https://www.biggerpockets.com/moneyshow38 Phillip Taylor studied to be a CPA in college, just like his dad. He graduated with some debt and decided to add to it by buying a house. In order to afford his new house, he didn’t max out his 401k—he didn’t even contribute enough to get the full company match! By the time he got serious about paying down his debt, it totaled $95,000. PT decided to journal his experiences on a blog he called PTMoney.com. And something amazing happened. He found his tribe. PT soon discovered that there was a whole community of people with financial problems who were willing to talk about it online. PT wanted to meet these people in person, have live discussions about issues they were all facing, and share ideas. He started a conference that has blossomed into THE money conference to attend, FinCon. PT shares his story of going from a finance guy who made bad decisions to a guy who helps others make great decisions about their own finances.
This week we’re taking an in-depth look at how a host of start-ups are bringing more people into the worlds of personal finance and investment. We meet four entrepreneurs who are making the world of finance easier to understand and engaging people who wouldn’t ordinarily invest their money. We hear from Max Rofagha, founder of Finimize, Ben Stanway and Charlie Mortimer, co-founders of Moneybox, and Emilie Bellet, founder of Vestpod.
Lönen närmar sig och då är det läge att prata shopping och konsumtion. De perfekta gästerna för detta är Ulrika Enhörning och Cecilia Auvray.
Really really really excited to refresh this episode of AskGaryVee where the main man, my father Sasha Vaynerchuk joined me on the show to answer some tactical questions about growing a business alongside me. Whether you're just starting your vlog or you're trying to deal how to scale massive growth, this is a seriously fire episode you can't miss.
Aged care stocks have been hammered on the sharemarket amid potential fallout from a Royal Commission into the sector. At the financial services Royal Commission, wealth manager AMP has admitted charging life insurance premiums to dead people and National Australia Bank senior executive Andrew Hagger is leaving the institution saying he takes responsibility for what has occurred on his watch.
Hurricane Florence has created a housing shortage for those displaced in North Carolina. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Kusisto explains.
North Carolina devastated as floodwaters rise from deadly storm Florence, gas explosions traced to too much pressure in pipes, and people are now more miserable than at any point on record.
Episode 300, September 18, 2018. This week we look back at recording 300 episodes of Three Sides of the Coin... how this all got started and why each of us do this every week. Plus, we share MANY videos from listeners and past guests with their 300th episode messages. Press requests please contact Michael Brandvold at www.MichaelBrandvold.com Since launching in 2013 Three Sides of the Coin has been viewed or listened to over 4,000,000 times. Three Sides of the Coin has been joined by special guests including former KISS lead guitarist Bruce Kulick, Eddie Trunk, WWE Superstar and lead singer of Fozzy Chris Jericho, Angel lead guitarist Punky Meadows, Five Finger Death Punch guitarist Jason Hook, Vinnie Vincent Invasion and Slaughter lead singer Mark Slaughter, Twisted Sister’s Dee Snider, comedian Craig Gass, KISS’ former business manager Chris Lendt, the Black Veil Brides' Andy Biersack, Frank Munoz associate producer for Ace Frehley's Anomaly album, award winning songwriter Adam Mitchell, Ed Kanon (Peter Criss' drum tech), Kevin Valentine (drummer on KISS' Psycho Circus album). Three Sides of the Coin was picked (October 2013) as a 'What's Hot' podcast by Apple's iTunes. In the early '90s, Michael Brandvold launched the fifth ever website on the Internet devoted to KISS, KISS Otaku. He built, launched and maintained Kissonline.com (KISS' official web presence). He now owns Michael Brandvold Marketing, providing marketing services and digital strategy to musicians. Tommy Sommers spent 15 years on the record show circuit collecting, trading and selling memorabilia / Kiss merchandise. He is now a successful residential Real Estate agent in the Minneapolis / St. Paul area. Tommy has also produced a KISS song For The Oddfathers and is the owner of Rock Steady Digital Photography. Mark Cicchini, is a world renown KISS collector. KISS have used parts of Mark’s vast KISS collection for audio, video & print materials including their book NOTHIN TO LOSE, CD re release of the LOVE GUN album & the VH1 Ultimate Album KISS ALIVE! special as well as many other KISS projects. His wife also makes a mean meatloaf!!! It's only our opinion... it's neither right nor wrong. Facebook: facebook.com/threesidesofthecoin Twitter: twitter.com/threesidescoin YouTube: youtube.threesidesofthecoin.com iHeartRadio: iheartradio.threesidesofthecoin.com Spreaker: spreaker.threesidesofthecoin.com iTunes: itunes.threesidesofthecoin.com TuneIn: tunein.threesidesofthecoin.com Stitcher Radio: stitcher.threesidesofthecoin.com SoundCloud: @michaelbrandvoldmarketing Web: threesidesofthecoin.com Merchandise: shop.threesidesofthecoin.com Three Sides Of The Coin is unofficial & unsanctioned and has no affiliation with the band KISS.
Adel Zakout is an architect-turned-entrepreneur and the co-founder of Clippings, a digital platform for interior designers that allows them to easily source products, from furniture to light fittings. Adel launched the company with Tom Mallory back in 2014 and it has since expanded fast. Earlier this month the company announced that it had closed a m (€12.7m) Series B investment round – led by Farfetch, Moda Operandi and Rent the Runway.
Konstantin Melnikov’s most significant building was the house he built for himself in 1929. It remained in the Melnikov family for decades until, in 2014 after much legal wrangling, it was taken over by the Moscow Museum of Architecture.
Arian Campo-Flores from the Wall Street Journal has a look at the slow recovery in Puerto Rico.
These audios have been produced by an Independent Consultant and are not official materials prepared or provided by Arbonne. Arbonne makes no promises or guarantees that any Independent Consultant will be financially successful as each independent Consultants results are dependent on his or her own skills and effort.
Owners of giant SUVs are finding their current garage just won't do. Phoebe Howard from the Detroit Free Press has the story.
How small businesses can recover from natural disasters like Hurricane Florence; and the difficult landscape for female employees at startups.
Combining world class comic book writers and illustrators with complex and common illnesses, Dr. Kim Chilman-Blair's MedicineX is redefining medical education for patients and families. With over 30 (and counting) conditions "xplained," each story blends scientific insight from top global medical professionals, with personal patient/family stories, and allows for closed group discussion around each topic. Their first celebrity collaboration is with actor and perpetual activist, Esai Morales (La Bamba, Ozark, NCIS, Dora the Explorer), and focuses on his own history of migraines as well as his mother's ongoing struggle with Alzheimer's. This humor-filled and touching episode focuses on the explosion of MedicneX, Kim & Esai's camaraderie, the big pharma debate, biotech, and the future of storytelling. More at https://alzheimersxplained.com/
TAL Insurance executive Loraine van Eeden has conceded the company had developed a strategy to avoid paying an income protection claim to a nurse suffering anxiety. Ms van Eeden has agreed the strategy to reject the claim was misleading. Also the Royal Commission has heard a phone call of a TAL representative informing a cervical cancer patient that her claim was being rejected because prior depression had not been disclosed. ABC's Peter Ryan is covering the Royal Commission.
How to stay calm in the face of a storm, why does the school day end two hours before the workday, and workers who thrive on negative feedback.
The Wall Street Journal's Richard Rubin went on a hunt for the promised rush of repatriated cash.
This is a huge mashup, really explaining what I think about the bullshit that is "passive income" and how it relates to what you THINK it is. "Passive income" comes in a few forms, which I go further into in this one, expanding on what "passive income" really takes form as - this is a FIRE on to listen to today, hope u love it <3