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So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Farnoosh Torabi

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So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Farnoosh Torabi

112
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Host Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning financial strategist, TV host and bestselling author. So Money brings inspiring money strategies and stories straight from today's top business minds, authors and influencers. What was their financial journey and how do they master their money today? Hear from inspiring individuals and learn about their financial philosophies, wins, failures and habits. Plus, their secret guilty pleasures.On Fridays, tune in as Farnoosh answers your biggest questions about money, career, guests, you name it. Submit your question for Farnoosh at www.SoMoneyPodcast.com.

Latest Episodes

1067: Ask Farnoosh: Where to Save for a Goal 10 Years Away?

On this week’s Ask Farnoosh, a listener asks about intermediate savings and the best place to either save or i vest that money. Also: consolidating your student loan with your spouse’s loan. Good idea?

21 MIN21 h ago
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1067: Ask Farnoosh: Where to Save for a Goal 10 Years Away?

1066: How to Land a Great Job in a Pandemic and Recession with Expert Lauren McGoodwin

How to find meaningful work right now? How to be a true Ally in the workplace and how to reframe your career ambitions in the near future? We're talking managing your career in a pandemic and recession with Lauren McGoodwin, founder ofthe Career Contessa and author of the new book POWER MOVES: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose. Lauren's bookis a much-needed handbook filled with practical information, advice, and essential tools (including helpful graphics), to guide women toward building successful careers on their own terms.It is an essential career resource for anyone feeling stuck or unfulfilled, and it will give every woman the courage to know themselves, where they are and where they want to be. For more on LaurenMcGoodwin, visit her athttps://www.careercontessa.com, and on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @CareerContessa.

28 MIN2 d ago
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1066: How to Land a Great Job in a Pandemic and Recession with Expert Lauren McGoodwin

1065: New York Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte

Rodneyse Bichotte is the first Haitian-American woman elected in New York City, representing Brooklyn as the Assemblymember and State Committee Woman / District Leader for New York State’s 42nd Assembly District. She represents Flatbush, East Flatbush, Midwood and Ditmas Park in Brooklyn. We discuss how a life-changing accident at the age of ten led Rodneyse to a career in public service, key initiatives she is working to pass to better the lives of the most vulnerable in New York City, and her economic predictions for the future of the Big Apple. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Rodneyse is the first Engineer elected to the New York State Legislature; and the first woman to chair the Brooklyn Democratic County Committee. To learn more about Rodneyse and visit the Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises Center check out: https://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Rodneyse-Bichotte

31 MIN4 d ago
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1065: New York Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte

1064: Ask Farnoosh: Best Credit Cards, HELOCs and Buying versus Renting

In this episode of Ask Farnoosh, host Farnoosh Torabi and guest Georgia Lee Hussey, CFP and CEO of Modernist Financial, address recent questions posed by listeners. What are the best credit cards for big purchases? Should I take out a student loan or pay for school in cash? Should I tap my home equity line of credit to renovate my home? And much more. Plus, Farnoosh selects 3 iTunes reviewers to each receive a free 15-minute money session.

32 MIN1 w ago
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1064: Ask Farnoosh: Best Credit Cards, HELOCs and Buying versus Renting

1063: Adam Auriemma, Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor

Joining me today is the new Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor, Adam Auriemma. NextAdvisor is a brand new personal finance platform that just launched earlier this summer, in partnership with Time Magazine. I am a contributing editor for the platform and my first piece is about how we bought a house in the pandemic (all the behind-the-scenes!). The site is full of timely and important content related to financial wellness and making smart money moves. One piece I really love is 50 Smart Money Moves You Can Make Right Now, which Adam authored after interviewing many experts including Suze Orman, Mel Robbins, and Erin Lowry, author of Broke Millennial. Adam and I discuss: How NextAdvisor's point of view is slightly different in the world of personal finance content. How the platform is thinking about money in the context of race and class. How Adam's personal views on money have shifted in the pandemic and recession. More about Adam: He is a personal finance journalist and the former editor-in-chief of Money magazine. He has also been a deputy bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal, managing editor of The Daily Beast, and deputy editor of Fusion, a joint venture of Univision and ABC News. Teams working under Adam’s leadership have received the Gerald Loeb Award for Business and Financial Journalism, a National Association of Black Journalists Digital Media Commentary Award, and an Emmy nomination for Best Cultural/Topical Documentary. Follow NextAdvisor on Instagram @NextAdvisor.

