Nearly as suave as some other 007 you may know, this episode features the one, the only: Jeff Rose from GoodFinancialCents.com. He’s leading the tsunami of financial posts coming your way Wednesday, as the Life Insurance Movement roars across the blogosphere. Jeff talks about the movement, why life insurance, and common misconceptions, tricks and tips around life insurance policies.
OG & Average Joe discuss Roshawn Watson’s post on poverty at RoshawnWatson.com. What does it mean to be poor in America?
PK from DQYDJ.NET wonders if people with more money have more leisure. You might be surprised by his findings.
We give away Dave Ramsey’s book the Total Money Makeover by answering a simple audio quiz. Who is the person in the audio segment (hint: it’s a current or former person on the show).
And, of course, we can’t forget the roundtable team of Len Penzo, Dominique Brown and Carrie Smith who answer the questions: 1) What is your idea of a good coach (financial or otherwise); and 2) What’s going on in your financial life right now? We’ll talk planning, money surprises and refinancing during this segment.
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<> Open: Poverty in America, a discussion of Roshawn Watson’s Do Americans Know What Poverty Is?
<9:25> Fractional Cents w/ PK from DQYDJ.NET: The Cost of Leisure
<13:02> Let’s Give Something Away: Dave Ramsey’s classic book: The Total Money Makeover. Guess the name of the person in our soundclip. Send your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. One correct winner will win the book!
Topic #1: Let’s talk financial coaches. What are the characteristics of a good coach. Are you a good coach?
Topic #2: What’s going on in your personal financial house?
<37:28> Jeff Rose from GoodFinancialCents.com interview: Life Insurance Movement
<50:10> End of Show. Movies!
OG: Caddyshack (again) (Thumb up)
Joe: Hope Springs (Thumb up), The Red Violin on Netflix (Thumb Way Up), headed to see Bourne Legacy tonight.
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