PB38: Just the Tip

Rich and Marcus return this week with a Money Minute tip and This Week in Work. This is a classic Paychecks and Balances episode. Help us, help you make your money great again! On this show we discuss:

  • Budgeting Sucks: Here’s how “just the tip” or 20% can help you make your budget and savings needs worry free
  • Tips for dividing your savings goals into Conservative; Moderate; and Aggressive
  • Why finding a mentor both at work and outside of work can separate you from the crowd and make your professional life easier
  • “Let me connect you to” – the key phrase that separates friends from mentors and coaches


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