How can you really follow a financial plan when absolutely nobody knows what’s going to happen to the economy or in their life in a couple of years? What happens to your financial plan if you lose your job or have a medical emergency that wipes out your savings? Helping us understand how to manage money and finances during the fog of life is a writer you know from the F*ck Off Fund, AND who you’ve read in the New York Times, Elle, Slate (and more)… Paulette Perhach. She’ll be joined by Paula Pant from Afford Anything, and OG from “this here” podcast.
Halfway through today’s show our panel will be taking a little break while Joe talks to the founders of Digs. Saving up enough cash to buy your first home can be a long, difficult process. But… what if you had a 401k that you could save into for the big purchase? The guys from Digs are breaking down just how they’re setting out to help people like you and me on today’s FinTech segment.
Finally, we’ll maybe do our best job of answering a letter this year, when we help Aaron, who needs to know on how to get couples on the same note. Of course, we’ll still save some room for Doug’s amazing trivia.
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<4:50> Today’s Topic
- The “Fog of Work” – The Military Guide
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Check out more from Paulette: PaulettePerhach.com
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Say hi to Paula: @AffordAnything
Do you need some more financial help from OG outside of the show? Follow our link, StackingBenjamins.com/OG to get some one-on-one help from the man himself.
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<31:10> Doug’s Trivia
- Larry Bird was the highest paid rookie ever when he entered the NBA, inking a five-year, $3.25 million dollar contract with the Boston Celtics. What year was Bird the sixth overall pick in the NBA draft?
- Aaron and his wife want to be financially independent and retiring in their mid 50’s. They have a budget made, but Aaron’s wife doesn’t stick to it when he goes out of town for work. How can Aaron and wife get on the same page?
Need help with your financial plan? Use this link to schedule a meeting with OG: StackingBenjamins.com/OG
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