It’s never too late to change. If you’re unhappy with where you’ve been and where you seem to be headed, it’s time to hit the reset button. Today, to help you lift off, we welcome former editor-in-chief of USA Today and the WSJ Weekend Journal (among others), AND the author of the new hit book Next! The Power of Reinvention in Life and Work, Joanne Lipman.
Plus, we’ll dive into today’s headline about Cher and her lavish spending on her new boy toy…it’s gotten so bad that her friends are raising the alarm! Do they have a reason to be concerned, or should they mind their own business and let her spend $360 million as she sees fit? Beyond just Cher, we’ll explore how involved should we be in our elder loved ones’ finances and financial protection. And later, we’ll throw out the Haven LifeLine to our friend “Conner” and help him and his wife understand more about what an ESOP is and how it can benefit employees of the companies that offer them.
Deeper dives with curated links, topics, and discussions are in our newsletter, The 201, available at StackingBenjamins.com/201.
- Cher’s $360 Million Fortune Dwindling As 76-Year-Old Splurges On Boytoy AE, Friends Claim (MSN LifeStyle)
Big thanks to Joanne Lipman for joining us today. To learn more about Joanne, visit www.joannelipman.com/. Grab yourself a copy of the book Next: The Power of Reintervention in Life and Work.
- Which company had a used car model that saw its price drop the most during the last four months of 2022?
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- Conner wants to know more about what an ESOP is and how it can help him and his wife with their retirement planning.
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Written by: Kevin Bailey
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