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According to FastCompany, "the Stacking Benjamins podcast...strikes a great balance of fun and functional." Created live from Joe's mom's half-finished basement....you'll hear a parade of financial headlines, personal finance experts, creatives, and people with stories that inspire us. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG meet at the card table and bring you guests, trivia, your letters about saving, investing, and risk management, and much more. Academy of Podcast w ...
 
Hosts Joe Saul-Sehy from the Stacking Benjamins podcast and Bobbi Rebell CFP® from the Financial Grownup podcast break down the money headlines everyone is buzzing about- with a big twist. The show is recorded live in front of a Facebook Live audience, and they let the audience in on the action with their own comments and tips. Money lessons delivered with laughs.
 
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Retirees are often worried that they'll run out of cash--especially during a downturn in the financial markets. Today Joe and guest thought leader Danielle Kunkle Roberts tackle six different ways the Roanoke Times lists that retirees can leverage their possessions and skills. The good news: you can also use these tactics if you AREN'T retired.…
 
Mike Rosenfeld is what some people call boxer Jeison Rosario's "secret weapon." Boxing fan are fired up this week because Saturday features a title bout on Showtime between Jeison Rosario and Jermell Charlo, and today, Coach Mike joins us to share how he's worked with not just Jeison but with top professionals to bring energy, focus, and drive to w…
 
What are you doing to be best in class? What's your curriculum toward success? Why wouldn't you create your own personal MBA to achieve your goals? If you did, what would you study? Today we're going to help you sharpen the saw by welcoming Josh Kaufman, author of the Personal MBA, a book that came out 10 years ago (and now has a new 10th anniversa…
 
Today we begin with an ESPN story about minor league baseball but then talk about the fantastic climb of the career of Tate Frasier, host of the Pushin' Thru and Titus & Tate podcasts. Working your way through the media circus is difficult, and doesn't pay well. However, today Tate tells his story of climbing from high school valedictorian to colle…
 
Would you cut birthday parties, holiday get-togethers, attending work events, or giving gifts? How much would you cut to live a financially lean "simple life"? One Reddit user has taken these steps (and more!) in an attempt to stay on course. After our special surprise celebrity reader delivers today's piece, we'll ask our roundtable for their thou…
 
In a classic example of "risk vs. reward," the Big 10 Conference decided yesterday that it was time to join the conferences playing football. This is a complete reversal of their position a few months ago. Sports commentator Tate Frasier joins us to tackle how football coming back to the Midwest is just another analogy for what's going on with your…
 
How I Built This. It's the case-study story that Guy Raz, creator and host of NPR's How I Built This podcast, has been told many times. Today we'll flip the script on Guy and ask him: what led him to build his hit podcast? We don't stop there, we'll also get inside Guy's head and ask about some of the common themes among the stories he's heard. We'…
 
How many times have you lost and thought, "I'm going to learn to do better the next time, so I win." What did you learn specifically from losing? Author Mary Pilon asked the same question and put together an anthology on stories about epic losses that shines a spotlight on the struggle involved trying to reach the top of anything. If you're inspire…
 
Welcome to the happiest podcast on earth? Do you know where we stole that catchphrase from? If you do, you just might be a product of marketing. Companies spend millions of dollars each year trying to get you to remember their brand. Today we'll prove just how much we remember marketing with a game show episode where we slightly change the brand sl…
 
What happened to the sharing economy? The new work model promised to give workers flexibility and new income streams, while people with excess could share what they had with people looking for help. What it turned into is a different matter: lots of people earning below minimum wage, an over-saturation of workers all competing for the same prime ho…
 
The royal couple is taking a new step toward financial independence by inking a deal with the streaming service. Bobbi and guest co-host Jamila Souffrant of Journey to launch discuss the lessons we can all learn from their move away from their original paths to a more deliberate journey.By Joe Saul-Sehy, Bobbi Rebell / Westwood One Podcast Network
 
Ever wish you had better habits? Whether you're not getting out of bed for that morning run, or you stay up too late before an important meeting in the morning, or you can't stop breaking the budget - we've all asked ourselves, "why did I do that AGAIN?" Dr. Joseph Cardillo, best-selling author of multiple books on the intersection of mindfulness a…
 
