In Ep. 78, Tim talks with author Kerry Hannon. Kerry has written a dozen books over the span of her career, but today they focus on her most recently released book “Never Too Old to Get Rich”. Kerry talks about how the largest growing demographic for entrepreneurs starting their own businesses is people in their 50’s and older. They discuss why older entrepreneurs are finding success, and some of the helpful tips Kerry has for successfully launching your own business later on in life.
In Ep. 77, Tim interviews Chris Smith. Chris is the author of the book I Am Net Worthy, and creator of the website by the same name! They discuss Chris’ views on helping younger individuals find financial independence. They talk about topics ranging from getting started in your career to buying a car, to buying a home, and investing for the long term. Chris spells it all out in words everyone can understand!
In Ep. 76, Tim interviews award-winning financial journalist and author Cameron Huddleston. They discuss Cameron’s new book “Mom & Dad, We Need to Talk – How to Have Essential Conversations with Your Parents About Their Finances”. Cameron offers some useful conversation starters, things NOT to say, and more. They also discuss why it’s important to have everything in place BEFORE things take a turn for the worst. Be sure to pick a copy of the book below!
In Ep. 75, Tim talks with Dina Isola from Ritholtz Wealth Management. Dina talks about how she got started in the advisory business, what it was like making the move to Ritholtz, and all about her work dealing with improving the 403(b) system for teachers. Dina explains why the current state of many 403(b) plans is harmful to teachers across the country, what the alternatives could be for teachers, and more. She also discusses the problems with Regulation Best Interest (Reg BI), and what that means for investors.
In Ep. 74, Tim talks with Nina O’Neal. Nina is a partner and investment advisor at Archer Investment Management, as well as the founder of the Female Advisor Network. They talk about Nina’s work as an advisor, as well as the launch of the Female Advisor Network earlier this year. Nina talks about why she wanted to a place to connect and empower other female advisors and encourage more women to join the field. They also discuss the balancing act of being a working parent, and much more!