim Ulbrich on today's episode. They talk about her most recent book Women & Money: Be Strong, Be Smart, Be Secure and the advice Suze has for pharmacy professionals feeling overwhelmed with their student loan debt and managing their financial plan. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode YFP 109: An Interview with Suze Orman Suze Orman Women & Money: Be Strong, Be Smart, Be Secure by Suze Orman Women and Money Podcast YFP 108: How to Effectively Talk with Mom & Dad About Their Finances w/ Cameron Huddleston Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk: How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances by Cameron Huddleston Suze Orman Must Have Documents Offer Email Suze Orman: firstname.lastname@example.org Your Financial Pharmacist Disclaimer and Disclosures
Financial expert Suze Orman says that the majority of Americans have less then $400 in their savings account and live paycheck to paycheck.
After a crooked financial adviser gambled away all of her savings, Suze Orman was left with nothing but $50,000 in debt and a broken dream. In a surprising twist of fate, Suze has now become one of America's most trusted financial advisors and a champion for everyday investors. In today's episode, Suze challenges listeners to take control of their personal finances before the impending economic instability puts America at risk! Suze Orman was the contributing editor to “O” The Oprah Magazine for 16 years, the Costco Connection Magazine for over 18 years, and the host of the award-winning Suze Orman Show, which aired every Saturday night on CNBC for 13 years. Over her television career, Suze has accomplished that which no other television personality ever has before. She is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, writer/producer, and one of the top motivational speakers in the world today. Suze is undeniably America's most recognized expert on personal finance. In this episode, Hala and Suze will discuss: - Suze's childhood struggles and her speech impediment - How Suze was tricked by a seedy investor when starting her business - Why Suze turned her life around at the age of 30 - Overcoming a limited mindset - Is a recession on the horizon? - Finding financial independence - Why fear, shame, and anger are the 3 main obstacles to wealth - The biggest mistake you will make is waiting until you're older to fund your retirement - The vitality of investing in a Roth IRA - Starting an 8-month to 1-year emergency savings account - Why we shouldn't just “spend what we earn” - Investing in Series I Bonds - Suze's opinion on student loan debt relief - And other topics… Suze Orman has been called “a force in the world of personal finance” and a “one-woman financial advice powerhouse” by USA Today. She is the #1 New York Times bestselling author, magazine and online columnist, writer/producer, and one of the top motivational speakers in the world today. She is also the author of ten consecutive New York Times bestsellers, a two-time Emmy Award-winning television host, and the Co-Founder of Securesave.com, the first employer-sponsored employee savings account. Suze hosts the extremely popular Women & Money podcast and is a special advocate for the National Domestic Violence Hotline, bringing her message of awareness and empowerment to women who have suffered financial abuse. Resources Mentioned: Suze's Books: https://www.suzeorman.com/products/categories/1 Suze's Website:https://www.suzeorman.com/ Suze's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzeorman/ Suze's Twitter: https://twitter.com/Suzeormanshow Suze's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealsuzeorman/ Suze's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzeorman/ Suze's book The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: Winning Strategies to Make Your Money Last a Lifetime: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082ZQ5TPX/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i0 Sponsored By: Omaha Steaks - Visit OmahaSteaks.com and get 50% off sitewide plus use promo code YAP at checkout to get that EXTRA $40 OFF your order Indeed - Visit Indeed.com/YAP to start hiring now Rocket Money - Go to rocketmoney.com/profiting for more info Shopify - Sign up for a free trial at shopify.com/profiting The Jordan Harbinger Show - Check out jordanharbinger.com/start for some episode recommendations More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Join Hala's LinkedIn Masterclass - yapmedia.io/course Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
