Rank #1: How's Gaby Doing? (w/ Gaby Dunn's friends & family)
For the finale of Season 4, Gaby gets personal and explores the big changes of the last 3 years with help from her comedy partner Allison Raskin, her sister Cheyanne Dunn, her former producer Sam Dingman, and her parents Marc and Caryn. She gets their honest assessment of how she's doing...unpacks all sorts of family drama... and talks about what she'd do if she got really rich.
This episode is sponsored by StitchFix and Reset Retirement.
Rank #2: Jagged Little Bills
Rank #3: Gaby Gets Her Head Examined (aka Plan Bay)
Rank #4: What Is A Stock?
Rank #5: Myths and Grossly Inaccurate Labels (aka "Millennials")
Rank #6: I'm the Prius
Rank #7: The High of the Buy (aka Shopping Addiction)
Rank #8: What If You're F*cked? (aka No, Seriously - What Then?)
Rank #9: Charge It To The Game
Rank #10: Exes Hold 'Em
Rank #11: The New American Dream
Rank #12: Difficult Bitch
Rank #13: Goodbye Depression, Hello Pound Puppies
Rank #14: Broke Millennial Takes on Investing (w/ Erin Lowry)
Gaby wades into the scary waters of investing with the help of the "Broke Millennial" - aka Erin Lowry. She talks about how to take the first step with investing, breaks down some of the tricky terminology, explores how to stick to your principles when investing your money, and explains why language really matters when it comes to investing... not SAVING... for retirement. Her new book is called "Broke Millennial Takes On Investing: A Beginner's Guide to Leveling Up Your Money."
Rank #15: Student Loan Advice from NJ Secretary of Higher Ed Zakiya Smith Ellis
Gaby talks to education superstar Zakiya Smith Ellis, a millennial who's also the Secretary of Higher Education for New Jersey. They talk about how college debt has gotten so out of hand...making community college free... the tricky things universities do to make students feel like they're getting a "deal" on tuition... and the freedom of giving up on a "dream school".
Rank #16: Earning That Private Island (w/ Suze Orman)
Gaby faces off with fellow queer money lady Suze Orman, to learn about how Suze got her start and eventually became one of the most successful financial gurus of our time. They talk about the basics of saving, about financial abuse, and about the sportfishing Suze enjoys... on her own private island.
Additional music courtesy of https://soundcloud.com/atlasorchestra