This week, one of the most acclaimed names in the world of personal finance journalism joins us to reflect on the events of 2020.
Farnoosh Torabi started covering personal finance in 2003 as a reporter for Money Magazine. She later became a correspondent for Jim Cramer’s The Street and the host of CNBC’s primetime show Follow the Leader. She’s the host of the award-winning So Money podcast and the author of several bestselling personal finance books, including When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women.
She’s a contributing editor to NextAdvisor, a personal finance platform in partnership with TIME, as well as a financial columnist to O, The Oprah Magazine and a contributing editor for Bloomberg Business.
She joins us to discuss how the events of 2020 have led to a great financial reckoning.
You’ll enjoy this if:
- You want to hear candid discussion about race, privilege, and the wealth chasm
- You’re curious to hear about how the personal finance landscape has changed in the last two decades
- You’re wondering if, in fact, “this time it’s different”