Andrew Wang

Andy Wang is a Managing Partner at Runnymede Capital Management and host of the Inspired Money Podcast. He has been named among the INVESTOPEDIA 100: Most Influential Advisors, Top 100 Most Social Financial Advisors by Brightscope, and has appeared on Reuters TV, The Huffington Post, Barron's, and Forbes. Runnymede is a fee-only registered investment adviser (RIA) to captive insurance, pension funds, 401(k) plans, non-profits, and individuals. Andy is married, has three children, and can be periodically found performing Hawaiian guitar in the New York tri-state area. <more info>

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Money, Happiness, and Your Best Self with Coach Mike Bayer

An Inspired Money chat with Coach Mike, founder of CAST Centers, the go-to clinic for artists, athletes, executives, celebrities, and anyone who wants to live more authentically, successfully, and joyfully.

Why the Stock Market's Rising in the Face of Bad Economic Data with Michael Ehrlich

Associate Professor Mike Ehrlich of NJIT's Martin Tuchman School of Management, talks financial bubbles, government stimulus, and market risks.

How to Be Wealthy Starting at Just $500 per Month with Derek Sivers

The incomparable Derek Sivers talks everything from being wealthy while making just $500 per month to giving away $22 million to charity.

From Side Hustle to Powerhouse Beauty Brand with Yris Palmer

Self-made entrepreneur, Instagram influencer, and beauty expert, Yris Palmer talks about turning a side hustle into a powerhouse beauty brand.

Finding Stocks with Solid Fundamentals

Andy Wang returned to The Watch List with Nicole Petallides to discuss financial markets and stocks.

Achieve More Through Persuasion, Influence, and Force Multipliers with Dave Frees

Trust, estate, and wealth preservation lawyer Dave Frees shares tactics for improved persuasion, influence, and communication.

Creating Value and Duplex Real Estate Investing with Darren Sager

Real estate investor, entrepreneur, and licensed real estate agent, Darren Sager talks mentors, entrepreneurship, and investing in duplexes in New Jersey.

SBA Memo Announces Changes to Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Processing

Late yesterday, the news reported that The Small Business Administration (SBA) sent a memo to lenders alerting them of two changes to SBA’s Payroll Protection Program (PPP) set to reopen at 10:30 AM ET today.

Where to Apply for $310 Billion Added to Payroll Protection Program

President Trump has signed a $484 billion coronavirus relief bill that includes an additional $310 billion for the Paycheck Protection Program, with $60 billion of that money reserved for small lenders. Previously, many small business owners who had applied were left disappointed as the $350 billion program was exhausted in just 13 days. If you do not have an application in now, the additional funds are expected to run out quickly, but it is advisable to take your place in line in case there is a Round 3 or 4.

What business owners need to know about PPP and EIDL. What's next?

Credit expert Gerri Detweiler explains the Payroll Protection Program, Economic Injury Disaster Loans, and how to be prepared when Congress approves additional stimulus.

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