Many of you have said that your favorite So Money episode was the one where I got the chance to interview my parents. Through that conversation we learned how my mother and father got their footing in America after leaving Iran in the late 1970s, the financial values they instilled in us and how growing up […]
Question for you: What’s the worst advice you’ve ever received? That’s a tough one, right? My dear friend and #NoLimits podcast host Rebecca Jarvis asked me this question on her show this week. And I fear I may have veered off into #TooMuchInformation land. I found myself talking about things I never expected to share so […]
This week on Facebook Live, I joined Intuit’s Angie Robert and Kimmie Greene to share financial tips for managing your side hustle.
Julia and John, both in their early 30s and living in Queens, are expecting their first child next spring and desperate for a financial audit to help them find ways to reduce debt and save up before embarking on parenthood.
The summer’s been a trying season for our friend Aaron who’s determined to erase $11,000 worth of debt over 12 months. He is now nearly six months into his plan and says the path has been harder than he could have ever imagined. I wrote earlier that he’s also trying to simultaneously build up his cash […]
Most kids will NOT learn about money in the classroom. So, it’s up to mom, dad and loved ones to take the reins. To help, there are many fine books and resources for kids of all ages. Here’s a round-up of some of my favorite money tools, with back-to-school season approaching.
I’ve returned from vacation to an overflowing Ask Farnoosh mailbag. I couldn’t pick just one to answer, so we’re featuring three very interesting queries. From retirement to financing a home renovation to college savings, we’re about to cover a lot of ground.
From cheaper rental cars to free tours, I’ve got brilliant ways to cut costs on your next big trip.
Six months ago Mint user Michelle was struggling with debt, a lack of retirement savings and a bit of family financial drama amongst her siblings. She was anticipating a cash bonus from her company and wasn’t sure if she should save the money or use it to relieve her debt. I check in with her to find out what she decided and how her finances are doing.
Mint user Aaron Hahn vividly remembers the moment he decided to crush his debt. Now he’s on track to pay off $11K of debt in one year. I’m checking in with him every few months to see how he’s doing and share more about his journey to financial independence.