The CEO of LL Bean recently reported that winter supplies for outdoor fun are already selling out. It appears we're going from a society that barely thinks about what to have for lunch to one that's beginning to plan ahead. We'll chat about short term goals, keeping a positive mindset AND holding on to your money on today's episode featuring HeyMon…
 
The one and only Scott Alan Turner from Financial Rockstar podcast joins the fun this week. He, Len Penzo and Joe tackle financial insecurity, mortgages and horrible Valentine's gifts. Also, we're ending our Rewind week with some pretty special segments. Check out our original show notes below: At the halfway point we have a great visit with Thomas…
 
Major US airlines all cut one of the most hated fees in the industry: the ticket change fee. While American Airline's CEO says it was done with the customer in line, does that really hold water? Pete the Planner joins Joe for a wide-ranging discussion on airlines, horrible fees, and how to treat the people you're negotiating with to remove fees on …
 
What does your financial dream house look like? Financial planner Greg Powell says that he always has trouble convincing people to complete a financial plan because it sounds like a ton of work. But a financial dream house? That’s a much easier sell, and he’s going to help you sell yourself on that concept in today’s episode. We’ll talk about where…
 
Most of us have been at home a lot more than normal, which led us to realize that this week may be high time for a discussion about "stuff." Too many of us have too much clutter. Clutter not just in our house, but in our minds, in our thoughts, and in our goals. That's why today's episode is super important to us. Happy rewind week! While Joe and O…
 
Stars are increasingly getting into new products. Recently, Cameron Diaz teamed up with a partner to bring a white wine to market. What do reviewers think? It ain't pretty. We'll share thoughts on today's episode along with some takeaways about how to think about a "new career" on today's show.By Joe Saul-Sehy, Bobbi Rebell / Westwood One Podcast Network
 
Big houses, fast cars, and flashy boats... are we all destined to hit the "what do I really want with life anyway" crisis? While everyone's therapy comes in different forms, does it have to mean burning obscene amounts of cash budgeted for things like, "life savings" just to reclaim your life? On today's show we'll share what YOU can do when you're…
 
Thanks to regulators and lawmakers, 401(k) plans now can include new options like private equity funds. How does this help your retirement (or DOES it help your retirement)? Is this better or worse than the last time lawmakers messed with retirement plans, making annuity options legal? Paula Pant from Afford Anything joins Joe to tackle the expandi…
 
What does it take to work as a Hollywood designer for major rock and roll bands? Lindsay Hearts started with a sewing machine at age 16, worked her way up to fashion week in New York, and finally decided it was time to make a move to reach her dream: creating a brand of her own in LA. She moved west with the goal of NOT working for someone else, bu…
 
Charles Duhigg is a guy who knows a lot about habits. His book on the topic was on the New York Times bestseller list forever, his second book is also a bestseller, and now he has a new podcast called "How To!" that talks about the habits needed to perform specific tasks. Want to be funnier? Lose weight? Get a promotion? He covers it. Today we cove…
 
We’re super happy to present to you this year’s Plutus Award finalists. There are 30 categories this year and you’ll hear ALL of the commentary about these awards plus the complete rundown. Joining us for the award presentation are Harlan Landes, creator of the Plutus Awards, and Miranda Marquit from Planting Money Seeds AND Plutus Awards director.…
 
How can you become better with money? The good news: it's simple! The bad news? Just like anything else it will require a bit of work. Lucky for you, we're covering some of our favorite exercises (call them whatever you want if the word "exercise" isn't doing it for you) to make you better with your money. On that note, we want to give a big thanks…
 
Why does the NCAA deem other fall sports as too dangerous, while football marches on in many leagues around the USA? Joe and special guest Tate Frazier from the Pushin' Thru podcast discuss the NCAA, big money, and the unpaid players who bring in the cash, on today's show.By Joe Saul-Sehy, Bobbi Rebell / Westwood One Podcast Network
 
Looking to save more cash, but don't know where to look? Today we welcome Dan Ariely, Chief Behavioral Economist with Qapital, and professor and expert on psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University. According to Dan, the best strategy may not necessarily be about adding more cash to your bottom line but reprioritizing the money you alre…
 
The presidential election is three months away, but some traders are preparing for the possibility that prolonged political uncertainty will stoke stock-market mayhem, according to a recent Wall Street Journal story. Bobbi and guest co-host Harlan Landes explain the unique factors driving the market during this election season and the best ways to …
 
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