51 Follow-Up Ivy (Ep 15) - “Crazy medical bills for me AND my cat!”
In this week’s episode of #FUTURERICH I followed up with the lovely Ivy one year after her first Future Rich interview in episode 15. From switching jobs, moving locations, and overcoming healthcare woes, A LOT has changed in one year for Ivy!
50 Misha - “Investing in your art vs. investing in yourself”
In this week’s episode of #FUTURERICH, I interviewed an award-winning show creator named Misha! While living in New York, Misha has created diverse projects that span film, TV, theater, and the digital sphere. For the past few years, she’s invested her own hard earned cash into her creative endeavors without really focusing on investing in herself through retirement or emergency funds. Learn what I have to say about how she can start investing in her personal well-being witho
49 EXPERT Michelle Dordick, Esq. - “Marriage is entering into a business deal.”
Do you have questions about divorce? In this week’s EXPERT episode, I interviewed Michelle J. Dordick who is an Attorney in Family Law at Wasser Cooperman Mandles in Los Angeles, CA. Michelle tackles listener submitted questions on the nitty gritty topic of divorce and how incredibly important it is to have conversations about money BEFORE you decide to get married.
48 Ashley - "Negotiating a $25K Salary Increase!?"
In this week's exciting new #FUTURERICH episode, I interviewed 26-year-old financial rockstar Ashley! Ashley lives in New Jersey and works in New York for a non-profit organization where she recently negotiated a giant salary increase. Learn how Ashley advocates for herself in the workplace, how she saves smarter, not harder, and what she has planned for the future!!
47 Prudence - “I think you could live a little bit more in the present.”
I interviewed the lovely Prudence in this week’s episode of #futurerich. Prudence is a 37 year old attorney and single parent living in the DC area. I tried to help Prudence realize how on track she actually is with her impressive retirement savings plan and emergency fund. This may be the first episode where my advice is to spend more money on FUN things rather than save!