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PB35: The Money Speakeasy ft. Wilson Muscadin

“It was all a dream. We used to read Word Up! Magazine…” Technically, none of that applies here since we actually met Wilson at FinCon2016, but it was a dream! After a great master mind conversation with Wilson and other like-minded individuals on the daunting financial future Millennials face and why ownership of our personal finance needs to increase, we knew we had to have him on the show. We weren’t disappointed! This episode discusses:

  • “A credit card is a plastic loan”
  • Financial Infidelity and how you and your significant other can avoid it
  • The unique investing “headwinds” Millennials need to consider for our generation
  • Inflation and how it should impact your investment priorities, “Your dollar is less valuable tomorrow than it is today.”

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  1. Hey this podcast really opened my eyes on something as far as investing and saving also looking in to the different benefits my job may offer thanks guys for all your help love the show!!!!!

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