David starts the conversation by pointing out that more and more financial experts are convinced that tax rates will rise dramatically to pay for unfunded obligations in the future. One way to protect yourself against rising tax rates is to do a Roth Conversion. Taxes will be on sale for another 4 years before they go back to the 2017 highs. If you are serious about retirement planning, David believes you would be wise to take advantage of what he calls "The Tax Sale of a Lifetime." The second way would be to contribute to your Roth 401K. It may make sense for you to stop contributing to your 401K and direct those contributions to a Roth 401K because now is arguably the best time in the history of the US to be making contributions to tax-free accounts. The third point would be to max out on your Roth IRA. As of 2022, you are allowed to contribute $20,500 per year to a Roth IRA and an additional $6500 for catchup if you are above age 50. Point number four is taking advantage of a Health Saving Account. A Health Savings Account allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for qualified healthcare expenses. Contributions are tax-deductible, grow tax-deferred, and can be distributed tax-free. Last but not least is making contributions to a cash-value life insurance. David explains that Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman may preach against permanent life insurance, but the more experienced financial experts are all for it. A great example is America's IRA Expert, Ed Slott, CPA, who went on live television to declare permanent life insurance as the single most valuable benefit in the IRS tax code. David agrees with Ed Slott that making money from investments is harder than it ever was. The last thing you'd want to do is share your hard-earned gains with the government. Mentioned in this episode: David's books: Power of Zero, Look Before Your LIRP, The Volatility Shield, Tax-Free Income for Life and The Infinity Code DavidMcKnight.com PowerOfZero.com (free video series) @mcknightandco on Twitter @davidcmcknight on Instagram David McKnight on YouTube
Bob Bluhm is one of the nation's leading asset protection attorneys. In over 30 years as an attorney, Bob has been a trial lawyer and has represented Fortune 500 companies as well as smaller, privately held businesses. As an international speaker, Bob has shared the stage with heads of state such as U.S. Presidents Clinton, Bush and Trump, U.K. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, Russian President Mikhail Gorbachev, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and others, such as Tony Robbins, Lou Dobbs, Jim Cramer, David Bach, Dean Graziosi, Suze Orman and Robert Kiyosaki. He is the author of several articles on asset protection and is a contributor to "The Asset Protection Handbook."Bob specializes in protecting real estate investors and other business owners from lawsuits, lowering their taxes and reducing their risk of an IRS audit. He and his team work with both U.S. and foreign investors wanting to invest in U.S. real estate. Bob and his team have helped thousands of people all over the world grow their wealth more quickly and securely. Connect with Robert:Website: https://protectwealth.com/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/protectwealthacademyLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/protectwealthacademy/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ProtectWealthAcademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/protectwealthacademy/ You can purchase Lauren's book “Finding Your Silver Lining in the Business Immigration Process: An Insightful Guide to Immigrant & Non-Immigrant Business Visas” here- http://bit.ly/silverliningimm Connect with Lauren Cohen:Website: https://ecouncilinc.com/goglobal/Facebook: www.facebook.com/ecouncilincYouTube: http://bit.ly/YT-LaurenesqLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/ecouncilincInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/lauren_cohen_esq/Email: email@example.com
Laugh Tracks Legends of Comedy with Randy and Steve
