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Ep. 130 — RIP Kate Spade; Socially Responsible Investing; Our Least Favorite Credit Card

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Ep. 130 — RIP Kate Spade; Socially Responsible Investing; Our Least Favorite Credit Card

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Happy Brown Ambition Wednesday!

Today on the show, we share some messages from our listeners on Twitter and the ‘gram. Hit us up @theBApodcast or @brownambitionpodcast to share your thoughts on this week’s episode, give us a shoutout or ask a question.

One of our listeners has a question about the credit card she realizes might not have been the best choice for her….and yikes. It definitely makes our list of our least favorite credit cards. As mentioned on the show, check out this guide to the Best Credit Cards and the Best Credit Cards for Students, each curated by the team at MagnifyMoney.

Also on the show today:

Options for financing a home improvement projectSocially responsible investing tips The awful news that Kate Spade committed suicide rocked us both and reminded us of the importance of leaning on others when we are facing hard times and prioritizing our mental health. The National Suicide Hotline is 1-800-273-8255. As mentioned, here’s the spreadsheet Tiffany’s Dream Catchers Facebook group has crowdsourced with therapists across the country.

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