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

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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


 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


 2021-08-06  35m

Big Announcement! Please Listen.

News alert: I’m licensing SO MONEY to CNET, the world’s biggest platform dedicated to tech and consumer news and advice. Also as part of our partnership, I’ll be joining CNET”s team as Editor-at-Large of Personal Finance. It’s a dream collaboration and we have BIG plans.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 2021-08-04  9m

1235: Financial Advice for Low and Middle-Income Americans with Stephanie Kibler, Founder of

Stephanie Kibler came onto the online personal finance scene in 2007 (when it was still called a "blogosphere") and was one of its first voices for low-income millennials and young women with her blog, Poorer Than You. Stephanie started her personal finance journey as a film school dropout in a rust belt city heading into the Great Recession...


 2021-08-04  37m

1234: Money and Dating Rules with Sami Wunder, Relationship Expert

We are exploring love and money on the show today with the leading international dating and relationship coach Sami Wunder. We’ll talk about some of the power dynamics that come into play in modern day, hetero relationships. Why it’s important to strive for equality in your partnership but the rules are different when dating…Sami has interesting perspective about who should pay, who should be more the pursuer…and why...


 2021-08-02  36m

1233: Ask Farnoosh: Is the 4% Rule Legit? How Much Should I *Really* Withdraw in Retirement?

This week’s Ask Farnoosh includes questions about the 4% withdrawal rule of thumb many retirement planning experts promote and whether it still applies if you’re considering on retiring early. Also: how much to invest in my company’s stock? Farnoosh also shares her some of her all-time fave podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 2021-07-30  33m

1232: Impact Investing and How to Align Your Portfolio with Your Values

Guest Janine Firpo brings advice on how to create a values-driven investment strategy. She is a seasoned values-aligned investor and social innovator, with a long history of working at the intersection of women and their money. Her book, Activate Your Money: Invest to Grow Your Wealth and Build a Better World, was a collaborative effort with almost 150 women...


 2021-07-28  37m

1231: Actress and Author Annabelle Gurwitch on Financial Fragility and Adapting to Midlife

Actor, activist and author Annabelle Gurwitch joins to discuss her latest bestselling book, You're Leaving When? Adventures in Downward Mobility. The book is a collection of raw and honest essays that capture the issues Gurwitch grapples with in midlife, from divorce to financial fragility. As the Library Journal says, "Gurwitch’s perspective on both the major and the mundane will be relatable to anyone who understands how the American Dream has devolved into a fever dream...


 2021-07-26  38m

1230: Ask Farnoosh: Should I Get Remarried if it Means Giving Up My Ex's Social Security Benefits?

On this week's Ask Farnoosh: a listener is considering remarrying, however, it would mean losing out on her ex husband's social security benefits. What's the right move? Also: rules around inherited IRAs and benefits to 457b plans. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


 2021-07-23  30m

1229: Tackling $650,000 in Student Loan Debt

Imagine having $650,000 in debt? What would be your game plan? Amber Masters joins to talk about how she and her husband plan to squash their massive student loan debt (mostly from his schooling) and how, along the way, she's building an app to help others become debt free. More about Amber: She is an attorney turned entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of the app, Paidback, which makes debt payoff simple and fun. While practicing as an attorney, Amber created the website deeplyindebt...


 2021-07-21  35m