In Ep. 62, Tim talks with John Lanza. John is the creator of The Money Mammals program and the author of the book The Art of Allowance. They discuss how the program gets children excited about learning money smarts at a very young age. The book outlines for parents how to address allowance with their children. They discuss the right age to begin talking to kids about money, the core building blocks of learning about money, proper ways to incentivize allowance, and much more!
In Ep. 61, Tim talks with Andrew Rose – CEO and President of Compare.com. Compare.com allows users to actively compare car insurance policies and find the very best deal. They talk about pros and cons of choosing a larger firm like Geico/Progressive, or a smaller firm, how firms determine their rates, why men typically pay more for car insurance, and more! Compare.com empowers you to potentially save loads of money in a matter of minutes.
Ep. 60 is a very special episode. It marks the one-year anniversary of when Tim’s younger brother, Casey Mullooly, was diagnosed with Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML). Casey has recently started his own website ‘All Things Are One’ to continue posting blogs about his realizations and tribulations with CML. This episode touches on past posts from Casey and looks back on the things he’s learned over the last year.
In Ep. 59, Tim talks with Blair duQuesnay. Blair is an investment advisor representative for Ritholtz Wealth Management. They discuss Blair’s controversial New York Times op-ed ‘Consider Firing Your Male Broker’, and her feelings on how to increase the number of female advisors in the profession. They also discuss Blair’s thoughts on the annuity business, insurance commissions, and some potential changes to the system to encourage more people to save money for retirement. Blair outlines what is priority #1 on the list of things to change in the financial services industry, and more!
In Ep. 58 of Living With Money Tim talks with Ryan Kirlin. Ryan is the head of capital markets for Alpha Architect. During the episode, Ryan explains what an exchange traded fund, or ETF, is, the pros and cons of investing in ETFs instead of mutual funds and individual stocks, some of the common myths about ETF investing, and how he’s seen the ETF industry grow and develop over the span of his career. We also discuss Ryan’s dislike for the term Smart Beta, and more!