This episode answers some very important questions about how to handle sudden money and property wisely. There are so many mixed emotions and feelings when it comes to receiving unexpected (or even expected!), large sums of money. It is all too easy to let bad advice and inexperience cause you to mismanage and waste what you have received.
Data has shown that the vast majority of people who come into sudden money end up squandering it, and even end up in more debt because of it. Knowing how to handle inheritance properly, from investing to saving or selling, is incredibly necessary.
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Richard Eisenberg is on this episode to help us bring light to the dark reality of elder financial abuse. Nearly 1 in 20 seniors become victims of financial mistreatment or abuse, often left unnoticed and unresolved. Between con-artists and (sadly) family members who drain the savings of elderly people, around three billion dollars are stolen from seniors each year.
Knowing how to protect the elderly people in your life from financial ruin is extremely important and timely - Elder Abuse Awareness Day just passed on June 15th. Listen in for some valuable tips and ideas to help you help the ones you love and spread awareness to your friends.
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Amanda Steinberg of DailyWorth is back with us on the podcast today - my first-ever repeat guest!
Amanda shares why she felt inspired to write the book with a personal yet prescriptive tone. We talk about changing how women think about money - from something that's a source of shame, into a powerful tool to improve your life.
We also talk about investing and how it's expected to change in the future, and options for socially-conscious investing.
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