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Joe Saul-Sehy, Co-Host of Stacking Benjamins Podcast

Joe Saul-Sehy is co-host of the popular Stacking Benjamins podcast and is a contributor to the Money Tree Investing podcast. In his former life as a financial advisor for 16 years and the WXYZ Television “Money Man” (Detroit ABC Affiliate), he helped families overcome debt, open and operate businesses, put kids through college and retire successfully. He’s been featured in a diverse range of publications like newspapers The Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun Times, and Baltimore Sun, and magazines such as Bride, Child and Best Life. Now he does media appearances mostly in the hopes of finding someone else to pay his twin’s college bill.

Three takeaways from our time together:

  • The success of his podcast Stacking Benjamins and why it’s a winning formula.
  • His biggest financial mistake which involves the IRS. Yikes.
  • The weekly money meetings Joe and his wife have and what they discuss.

If you would like to learn more about Joe Saul-Sehy visit his website www.StackingBenjamins.com or follow him on Twitter @AverageJoeMoney.

One of my favorite quotes from the interview: “I like my brain focused on, ‘How do I make more abundance instead of dealing with scarcity.'” — Click to Tweet

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