Have you ever had a bad job? We’ll discuss bad jobs and lessons that you learn while working in a field that might not be ideal or meet your end goals. We’ll talk farming, golf caddie, working at McDonalds, and other bad jobs with our special guest Andy Hill (from the Marriage, Kids and Money podcast) along with our regular contributors Len Penzo from Len Penzo dot com and Paula Pant from Afford Anything!
And halfway through the show we’ll take a break and talk to Natalie Angelillo from OfferUp. It’s time to spring clean and OfferUp gives you a platform to buy or sell things from you comfort of your phone and with a photo-first look.
Plus we answer a three-oh call for help to the Blooom hotline. Rod is investing some of his money for a retirement condo. When he has enough funds for his second choice, should he buy it and rent it out until retirement? Or should he keep investing until he’s able to get Condo #1?
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- What Living On A Farm For A Year Taught Me About Financial Independence (And Life) (Jack The Dreamer)
Check out Andy’s site (and Podcast!): MarriageKidsAndMoney.com
Follow Andy on Twitter: @AndyHillMKM
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Check out Paula’s site: AffordAnything.com
Follow Paula on Twitter: @AffordAnything
Check out the site: OfferUp.com
Find them on Twitter: @offerup
- You may know that the first exchange traded fund, or ETF, was created to track the S&P 500 by State Street Global Advisors and trades under ticker symbol SPDR. Most people call it a “spider.” What year was it created?
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- Rod is investing some of his money for a retirement condo. When he has enough funds for his second choice, should he buy it and rent it out until retirement? Or should he keep investing until he’s able to get Condo #1?
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