New data shows that people in the housing market might get some relief. Should you go out and get one today based on this news. We kick off the show with a story from Greg that sounds like we’re about to talk healthcare coverage and driving lessons….but quickly move into three pieces of media fresh off the press!
What’s important when you’re buying property? Where do people cut corners but shouldn’t? We tackle that on today’s roundtable show along with discussions about why Monday morning stinks and we share some lessons learned along the way while investing for over 30 years. It’s a wide-ranging blend of fun and information.
At the halfway point we talk to Candice Caruso, President of Pango Financial. They have a plan that allows people to take money from their retirement plan to fund a business. Sound like a bad idea? Candice explains the concept and why it might not be as bad an idea as you think….
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<4:35>Today’s Roundtable Contributors/Our Topics
Paula’s site and podcast: Afford Anything
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David Ortiz (Len Penzo)
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Check out Greg’s site at: Control Your Cash
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- Here’s some good news for house hunters (CNN Money)
- What I have learned in 30 years as an investor (Seeking Alpha)
- Why Mondays are the absolute worst (Yahoo!)
<23:59> Our FinTech Segment: Pango Financial
Coming to us for out FinTech segment is the president of Pango Financial, Candice Caruso.
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