28 MIN1 w ago
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1063: Adam Auriemma, Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor

1062: Black Wealth Matters: Tiffany Dufu, Author of Drop the Ball and Founder of The Cru

In our final installment for Black Wealth Matters, we welcome Tiffany Dufu. She is founder and CEO of The Cru. Their algorithm matches circles of women who collaborate to meet their personal and professional goals. She’s also the author of the bestselling book ​Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less​. According to foreword contributor Gloria Steinem, Drop the Ball is “important, path-breaking, intimate and brave.” Tiffany and I discuss how she was able to raise $1 million for her startup when only .0006% of Black women receive tech venture funding. She also shares pivotal money memories from childhood....and also, what to make of the Girlboss movement and its recent criticisms for not being inclusive enough? Named to Entrepreneur's 100 Powerful Women and Fast Company’s League of Extraordinary Women, Tiffany has raised nearly $20 million toward the cause of women and girls. She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer to Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons University, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

26 MIN1 w ago
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1062: Black Wealth Matters: Tiffany Dufu, Author of Drop the Ball and Founder of The Cru

1061: Black Wealth Matters: Yemi Rose, Founder of OfColor.com

The newest guest in our #BlackWealthMatters series is entrepreneur Yemi Rose. He is the founder of OfColor, a digital financial wellness platform focused on providing content and banking tools built around how people of color save, spend, and build our legacies differently. We discuss the role financial services has played and continues to play in widening the racial wealth gap. Growing up in Jamaica and the differences of “being Black” there versus here in the United States. Why we may want to rethink the expression “racial wealth gap.” Does it deserve a renaming? How his startup OfColor will provide better access to financial tools and education to an underserved community. Yemi has spent almost two decades at the intersection of financial services and communications/marketing focused on financial wellness, most recently as the Vice President of Financial Wellness Enterprise Initiatives with Prudential Financials’ Global Communications Group. In this most recent role, he led ...

30 MIN2 w ago
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1061: Black Wealth Matters: Yemi Rose, Founder of OfColor.com

1060: Black Wealth Matters: "The Budgetnista" Tiffany Aliche

Back by popular demand is Tiffany “TheBudgetnista” Aliche. She shares her personal challenges with building wealth, all while building a multi-million dollar business. Also: Why she distanced herself from the FinCon events and her latest appearance on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. More about Tiffany: She is an award-winning teacher of financial education and is quickly becoming America’s favorite, personal financial educator. TheBudgetnistais also an Amazon #1 bestselling author of The One WeekBudgetand the Live Richer Challenge series. Through her company, TheBudgetnista, Tiffany has created a financial movement that has helped over 1 million women worldwide collectively save more than $150 million, and pay off over $100 million in debt, purchase homes and transform the way they think about their finances. Tiffany credits her experience as a preschool teacher for 10 years in Newark, NJ for defining her purpose behind TheBudgetnista: education. In 2019, Tiffany transformed her commitment into legislation when she partnered with Assemblywoman Angela V. McKnight to write a bill that was later signed into Law A1414 (TheBudgetnistaLaw). This law made it mandatory for financial education to be integrated into all middle schools in New Jersey. To learn more check out thebudgetnista.com and malimore.com

29 MIN2 w ago
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1060: Black Wealth Matters: "The Budgetnista" Tiffany Aliche

1059: Black Wealth Matters: NBA Sports Agent Dominique Stapleton

According to the National Bureau of Economic Research,15.7% of NFL players have filed for bankruptcywithin twelve years of retiring. ASports Illustratedarticle reports that 78% of NFL players and 60% of NBA players face major financial challenges post retirement. Dominique Stapleton is not only a sports agent, she is a financial educator to her clients who desperately need literacy and guidance. After working with athletes on their money for a few years Dominique wanted to offer her clients more. This year, she became a Certified NBA sports agent and vows to be the bridge between athlete success off and on the field.

26 MIN2 w ago
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1059: Black Wealth Matters: NBA Sports Agent Dominique Stapleton

1058: Black Wealth Matters: Rachel Rodgers, Founder of HelloSeven.co

We welcome entrepreneur Rachel Rodgers back to the show to talk about how business owners can go beyond the traditional lip service of "supporting" supporting Black Lives Matters and actually serving as Allies and practicing anti-racism within their companies. Rachel is a woman of color, a mother of four and a seven-figure business owner — in that order. Rachel started her career working as a lawyer with nonprofits, federal judges and Hillary Clinton. Rachel is founder of Million Dollar Badass, a high-level Mastermind for women looking to take their businesses from 6 to 7 figures.She firmly believes all women should desire to become millionaires – because of the profound impact a woman’s money can make on the world. Learn more about Rachel at HelloSeven.co

34 MIN3 w ago
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1058: Black Wealth Matters: Rachel Rodgers, Founder of HelloSeven.co

Latest Episodes

1067: Ask Farnoosh: Where to Save for a Goal 10 Years Away?

