b&b157 Survivorship Bias or How to Reverse-Engineer Success on a Financial

If I did it, so can you. That phrase sound familiar? If you just work harder, if you only wanted it more, if only... Survivorship Bias can be dangerous. Hard work is definitely…
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b&b156 Avocado Toast and 20 other things you don’t have to give up

We've heard it all before: Millennials and their —insert trendy item here— Whether it's persistent judgment from older generations or a few hypocritical criticisms from other millennials (I'm calling you out Tomi…
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b&b155 CFED cohorts Chinese Mutual Aid Association

We took the show on the road to Chi-Town, where we got to speak with Margaret Smith, the Youth Program Manager, and Dennis Mondero, the Executive Director, of the Chinese Mutual Aid…
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b&b154 How the AHCA will affect your wallet

Trumpcare, the inevitable topic that we all need to discuss. What are the benefits, if aNashville, and how will this bill ultimately affect each and every one of us, especially communities of…
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b&b153 The Cost of Convenience

We see convenience not only as a nicety but an expectation, an entitlement. Has paying for convenience been taken too far? (Amazon, food delivery, Uber/Lyft, dry cleaning, resume writing, etc.,) Our love…
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b&b152 Bomopregha Julius on why you need an estate plan to end generational poverty

What happens after we die? Estate planning, Trusts, Wills—these are things we associate with the wealthy, but do matter even after we're gone. For this episode, we were able to talk to…
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