Episode 22: Working the System

After some time off, a move (L), and a partial pivot  to  video (J), the Financial Flipside Podcast is back! For our first episode of 2020, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about a goal that heads up so many of our lists of New Year’s re [...]

The Financial Flipside Podcast, Episode 21: Stick To Sports

  Today we’re giving you a peek behind the scenes with an episode about one of our favorite pre-show topics: college sports [note: we’re both dyed-in-the-wool Duke fans. What can we say? The idea of your college as “the mother of your so [...]

Episode 20: Black Capitalism or, I’m a Business, Man

A close up of an eye from a $100 bill. Photo by Vladislav Reshetnyak from Pexels “Gentrify your own ‘hood before these people do it/Claim eminent domain and have your people move in/ That’s a small glimpse into what Nipsey was doing/ For anybody sti [...]

Episode 19: Housing Things

As of May 2019, the average price of a new house in the US was $377,200, a price that will buy you, on average, an apartment’s worth of space for every member of your household. Alongside expanding house sizes and the proliferation of luxury condos [...]

Episode 18: Looking Back: A Tax Season Wrap-Up

 Photo by rawpixel.com from Pexels The first tax season after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was full of surprises. When the IRS published its weekly filing statistics during the last week of tax season , the numbers confirmed what many tax [...]

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