MONEY what do the Federal Government shutdown and the Los Angeles teachers' strike tell us about money? Tom tells you all about it!
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MONEY Tom gives you step-by-step instructions on how to get your money act together in 2019. Also, Tom answers a flurry of your money emails!
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MONEY what are some things you can do for yourself financially as the new year begins? How many credit cards does one person need, anyway? Whose fault is when people live paycheck-to-paycheck? Tom answers these questions and more!
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MONEY didn't the guys at the Robinhood app announce checking and savings accounts with a 3% yield? Whatever happened to that? Also, Tom answers your email about whether lower-priced stocks are a better buy than higher-priced stocks, penny stocks, and whether it's a good idea to use the stock market to get rich quick.
Here is one of the articles Tom used to prepare for this episode: Robinhood lacked proper insurance so will change checking & savings feature.
Here's where to get those juicy money market yields Tom talks about: https://investor.vanguard.com/home/.
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MONEY young adult gals don't know what to do when their trade school (called a "college") suddenly goes out of business. Also, Tom answers your email including questions about money market funds, saving for a down payment on a house, and whether to insist on a written agreement when interviewing for a job.
Here is the article to which Tom refers on this episode: Students stunned after major for-profit college chain closes: 'They're taking our dreams away'
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MONEY for the first time, just for our subscribers, Tom reveals the names of many of the specific stocks that are paying him all those delicious dividends. Do you want to know which stocks will allow Tom to clear over $220,000 in dividends in 2018? Only our subscribers will know these names!
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MONEY what is "shorting" stocks or "shorting" the stock market? Can you do that? SHOULD YOU do that? How do you ask for a raise? How do you know how much to ask for? Tom answers your emailed questions about that and more!
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MONEY Is it a good idea to run a balance or pay a credit card late so you'll incur interest and therefore, hopefully, raise your credit score? Is peer-to-peer lending a good business model? Is it a good idea to have multiple IRA accounts in various banks and investment firms? Tom answers your email and brings you answers.
Here is the article Tom referred to regarding trying to build your credit by letting the balance ride: Millions of Americans Make a Costly Mistake When Paying Credit Card Bills.
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MONEY A benefit of Costco you've probably never used and that you may not even know about, Tom officially reaches an investing milestone, email from a listener who wants you to know what "fiduciary responsibilities" are, questions answered about 401(k)s and IRAs.
Links Tom refers to on this episode:
- The Costco Auto Program https://www.costcoauto.com
- The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors https://www.napfa.org
- The Vanguard Group www.vanguard.com
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MONEY MAIL: we were deluged with email after our first money podcast a week ago so, in this episode, Tom wades in and answers questions about how to devise a great career path (even if you already have a family and you still can't decide what you're really passionate about) , whether to sell Lowe's or Home Depot stock before the end of this storm season following a recent dip, whether to say "no" to family members lazier and less successful than you are who come looking for props for their bad spending decisions or for handouts, and more. During this episode, a letter writer references the book The Millionaire Next Door, which Tom has recommended many times over. Send your feedback and your money questions to Tom at firstname.lastname@example.org.