In Ep. 110, Conor Richardson joins the show once again making him the first 3-time guest on the show. We briefly talk about his book, Millennial Money Makeover, and also discuss a report published by the US Government Accountability Office that outlines the difficult financial landscape Millennials have entered. We talk about how Millennials can navigate this landscape and still have their chance at living the American dream!
In Ep. 109, Tim’s brother Brendan Mullooly joins the podcast for the second time. Brendan is a CFP at Mullooly Asset Management, building financial plans and investment portfolios for clients. He also blogs over at Your Brain On Stocks about different behavioral biases we all have in regards to finance, and ties them in to our every day lives. Brendan sheds light on a few of these biases in ways everyone can understand.
With his 10-year high school reunion approaching this year, Tim uses this episode to talk about the usual financial decisions a lot of 27-28 year people are facing. Everyone lives life at their own pace, but your late-20’s is typically a very important time financially for people. Plenty of big life milestones have either happened or are on the horizon, and at the very least Tim offers a few ways to get your finances in order so you don’t seem like a total mess at the reunion!
The episode wraps up by recalling some great advice past podcast guests have given to younger folks and the Millennial generation.
In Ep. 107, Tim interviews Ande Frazier – CEO of myWorth LLC, and author of the upcoming book “Fin(anci)ally Free: 11 Conversations to Have With Yourself About Life, Money, and Worth”. They talk about Ande’s mission to fix the way financial media speaks to women about their finances, and how the book is meant to start conversations about WHY we have the financial habits and goals we do. She also talks about how improving women’s sense of self-worth can improve their financial situation and more!
In Ep. 106, Tim talks with Dr. Jeff Anzalone. Jeff is a full-time periodontist and the creator of the website and blog “Debt Free Doctor”. Jeff helps other doctors, and those in the medical field, manage and dig their way out of debt. He also provides valuable information about real estate investing, specifically apartment syndication investing, and other forms of passive income. Enjoy!