That's rich...A podcast where business meets pop culture. Childhood friends who grew up to become CEOs of some of the hottest tech companies in Atlanta give their insights on everything from football to finance.
Wela CEO Matt Reiner and Pinnacle Shows CEO Evan Shoda share their experience and their insights as two Millenials running growing companies.
Episode 17 - Happy Friendsgiving
It's the week of Thanksgiving and we're giving you a cornucopia of hot takes and trending topics
Episode 15 - #DearJeff
Firey debate capped off with an open letter, #Dear Jeff, to Jeff Bezos to choose Atlanta as Amazon's second Headquarters.
Episode 14 - Trick or Treat
Episode 14 of That's Rich was scary good. Why does Matt think Twitter sucks? Why does Evan think robots are taking over the world and why does everyone fear flying?
Episode 13 - Evan's "Flu" Game
Matt's in Vegas this week which means...Special guest and cohost. Don't worry, they brought their hot takes.
Make Money In Retirement
This week the guys share how you can generate income in retirement. As Eddie gives a killer market recap, listen close to hear our neighbors from Calendly enjoy their weekly Friday morning screaming match.
What The Finance Is The Britmar Show?!
Podcast takeover! The Wela office's youngsters take over the podcast. Britni and Marisa hook you up with 9 tips to improve your personal finances. #TheBritmarShow
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A lot of good information here that can be rather hard to find online. Become informed on important financial topics. Very enjoyable.
I was feeling them...
I was really liking Wela and added to my playlist of personal finance podcast. Then came the episode name "What the
Finance is Wells Fargo's Deal". Note they did not actually talk about Wells Fargo until literally the last 2 minutes of their 20 minute episode and to basically say Wells Fargo is safe for your money. One it feels like a sort of click baiting (pod baiting?) and two a company that open lines of credit, open new accounts and then moves ones money to theses account without any permission doesn't feel like safe place for ones money. I was disappointed.
The podcast provides great information on topics that you should know about but might not know who to ask.