So Money with Farnoosh Torabi

Host Farnoosh Torabi is Editor at Large of CNET Personal Finance, 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. One day, hear an intimate money conversation with industry greats like Queen Latifah or Margaret Cho, another day learn about the basics of cryptocurrency and its impact on our wallets. On Fridays, tune in as Farnoosh answers your most pressing questions about money, career, guests, all of it. Advice and insights, always delivered through a lens of equity, inclusivity and the changing world we live in. Listeners encouraged to share ideas and submit questions for Farnoosh at www.SoMoneyPodcast.com.

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1245: Ask Farnoosh: Financial Advice for Couples


This week's Ask Farnoosh covers money advice for couples, whether or not you need to buy life insurance, how to plan for long-term health costs and whether car insurance will pay for your disability costs in an accident. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


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1244: How to Save on Health Care and Medical Bills with Dan Weissmann


Guest Dan Weissmann is the host of the podcast An Arm and a Leg, where he takes one of the most enraging, terrifying, depressing aspects of American life—the cost of health care— and produce a show that's entertaining, empowering and useful. Topics discussed on today's show: How to negotiate your medical costs, securing health care when you leave a job, and the importance of shopping around for health care...


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1243: Dasha Kennedy, Financial Activist and Creator of The Broke Black Girl


Dasha Kennedy is the creator of the award-winning financial advocacy group The Broke Black Girl. As a digital community leader and financial activist, she provides culturally competent and relevant financial literacy resources to over 70,000 African-American women to combat economic inequality. You can follow Dasha on Instagram and Twitter.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


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1242: Ask Farnoosh: What's the best way to quit my job right now?


Rounding out our weeklong discussion about how to quit, Farnoosh and guest expert Dan Schawbel, answer your questions related to resigning, searching for new work and affording a career transition. Dan is a New York Times bestselling author, Managing Partner of Workplace Intelligence and career expert whose conducted dozens of workplace studies in the past 10 years. His latest book is called Back to Human: How Great Leaders Create Connection in the Age of Isolation...


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 2021-08-20  46m
 
 

1241: How I Quit My Job with Tim Herrera, Former New York Times Editor


Our discussion around quitting and how to leave an unhappy job continues with our guest Tim Herrera, a freelance writer and editor who recently quit his post at The New York Times where he edited the service journalism section, Smarter Living for five years. There, he wrote and edited stories on personal finance, office culture and job satisfaction, mental health, digital privacy and more...


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 2021-08-18  32m
 
 

1240: Advice on How to Quit Your Job (And Afford It) with Jessica Carney, Host of And Then I Quit


We are dedicating the week to discussing all-things QUITTING, as an increasing number of Americans seek new career beginnings. A Microsoft survey of more than 30,000 global workers showed that 41% of workers were thinking about quitting or switching professions this year. In April more than four million people quit their jobs, according to the Department of Labor – the biggest jump on record. Economists and journalists dub this trend the ‘Great Resignation’...


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 2021-08-16  32m
 
 

1239: Ask Farnoosh: 55% of Budget Goes to Rent. Help!


This week's Ask Farnoosh touches on the realities of a high-cost of living city and how to make ends meet. Also, how to come up with a mortgage to buy a second home (if you don't want to yet sell your first home and use the equity towards the down payment?) Plus: Is it wise to pay of high-interest credit card debt with a 401(k)? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


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 2021-08-13  36m
 
 

1238: Ramit Sethi on love and money and his new podcast, I Will Teach You To Be Rich


Financial expert and bestselling author Ramit Sethi joins Farnoosh to share insights from his latest endeavor: the I Will Teach You To Be Rich podcast, where he unveils real stories about love & money from behind closed doors.  We discuss the unbelievable financial perils from real guests on his new show, how to find common ground with a partner who's on a different financial wave length and why defining your Rich Life can help you grow a stronger relationship...


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 2021-08-11  34m
 
 

1237: Congressman and Civil Rights Activist John Lewis and His Reflections on Courage, Activism and Money


Best-selling author Kabir Sehgal joins to share insights from the new book he co-authored with family friend, the late Congressman John Lewis called “Carry On: Reflections for a New Generation." In the book, we learn about Lewis' final reflections on topics including courage, activism and money, which can help guide the next generation. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


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 2021-08-09  31m
 
 

1236: Ask Farnoosh: What Will Licensing So Money to CNET Mean?


Dedicating today's episode to answering some of your questions about the podcast's recent licensing partnership with CNET and what it may mean for the show and our coverage. Also, we welcome Sharon Profis, CNET's Executive Editor & Senior Director of Content, who will work closely with our team there to drive the personal finance division. She'll discuss what's on tap and what we can look forward to at CNET Personal Finance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices


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 2021-08-06  35m