Meet standup stalwart Paula Poundstone this time out. Since emerging as a comedy star in the 1980s (including an American Comedy Award win), Paula has remained a favorite on tv talk shows, game shows, and the standup stage. Her comedy is thoughtful but pointed, calling out the absurdities of daily life and popular culture. As always, find additional cuts below. Want an easily searchable archive of past shows? Check out our YouTube Channel (Laugh Tracks Legends of Comedy). And thanks for sharing our shows! Want more Paula Poundstone? Paula had great chemistry with Craig Ferguson, so it was no surprise that she was among is final guests as he wound down his late night show. This clip is vintage Paula, pulling big laughs from everyday life -- such as her son's first efforts at filling out a job application. https://youtu.be/G6WnBZ5G6fc In recent years Paula may be best known as a regular panelist on the NPR news quiz "Wait Wait, Don't Tell Me" where her brand of plain spoken snark is right at home. Here is Paula riffing on Suze Orman. And yes, we know "Wait Wait" is a radio show -- this footage was taken from BBC's attempt to create a video version. https://youtu.be/gR47v_2a8Lw Paula remains a top standup draw both here and in Canada where this clip was filmed. It has Paula musing a little with her audience about the differences in tolerance between the two countries. https://youtu.be/AYHzVxhhSZA
S6 E37 Before you buy that gift… JZ shares some advice taken from Suze Orman's Money Monday's: thinking about self, others and your budget and spending for the season [9:00]. Tune in to find out all the things we are acknowledging and celebrating before St. Nick's Day [7:46] – Oh! And a little bit of trivia [5:14]! Get your brains ready…tune in now! Peace and good health good people. Hustle, heart, and muscle. Feat Music: Burl Ives - “A Holly Jolly Christmas” *JZ and The Midweek Muscle® does not own the rights to this music* ************* WE ARE NOW ON AMAZON MUSIC & AUDIBLE!**** ************ BOOM! #heartsup Get. Your. Dose of The Midweek Muscle Podcast! Listen Now! #heartsup * Check it out! Rate and review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or leave a comment on Soundcloud or Castbox or any of the SOCIALS! * What did you think of this week? Let me know -> * firstname.lastname@example.org - or - Facebook and Instagram: @themidweekmuscle Twitter: @midweekmuscle
Wheelbarrow Profits Podcast: Multifamily Real Estate Investment
On this episode, Jake and Gino, talk about the financial advice Suze Orman has given over the years, and compare that to their own thoughts about where to park your savings. We all want to get the biggest bang for our buck, so how do we do that? By deploying our baby money soldiers to work! We love the term “Baby Money Soldiers,” but as Jake says- there's a lot of truth to this metaphor. It's how you apply your vision to your business, and then the actions you take with the deals you complete. If you use your troops correctly, you can grow your army. An entrepreneur knows better than anyone that you don't always have to take the traditional path to financial success. When it comes to saving money as an entrepreneur, you need to be putting your baby-money soldiers to WORK for you. Every single dollar should have a job to do. ASK YOURSELF: Are you locking your baby money soldiers up in a retirement savings plan like a 401(K)? ORAre you sending them somewhere they can grow and multiply? Jake and Gino dive into using your baby money soldiers to harness the power of compounding, and options to grow and protect your long-term wealth. Stay tuned for the launch of our e-book, Baby Money Soldiers! Key Insights: 00:00 Introduction 01:42 How does Suze Orman make her money? 03:22 Putting baby-money soldiers in jail: Dollars held captive in 401(K) 06:54 Term life insurance versus whole life insurance 08:35 Defining the term ‘baby money soldiers' 10:07 Wrap-up To find out more on bullet-proof strategies for your baby money soldiers, connect with our Team at www.100year.com Bonus resources: Learn how YOU can leverage cash value life insurance and become your own source of financing: https://100yearrei.com/ebook-download/ SCHEDULE A Call: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/ ^To talk to our Team about adding a Permanent Life Insurance Policy to your financial plan (and even the plan for your children), get in touch with our Team here^ About The 100 Year Real Estate Investor The Whole Life Insurance Policies offered by the 100 Year Real Estate Investor are specially-designed. This means they work harder toward achieving your financial objectives, no matter what they may be. Check out this blog for 7 facts about our specially-designed strategies that may not be true about typical whole life policies: https://100yearrei.com/7-facts-about-... #legacywealth #lifeinsurance #financialplanning #personalfinancialengineering #generationalwealth The contents of this video are for informational and educational purposes only. They should not be considered investment, financial, legal or tax advice. Jake and Gino are not licensed in the insurance or securities industries and is not in the business of selling, soliciting or negotiating the sale of any insurance contract, security or other investment vehicle.
