Today we get the inside account from Neil Barofsky, the former Inspector General of TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) and author of Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street.
For years and years you’ve been the sole breadwinner. Now your spouse is back in the workforce and there’s a surplus of money flowing in. What should you do with it? That’s the good problem facing John from North Carolina.
When we think back to ten years ago and the events of the financial crisis, such as the fall of Lehman Brothers and the bailout of AIG, it’s easy to only recall what happened in the U.S.
We can do all the planning we want in life, but sometimes things just happen, including the sudden loss of a loved one. That’s the case with Steve from Cleveland who is trying to navigate things after the loss of his father.
Where has the time gone? It was ten years ago this week that the U.S. financial system was brought to its knees.
47 years old and looking to retire in the next four years or so…can he do it? That’s the question from Michael in New York on the latest BONUS call. I know one thing…he better be sitting on a pile of money!
Today we’re lucky enough to be joined by Jennifer Fitzgerald, the founder and CEO of Policygenius.
So you just got a raise and are trying to decide if you should put that extra money into the retirement pot or put it toward the mortgage? I love this question. Paying down the debt seems like a no-brainer, right? Take a listen my friends as we walk through it with Nick from the Bay Area.