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Bob Wheeler; co-creator of the podcast series Funny Money Talks, a CPA, author of The Money Nerve and CFO of the greatest stand-up comedy club in the world #TheComedyStore, headlines a new podcast, Money You Should Ask! Bob gets down to the nitty-gritty aspects of life, money, success and abundance and how every one of us has a different story to tell. He connects with people from all walks of life- from the average Joe to the outrageous celebrity, radiating his infectious curiosity and humor. Be prepared to laugh yourself silly.

Latest Episodes

The Debt Free Guys

Living fabulously, not fabulously broke. The Debt Free Guys; From FinCon 2019, John Schneider and David Auten take time out to discuss their experiences and financial journey in living a debt-free life. They share how they were able to recognize that they had a spending problem, not an income problem and that they were not spending to their values. As they got honest about their finances and started to understand each other's habits, they were able to make it a team effort. They figured out what they love and learned how budgeting can bring deep happiness. Are you ready to come out of your financial closet? @debtfreeguys

30 MIN4 days ago
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The Debt Free Guys

And The Winner Is...Joanna Cassidy

And the winner is… Joanna Cassidy. Golden Globe award-winning actress Joanna Cassidy joins Bob as she lights up the studio with her infectious energy. They chat about all things life, love, money, and business. Joanna wears many hats; as an entertainer, an artist, a businesswoman, and a mom. Joanna talks about her journey to Hollywood as a single mother. Her determined mindset helped her forge a successful career in film and television. Joanna's credits include Blade Runner, Six Feet Under, Buffalo Bill and so many more. @joannavcassidy, @joannacassidyofficial

31 MIN1 weeks ago
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And The Winner Is...Joanna Cassidy

Money You Should Ask With Taylor Brooks

Award-winning director Taylor Brooks drops by to shoot the breeze with Bob. They chat about his money beliefs, money blocks and his adventures in life. Taylor, AKA-The Crying Coach, is also an actor, comedian, acting coach-mentor, writer, author, photographer and celebrity impersonator on KLOS 95.5-The Frasier Smith Show. Taylor's film, Code of Houdini, was awarded "Official Selection" at The Silicon Beach Film Festival. @taylorbrooksstudio

40 MIN2 weeks ago
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Money You Should Ask With Taylor Brooks

Money You Should Ask With David Pierce

Joining Bob in this episode of MYSA is legal eagle, David Pierce. David is a transactional entertainment and litigation attorney. David is also the founder and managing partner of the firm, Pierce Law Group LLP, based in Los Angeles. When David is not negotiating for his clients, he is teaching Media Law and Ethics, lecturing at film festivals and seminar programs, internationally and throughout the US. David says, "There are no do-overs in the entertainment business with contracts." He shares some great tips and advice in managing emotions and expectations when it comes to signing on the dotted line. Also, he shares a simple mantra that should seem obvious but often ignored, just be nice! @piercelawgroupllp

41 MIN3 weeks ago
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Money You Should Ask With David Pierce

Money You Should Ask With Teddy Bass

In this episode, we welcome fitness guru Teddy Bass to the hot seat. Teddy is a certified fitness expert, celebrity trainer, spiritual practitioner and, author of Affirm Fitness: A Practical Guide to Health. Teddy started his career as a dancer but found his calling in helping others get in shape. For more than 2 decades, he has trained some of Hollywood’s top celebrities and executives and mentored them in fine-tuning their health and fitness goals. Teddy gets real and honest about his financial fitness as he reveals some of the emotional blocks he has experienced around life, money and abundance. He also shares about being a parent and how kids can keep us accountable. @TeddyBassFitness

32 MINAUG 20
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Money You Should Ask With Teddy Bass

Money You Should Ask With Angela Oh

Our next guest on MYSA is Angela Oh. Angela is an actress, director, writer and dancer. She also can lay claim to being a cheerleader for the NBA & NFL. Some of her film & television credits include What Women Want, Hero, Another Gay Movie, The Gifted and Jane The Virgin. Angela shares her perspective on the emotions, in particular fear, associated with making major financial decisions as a couple. Angela explains the importance of knowing your financial situation and finding the courage to discuss them openly and honestly with your partner. @theangelaoh