Everyone should have an emergency fund. How big should it be and how can you get started building one. We share our thoughts and examine a ne Suze Orman backed service to help get employees set up with automated savings. Then we hear from a listener wondering what we think of J.L. Collins investing advice. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Liz finds herself in a Jack off as she and Jack renegotiate her contract using the Donaghy Method, Kenneth is hurt because no one noticed his absence and ditches the TGS crew for Suze Orman, and Tracy and Jenna perform as robots at a Bar Mitzvah and learn valuable life lessons. Original Air Date: February 2, 2012 Love the pod? Join our Patreon party! You can find us at patreon.com/takespod and choose the level (adventure) that works for you. Want more Nick and Julie? Check out their other podcast: Takes All Over the Place - wherever you get your podcasts. They can also be found on social @takespod and @blergpodcast
What happens when one of the most famous financial experts in the US teams up with a highly successful founder? They change the world. Suze Orman, host of the Women & Money podcast and bestselling author, joins one of her co-founders Devin Miller, an entrepreneur and former COO of Guidant Financial, to talk SecureSave. This is the work benefit that provides emergency savings solutions to help employees prepare for life's unexpected moments. Nicole, Suze and Devin talk about what it feels like living paycheck to paycheck, why secure employees are more productive, and Suze's mission to financially educate millions. And our sponsor MainStreet is making it easy to find thousands of dollars worth of R&D Tax Credits. You only need to plug MainStreet into your payroll and let their team of experts do the heavy lifting, scanning hundreds of federal, state and local tax credits on your behalf. It's going to save you so much time and your company so much money. Head tohttps://mainstreet.com/tax-credits/?utm_source=workweek&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=workweek-podcasts&utm_content=podcast ( MainStreet.com) to sign up for their limited time offer. And if you love listening to Humans of Fintech, please leave me a 5-star review on Rate My Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/humansoffintech (https://ratethispodcast.com/humansoffintech) Thank you so much! Follow Devin: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/devinpmiller (inkedin.com/in/devinpmiller) Follow Suze: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/suzeorman (linkedin.com/in/suzeorman) You can keep up-to-date with everything Humans of Fintech at https://workweek.com/brand/wtfintech/ (https://workweek.com/brand/wtfintech/) And if you've enjoyed Humans of Fintech why not try: Chicks of FinTwit, Tech Unlocked, Breaking Banks or Fintech Insider Why You Must Have an Emergency Savings Fund Every adult knows that life can throw unexpected challenges our way at any moment. These challenges range from minor inconveniences (like car trouble) to major catastrophes (like the loss of a job). Unfortunately, most of us are ill-prepared for such curveballs when they strike. That's because the majority of Americans have little to no emergency savings. A recent survey found that the average American would be unable to cover an unplanned bill costing $500 without selling personal assets or borrowing money. Why Having an Emergency Fund Is So ImportantThere are many reasons why having an emergency fund is important. First, it can ease the financial burden of unexpected events. Second, it can improve your credit score. And third, it can help you stay on track with your long-term financial goals. Here are some examples of how an emergency fund can help you in a financial pinch: - You lose your job - If you lose your job, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits. However, the duration and amount of these benefits vary from state to state. Furthermore, they are not meant to be a long-term source of income: maximum benefits last a few months at most. - You have a medical emergency - Medical emergencies are common. You never know when you or a loved one might suffer from a serious illness or injury. Having a health insurance policy can help you get the care you need. However, health insurance alone does not cover all costs associated with medical care. - You incur major home-maintenance costs - Homeowners often encounter unexpected expenses when maintaining their property. These may include roof repair, plumbing issues, and electrical malfunctions. - You have a financial emergency - Financial emergencies occur when you need quick cash to meet a payment or cover an expense when you're short on funds. - You have a sudden car repair - Cars are expensive, and they break down all the time. If you're lucky, you'll need a minor repair that...
Are you hoping for a breakthrough? Lighten up. Suze Orman shares the "key to life" which led to her career breakthrough on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Anyone in leadership needs to know this.Suze is America's most recognized expert on personal finance and co-host of the very popular “Women & Money” podcast.