On this week’s Ask Farnoosh, a listener asks about intermediate savings and the best place to either save or i vest that money. Also: consolidating your student loan with your spouse’s loan. Good idea?

21 MIN21 h ago
Comments
1067: Ask Farnoosh: Where to Save for a Goal 10 Years Away?

1066: How to Land a Great Job in a Pandemic and Recession with Expert Lauren McGoodwin

How to find meaningful work right now? How to be a true Ally in the workplace and how to reframe your career ambitions in the near future? We're talking managing your career in a pandemic and recession with Lauren McGoodwin, founder ofthe Career Contessa and author of the new book POWER MOVES: How Women Can Pivot, Reboot, and Build a Career of Purpose. Lauren's bookis a much-needed handbook filled with practical information, advice, and essential tools (including helpful graphics), to guide women toward building successful careers on their own terms.It is an essential career resource for anyone feeling stuck or unfulfilled, and it will give every woman the courage to know themselves, where they are and where they want to be. For more on LaurenMcGoodwin, visit her athttps://www.careercontessa.com, and on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram at @CareerContessa.

28 MIN2 d ago
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1066: How to Land a Great Job in a Pandemic and Recession with Expert Lauren McGoodwin

1065: New York Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte

Rodneyse Bichotte is the first Haitian-American woman elected in New York City, representing Brooklyn as the Assemblymember and State Committee Woman / District Leader for New York State’s 42nd Assembly District. She represents Flatbush, East Flatbush, Midwood and Ditmas Park in Brooklyn. We discuss how a life-changing accident at the age of ten led Rodneyse to a career in public service, key initiatives she is working to pass to better the lives of the most vulnerable in New York City, and her economic predictions for the future of the Big Apple. Born and raised in Brooklyn, Rodneyse is the first Engineer elected to the New York State Legislature; and the first woman to chair the Brooklyn Democratic County Committee. To learn more about Rodneyse and visit the Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprises Center check out: https://assembly.state.ny.us/mem/Rodneyse-Bichotte

31 MIN4 d ago
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1065: New York Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte

1064: Ask Farnoosh: Best Credit Cards, HELOCs and Buying versus Renting

In this episode of Ask Farnoosh, host Farnoosh Torabi and guest Georgia Lee Hussey, CFP and CEO of Modernist Financial, address recent questions posed by listeners. What are the best credit cards for big purchases? Should I take out a student loan or pay for school in cash? Should I tap my home equity line of credit to renovate my home? And much more. Plus, Farnoosh selects 3 iTunes reviewers to each receive a free 15-minute money session.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
1064: Ask Farnoosh: Best Credit Cards, HELOCs and Buying versus Renting

1063: Adam Auriemma, Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor

Joining me today is the new Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor, Adam Auriemma. NextAdvisor is a brand new personal finance platform that just launched earlier this summer, in partnership with Time Magazine. I am a contributing editor for the platform and my first piece is about how we bought a house in the pandemic (all the behind-the-scenes!). The site is full of timely and important content related to financial wellness and making smart money moves. One piece I really love is 50 Smart Money Moves You Can Make Right Now, which Adam authored after interviewing many experts including Suze Orman, Mel Robbins, and Erin Lowry, author of Broke Millennial. Adam and I discuss: How NextAdvisor's point of view is slightly different in the world of personal finance content. How the platform is thinking about money in the context of race and class. How Adam's personal views on money have shifted in the pandemic and recession. More about Adam: He is a personal finance journalist and the former editor-in-chief of Money magazine. He has also been a deputy bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal, managing editor of The Daily Beast, and deputy editor of Fusion, a joint venture of Univision and ABC News. Teams working under Adam’s leadership have received the Gerald Loeb Award for Business and Financial Journalism, a National Association of Black Journalists Digital Media Commentary Award, and an Emmy nomination for Best Cultural/Topical Documentary. Follow NextAdvisor on Instagram @NextAdvisor.

