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Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“My dad thinks I should buy a home or condo vs. rent. I’ve already been approved but am uncomfortable with the debt and unknowns of the housing market. If I pursue this how high is TOO high for a mortgage payment and interest rate?”

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550

Ilana Levine

Host of Little Known Facts Podcast

“I have had times where I have made a lot of money and times where I’ve not made a lot of money. What I realized is I can be happy either way when I am surrounded by people that I love…Once you know you can be okay without, everything is easier.”

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548

Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“My husband and I started our marriage with a lot of student loan debt and then we fell into credit card debt. How should we begin to tackle them both?”

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547

Ann Shoket

Author of "The Big Life"

“If you want a life of twists, turns and adventure, and a life that’s full, and you wanna make your mark, you have to chase EVERY opportunity…You have to embrace the mess.”

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546

Vera Gibbons

Financial Journalist

“What I’m trying to do with nonpoliticalnews.com is step away from the anxiety, the de-fronting that’s going on Facebook and the hatred between political parties. I just want to make things fun, light and interesting…it’s everyday news you can use. No opinion, no bias.”

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544

Jeff Tennery

Founder + CEO of Moonlighting App

“I am dedicated to helping people make money and move their lives forward in a way where they don’t need to rely on a big company or corporation…It’s been hard to do that for a lot of folks and I’m really hoping that we can change that.”

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Beth Kobliner

Author of "Make Your Kid a Money Genius"

“By age three, children are able to grasp economic ideas like value and exchange, that we give money to buy things we want. Those are things we can really start talking about with children at an early age.”

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542

Ask Farnoosh

Farnoosh Torabi

“How can I get my mortgage company to lower my 8.5% interest rate on a $55,000 loan? I’ve been paying for the past 11 years and it hasn’t gone down.”