So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Host Farnoosh Torabi is an award-winning financial strategist, TV host and bestselling author. So Money brings inspiring money strategies and stories straight from today's top business minds, authors and influencers. What was their financial journey and how do they master their money today? Hear from inspiring individuals and learn about their financial philosophies, wins, failures and habits. Plus, their secret guilty pleasures. On Fridays, tune in as Farnoosh answers your biggest questions about money, career, guests, you name it. Submit your question for Farnoosh at www.SoMoneyPodcast.com.

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899: Ask Farnoosh: Besides salary, what else is negotiable at work?


Negotiating a salary and other benefits, savings "rules" and finding a financial planner are among some of the question on the latest Ask Farnoosh.


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898: Susan McPherson, Corporate Responsibility Expert


"There’s so many ethical questions and, you know, we're seeing this being being discussed at the top of all sorts of social platforms now, right? And then, you know, The New York Times this past weekend did that, you know, did their annual study showing what you know CEO compensation is as compared to the lowest paid workers, and it's atrocious...


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896: Ask Farnoosh: How do I best combine finances with my spouse?


This Friday, lots of questions about best ways to invest for retirement and steps for co-mingling finances with a partner. I recently got married and we've been together for 10 years. We have built our lives together, but still have separate bank accounts. We are now talking about combining some money to create a household accountt. He uses a credit union, I use a bank...


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895: Liz Dennery Sanders, Founder of SheBrand


Why do you love some of your favorite brands? Is it because of their funny commercials, the fact that they give back, or because they truly care about their customers?

And, what can companies - big or small - do to convey their brand accurately? How can they make sure their message is getting across? As an individual, what is YOUR personal brand?

Today’s guest is an expert on branding, especially for women...


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894: Sophia Parsa, Entrepreneur and Founder of Mountain Gate


"My relationship with money is money comes and money goes. For me, it’s not the point of success. It’s important for me to be financially stable and it’s important for me to be making a lot of money, but it’s not what I consider personal success.” 

Sophia Parsa is a tech co-founder, Forbes 30 under 30 honoree and a very accomplished entrepreneur...


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893: Ask Farnoosh: Do student loans need to be paid off after the borrower passes away?


Financial expert Megan Gorman co-hosts with Farnoosh Torabi to provide answers to your latest money questions.

Do student loans need to be paid off after the borrower passes away? Any pros or cons to transferring debt to a lower rate loan?
How to manage money in your relationship?
How much stock exposure is safe for someone in their 60's?

 
 


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Bonus Ask Farnoosh: Better to save for grad school or retirement?


This is a special bonus episode of Ask Farnoosh with co-host Joe Benvenuto, a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) who manages two of Charles Schwab’s branches in the Bay Area--Menlo Park and Sunnyvale, California. Joe has been in the financial services industry for more than 10 years. Prior to that, he served as an Infantry Officer in the United States Army.

Topics covered: retirement saving, grad school, auto-rebalancing your portfolio and managing a windfall...


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892: Karen Rinaldi, Author of (It's Great to) Suck at Something


"By sucking at surfing, I was able to get over my fear of public humiliation, right? Because when you surf, you are surfing where everyone can see you wipeout and miss waves. I got really used to being okay with that. Then I realized I could apply that to my writing. I started sharing my writing more as I got accustomed to that and thinking, “Well, the worst thing that happens is somebody sees my writing and they don't like it,” right? I mean, I’ll be okay with that...


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