I’m going to assume that a good portion of you subscribed to the Better Off podcast have used either Uber or Airbnb.
For the BONUS call this week we chatted with Brian from Seattle who plans on leaving his Roth IRA to his two kids.
A couple weeks ago, we devoted the entire interview portion of the podcast to the hotly debated Department of Labor fiduciary rule, which was set to begin implementation on April 10.
On this week’s BONUS call we talk about navigating the tricky world of student loans with Ashley.
You will often hear me say that before you worry about the financial future of your kids, you need to make sure you’re taking care of yourself first. But that doesn’t take you off the hook for discussing money with your kids.
Fiduciary is a weird legal word that has become a lightning rod from Wall Street to Washington DC.
I promised you that on the “Better Off” podcast, we would tackle uncomfortable, and even controversial, money and investing issues.
With the presidential inauguration upon us, we thought it made sense to talk to someone about the recent race, more specifically the numbers behind it, and how so many people got it wrong.
So here you are, listening to, or about to listen to the second episode of the “Better Off” podcast. Like you, I love podcasts. I subscribe to many, probably too many. But that’s how I found our guest this week, the one and only James Altucher.
How does it feel to have nine consecutive books make the New York Times bestsellers list? Or to be on the Oprah Winfrey Show six times? Well, I have no idea, but our “Better Off” guest, David Bach, does!