What’s a money topic you’re embarrassed to talk about? Don’t want to share with people the insane amount of money you spend at the penny arcade just to miss the big prize by one ticket, or better yet, the amount of debt you got into only because someone told you it will increase your credit score? Our roundtable today talks about embarrassing money topics and how to make them less uncomfortable. It’s strange, our regulars didn’t show up as themselves today. It must be Doug with his April Fool’s pranks again. We’ve got Gwen Merz, Paul Ollinger, and Bob Wheeler standing in and they share some great advice. We’ll also leave time for Doug’s riveting trivia.
Our Topic: Embarrassing Money Topics
Top 10 Most Embarrassing Money Topics (US News)
During our conversation you’ll hear us mention:
- Spending well above your means
- Debt because of overspending
- Debt because of bad advice
- Loaning money to friends and family
- Credit cards
- A weak credit score
- The burden of student loans
- Managing a 401(k)
- Not knowing how to save
- Money and my significant other
A big thanks to our contributors! You can check out more links for our guests below.
Thanks to Gwen Merz for joining us today. Hear more from her at Fiery Millennials.
Thanks to Paul Ollinger for joining our roundtable today! Learn more about Paul at his website and listen to his podcast, Crazy Money Podcast.
Thanks to Bob Wheeler for joining us today! Listen to Bob’s show, Money You Should Ask.
Doug’s Game Show Trivia
- What’s the total amount of money insurance pays out annually for damage resulting from lightning strikes (using 2018 numbers)?
A big thanks to our contributors for joining us today!
Miss our last show? Check it out here: The Subtle Art Of Doing Nothing
Written by: Brooke Miller
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