Avsnittet publicerades: 12/4/2019
#61: John Morrow, a 69 year old retiree from Lakeland, Florida, comes on the show to chat about his financial regrets - including the fact that he’s now relying on a tiny pension and meager Social Security benefits after squandering his 401k funds on multi level marketing companies.
He chats about what it means to live at the U.S. poverty level since his wife passed, the biggest financial regrets he’s had, what he’s doing to take responsibility for his actions now and what he wishes the younger generation learns from his story.
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Money is taboo. We’d rather discuss our sex lives or religious beliefs than our finances. Yet by not talking about something as powerful and important as money, we have nowhere to share our fears, insecurities, hopes and wants. Host Sarah Li-Cain wants to make money more approachable by having frank and honest conversations. Each episode, her and her guests candidly discuss a topic at the intersection of money and life. It becomes a space where wins, failures, happiness, shame and everything in between gets its turn. To learn more, go to http://www.beyondthedollar.co