We’re all professional jugglers. We juggle a career or school, family duties, friendships, and somehow also manage money. How do we effectively manage money AND take care of everything else? Kimberly Palmer (author of the new book Smart Mom Rich Mom) joins us to talk about the pressure of parenting, managing the budget and earning a wage. When’s the right time to have children?
In our headline segment we discuss John Oliver’s latest stunt. On the Quotacy hotline, we tackle a question from Jamie about charitable giving. Doug shares trivia on working moms.
We have all of that AND still more on today’s podcast!
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- For His Latest Trick, John Oliver Forgives $15M in Medical Debt (New York Times)
- We’ll Give A Free Robo To Our Best Clients (Financial-Planning)
Buy Kimberly’s Book:
Kimberly’s Site: Kimberly-Palmer.com
Say “Hey-ya” to Kimberly on Twitter: @KimberlyPalmer
Kimberly’s past appearance on Stacking Benjamins:
- How many mothers work outside the home?
- Why spend hours with a cheesy salesman when in minutes you can find out how much insurance you need AND get quotes from 17 of the largest companies? Check out Quotacy.com for life and disability insurance.
- First, OG gives his opinion on Wednesday’s question from Ethan about reverse mortgages.
- Jamie – Wondering about how to use charitable deductions to his advantage?
Jo Blow – Our debt payoff coloring tool looks like a sex ed prop.
Megan – How much do we talk about Dave Ramsey?
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Abigail Perry (ipickuppennies.com) joins us to talk about financial workarounds. How do you make good money decisions when you’re clinically depressed? Over 10% all people suffer from some type of depression and she’ll be here to share about her experience and offer LOTS of workarounds for anyone who suffers from this or other disabilities.