Our all-star cast today wonders out loud whether you need to actually save as much as the popular press says you need to save. Plus, they also ask whether you should pay down your debt the mathematically correct way or maybe use a method that fits with your emotions….
On today’s show we have a talented and fun lineup of guests including writer Alaina Tweddale, USA Today columnist Pete The Planner, and award-winning financial app creator Eric Nissan (DIY.fund).
But of course, that’s not all. At the halfway mark of today’s show we’ll help you with your career with advice from TheMuse.com Kathryn Minshew. Worried about networking and meeting the right people? We’ll give you tips to help your career (and not damage it) on today’s show.
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<>Today’s Roundtable Contributors/Our Topics
Say hi-ya to Alaina: @AlainaTweddale
Check out Alaina’s site: AlainaTweddale.com
Peter The Planner
Don’t worry, he doesn’t bite: @PeteThePlanner
Take a peek at Pete’s site: PeteTheLlanner.com
Check out the site: DIY.FUND
Follow DIY.FUND on Twitter: @Diyfund
- 40 things you can do today to take control of your money (Clark)
- It’s Time to Flip Your Financial Focus (Kiplinger)
- Letters To My Future Self (Debts to Riches)
<24:40> Friday FinTech Segment: The Muse
Kathryn Minshew, CEO and Co-Founder
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The Side Gig Guru
I find that people are either unprepared and don’t have enough for retirement, or are prepared and over-estimate what they need.
In this age of side gigs into retirement, you don’t need as much as you think!