28 MIN1 w ago
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1063: Adam Auriemma, Editor-in-Chief of NextAdvisor

1062: Black Wealth Matters: Tiffany Dufu, Author of Drop the Ball and Founder of The Cru

In our final installment for Black Wealth Matters, we welcome Tiffany Dufu. She is founder and CEO of The Cru. Their algorithm matches circles of women who collaborate to meet their personal and professional goals. She’s also the author of the bestselling book ​Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less​. According to foreword contributor Gloria Steinem, Drop the Ball is “important, path-breaking, intimate and brave.” Tiffany and I discuss how she was able to raise $1 million for her startup when only .0006% of Black women receive tech venture funding. She also shares pivotal money memories from childhood....and also, what to make of the Girlboss movement and its recent criticisms for not being inclusive enough? Named to Entrepreneur's 100 Powerful Women and Fast Company’s League of Extraordinary Women, Tiffany has raised nearly $20 million toward the cause of women and girls. She was a launch team member to Lean In and was Chief Leadership Officer to Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks. Prior to that, Tiffany served as President of The White House Project, as a Major Gifts Officer at Simmons University, and as Associate Director of Development at Seattle Girls’ School.

26 MIN1 w ago
Comments
1062: Black Wealth Matters: Tiffany Dufu, Author of Drop the Ball and Founder of The Cru

1061: Black Wealth Matters: Yemi Rose, Founder of OfColor.com

The newest guest in our #BlackWealthMatters series is entrepreneur Yemi Rose. He is the founder of OfColor, a digital financial wellness platform focused on providing content and banking tools built around how people of color save, spend, and build our legacies differently. We discuss the role financial services has played and continues to play in widening the racial wealth gap. Growing up in Jamaica and the differences of “being Black” there versus here in the United States. Why we may want to rethink the expression “racial wealth gap.” Does it deserve a renaming? How his startup OfColor will provide better access to financial tools and education to an underserved community. Yemi has spent almost two decades at the intersection of financial services and communications/marketing focused on financial wellness, most recently as the Vice President of Financial Wellness Enterprise Initiatives with Prudential Financials’ Global Communications Group. In this most recent role, he led ...

30 MIN2 w ago
Comments
1061: Black Wealth Matters: Yemi Rose, Founder of OfColor.com

1060: Black Wealth Matters: "The Budgetnista" Tiffany Aliche

Back by popular demand is Tiffany “TheBudgetnista” Aliche. She shares her personal challenges with building wealth, all while building a multi-million dollar business. Also: Why she distanced herself from the FinCon events and her latest appearance on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. More about Tiffany: She is an award-winning teacher of financial education and is quickly becoming America’s favorite, personal financial educator. TheBudgetnistais also an Amazon #1 bestselling author of The One WeekBudgetand the Live Richer Challenge series. Through her company, TheBudgetnista, Tiffany has created a financial movement that has helped over 1 million women worldwide collectively save more than $150 million, and pay off over $100 million in debt, purchase homes and transform the way they think about their finances. Tiffany credits her experience as a preschool teacher for 10 years in Newark, NJ for defining her purpose behind TheBudgetnista: education. In 2019, Tiffany transformed her commitment into legislation when she partnered with Assemblywoman Angela V. McKnight to write a bill that was later signed into Law A1414 (TheBudgetnistaLaw). This law made it mandatory for financial education to be integrated into all middle schools in New Jersey. To learn more check out thebudgetnista.com and malimore.com

29 MIN2 w ago
Comments
1060: Black Wealth Matters: "The Budgetnista" Tiffany Aliche

1059: Black Wealth Matters: NBA Sports Agent Dominique Stapleton

According to the National Bureau of Economic Research,15.7% of NFL players have filed for bankruptcywithin twelve years of retiring. ASports Illustratedarticle reports that 78% of NFL players and 60% of NBA players face major financial challenges post retirement. Dominique Stapleton is not only a sports agent, she is a financial educator to her clients who desperately need literacy and guidance. After working with athletes on their money for a few years Dominique wanted to offer her clients more. This year, she became a Certified NBA sports agent and vows to be the bridge between athlete success off and on the field.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
1059: Black Wealth Matters: NBA Sports Agent Dominique Stapleton

1058: Black Wealth Matters: Rachel Rodgers, Founder of HelloSeven.co

We welcome entrepreneur Rachel Rodgers back to the show to talk about how business owners can go beyond the traditional lip service of "supporting" supporting Black Lives Matters and actually serving as Allies and practicing anti-racism within their companies. Rachel is a woman of color, a mother of four and a seven-figure business owner — in that order. Rachel started her career working as a lawyer with nonprofits, federal judges and Hillary Clinton. Rachel is founder of Million Dollar Badass, a high-level Mastermind for women looking to take their businesses from 6 to 7 figures.She firmly believes all women should desire to become millionaires – because of the profound impact a woman’s money can make on the world. Learn more about Rachel at HelloSeven.co

34 MIN3 w ago
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1058: Black Wealth Matters: Rachel Rodgers, Founder of HelloSeven.co

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