Big houses, fast cars, and flashy boats… are we all destined to hit the “what do I really want with life anyway” crisis? While everyone’s therapy comes in different forms, does it have to mean burning obscene amounts of cash budgeted for things like, “life savings” just to reclaim your life? On today’s show we’ll share what YOU can do when you’re second guessing your goals and your life’s direction…so that you can keep the sportscar money in your pocket. Helping us out on the roundtable today is Kathe Kline, from the Rock Your Retirement podcast, Paula Pant from Afford Anything, and OG. Plus, we’re helped today by our special celebrity reader: Tom Schwab, founder and CEO of Interview Valet. We’re happy to have him reading our focus piece today!
Curious about what your friends and other influential people you follow are investing in? After our discussion on making sure your mid-life crisis doesn’t turn into a disaster, we’ll ring up Katie Perry, VP of social investing platform Public.
We’ll round out the show with a question from Martin, who’s interested in house hacking. Martin is 17 doesn’t have much cash to throw around. He asks: what can he do to have his cash work for him? So far he’s been reading up on stocks in the Motley Fool, but what else could he be doing?
And of course with it being Friday… we’ll make some time for Doug’s game show.
- A big thanks to Tom Schwab for reading today’s piece! Like Joe said in his introduction for Tom, he ALWAYS seems to send us the perfect fit whenever he suggests a guest. You can learn more Tom and his company at: InterviewValet.com
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Thanks to Katie Perry, VP of Public, for introducing us to their investing platform! Curious about what your friends are investing in? You can learn more about the social stock market at Public.com.
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- Martin is 17 and is interested in house hacking. He doesn’t have much cash due to this. What can he do to start making his money work for him?