“I’m switching careers, how should I negotiate salary?”
Savannah Sellers is the co-host of Stay Tuned, a new, twice-daily news show on Snapchat’s Discover platform, created by NBC News. It receives over 25 million unique visitors over the course of a month.
Have you been completely exasperated wondering, “Why am I so bad with money?” Maybe it was because you overspent, depleted your savings account, or realized you were behind on your retirement saving. Well, the good news is friends, you’re not alone. And my guest today says her money situation is a MESS.
What’s the best way to track my expenses? How do you get any work done with 2 little kids? This Friday, Farnoosh and co-host Kimmie Greene, head of communications for Quickbooks, tackle your biggest money questions.
Which is more important: your money or your life? Over 25 years ago, our guest asked the world this fundamental question, and her book became an international sensation. Today, I’m honored to welcome Vicki Robin to the show.
Have you ever had one too many drinks with friends and come up with an absolutely brilliant business idea that you then launch and six years later becomes an international, $20 million dollar brand? Today I’m interviewing two of the most famous cousins in the business world, Sabin Lomac and Jim Tselikis, co-founders of Cousins Maine Lobster.
This Friday, Farnoosh and co-host Catherine Alford, family finances expert at CatherineAlford.com, tackle your biggest money questions. We have questions related to real estate investing, paying down your mortgage and cashing out your investments after quitting your job. Also can you open a Roth IRA for an unborn child?
Imagine having $200,000 in law school debt only to realize years later that you don’t actually want to be a lawyer. Natalie Bacon switched careers and took a 50% pay cut to become a financial planner. Now, she’s calling her own shots an an online entrepreneur and blogger.
Kara Stevens is the founder of TheFrugalFeminista.com and has spent a lifetime overcoming the negative money lessons she learned in childhood to become a happy, successful, and wealthy woman today.
How do you plan for caring for aging parents and young children at the same time? My parents are retired and have decent savings, but they are getting older and my dad had some health issues last year.