090 – Jeremy Walter – Fident Financial

In Ep. 90, Tim talks with Jeremy Walter.  Jeremy is a CFP, founder of Fident Financial, and runs the blog Calibrating Capital.  They discuss Jeremy’s core beliefs about financial planning and how he helps clients identify their values in life and what’s most important to them.  They also talk about how Jeremy helps clients balance living your life today versus saving for the future and much more!

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089 – Karen Cordaway – The Everyday Bucket List Book

In Ep. 89, Tim interviews Karen Cordaway.  Karen is the author of the recently released book ‘The Everyday Bucket List Book: 10 Steps to Bringing More Exciting Experiences to Everyday Life’.  They discuss how the book gives a refreshing take on budgeting by changing the perspective of the individual to see their budget as a way to accomplish all of the fun activities on their bucket list – both long term and short term.  They discuss the need for planning, the importance of reflecting on accomplishments and more!  Enjoy.

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088 – Cary Siegel – Why Didn’t They Teach Me This In School?

In Ep. 88, Tim talks with Cary Siegel.  Cary is the author of the book ‘Why Didn’t They Teach Me This In School? 99 Money Management Tips to Live By’.  They discuss what made Cary write the book, his beliefs on educating kids on proper money management from a young age, and some of Cary’s favorite, somewhat unconventional tips in the book.  This book is designed to help readers take action and slowly, but surely, get their financial life on track.

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087 – Will Forero, Esq. – The Law Offices of Edmond J. Pryor

In Ep. 87, Tim interviews his good friend Will Forero.  Will is an attorney at the Law Offices of Edmond J. Pryor in the Bronx.  They talk about being a personal injury attorney, marketing yourself and building a brand as an attorney, debunking some of the negative stereotypes surrounding personal injury cases, and more.  They also touch on a very important case for the firm that has to deal with the new Child Victims Act.  Enjoy!

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