The Real Estate Syndication Show
Today, John Rickgarn shares what he has done to achieve financial success. John talks about how he fixed his finances to earn passively and, at the same time, the mindset shift that led him to invest in his first fourplex. He also emphasizes the importance of learning something every day. Bryce Robertson traces his journey to what he calls the freedom trinity. He said he turned a life of mediocrity into one of true success and freedom. Now, Bryce passes on the “how-to formula” so others can attain this same kind of freedom. Listen now and learn how you can achieve financial success one step at a time!Key Points From This Episode: John talks about his background and his expertise in real estate.John elaborates on how he fixed his finances and earned passively.What was his change of mindset for his fourplex?The difference between buying smaller multifamily units versus passive investment.John's networks with other investors and infinite returns.Why did Bryce focus on real estate after trying other ways of making money?Concentrating on mobile home parks as a property asset class.How did Bryce pull off his first syndicated deal? Bryce reveals what he considers as foundational skills of a successful entrepreneur.Bryce explains the freedom trinity - financial, time, and location freedom. Bryce shares practical strategies and tactics that have helped him achieve business success.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:John Rickgarn on LinkedInJohn Rickgarn on FacebookBryce Robertson on LinkedInFreedom Hack Radio YouTube ChannelBuy 10,000 Miles to the American Dream: Our Story of Financial Freedom on Amazon About John RickgarnFrom an early age, John had worked hard, saved money, and “invested for the long term.” He opened an IRA at age 18, first contributed to a 401k at 19, and at one point contributed 15% of his earnings to his retirement accounts. All the “right things” were touted by David Bach, Suze Orman, and Dave Ramsey.But in late 2014, John realized this path may not work. After all, both of his parents had died of cancer in their 50's by the time he was 16. Why was he deferring so much of his income and much of his LIFE to a later date that wasn't guaranteed?In 2016, he stopped contributing to his IRA, cut his contributions to his 401k by 2/3rds, and bought his first investment property, a four-plex, via pulling money OUT of his Roth IRA for the down payment. By 2019, he left his high-paying sales job of 12 years to pursue real estate full-time. Since then, he has expanded his real estate portfolio to four states and invested in stocks, options, cryptocurrency, notes, and real estate syndications. In 2020, he started his own blog and website, www.wealthandfreedomnexus.com to share his journey and educate others on financial education for their financial freedom.About Bryce RobertsonBryce Robertson's “Your Real Estate Mate” is an Aussie-born real estate investing entrepreneur, #1 international bestselling author, world traveler, and adventurer.Bryce began his investing career with a negative net worth, unseasoned credit, and a mere $2,000 in the bank. Having raised millions of dollars and a culmination of success in mobile home park investing, Bryce lives the freedom trinity of financial, time, and location freedom.
In this episode, David tells the truth about Suze Orman, who's been giving financial advice for the last 25 years and has some pretty black and white positions on most financial subjects. Suze Orman doesn't seem to be a fan of cash value life insurances because of its perceived high expenses. The problem of her approach, according to David, is the fact that it looks at the annual expenses in the early years of the life insurance contract and projects those out over the life of the policy. However, that isn't how things typically work. In real life, the longer you keep your policy, the lower the average internal expenses go. For David, whoever is dealing with a financial advisor recommending that their clients roll their entire IRA into life insurance policies should run the other way. The fundamental issue David sees is the one-size-fits-all financial planning advice dispensed by some mainstream financial gurus. The problem lies in wealthy people not wanting to have a generic financial plan, rather a customized, comprehensive and balanced approach to retirement planning. David calls out mainstream financial gurus like Dave Ramsey, Clark Howard, and Suze Orman for being generalists, instead of experts on specific facets of financial planning. Mentioned in this episode: David's books: Power of Zero, Look Before Your LIRP, The Volatility Shield, Tax-Free Income for Life and The Infinity Code DavidMcKnight.com PowerOfZero.com (free video series) @mcknightandco on Twitter @davidcmcknight on Instagram David McKnight on YouTube Suze Orman
