How do you make the topic of money actually fun? That’s the question the Singleton Foundation asked, and CEO Shelley Miles and Executive Producer Lisa Freberg join us today to explain how they pulled it off. They not only found talented creators to make a series that resembles Netflix for money nerds, but they also thought deeply about exactly how to tell each series of stories. Today we’ll talk about how they’ve made money discussions compelling, with the help of NFL star Richard Sherman, actress and comedian GloZell, and more.
Big news happened recently in mutual fund land. Vanguard is throwing in the towel on one of its products. Plus, as they attempt to tread water, colleges have turned to mass layoffs. What does that mean for the college experience? We’ll share our thoughts.
And in today’s Haven Life Line call, Seth has some business debt to pay off. He’d expected to make enough money on the side to pay it off but that hasn’t happened. So instead, he plans to use his W2 income to wipe it out. Should he approach it like regular debt and pay off the highest interest loans first?
…and of course, we’ll save time for some of Doug’s “working like a dog” trivia. Enjoy!
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Vanguard submits to value curse, plans to fold active fund into an index (Investment News)
As the Virus Deepens Financial Trouble, Colleges Turn to Layoffs (NY Times)
The Singleton Foundation: Million Stories
A big thanks to Shelley and Lisa for bringing some fun into money discussions! You can watch the promo video and for the Youtube channel for Million Stories below:
You can find links to the Singleton Foundation and the Million Stories website below:
- What dog breed was this year’s Best In Show at the The Westminster Dog Show?
Haven Life Line
- Seth wants to know if he should pay off his business debt with his W2 money. Should he approach it just like he would personal debt, and pay off the highest interest credit cards first?
Want the guys to answer your question? You can call into the Haven Life Line and get your question answered on-air HERE.
Join Us Friday!
Spending a lot more time at home than you ever thought you would? Surprisingly, spending more and more time at home can be stressful on its own. On Friday our roundtable will dive into 30 simple living tips for healthy living. PLUS – we’re talking to the founder of You Need a Budget (YNAB), Jesse Mecham.
Written by: Richie Rutter-Reese
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