Joe Saul-Sehy wants you to learn about money, but he doesn’t want you to think you’re learning anything.
The running joke on Stacking Benjamins is that you won’t learn anything about money by listening to the show, and if you do learn something, you should keep it to yourself.
Joe figured out a way to make personal finance fun and entertaining, and somehow got over 130,000 people to subscribe to the Stacking Benjamins podcast along the way.
But Joe’s history with money is not all sunshine and roses. He’s made his share of money mistakes over the years and that’s what makes him so effective as a host of a personal finance podcast.
I’m very happy to have Joe on the show and I’m flattered that he has invited me to be on the infamous Stacking Benjamins roundtable coming up on a Friday sometime in the next few months.
Joe joined me from Detroit, Michigan to share his personal finance story.
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