On this week's mailbag: A nurse writes into the show with an alternate view on guardianships. Also, a listener spots someone reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad on the train. Another listener writes a poignant letter about disability and finances. Gaby and Mal consider books to takedown on the podcast in the future and discuss if it would be unethical to hook up with The Points Guy for points. Also this week: Mal's impeccable Suze Orman impression…. And so much more! TW: medical trauma, abuse, ableism Link: https://www.oltco.org/programs/opg-about-us.html Gaby Dunn Instagram: @GabyRoad BWM Instagram: @bwmpod BWM Facebook group: http://tinyurl.com/badwithmoneyfb The BWM Discord channel: https://discord.gg/dAdxj4JMER Find Gaby on Patreon: patreon.com/gabydunn Shop gabydunn.com/shop for merch! Bad with Money is produced, edited, sound engineered and mixed by Cumulus Podcast Network. The theme song was performed by Sam Barbara and written by Myq Kaplan, Zach Sherwin, and Jack Dolgen. Additional music by Joey Salvia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today's episode addresses claims by the likes of Suze Orman, The White Coat Investor, and Clark Howard that financial advisors are a rip-off. After 25 years in the industry, David can say without a doubt that not all financial advisors are created equal. A good financial advisor will increase the likelihood that your retirement savings will last through life expectancy. According to a Vanguard study, tapping into the services of a financial advisor could help you improve your results by as much as 3% points annually. They can do so through three things: 1) By helping you stick to your plan and avoid making emotion-driven investments. 2) By setting you up with a sensible asset allocation that incorporates quarterly rebalancing. 3) Help you keep fees low by guiding you to low-fee alternatives. David talks about the fact that most Americans don't have a CPA and use software like TurboTax or services such as H&R Block to do their taxes. The problem with this is that these types of services are not paid or motivated to advise you on taxes you might pay on retirement distributions 20 or 30 years down the road. CPAs themselves are not very motivated to save your taxes on your 401k IRA distributions, as their main goal is often to help you save on taxes today. David shares three key things a good financial advisor can help you with: 1) to increase the rate of return on your investments. 2) to help you save on taxes at a time when you can least afford to pay them, like retirement. 3) to completely purge longevity risk from your retirement picture. For David, a qualified financial advisor, through sophisticated retirement planning software, can help you anticipate what your tax burden might be years down the road and set up a plan that helps you maximize your after-tax cash flow in retirement. David discusses the Longevity Risk, a situation in which investors go at it alone, seeking to neutralize longevity risk by attempting to follow the 4% Rule. The 4% Rule states that if you never take out more than 4% of your retirement savings in a given year, you have a reasonably high chance that your nest egg will last through life expectancy. The 4% Rule has recently been downgraded to the 3% Rule because some experts believed that the 4% Rule was built around overly optimistic and outdated variables. For David, things aren't as easy as they may appear because of what he calls the “Illusion of Liquidity.” Having money sitting around – as per the 3% Rule – can often lead to it being seen as an emergency fund or even a slush fund. Mentioned in this episode: Suze Orman The White Coat Investor Clark Howard Vanguard Are Financial Advisors Worth It? - The Motley Fool (table included) TurboTax H&R Block David's books: Power of Zero, Look Before Your LIRP, The Volatility Shield, Tax-Free Income for Life and The Infinity Code DavidMcKnight.com PowerOfZero.com (free video series) @mcknightandco on Twitter @davidcmcknight on Instagram David McKnight on YouTube
The world of fintech is dominated by the same old voices, drowning out diverse founders and operators. Step forward Humans of Fintech. The podcast empowering the stories of diverse leaders at the forefront of change in our industry. Hosted by me, Nicole Casperson, journalist and founder of the WTFintech? newsletter. This season shines a spotlight on those underrepresented fintech founders, zoning in on how they're leading their companies and creating change. You'll hear from leaders like finance icon Suze Orman, Founder of Sequin Vrinda Gupta, and L'Attitude Ventures Partner Laura Lucas who are bringing an alternative version of finance to the world by powering new ways of bringing equity across the globe. In every interview, my guest will share how they got into the fintech space, the challenges they're working to solve, and what drives them. You'll hear how they found connection in the industry, and how they're moving the dial when it comes to re-shaping fintech for the better. If you're desperate to hear fresh perspectives and different voices, Humans of Fintech is the podcast putting humanity back into the industry. Season 3 drops soon with new episodes every Wednesday. Make sure to subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. And if you've enjoyed Humans of Fintech, why not try: Chicks of FinTwit, Tech Unlocked, Breaking Banks or Fintech Insider
