Should financial bloggers and financial podcasters who tout that they're "retired" share the WHOLE story with their audience? Plus, if they're managing a successful blog or podcast, how "retired" are they actually? Additionally....does it matter to a reader or listener if the writer/podcaster is actually retired, if their information is on point? We'll tackle a great article on this topic from Tanja Hester from the Our Next Life blog with our special guest, CFP Dana Anspach from SensibleMoney.com.
We'll also say hello to Tiller CEO Peter Polson in our Friday FinTech segment, who shares some BIG changes to his company's spreadsheet budgeting and money tracking apps. Then we'll answer a question from a listener about investing, worry over Doug's trivia, and more.
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