In Ep. 19 of Living With Money, Tim talks with Conor Richardson. Conor is a CPA, author and blogger at Millennial Money Makeover. Conor and Tim discussed all things personal finance when it comes to millennials. Tim asked Conor why he decided to target his writing specifically to millennials, and what he feels is the most important thing missing from a millennial’s financial education today. They talked about why millennials control the future of money, and how to find that important balance between wanting to live your life now, versus saving for retirement later. They also preview Conor’s upcoming book called Millennial Money Makeover, due out in the beginning of 2019, and much more.
In Ep. 018, Tim talks with Cortland Coleman from Antelope Marketing. They discuss how Antelope Marketing helps small businesses with their marketing strategies by creating targeted, emotionally connective content on all platforms. Cortland talks about the importance of story-telling in marketing, and outlines the four crucial steps to good story-telling. Enjoy!
On today’s episode of Living With Money, Tim talks with Kris Venne. Kris is the Director of Wealth Management at Ritholtz Wealth Management based out of NYC. Ritholtz Wealth Management is one of the fastest growing RIA’s in the nation, and Kris discusses some of their philosophies within the firm that help them standout from the rest. They talk about on-boarding new clients, setting client expectations, and Kris’ unique take on what is “next” to come for advisors. It’s not what you would expect! Enjoy Ep. 017, our talk with Kris Venne!
In Ep. 16, Tim talks with Tami Lione of Crown Mortgage Services. They talk about how the mortgage business has changed over the 25 year history of the company, the ins and outs of getting a mortgage, refinancing, and much more. They also discuss Tami’s role as co-chair of the Women In Business group within the Jersey Shore Chamber of Commerce, and what the group means to her.
In Ep. 015, Tim talks with John Schwartz, a correspondent for The New York Times. They discuss John’s new book ‘This Is The Year I Put My Financial Life In Order’. Through humor and personal stories, John is able to navigate the everyday person towards the path of financial literacy and independence. They touch on topics like how to get started, investing, saving for college, getting out of debt, and much more!