Welcome back to Profit Boss® Radio for our final episode of the year! It's been a wonderful ten months of learning and community-building with you all, and I can't wait to see how this show and community evolve in 2017.
Jessica talks about how she combined a lifelong love of performing with marketing acumen to become an engaging podcast host. Her first show, Lady Business Radio, offered an inside look at the lives of interesting and successful female entrepreneurs. Now she's the host of She Podcasts, a show and community dedicated to giving female podcasters the resources and advice they need to start and profit from their podcasts.
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We're back with another Everyday Heroine this week! Jennifer is the host of Congressional Dish. She's a spitfire committed to producing a valuable podcast with no partisan slant, and all in the face of some financial uncertainty.
Before diving into the interview, I've got a mini-economics lesson for you. You've probably heard that the Fed raised interest rates -- but what's that mean for your bottom line? And your investments? I'll break all that down so you can be the most informed friend in your circle this week.
Next up: the interview with Jen. We cover some basics about her background -- first money memory, money habits, and financial struggles -- and she talks about the many small jobs she's had while figuring out what she really loves to do. She then shares the inspiration for Congressional Dish, which grew from a passion project into a full-fledged business.
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Why do all the hard work to build up financial security if you're not going to protect it, right? So the point of today's episode is to express that the same principle applies to your business, too; you've got to make sure you and your business are legally protected from any unforeseen lawsuits, so you're not blindsided into losing what you've worked for.
For this advice, we're thrilled to welcome attorney Lin Eleoff. Lin is the brains behind Cover Your Assets Online, where she has used her experience as a business lawyer to compile a DIY legal framework for your online business, saving you loads of money and hours of legal legwork.
Lin begins with a backstory about how she got into this niche as a lawyer and a life coach, and I share my own scary experience with the laws of online content. We also talk about what can happen if you don't take the time to set up these precautions, and how you can protect your personal assets from harm, too.
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Before answering your questions, I want to make sure you start 2017 on the right foot by talking about taxes. I share some of my top tax tips -- including last-minute charitable contributions and tax loss harvesting -- that you can implement to make the most of your taxes for this year. I also give you a rundown of an excellent recent article from the Wall Street Journal that backs up what I've been telling you for a while now: index funds are the way to go!
Then I dive into four listener questions. We talk about micro-financing other people and what kind of savings account you should open when you're looking to start a business of your own. I give some advice to an aspiring investor and author, and wrap up with a discussion about how to identify ways in which your business can grow so you can give yourself a promotion. I also have a free gift for you to make the busy holiday season a little more organized, so don't miss out!
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