What if we were just a little more materialistic? Wouldn’t that be better? A blogger says that’s the case, and our roundtable gang will debate whether that’s really true. Also, the Reformed Broker says that we dig in when we’re told that we’re wrong…and this might be a problem with our financial freedom as well. What should we do about it? We’ll discuss that and more on today’s show!
On today’s Freshbooks FinTech segment we talk to CEO Justin Howell of Rize. What’s Rize all about? Helping you better manage your financial picture! Justin will explain how Rize makes money management easier (and more fun) on today’s podcast.
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- We Are Not Materialistic Enough (Raptitude)
- Why We Dig In (The Reformed Broker)
- A 17-year-old girl won the lottery, but says it ‘ruined her life’ (Yahoo)
<> Our Freshbooks FinTech Segment: Rize
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Today’s Freshbooks Focus Company: Rize
Today’s Freshbook’s Focus Company is Rize. Rize will help you with your saving goals, and best of all, it’s automatic.
Justin Howell, founder of Rize, explains more in detail during today’s Freshbooks Fintech Segment.
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