D*ve R*msey put his whole entire foot in his mouth on F*x N*ws last week — LET THE DRAGGING COMMENCE (3:11). Tiffany has some thoughts about that (7:20).

We also take a question from a listener named Jane (29:25). Jane wants to leave her job to start her own business, and she’s got a few questions about how to get financially ready for that. After we take a second to give her a round of applause for doing an amazing job with her finances thus far, we get to talking about how hard the life of an entrepreneur can be. Do you need to quit your job to start your business (31:10)? Is it okay to contribute a little less to your 401k (34:20).

There’s a lot to think about here, and Tiff gets real real about it (45:20).

When you’re done listening, this is the list of financial educators we want you to know about:

Patrice C Washington

Jully-Alma Taveras – Investing Latina

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Anna N’Jie-Konte

Farnoosh Torabi

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Check out the links below for more:

Anna N’Jie-Konte’s IG post about her former coworker

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9 startling facts that show just how hard the student-debt crisis is hurting Black Americans

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The Noodle Budget

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Mandi Woodruff, personal finance expert & journalist  and Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, an award-winning financial educator and author of the New York Times bestseller “Get Good With Money.”

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