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On this episode, Jake and Gino compare a Scarcity Mindset with an Abundance Mindset. They dive into how it is important to maintain an Abundance Mindset when you are designing your long-term financial plan. Experts like Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman may share some content that has been beneficial for beginners or those in a financially tough spot, BUT is their advice relevant for you? They talk about expanding your avenues as an entrepreneur and learning even more, moving beyond the beginner's level. To do that, you must understand your financial journey as an entrepreneur and LEVEL UP YOUR MINDSET. Thinking from the place of a producer and not a consumer, and avoiding a fear-stricken Scarcity Mindset. Key Moments: 00:00 Introduction 04:46 Why you should have credit cards 06:28 Getting rid of debt 09:00 Create a spending plan, not just expense plan 11:52 Scarcity mindset does not allow you to be charitable 16:15 To grow financially, you should be able to create value for someone else 21:57 Consumers love money, but producers use money! Bonus resources: DOWNLOAD our Dual Asset Strategy ebook and learn how YOU can leverage cash value life insurance and become your own source of financing: https://100yearrei.com/ebook-download/ SCHEDULE A Call: https://100yearrei.com/callnow/ ^To talk to our Team about adding a Permanent Life Insurance Policy to your personal financial plan (and even the plan for your business or children) About The 100 Year Real Estate Investor The Whole Life Insurance Policies offered by the 100 Year Real Estate Investor are specially-designed. This means they work harder toward achieving your financial objectives, no matter what they may be. Check out this blog for 7 facts about our specially-designed strategies that may not be true about typical whole life policies: https://100yearrei.com/7-facts-about-specially-designed-whole-life-policies/ About Jake & Gino Jake & Gino are multifamily investors, operators, and mentors who have created a vertically integrated real estate company that controls over $4,000,000,000 in assets under management. They have created the Jake & Gino community to teach others their three-step framework: Buy Right, Finance Right and Manage Right®, and to become multifamily entrepreneurs. Subscribe to this channel: https://ytube.io/3McA Sign up for free training: https://jakeandgino.mykajabi.com/freetraining The resources you need to succeed at every level of apartment investing: https://jakeandgino.com/resources/ Apply for Mentorship: https://jakeandgino.com/apply/ #realestate #multifamilyrealestate #multifamilyinvesting #investing #apartmentinvesting Jake & Gino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jakeandgino/ Jake & Gino Twitter: https://twitter.com/JakeandGino Jake & Gino Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/jake-and-gino-llc/ Jake & Gino Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jakeandgino/ More ways to engage with the Jake & Gino Investor Community: MM5: https://jakeandgino.com/mm5/ Rand Cares: https://jakeandgino.com/randcares/ The 100 Year Real Estate Investor: https://www.dualassetstrategy.com
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Today's Talmud pages, Ketubot 46 and 47, teach us a concrete and unorthodox lesson on...saving money. Why should we sometimes throw the cautious and sensible advice about pinching pennies to the wind? And what did the rabbis understand about personal finance that Suze Orman, say, may not? Listen and find out. Like the show? Send us a note at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter at @takeonedafyomi and join the conversation in the Take One Facebook group. Take One is a Tablet Studios production. The show is hosted by Liel Leibovitz, and is produced and edited by Darone Ruskay and Quinn Waller. Our team also includes Stephanie Butnick, Josh Kross, Mark Oppenheimer, Sara Fredman Aeder, Robert Scaramuccia, and Tanya Singer. Check out all of Tablet's podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What's the deal with financial experts? Are they wrong, or are they just lying to you? Whichever the case may be, you always end up being the victim. Take Dave Ramsey and Suze Orman as examples. They are unquestionably two of the most popular of these financial gurus right now. But do their advice make any sense? Do they even practice what they preach? In this episode, Cash Flow Expert and Anti Financial Advisor Chris Miles talks about what the real numbers are and how it can make a big difference in your life. Be prepared for a shocker!