Jessica Moorhouse joins Paula Pant and Joe in the basement to discuss the money moves you should make before you invest.
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This was a great episode and the Debitize app sounds highly interesting. As someone who educates on investing, I discovered that helping people save and showing them how is just as important to so they can have the capital to begin investing in the first place.
I’m currently running a savings challenge all summer call #Summer16Challenge and it’s been great so far. We’re in Week 3 right now, but we have over 100 sign ups and have managed to save over $1,700 collectively in the first two weeks.
I would love for you all to join and help encourage others as well. Thanks!
the korrect way to analyze whether DEBITIZE is a legit tool is- if you need to use it you shouldnt be playing the points game!
I’m lost on this comment. Why wouldn’t you use technology to help make it easier to get ahead?
i love paula pants but seriously she has RE material to sell……………….A market top has been reached. Kathy Fettke n me say so…………..hahahahaha.
I can’t figure out what material she’s “selling” that you disagree with. Do you know what she actually does or do you just like posting comments?
the problem with debt is the DEBT, usually not the interest rate. Think usa debt…………..lol. Low rates dont push you to solve the problem, it just kicks the can down the crooked road.