In Ep. 034, Tom talks with Drew Anlas from NJ Lenders Corp. They discuss Drew’s beginnings in the mortgage business, as well as the number of different environments for getting a mortgage Drew has seen over his 34 year career. They talk about 2003-2006 and what led to the housing collapse in 2008, as well as what it’s like getting a mortgage today. If you’re confused by the mortgage process, this episode is for you!
Hey guys — Tim here!
I am very happy to announce that this past month, August, was the first month that Living With Money surpassed the 1,000 download mark in a month! We’ve had a great string of guests these last handful of weeks, and I’m very proud and grateful to see the downloads increasing steadily.
We plan on working even harder in the coming months to keep these monthly download numbers rising by bringing you even better content and better guests on a weekly basis.
In Ep. 033, Tom talks with Jessica Baguchinsky. Jess is a Senior Sales Consultant for Paychex, and they discuss her inspiring story to lead her to success today. From teaching kids in Hawaii, to completely changing careers, to getting displaced during Hurricane Sandy, Jess has overcome A LOT of obstacles to climb the latter of success. For anyone interested in sales, or anyone struggling to figure out what they truly want to do in life this episode is for you!
In Ep. 032, Tim talks with Brynne Conroy. Brynne runs the Femme Frugality blog, and is the author of the upcoming book ‘The Feminist Financial Handbook’. They talk about how women should feel “judgement-free” when saving and spending their hard earned money, as well as ways to work around the pay gap that exists between men and women. They also discuss how to plan weddings and travel on a budget, and much more. Enjoy!
On today’s episode of Living With Money, Tim talks with Christine Benz. Christine is the director of personal finance for Morningstar, and has written a handful of books over the span of her career. They talk about how Christine got started with Morningstar, some of the most common personal finance mistakes she sees people making, what it was like writing a personal finance book in 2009 after the financial crisis, the most important lessons she’s learned over the last 25 years, and her take on the growing trend of ETF’s in the market versus mutual funds.