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Money with Friends

Joe Saul-Sehy, Bobbi Rebell

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Money with Friends
Money with Friends

Money with Friends

Joe Saul-Sehy, Bobbi Rebell

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Hosts Joe Saul-Sehy from the Stacking Benjamins podcast and CFP® Bobbi Rebell from the Financial Grownup podcast break down the money headlines everyone is buzzing about- with a big twist. The show is recorded live in front of a Facebook Live audience, and they let the audience in on the action with their own comments and tips. Money lessons delivered with laughs.

Latest Episodes

Why the Google founders' exit strategy is actually a new beginning

The decision by Sergey Brin and Larry Page to leave their official management roles at Alphabet got people talking- but not necessarily about the impact on the company they founded. Joe and Bobbi share why their departure didn't upset the markets, and what the founders did to position themselves for life after Google.

18 MIN2 d ago
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Why the Google founders' exit strategy is actually a new beginning

How Do The 1% Borrow Money?

Surprisingly, the richest among us borrow lots of money. However, the WAY they borrow is far different than the borrowing habits of the not-so-elite. How do they use leverage differently and can that help us get ahead? The answer? ...maybe. We'll tackle that on today's show with Joe Saul-Sehy and thought-leader Josh Dorkin (BiggerPockets founder) on today's podcast!

23 MIN3 d ago
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How Do The 1% Borrow Money?

What If One Little Bet Could Net You Millions? Would You Do It?

A recent Marketwatch piece talks about one man's bet on cryptocurrency, and how he's now independently wealthy. The journey to wealth...can you copy it? Should you copy it? Joe and thought-leader Josh Dorkin (BiggerPockets founder) will tackle that on today's podcast!

23 MIN4 d ago
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What If One Little Bet Could Net You Millions? Would You Do It?

Two Investing Tips From a Top Financial Advisor

Don't thank us! Thank Morningstar's director of personal finance, Christine Benz, who recently overhauled the investment portfolios of everyday Americans, from millennials to retirees, by coming up with TWO strategies for everyone. Bobbi and guest co-host Newsweek Executive Editor Diane Harris discuss her ideas, and share investing suggestions from our money friends.

21 MIN5 d ago
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Two Investing Tips From a Top Financial Advisor

How to Make a Charitable Impact Even if Money is Tight

This time of year our thoughts often naturally turn to helping the less fortunate. But how do you give when cash is tight? Giving isn't just about the cash. Bobbi and guest co-host Diane Harris, Executive Editor at Newsweek discuss a recent Marketwatch piece on specific and effective ways make an impact instead of, or in addition to, financial support. Plus suggestions and tips from the money friends on ways to give this holiday season and beyond.

18 MIN6 d ago
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How to Make a Charitable Impact Even if Money is Tight

Analysts Are Rolling Out 2020 Predictions - Should You Follow Along?

The first analysts from big Wall Street firms are rolling out their predictions, as they do every year at this time. Should you read them? Bobbi and Joe tackle that question today, with answers that may surprise you. As always, the truth might not be where you'd expect to find it.

19 MIN1 w ago
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Analysts Are Rolling Out 2020 Predictions - Should You Follow Along?

How Long Does It Take To Recoup a Home Purchase?

We think about cost vs. benefit with lots of things: investing in an education, a car, and even maybe a move across country. One of the biggest costs in your life is a home, and as you may know, there are TONS of costs. Between closing costs, appraiser fees, and more, how long does it take you to recoup your investment? We'll discuss that with thought leader Lynnette Khalfani-Cox on today's show!

21 MIN1 w ago
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How Long Does It Take To Recoup a Home Purchase?

How to Take Advantage of Fear and Greed Around the Upcoming Election

Historically, election years have produced weak stock market returns as everyone worries over who's going to win or lose the upcoming political tug-of-war. But is there a way to take advantage of this fear and greed? One piece says that you maybe can...but not in the way you'd imagine. We'll tackle this with The Money Coach, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, on today's podcast!

21 MIN1 w ago
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How to Take Advantage of Fear and Greed Around the Upcoming Election

Saying thank you for our financial blessings and advice on Thanksgiving with our money friends

Joe and Bobbi host a special crowd-sourced episode of the Money with Friends podcast for Thanksgiving, complete with gratitude for many things in our financial lives, as well as the best financial advice the community has received this yearl

27 MIN1 w ago
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Saying thank you for our financial blessings and advice on Thanksgiving with our money friends

Are The Cool Kids Hangin' At The Mall This Holiday Season?

