Eryn from Her Personal Finance is here to share her student loan debt knowledge! From what to do with your loan during this little-to-zero interest relief period and how the Biden administration might tackle student debt forgiveness, to why student loan debt has become such a massive burden for young adults and tips to pay … Continued
Why is compound interest called “the 8th wonder of the world”? In this episode, I break down what compound interest really is, skip the boring stuff (like math), and share some examples so that we understand why everyone’s always talking about compound interest and why it’s important to help grow our money.
Money Muse Stephanie Xenos joins this episode to break down what happened with the stock market in 2020 and what would have happened if you consistently invested throughout the year. She also shares the importance of investing without emotion, the power of automated investing, and how a lack of confidence is holding women back from … Continued
What’s the deal with money and happiness? The concept of happiness and its relation to money (or lack thereof) is something that has been studied for years. In this episode, we’ll dive into some of those studies to attempt to decipher if, and how, money can make us happier. Or not.
My tax accountant, Allen Walbert, is here to help demystify taxes. If you work from home, can you write off your internet bill? (No) Do you need to pay taxes on your side hustle? WTF are quarterly taxes, and what’s the best way to keep track of business expenses? At what point is a tax … Continued
The Millennial Money Woman, aka Fiona, is back and we’re talking about money goals! She shares her tips on setting financial priorities, breaking them out into short, mid, and long-term goals, and how to tackle each of them – like when to invest or put the money into a high-yield savings account. It’s time to … Continued
Welcome to Season 2 of Ms. Money Moves! I go over my latest money moves (like paying of all of my credit card debt and beginning an emergency fund), my 2021 financial goals, and other updates like upcoming guests and my new website: moneywithmegumi.com! Don’t forget to follow me at my new handle on Instagram … Continued
In the season finale, I talk about how my finances and money management mindset changed this year, from paying down credit card debt to buying a new car, and what money moves I’ll be making in 2021. Don’t forget to subscribe, leave a 5-star review, and follow me on Twitter and Instagram @megumismisson to get … Continued
What exactly does a financial advisor do? When do you need one? How do you find a good one? Rob Carrigg – a Certified Financial Planner, founder of Carrigg Wealth Advisors, and named one of New Hampshire’s top financial advisors by publications such as Forbes – joins this episode to answers all of those questions … Continued
The Millennial Money Woman joins this episode to share her budgeting guidelines, how she makes budgeting fun (wine is involved), and how to save for both retirement and recreation. As a Certified Financial Planner with a Master’s in Personal Financial Planning, she also knows that becoming a millionaire is not as impossible as it sounds. … Continued
Originally from Tokyo, Japan, Megumi Smisson is a current Angeleno who has previously lived in New York and San Francisco. After graduating from New York University, she worked in entertainment marketing before pursuing a career as an actor. After getting some TV, commercial, and hosting experience under her belt along with years of waiting tables, Megumi returned to the corporate world as an international marketing professional. Throughout her multicultural upbringing, corporate experience, and creative endeavors, Megumi has learned above all else the importance of financial knowledge for anyone all across the world.