Here’s a gift that keeps on giving: stocks and index funds. But what do you do when the stock costs $100 and you only want to give $20? Peggy Mangot is the CEO and co-founder of SparkGift, and she explains how they tried to solve that problem on today’s show!
Joe & OG share two terrifying headlines: Vanguard may end up having to drastically raise fees AND the IRS is cracking down on travelers who have government debt. We’ll share details.
We also share our finalists in the big “tenuous brush with fame” contest. They’re hilarious.
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- IRS Power To Revoke Passports Signed Into Law (Forbes)
- Vanguard Whistleblower Could Get Billions in Tax Dodge Complaint (Newsweek)
<>Peggy Mangot: SparkGift
- What did the average holiday shopper spend on gifts in 2014?
<>Our Big “MosT Tenuous Brush With Fame” Finalists
- Head to StackingBenjamins.com/Brush to vote
<>The Big So What
<>Join us Wednesday
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