The mall is taking on new meaning. According to data from NPD Group cited by CNBC there is good news for brick and mortar stores who represent a place to go out and be with friends for a new generation of consumers, despite growing up with online shopping. Bobbi and the Debt Free Guys, John Schneider and David Auten get into what's driving this trend. For more on the show and the full article discussed go to our website at www.moneywithfriendspodcast.com

16 MIN1 w ago
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Are The Cool Kids Hangin' At The Mall This Holiday Season?

Latest Episodes

Why the Google founders' exit strategy is actually a new beginning

The decision by Sergey Brin and Larry Page to leave their official management roles at Alphabet got people talking- but not necessarily about the impact on the company they founded. Joe and Bobbi share why their departure didn't upset the markets, and what the founders did to position themselves for life after Google.

18 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Why the Google founders' exit strategy is actually a new beginning

How Do The 1% Borrow Money?

Surprisingly, the richest among us borrow lots of money. However, the WAY they borrow is far different than the borrowing habits of the not-so-elite. How do they use leverage differently and can that help us get ahead? The answer? ...maybe. We'll tackle that on today's show with Joe Saul-Sehy and thought-leader Josh Dorkin (BiggerPockets founder) on today's podcast!

23 MIN3 d ago
Comments
How Do The 1% Borrow Money?

What If One Little Bet Could Net You Millions? Would You Do It?

A recent Marketwatch piece talks about one man's bet on cryptocurrency, and how he's now independently wealthy. The journey to wealth...can you copy it? Should you copy it? Joe and thought-leader Josh Dorkin (BiggerPockets founder) will tackle that on today's podcast!

23 MIN4 d ago
Comments
What If One Little Bet Could Net You Millions? Would You Do It?

Two Investing Tips From a Top Financial Advisor

Don't thank us! Thank Morningstar's director of personal finance, Christine Benz, who recently overhauled the investment portfolios of everyday Americans, from millennials to retirees, by coming up with TWO strategies for everyone. Bobbi and guest co-host Newsweek Executive Editor Diane Harris discuss her ideas, and share investing suggestions from our money friends.

21 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Two Investing Tips From a Top Financial Advisor

How to Make a Charitable Impact Even if Money is Tight

This time of year our thoughts often naturally turn to helping the less fortunate. But how do you give when cash is tight? Giving isn't just about the cash. Bobbi and guest co-host Diane Harris, Executive Editor at Newsweek discuss a recent Marketwatch piece on specific and effective ways make an impact instead of, or in addition to, financial support. Plus suggestions and tips from the money friends on ways to give this holiday season and beyond.

18 MIN6 d ago
Comments
How to Make a Charitable Impact Even if Money is Tight

Analysts Are Rolling Out 2020 Predictions - Should You Follow Along?

The first analysts from big Wall Street firms are rolling out their predictions, as they do every year at this time. Should you read them? Bobbi and Joe tackle that question today, with answers that may surprise you. As always, the truth might not be where you'd expect to find it.

19 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Analysts Are Rolling Out 2020 Predictions - Should You Follow Along?

How Long Does It Take To Recoup a Home Purchase?

We think about cost vs. benefit with lots of things: investing in an education, a car, and even maybe a move across country. One of the biggest costs in your life is a home, and as you may know, there are TONS of costs. Between closing costs, appraiser fees, and more, how long does it take you to recoup your investment? We'll discuss that with thought leader Lynnette Khalfani-Cox on today's show!

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How Long Does It Take To Recoup a Home Purchase?

How to Take Advantage of Fear and Greed Around the Upcoming Election

Historically, election years have produced weak stock market returns as everyone worries over who's going to win or lose the upcoming political tug-of-war. But is there a way to take advantage of this fear and greed? One piece says that you maybe can...but not in the way you'd imagine. We'll tackle this with The Money Coach, Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, on today's podcast!

21 MIN1 w ago
Comments
How to Take Advantage of Fear and Greed Around the Upcoming Election

Saying thank you for our financial blessings and advice on Thanksgiving with our money friends

Joe and Bobbi host a special crowd-sourced episode of the Money with Friends podcast for Thanksgiving, complete with gratitude for many things in our financial lives, as well as the best financial advice the community has received this yearl

27 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Saying thank you for our financial blessings and advice on Thanksgiving with our money friends

Are The Cool Kids Hangin' At The Mall This Holiday Season?

The mall is taking on new meaning. According to data from NPD Group cited by CNBC there is good news for brick and mortar stores who represent a place to go out and be with friends for a new generation of consumers, despite growing up with online shopping. Bobbi and the Debt Free Guys, John Schneider and David Auten get into what's driving this trend. For more on the show and the full article discussed go to our website at www.moneywithfriendspodcast.com

16 MIN1 w ago
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Are The Cool Kids Hangin' At The Mall This Holiday Season?
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