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The Financial Flipside is, in part, a podcast for entrepreneurs, but it’s not only that. We also talk about the politics of money and the way that economic issues impact our daily lives. Our episodes cover everything from trade to tax reform, from cash flow to credit, from the history of money to the economics of immigration, all in a way that is frank, accessible, and (hopefully) fun.

The Financial Flipside Podcast The Financial Flipside

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The Financial Flipside is, in part, a podcast for entrepreneurs, but it’s not only that. We also talk about the politics of money and the way that economic issues impact our daily lives. Our episodes cover everything from trade to tax reform, from cash flow to credit, from the history of money to the economics of immigration, all in a way that is frank, accessible, and (hopefully) fun.

    Taking Stock

    Taking Stock

    We’re back, and we’ve come bearing gifts in the form of retooled format (including a new segment!). Join us as we recap a weird tax season, take a look at the storylines that emerged after the Treasury Department finally released data about who received PPP loans, and wrap up our discussion of economic indicators with a deep dive into the stock market. 

    • 35 min
    Peaks and Valleys, or Whose Economic Indicators Are These, Anyway?

    Peaks and Valleys, or Whose Economic Indicators Are These, Anyway?

    Though it may be hard to believe, the US economy isn't officially in a recession. In this episode we talk about why that is, what economic indicators tell us about the economy, and what they sometimes leave out. Plus, we discuss some tips for weathering an economic downturn, recession declaration or no.

    Note: this episode was recorded on April 4, so there may be a few references to dates in the past.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Working the System

    Working the System

    After some time off, a move (L), and a partial pivot to video (J), the Financial Flipside Podcast is back! For our first episode of 2020, we thought it would be a good idea to talk about a goal that heads up so many of our lists of New Year’s resolutions: getting organized. Specifically, we’re talking about business systems, those combinations of processes, workflows, and tools that we use to do everything from monitoring cash flow to training employees to literally keeping the lights on.

    • 50 min
    Stick to Sports

    Stick to Sports

    Today's episode covers one of our favorite pre-show banter topics: college sports. Tune in for discussion of the fallout from California's Fair Pay to Play Act (note: we recorded before the NCAA announced its athlete compensation plan), revenue sharing, Zion Williamson’s shoe, the history of NCAA vs. athlete lawsuits, and much more. Also, James also pours one out for EA Sports’s NCAA Basketball and Football franchises and we share a sports-related update from our Black Capitalism episode.

    • 44 min
    Black Capitalism or, I'm a Business, Man

    Black Capitalism or, I'm a Business, Man

    In which we finally get around to recording an episode about Black capitalism. This is a long one, and we have a lot of… thoughts, and feelings. So many feelings. Listen in as we talk about Jay-Z's NFL partnership, Reconstruction, economic anxiety, Booker T. Washington, shadow economies, entrepreneurship, self-sufficiency vs. self determination, and much more. Consider this episode groundwork for discussions that we will likely return to off and on in future episodes.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Housing Things

    Housing Things

    "Condos, condos everywhere, nor anywhere to sleep."

    Today we're talking about the American obsession with home ownership, homes as wealth generating engines, how home improvement shows make speculators of us all, and the causes of (and speculative solutions to) our growing housing crisis.

    • 1 hr 24 min

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