BiggerPockets Money Podcast

This show provides the financial education you didn't get in school—including actionable tips from unique and powerful thought leaders about how to earn more, keep more, spend smarter, and grow wealth!

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast 140: How to Get Financial Freedom So You Can Do What You’re Meant to Do with Belinda Rosenblum

Belinda Rosenblum is a CPA, a certified coach and her clients include Harvard Business School, Harvard University and the SEC. She’s worked for Arthur Andersen and L3 Enterprises. She’s got money all figured out, right? Well, she does now… On today’s episode, Belinda shares her biggest money mist...

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BiggerPockets Money Podcast 139: Everything You Never Wanted to Know About Life Insurance (But Absolutely Need To) with Joe Saul-Sehy

Life Insurance is the most exciting topic on the planet! Just kidding. But just because it isn’t a super exciting topic doesn’t mean you don’t need to know about it. Today, Joe Saul-Sehy, host of the Stacking Benjamins podcast, joins Scott and Mindy to talk about Life Insurance. Joe comes from a ...

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BiggerPockets Money Podcast 138: Financial Blunders to Financial Buff: How Farnoosh Torabi’s Money History Grew Her Career

Farnoosh Torabi grew up talking about money. Her parents are from the Middle East, and in her culture, they “never miss a moment to talk about money.” As the go-to girl for finance advice among her friends, imagine her surprise when she sat down and looked at her financial situation to discover t...

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BiggerPockets Money Podcast 130: Refusing to Retire at 65: How a Couple in Their 40s Managed to Hit FI in 12 Years With Susan and Norm

Susan and Norm got married a little later in life. They started off basically flat, with debts equalling assets. Neither wanted to have the debt and focused on paying it off and building an emergency fund. Then, they discovered that they could retire early if they put their minds to it.

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