55 Sarah - “Let’s talk about these lofty goals.”
Check out this week’s episode where Certified Financial Planner Barbara Ginty interviews 28-year-old Advertising extraordinaire Sarah who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Sarah has a lot of what she likes to call, “lofty goals.” These goals include going to grad school to get her MBA, saving for a down payment for a house, and finding new ways to earn supplemental income. Follow us to stay up to date and let us know what topics you'd like Barbara to cover more in-depth this sea
54 - EXPERT Erin Lowry - "Investing often feels like a foreign language"
When is the "right" time to invest? Should you wait until you've paid off your student loans? What is the difference between a debt avalanche and a debt snowball? In this week's expert episode of #FUTURERICH, I interviewed Erin Lowry, author of the insightful, Broke Millennial ® series. Together, we took a serious deep dive into all things investing! Keep up with Erin here: Instagram: @BrokeMillennialBlog Twitter: @BrokeMillennial You can purchase Erin's newest book here:
53 Nancy - “You don’t want to retire and be broke.”
Tune into this week’s episode where for the first time ever, we focus on near-term retirement! I interviewed Nancy who is a 52-year-old mother of four living in Boise, Idaho working part-time as a substitute teacher. We discussed how important finding a budgeting mentor is, what happens to health insurance when you retire, and how it’s MUCH harder to play catch up on your finances later in life.
52 Chloe - “It’s not the TINIEST tiny home”
In this week’s episode of #FUTURERICH I interviewed Chloe, who currently works as a Project Manager for a tech startup in Austin, Texas. Learn how Chloe navigated seven and a half months of unemployment, how she’s paying off her credit card debt with a 20% pay-cut, AND if tiny homes are TRULY cheaper than renting… this is not an episode you want to miss!