34 MINAUG 13
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Money You Should Ask With Angela Oh

Money You Should Ask With Jodie Panek

34 MINAUG 6
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Money You Should Ask With Jodie Panek

Money You Should Ask With Paul Bunch

In this episode, Bob invites creative mastermind, Paul Bunch to the hot seat. Paul is a business owner, actor, writer, director, and head of creative development at production company, RiverRock Films. Introverted Paul, nicknamed "Bubble Boy" by his mom, began cultivating his creative talents by writing at the early age of 12. His introversion lead him to write and direct short films and now, feature films. Check out one of his latest creations, Bachelor Lions and keep an eye out for 7 Days As A Kingpin, currently in production. Bob and Paul talk about the skill set required to remain grounded while balancing a business and creative mindset. Paul discloses, one of his biggest lessons in life, was the value of investing in himself both financially and emotionally as an artist, and as a businessman to achieve his creative goals. @riverrockfim

33 MINJUL 30
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Money You Should Ask With Paul Bunch

Money You Should Ask With Claudia Choi

In this episode, Bob speaks to actress, writer, dancer, volleyball and pole dancing instructor, Claudia Choi. And no, she is not a doctor but she plays one on TV, actually often plays a doctor. It must be in her DNA. Some of Claudia's most recent television credits include Grand Hotel, Life in Pieces, This Is Us and The Big Bang Theory. Claudia, a first-generation American, opens up about the invaluable life lessons she learned from her family growing up. In particular, it taught her the importance of making financially smart choices that would eventually help her shape a stable income in an unstable profession. Claudia, also a real estate mogul in the making, also talks about the benefits of investing in property.

38 MINJUL 23
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Money You Should Ask With Claudia Choi

Money You Should Ask with Betsy Salkind

What do you get when you cross a comedian with a squirrel? You get our next guest, formerly known as squirrel lady, Betsy Salkind. Betsy is a stand-up comedienne, Author, writer, and actress. After a short-lived career as a bank examiner for the Federal Reserve, Betsy discovered her true calling in comedy. Alongside writing for the popular sitcom Roseanne, she has written and performed three one-woman shows, authored an illustrated children's book called More Than Once Upon A Time and most recently featured in the Showtime special, Fierce Funny Women. Betsy is also is a paid regular at The World Famous Comedy Store. Betsy discusses how her skills in math helped her to develop a saving habit that enabled her to do a six-month trial run as a comic when she first started. Her healthy financial habits paid off, allowing her to stay in the game 30 years strong. One of her biggest lessons was learning to separate what she got paid as a comedian, to her true value as a person. Listen, learn and laugh with Bob and Betsy.

34 MINJUL 15
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Money You Should Ask with Betsy Salkind

Latest Episodes

The Debt Free Guys

Living fabulously, not fabulously broke. The Debt Free Guys; From FinCon 2019, John Schneider and David Auten take time out to discuss their experiences and financial journey in living a debt-free life. They share how they were able to recognize that they had a spending problem, not an income problem and that they were not spending to their values. As they got honest about their finances and started to understand each other's habits, they were able to make it a team effort. They figured out what they love and learned how budgeting can bring deep happiness. Are you ready to come out of your financial closet? @debtfreeguys

30 MIN4 days ago
Comments
The Debt Free Guys

And The Winner Is...Joanna Cassidy

And the winner is… Joanna Cassidy. Golden Globe award-winning actress Joanna Cassidy joins Bob as she lights up the studio with her infectious energy. They chat about all things life, love, money, and business. Joanna wears many hats; as an entertainer, an artist, a businesswoman, and a mom. Joanna talks about her journey to Hollywood as a single mother. Her determined mindset helped her forge a successful career in film and television. Joanna's credits include Blade Runner, Six Feet Under, Buffalo Bill and so many more. @joannavcassidy, @joannacassidyofficial

31 MIN1 weeks ago
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And The Winner Is...Joanna Cassidy

Money You Should Ask With Taylor Brooks

Award-winning director Taylor Brooks drops by to shoot the breeze with Bob. They chat about his money beliefs, money blocks and his adventures in life. Taylor, AKA-The Crying Coach, is also an actor, comedian, acting coach-mentor, writer, author, photographer and celebrity impersonator on KLOS 95.5-The Frasier Smith Show. Taylor's film, Code of Houdini, was awarded "Official Selection" at The Silicon Beach Film Festival. @taylorbrooksstudio

40 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Money You Should Ask With Taylor Brooks

