33 Followup w/ Sonja (Ep 14) "I'm taking extreme baby steps"
In this followup to episode 14, I interviewed Sonja, a 43 year old floral designer in NYC. Sonja shares how she's been since her first interview and shares her exciting news. She's debt free and working on a retirement fund! Since meeting with a CFP (shout out to Dan) she's a self-proclaimed evangelist, preaching the personal finance gospel to the youths and inspiring them to take control of their financial freedom ;)
32 Frances - "Before I'm 40, I can be free"
This week, I interviewed Frances, a 35 year old Educational Leader who lives in DC. Frances recently went through a very unique divorce, leaving her with a sticky financial situation. I was pleased to learn that she is aggressively taking care of her credit card debt. Together, we devised a plan for the money she brings in from her side hustle. This episode is a must listen for anyone who was left in the lurch by a breakup!
31 Rose - "Too many roommates"
This week I interviewed Rose, a 31 year old living in NYC and making 80k in take home pay as a nanny. Rose and her wife live in an apartment with three other people are are planning on getting their own place as soon as her wife finishes school. Rose has some student debt that she's trying to tackle, so we dove deep into the (seriously confusing) world of income based repayment plans.
30 Expert Interview w/ Leslie Tayne, Esq.
If you have student debt that you want to tackle, the first step is listening to this episode! For this special episode, I interviewed NY Debt Attorney Leslie Tayne, Esq. Leslie has nearly 20 years’ experience in the practice area of consumer and business financial debt-related services. We talk about the secrets and sneaky tricks of loan companies along with strategies on how to take control of your debt. Leslie drops way too much knowledge to list in an episode description