Top financial podcast host and USA Today contributor Pete the Planner joins us to talk about questions. What are some smart questions people feel dumb asking? Also, we’ll tackle public speaking and not being creepy parents around your kid’s significant others.
It’s a fun, wild ride, that’s only interrupted shortly for a great conversation between Brad and Ken from the DRAFT App, who answer listener Stacy’s question about data aggregation. With banks making it harder and harder to aggregate data, how are apps and tools like DRAFT and Mint responding?
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- 9 Questions about Interest Rates You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask (Vox)
- Never Give a Boring Presentation Again (Forbes)
- Should I Spy on My Son’s Mysterious New Girlfriend? (Marketwatch)
<>Today’s Roundtable Contributors
Pete the Planner (Peter Dunn)
Follow Pete on Twitter: @PetethePlanner
Listen to Pete’s show: The Million Dollar Plan
Follow Paula on Twitter: @AffordAnything
Follow Len on Twitter: @LenPenzo
<> The DRAFT App Team: Data Aggregation vs. Security
Brad and Ken from DRAFT answer Stacy’s question about data aggregation. Accounts are getting shut out from data aggregation. Is this service going away?
Check out the DRAFT app (and sign up for the soon-to-come beta waitlist): DRAFTApp
Follow Brad, Jason, Ken and the DRAFT team on Twitter: @DRAFTApp
<> Join Us Monday
On Monday we speak with Laurence Kotlikoff about Social Security. With all the of recent changes, what do you need to know?