Some sad statistics emerged last week…Americans are dying with bundles of debt. What does that mean for relatives? How do we talk to aging parents about money? Our roundtable team of Hilary Hendershott from the Profit Boss podcast, Eric Rosenberg from the Personal Profitability podcast, and anonymous blogger Mr. Groovy from the Freedom Is Groovy blog join us to discuss. They also tackle investing and comfort….if you’re comfortable with your investments is that a sign of trouble ahead? Finally, we’ll share some crazy stories about making money using your home and bad jobs we’ve all held.
On the Freshbooks FinTech segment we switch gears to HR, and talk to Suzanne Lucas, AKA the Evil HR Lady.
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<5:00>Today’s Roundtable Contributors/Our Topics
Check out Hilary’s podcast: Profit Boss podcast
Say hello to Hilary on Twitter: @HilaryTheCFP
Check out Eric’s podcast: Personal Profitability podcast
Drop a line on twitter: @PersonalProfits
Visit Mr. Groovy’s site: FreedomIsGroovy.com
Say hello to Mr. Groovy on Twitter: @FreedomIsGroovy
- Americans Are Dying With an Average of $62k in Debt (Fox Business)
- If you’re comfortable with your investments you may be in trouble (MarketWatch)
- How You Can Use Your Home To Make Extra Money (The Balance)
<24:48> Our Freshbooks HR Segment: The Evil HR Lady on Teaching Adulting
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Today’s Freshbooks Focus: The Evil HR Lady – Suzanne Lucas
Check out Suzanne’s site: The Evil HR Lady.
Say hello to Suzanne on Twitter: @RealEvilHRLady
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