Today we’re talking with Corinne Schmitt of Wondermom Wannabe about money mindset and teaching financial literacy for children.
Today we talk military life, finances and Autism with Rich Davis. Rich retired after a 28-year career in the US Navy as a helicopter pilot. He and his family reside in Roanoke, Virginia where he volunteers with his church, as the education coordinator for a local museum, and where he is involved with the local …
Join us today for a conversation with Arianne Garcia and Dr. Kristina Lopez about autism in the Latino community. This is part one of a two-part episode. Be sure to subscribe to Mom Autism Money on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts so you won’t miss part two when it drops next Tuesday. Today, we’ll …
In week one of this two-week discussion, we cover:
-The basics of tax-advantaged retirement accounts — and why Roth IRAs may be particularly attractive to the resource-thin.
-Similarities and differences between target date funds, index funds and ETFs.
-Time horizon & risk tolerance.
-Why investor behavior is often more of a concern than investment fees.
-Socially Responsible Investments and ESG investing.
Today on Mom Autism Money, we sit down with Blake Baumann of Aspie-R Coaching. Blake shares great, actionable ideas to help prepare your kids for communication in social circles and work venues, ways to build confidence, and exercises that can help your child envision a future they can get excited about. We also learn about Blake’s 1% rule, which can help you or your child improve skills in a focused area by 3,700% over a year.
Join Joyce & Brynne as they sit down with Shalese Heard, AKA The Autistic Travel Goddess, to discuss online entrepreneurship and travel. Shalese shares her innovative tips for traveling on a budget, along with travel tips for Autistic individuals. We learn about ways to fund your new business when you’re Autistic or otherwise disabled, and …