'So Money' makes even the most complicated financial advice accessible
Listening to money guru Farnoosh Torabi is like listening to your cool aunt teach you finance over coffee, writes Sylvia McKeown
The podcast starts like this: "Looking for ways to save on gas or double your double coupons? Sorry. You're in the wrong place."
Instead of offering financial advice like the above, the show makes promises to leverage the eponymous money guru Farnoosh Torabi's extensive investment knowledge as well as her access to high-flying business minds, influencers and authors to help you find a "richer and happier life".
Torabi's warm tone not only has a way of making even the most complicated financial advice seem accessible (though sometimes a little too American-centric).
It's like listening to your cool aunt teach you finance and entrepreneurial skills over coffee instead of a boring, verbose lecture about fiscal responsibility.
Her skill as an interviewer brings out the best in her guests.
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