We’ve all contemplated that pivot in life, changing directions in our careers. Joe sold his business at 40. OG has moved firms. Doug has worked at many firms (but none in a basement until now!) before securing his current–and favorite–role. So what should you consider before taking the leap? We’re joined by Jill Schlesinger, host of the popular Jill on Money podcast and CBS News personality. She’s helped many people successfully change directions in their life and shares some sage advice with us on today’s show.
Lisa Marie Presley has passed away, and in our headlines segment, we detail some of the reported financial struggles of The King’s daughter. Are there lessons for us? We think so.
We also share a TikTok minute you won’t soon forget, throw out the Haven Life line to a lucky listener AND Doug shares his amazing trivia question. Just another great day in mom’s basement!
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- Lisa Marie Presley was spending $92k a MONTH before her death and owed the IRS $1million after squandering the $100million fortune she inherited from Elvis (Daily Mail)
Big thanks to Jill Schlesinger for joining us today. To hear more from Jill, listen to her podcast Jill On Money. Grab a copy of her book The Great Money Reset: Change Your Work, Change Your Wealth, Change Your Life.
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- What does SOS stand for?
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- Scott, his spouse and their children have whole life insurance policies up to age 65 through Knights Of Columbus. He’d like to know if they should continue that or find a more affordable option.
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Written by: Tina Ichenberg
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