How do you escape your parent’s basement? If you’re a millennial (or the parent of a millennial), because Brian Ford from SunTrust joins us to describe the steps needed for financial independence. He’ll describe a three step process that’ll help everyone move toward the exciting world of living without mom or dad’s help.
We tackle a Quotacy hotline call from Gena about resources to help you tackle the mental aspects of money and a letter from Jon about whether bonds are good investment. In the headline segment we discuss Brexit AND the myths you should beware of when planning your retirement.
All that AND we get to hear about Doug’s awesome 4th of July party.
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<14:40> Brian Ford
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- Gena – What resources can we recommend to help someone with the emotional side of money?
Jon – What do we think about bonds in a portfolio?
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As a follow up to last week’s shart tank top 5…..David Glickman from UltraMobile joins us to talk about Reg A crowdfunding. Now YOU can invest in start up companies. How? What questions should you ask? What are the pitfalls? David will share his thoughts Wednesday and more! Plus, we’ll find out the fallout from nobody coming to Doug’s big party today….
Does this survey cover the regions where people tend to live w/ their parents? Because there are some areas, especially in major cities, where the housing costs can’t be supported by entry-level income. In those areas “financial liberty” could be paying a low rent to their folks and contributing to the utility bill.