There are so many savings strategies out there, but which are right for YOU? If you’re young, how does your savings plan differ from the plans of older people? And, when you hear advice about saving, which are meant for you? We’ll dive into that today with our panel featuring the host of the Everyone’s Talkin’ Money podcast, CFP Shannah Game. She’s joined by financial juggler and super-writer Paulette Perhach and award-winning blogger Len Penzo in a far-ranging discussion about age, saving, and optimizing your game plan.
But that’s not all! Of course, our panel will compete in our weekly Stacking Benjamins trivia contest. The race is tight…who will come out on top?
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During our conversation you’ll hear us mention:
- Where are young adults and older people playing the SAME game?
- Do younger people make a mistake if they think, “This older person advice doesn’t work for me?”
- Where are younger people playing a DIFFERENT game?
- How does someone with a LOT of time until their goal trick themselves into saving?
A big thanks to our contributors! You can check out more links for our guests below.
Another thanks to Shannah Game for joining our contributors this week! Hear more from Shannah on her show, Everyone’s Talkin’ Money.
Visit Len Penzo dot Com for the off-beat personal finance blog for responsible people.
Doug’s Game Show Trivia
- The first transcontinental auto journey began on May 23, 1903…how long did it take?
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Miss our last show? Check it out here: Tracking Trillions of Illicit Benjamins (with Raymond Baker).
Written by: Tina Ichenberg