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Money Answers Show
What Are The New Wealth Building Tools?

*Available Monday, February 18th 2019*

Guests: Patrick Donohoe

Description: Is Wall Street a scam? Who actually benefits from Wall Street? If Wall Street style investing no longer helps build solid financial gains, what does? Is there a way to come out financially ahead regardless of dynamic economic swings and rapid changes in technology? Jordan Goodman talks with Patrick Donahoe, president and CEO of Paradigm Life and PL Wealth Advisors, about his book, "Heads I Win, Tails You Lose", about Donahoe's insights and experience into finding new ways to build wealth, and strategies that help achieve financial freedom. Donahoe and Goodman discuss what an infinite banking concept is, perpetual wealth strategy, and what financial freedom really is.

Guest Bio- Donohoe:  Patrick Donohoe is the author of the bestselling book "Heads I Win, Tails You Lose: A Financial Strategy to Reignite the American Dream"  and was recently honored by Investopedia as one of the Nation’s Top 100 Most Influential Financial Advisors in the U.S. He the Founder and CEO of Paradigm Life and PL Wealth Advisors whose mission is empowering people to build wealth, create lifetime cash flow, and leave a meaningful legacy. Patrick is also the host of The Wealth Standard podcast which has been broadcasting since 2007 and the co-founder of The Cash Flow Wealth Summit - an annual online event the unites investors from around the world to learn about the principles of cash flow.  Patrick grew up in West Hartford, Connecticut, and attended the University of Utah, where he received his bachelor’s degree in economics. He lives in Salt Lake City with his wife and three children.
What's The Best Way To Buy A New or Used Car?

Guests: Linda Goldberg

Description: Is there a better way to buy a car? How do you decide what vehicle will best serve your needs? What's the difference between buying and leasing and how do you decide what's the best route for you? What about electric and autonomous vehicles? What's the difference between a Buyer's Agent versus a Broker? Jordan Goodman interviews Linda Goldberg, president of the CarQ car buying service, on how consumers can get the best deal when buying a new or used car. Linda has bought thousands of cars for consumers and gotten them the best deal by using her negotiating expertise. In this interview, she reveals some of the most common tricks and traps that car dealers use to get consumers to pay more than they have to when buying, financing or leasing a car. Jordan is an affiliate of CarQ. As a personal finance expert, Jordan recognizes quality solutions, forming affiliate relationships to help improve people's financial lives.

Guest Bio- Goldberg:  Linda Goldberg is the president of CarQ which is America’s leading consumer car buying service. She is also president of the National Association of Buyer’s Agents (NABA) which is an organization for car buying services that agree not to take any compensation or kickbacks from car dealers or manufacturers. Linda started her career working in the car industry  and quickly realized how consumers were being taken advantage of and has devoted her life to working on behalf of car buyers to help them get the best deal when buying or leasing their cars.
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I wish to express my appreciation and that of the Committee, to you for participation in the Panel Discussion, “Surviving, and Thriving in the New Financial Norm.”
- Jettie D. Newkirk, Esq., Pennsylvania Bar Association, Minority Bar Conference
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- John Clow, Director Financial Fitness for Life Project, The Campaign for Economic Literacy