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useful and practical advice intersected with real systemic and structural social issues that go overlooked by other financial advisors. thank you for this podcast 🙏🙏
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So glad this exists!
I recommend this podcast to all my fellow young POC friends, as it's the only resource out there for real, accessible financial (and culturally-sensitive, progressive) advice. B&B provides insight for people on a variety of levels in their financial security and knowledge, which I appreciate. Many other mainstream resources feel too daunting or inapplicable to access sometimes. Great job!