What could make your 20’s easier? Or, if your older, what SHOULD you have known in your 20’s? On today’s roundtable episode, Paula Pant from Afford Anything, Len Penzo from LenPenzo.com, and Joe discuss all the things they should have known back then.
But that’s not all. We circle the wagons on tipping. Should you tip for takeout? When is it appropriate to leave a tip? We’ll address all of that today!
PLUS – in our Friday Fintech segment we talk to Ross Kimbarovsky from Respect. If you’re worried about elder relatives, Ross and his team are rolling out some innovation in the area of elder care. He’ll explain how it all works today.
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Check out Paula’s site: AffordAnything.com
- Check out Joe and Paula together on the Afford Anything podcast:
- Ask Paula – How to Repay $50k in Student Loans on a $31k Income
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Check out Len’s site: LenPenzo.com
Follow Len on Twitter: @LenPenzo
- Is this the worst tipper in America? (MarketWatch)
- Finance Tips I Wish I’d Known When I Was 20 (Wit & Delight)
<33:37> Friday FinTech Segment: Respect
From their website: “Your loved one deserves the best home care. You deserve peace of mind.”
While Respect is focused in Chicago and Milwaukee, our interview with founder Ross Kimbarovsky covers plenty of ground for anyone interested in home care.
Visit Respect: Respect.com
Find Respect on Twitter: @joinrespect
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