Synopsis & Review of 'The Dumb Things Smart People do with Their Money – 13 Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs” by Jill Schlesinger.
Book Reviews by Digital Amrit
Synopsis & Review of 'The Dumb Things Smart People do with Their Money – 13 Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs” by Jill Schlesinger' - which looks at the blindspots that even smart people have when it comes to money. If you liked this review, you can support me on Patreon and/or by buying this book through the following affiliate links. Amazon India Amazon UK Amazon US You can read the review here Digital Amrit. Reviewed, Edited & Narrated by Viji
So you've learned that it's important to save. You've picked a mutual fund or an exchange traded fund, and now you're pouring some money in. What should you know next? Today we'll chat with CBS Business Analyst and host of the Jill on Money show, Jill Schlesinger. We'll talk about investment fees, better diversification, what's MOST important when you're investing, and more. Get ready for some investing talk because today class is in session!Making coffee is great, but the real easy money-maker? Holding other people's money. During today's headlines we'll explain how the giant coffee chain Starbucks it padding a huge part of their bottom budget with YOUR cash. Plus, financial giant LPL is stopping some of their advisors from using a Morningstar product. Is this a case of big brother overstepping? Hardly! We'll talk about how advisors work and the role of oversight on today's show.During the Haven Life Line, Jordan calls in with a question that I think will resonate with more than a few listeners. Jordan will be working from home for the foreseeable future due to COVID. His car has been collecting dust in the garage. Jordan asks: would it be sensible for him to sell his car? Jordan's wife will still have her minivan.
Avoid These 13 Hidden Money Mistakes That Most People Make, with Jill Schlesinger
#275: Even the nerdiest of money nerds are susceptible to making a dumb financial mistake. “Nope, not me! There’s no way I make any financial mistakes. I live and breathe this stuff.” You’re not capable of making any financial mistakes? Even 'hidden' mistakes, like having the wrong life insurance policy, not having an estate plan, or listening to the wrong ‘experts'? Exactly. Jill Schlesinger, author of The Dumb Things Smart People Do With Their Money, sets the record straight on 13 things you shouldn't do with your hard-earned cash. For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode275
Smart People Do Dumb Things with Their Money with Jill Schlesinger #211
How to Money
We’ve all made some financial mistakes, but hopefully through reading, listening to podcasts, and learning from our previous mistakes, we can move forward and make smarter moves with our money. That’s what we’re covering during this interview. Our guest today is Jill Schlesinger who is an on-air CBS News Business Analyst who covers the economy as she guides people through their personal financial decisions. Jill is a Certified Financial Planner and also the author of the book "The Dumb Things Smart People do with Their Money". In this interview we spend some time talking about a lot of those dumb things, and we also dive into how Jill got her start in all things money.During this interview we enjoyed a Wedge Salad by Green Bench Brewing that we picked up on a recent ‘work’ bike ride! And as we have ramped up the podcast with an additional Friday episode every week, we could really use your help to spread the word- let friends and family know about How to Money! Hit the share button, subscribe if you’re not already a regular, and give us a quick review in Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us to spread the word to get more people doing smart things with their money in these difficult times!Best friends out! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Countdown to 2020: What Did 2018 Teach Us About Money? (with Jill Schlesinger)
The Stacking Benjamins Show
Jill Schlesinger gave us her top money lessons at the end of 2018, and we still think they're pretty great lessons to keep in mind a year later. We'll start the episode with a special open, and then dive into our show with Jill. Enjoy!
Countdown to 2020: What Should We Have Learned in 2015 (with Jill Schlesinger)
The Stacking Benjamins Show
CBS Business Analyst and host of the wildly popular Jill On Money Show, Jill Schlesinger joins us in the basement to recap 2015. What should we have learned? She'll have five lessons from events of the past twelve months. Joe & OG share headlines and take your letters, including one asking about "too big to fail" and another asking about multi-level marketing schemes. Should our listener take a "free" plan from an MLM company rep?
The Pursuit of Finances and Fun with Jill Schlesinger (EP.67)
The Rational Reminder Podcast
From a trader on Wall Street to a financial advisor with her own firm, our guest today, Jill Schlesinger, has accumulated a lifetime of knowledge in the investing and financial world. Today she is a household name and well-known media personality, appearing on a variety of CBS shows and hosting her own podcast called Jill on Money. But she is far more than an investment expert: she also has a ton of insight into people’s emotional and psychological responses to money, sharing with listeners those areas that people tend to struggle with most when it comes to their financial lives. Jill also weighs in on the current talk about the inverted yield curve and the coming recession and gives her educated opinion about money in marriage, DIY investing, robo-advisors, buying versus renting and the FIRE movement. Be sure to join in our conversation! Key Points From This Episode: Common blind spots that cause smart people to make poor financial decisions. [0:03:33.1] Starting off as a trader and learning how different trading and investing are. [0:05:09.1] A balanced perspective on the inverted yield curve and the predicted recession. [0:08:11.1] Understanding that investing is half science, half art. [0:12:10.1] Couples who think differently about money and teaching the younger generation. [0:17:06:1] Weighing up DIY investing and acquiring the services of a financial advisor. [0:21:11.1] Robo-advisors and the mass democratization of financial management. [0:25:46.1] Thoughts on whether to buy or rent a home and the FIRE Movement. [0:28:26.1] Interviewing Julie Andrews and a perspective on what it means to be successful. [0:35:50.1] And much more!
401: Uncloseting Your Money Story – Jill Schlesinger
Life (UN)Closeted: LGBTQ & Heterosexual Coming Out Stories & Advice for coming out of life's closets!
Money, money, money, money. We all want it, love it, hate it when we don’t have it and we sure have our own wicked versions of our money story – good or bad. For some it can be a frightening nightmare what money does to their person. For others it is just a fun little…
#977 - Jill Schlesinger on Why Smart People Make Dumb Money Moves
The BIGG Success Show
#977 - We talk with CBS business analyst Jill Schlesinger, who shares highlights from her new book, Why Smart People Make Dumb Money Moves. This show is sponsored by: The Financial Freedom Tool http://financialfreedomtool.com Jill Schlesinger on Why Smart People Make Dumb Money Moves https://biggsuccess.com/?page_id=11140 Thanks for listening! - George aka "The Professor" & Mary-Lynn