As a diplomat, journalist, marketing expert, advocate, and activist, Claudia Romo Edelman has consistently worked to make the world a better place by advancing humanitarian affairs such as migration, Hispanics, gender, education and early childhood development as well as advocating for Sustainable Development Goals and other large global issues.
Colt Cabana's success as an independent professional wrestler is no mistake -- he's got grit, passion, and hustle. He had to budget early in his career and today is an entrepreneur with multiple sources of income.
Many business owners are reluctant to offer a 401(k) retirement plan due to concerns over ongoing administration, costs, and compliance. Another layer of complexity is that the value of a 401(k) plan can vary widely depending upon how well it is run and if it's being used. Among clients that we work with, here are 5 reasons business owners cited that helped inform their decision to offer a 401(k).
Should you write a book? Today, we chat with Chandler Bolt, founder of the Self-Publishing School, about the benefits of publishing a book, passive income, and more.
There are over 500,000 podcasts according to Apple Podcasts which means that if you can think of a topic, there's a good chance that there's a podcast about it. You can get super "meta," for example, there are niche podcasts that talk about niches. Or if old songs strike your fancy, you might check out Centennial Songs / The Antique Phonograph Music Program.
When it comes to personal finance and money, there are a variety of shows that address different topics. Rather than publish the usual "best of" list that you can already find elsewhere on the internet, we asked personal finance podcast hosts what episodes are their most popular and favorites. Read on, give a listen, and if any resonate with you, please leave a comment below to share your thoughts.
Kristin shares how she went from a scarcity money mindset to one of abundance. We also discuss her book Get Money: Live the Life You Want, Not Just the Life You Can Afford.
Michael Batnick wrote an article on The Irrelevant Investor blog entitled, "Should I Time the Market?" In it, he responded thoughtfully to a 30-something investor who posed a question about timing the market. Given where valuations are, and that he has many decades ahead of him, would it make sense to wait for a better pitch over the next five years? This is an excellent question that I think deserves further discussion.
Bola Sokunbi, who saved her first $100,000 in a little over 3 years right after college shares tools and tactics to help you take control of your finances.
Howard Gogel, President and CEO of My Limo and Gogel Auto, shares how he's built his business and warns of things you should know when using ride share apps like Uber and Lyft.
Kiva's Jessica Hansen explains how to use microfinance to lend a little and help a lot. Learn how to do more with your money and make a sustainable impact.
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