Talk Wealth to Me

Talk Wealth to Me

DebtWave Credit Counseling and the San Diego Financial Literacy Center present Talk Wealth To Me: The safe-space podcast where we chat about anything and everything related to personal finance. Hosted by Chase Peckham, Felipe Arevalo, and Katie Utterback, Talk Wealth To Me is for anyone and everyone who wants to better their financial situation and improve their financial education.

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July 23, 2021 36 min

The daughter of immigrant parents growing up in Minnesota, Nora Ali grew up thirsty for knowledge and opportunity. Today the Talk Wealth To Me guys sit down with Nora about the launching of a new media venture as well as her incredible path leading up to it.

Nora was most recently an anchor on Cheddar, a business and technology-focused news network which broadcasts live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and its other stu...

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The word invest can be a source of anxiety for some as they get further down the road of life because they know they should. But... how and what should I invest my hard earned money in? In today's world there are so many options but what is right for you? Today's guest Kyle Woodley the Senior Investing Editor for Kiplinger.com explains some of the options we have and what might be the best options for you.

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It’s hard to find a show that has had a greater cultural impact on American life than the 90s television sitcom "Friends." From “The Rachel” haircut, to the holiday armadillo, “Smelly Cat”, and even the “I’ll Be There for You” theme song, "Friends" is a show that continues to feel relevant and relatable – even though it’s been more than a decade since the finale aired in May 2004! So relatable that the Talk Wealth t...

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It all started with a tweet... Music, movies, sports and other live and entertainment  events are big business and a lot of people are passionate about them; willing to shell out large amounts of money to experience. Some argue that it is financially irresponsible to spend hard earned money on such experiences. This is obviously subjective so we here at Talk Wealth to Me thought this is a great subject to discuss as this tweet is a...

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Once upon a time we knew if we saw a billboard, heard a commercial on television or the radio, that we were being advertised to spend money on a new product or a new brand. But over the past few decades, advertisers noticed that pop culture influences us more than these traditional ads. So, they made a change.

 With the use of “influencers,” product placement, and targeted social media ads, we now view ads for the latest and greates...

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If you have listened to this podcast often you know that we bring up budgeting in some way in just about every episode. This is because creating a spending plan (budget) is crucial to the health of your finances, especially if you are trying to pay back debt that you accumulated earlier in your life. This doesn't mean that you have to do without completely though. In this episode Chase and Phil discuss how you can create that p...

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"Want to go to the concert next weekend?" "Hey let's go to dinner". " Happy Birthday, here's a trip to Hawaii." In life we can all find ourselves financially at different places than others, including friends and family. This can cause anxiety and feelings of inadequacy because we may not be able to afford the same things as our friends or family. The holidays, birthdays, weddings, you name it, we al...

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Wedding season is right around the corner and this season could see a record number of nuptials as we come out of the pandemic. Last year so many weddings were postponed as we couldn't get together to celebrate two lives coming together as we normally would.  Weddings for some people are the biggest days of some people's lives. It can be a huge cost for the couple and their immediate families. This week the crew discusses a...

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Summertime feels like childhood! School is almost out and the kids will be off for the summer months and sometimes to parents chagrin. But it also means fun, sun, and lemonade stands. It also means barbecues and outdoor activities and after a year in which most of us didn't leave the house it means reconnecting with friends and family and travel. Summer doesn't mean you have to bust your budget however and the TWTM crew dis...

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The cost of putting children in organized sports is a bit out of control and has been for a while according to Kids Play USA Foundation. The biggest cost being general participation fees that can range from $50 to $1,000 and depending on where you live, a lot more. It also ranges from the league and sport with which they participate. Then you throw in the equipment and it can easily run in the thousands of dollars in certain cases,...

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Credit reports are one of the most misunderstood and popular topics  we talk about on almost an everyday basis. Debt collections could be a close second but both can bring a lot of stress and anxiety. We as consumers have rights yet most of us have no idea what those are. Taylor Kosla, a consumer right attorney and Partner at Agruss Law Firm in Chicago, Illinois  joined the crew to break down all the walls and misconceptions that a...

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The American dream...A number of episodes back we spoke to real estate and lending experts (#078 Real Estate & Lending in a Pandemic and Beyond with Kelly Kline & Tyler Hagerla) to discuss the wild and crazy 2020 and what 2021 and beyond could look like for the residential real estate market. This week we sit down and shoot the financial $h!t with our very own Katie Utterback. Katie and her husband A.J. just recently closed...

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This week we touch on a subject that is quite disturbing. Seniors have long been taken advantage of, and quite frankly, are the prey for scams. There are many reasons for this and Mitchell Freedman, a longtime CPA and financial professional, is an expert on the subject. He sits down with us to talk about his life's work to raise awareness about financial elder abuse and how to protect those we love. 

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As everyone knows we are still in the midst of a pandemic, but as vaccines make their way through our communities and the economy opens back up, we can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Could we possibly get back to normal? What is normal, though? It has been reported that Americans paid off more consumer debt this past year than any on record, almost 83 billion dollars according to cnbc.com. Though job loss was reported nati...

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Death and taxes., the two absolutes for every citizen in the U.S. and most other countries around the world. In the U.S. April 15 is usually a big day, the last day to file your taxes for the previous years earnings. For some tax time is one we don't look forward to to as we have to make out a check to Uncle Sam and possibly the State we live in. But for a lot of people it is a celebration! They are due a... REFUND! Woo hoo! Bu...

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When people hear the term economics they often think of graphs and a very confusing course they took in high school or college. But is that really what it is? We sit down with Dr. Jim Charkins, who likely cares more about economics and economics instruction than anyone we've met. He is the Economics Professor Emeritus and Director for Economics Education, California State University, San Bernardino, serves on many boards includ...

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There are many different ways to convey financial information to youth but it can be difficult to explain how so many financial realities are based on decision making. Well there is one program out there that is letting students make those decisions before they are real!

This week the gang sits down with Tena Lazano, the executive director of the Richard Myles Johnson (RMJ) Foundation, Tena is responsible for leading the Foundation,...

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What an incredible year it has been. We passed the one year anniversary of the pandemic shutting down life as we know it. So many things changed in our daily lives: businesses and schools going remote, working from home, and layoffs and furloughs. In the beginning banks and lenders were giving homeowners an option for forbearance if they faced financial hardship. No one knew how this was going to affect the housing market. It has b...

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As we just passed the one-year anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic changing our lives, we thought we would reflect on the past year. The financial and personal repercussions were many. We faced difficult situations, but also saw good in others and found some interesting surprises. Everyone faced challenges, yet through it all we found the human spirit is strong and resilient. People helped each other out both financially and emoti...

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This week the Talk Wealth To Me crew sits down with Daniel Romero, director of the San Diego Military Family Collaborative (SDMFC) and the Dads Corps - two programs within the incredible nonprofit organization SAY San Diego. We discuss the many struggles that military families and veterans incur through their military and post-military careers including personal financial difficulties due to high cost of living (especially on the c...

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