Money You Should Ask With David Pierce

Joining Bob in this episode of MYSA is legal eagle, David Pierce. David is a transactional entertainment and litigation attorney. David is also the founder and managing partner of the firm, Pierce Law Group LLP, based in Los Angeles. When David is not negotiating for his clients, he is teaching Media Law and Ethics, lecturing at film festivals and seminar programs, internationally and throughout the US. David says, "There are no do-overs in the entertainment business with contracts." He shares some great tips and advice in managing emotions and expectations when it comes to signing on the dotted line. Also, he shares a simple mantra that should seem obvious but often ignored, just be nice! @piercelawgroupllp

41 MIN3 weeks ago
Comments
Money You Should Ask With David Pierce

Money You Should Ask With Teddy Bass

In this episode, we welcome fitness guru Teddy Bass to the hot seat. Teddy is a certified fitness expert, celebrity trainer, spiritual practitioner and, author of Affirm Fitness: A Practical Guide to Health. Teddy started his career as a dancer but found his calling in helping others get in shape. For more than 2 decades, he has trained some of Hollywood’s top celebrities and executives and mentored them in fine-tuning their health and fitness goals. Teddy gets real and honest about his financial fitness as he reveals some of the emotional blocks he has experienced around life, money and abundance. He also shares about being a parent and how kids can keep us accountable. @TeddyBassFitness

32 MINAUG 20
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Money You Should Ask With Teddy Bass

Money You Should Ask With Angela Oh

Our next guest on MYSA is Angela Oh. Angela is an actress, director, writer and dancer. She also can lay claim to being a cheerleader for the NBA & NFL. Some of her film & television credits include What Women Want, Hero, Another Gay Movie, The Gifted and Jane The Virgin. Angela shares her perspective on the emotions, in particular fear, associated with making major financial decisions as a couple. Angela explains the importance of knowing your financial situation and finding the courage to discuss them openly and honestly with your partner. @theangelaoh

34 MINAUG 13
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Money You Should Ask With Angela Oh

Money You Should Ask With Jodie Panek

34 MINAUG 6
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Money You Should Ask With Jodie Panek

Money You Should Ask With Paul Bunch

In this episode, Bob invites creative mastermind, Paul Bunch to the hot seat. Paul is a business owner, actor, writer, director, and head of creative development at production company, RiverRock Films. Introverted Paul, nicknamed "Bubble Boy" by his mom, began cultivating his creative talents by writing at the early age of 12. His introversion lead him to write and direct short films and now, feature films. Check out one of his latest creations, Bachelor Lions and keep an eye out for 7 Days As A Kingpin, currently in production. Bob and Paul talk about the skill set required to remain grounded while balancing a business and creative mindset. Paul discloses, one of his biggest lessons in life, was the value of investing in himself both financially and emotionally as an artist, and as a businessman to achieve his creative goals. @riverrockfim

33 MINJUL 30
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Money You Should Ask With Paul Bunch

Money You Should Ask With Claudia Choi

In this episode, Bob speaks to actress, writer, dancer, volleyball and pole dancing instructor, Claudia Choi. And no, she is not a doctor but she plays one on TV, actually often plays a doctor. It must be in her DNA. Some of Claudia's most recent television credits include Grand Hotel, Life in Pieces, This Is Us and The Big Bang Theory. Claudia, a first-generation American, opens up about the invaluable life lessons she learned from her family growing up. In particular, it taught her the importance of making financially smart choices that would eventually help her shape a stable income in an unstable profession. Claudia, also a real estate mogul in the making, also talks about the benefits of investing in property.

38 MINJUL 23
Comments
Money You Should Ask With Claudia Choi

Money You Should Ask with Betsy Salkind

What do you get when you cross a comedian with a squirrel? You get our next guest, formerly known as squirrel lady, Betsy Salkind. Betsy is a stand-up comedienne, Author, writer, and actress. After a short-lived career as a bank examiner for the Federal Reserve, Betsy discovered her true calling in comedy. Alongside writing for the popular sitcom Roseanne, she has written and performed three one-woman shows, authored an illustrated children's book called More Than Once Upon A Time and most recently featured in the Showtime special, Fierce Funny Women. Betsy is also is a paid regular at The World Famous Comedy Store. Betsy discusses how her skills in math helped her to develop a saving habit that enabled her to do a six-month trial run as a comic when she first started. Her healthy financial habits paid off, allowing her to stay in the game 30 years strong. One of her biggest lessons was learning to separate what she got paid as a comedian, to her true value as a person. Listen, learn and laugh with Bob and Betsy.

34 MINJUL 15
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Money You Should Ask with Betsy Salkind