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The 100th Episode – What Would You Do with $100?

 

For our 100th Episode, we turned the mic on our listeners and asked

If I handed you $100 and you had to use it in the next 24 hours in a way it would have the biggest impact on your life, what would you do with it?

 

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Will Romey:
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Lillian Karabaic:
Welcome to Oh My Dollar, a personal finance show with a dash of glitter. Dealing with money can be scary and stressful. Here, we give practical, friendly advice about money that helps you tackle the financial overwhelm I’m your host, Lillian Karabaic.

Will Romey:
I’m your other host, Will.

Lillian Karabaic:
Today we have a big day Will. Guess what today is?

Will Romey:
Our hundredth episode! *CHEERS FROM FICTIONAL CROWD*

Lillian Karabaic:
This is really exciting.

Lillian Karabaic:
Well, we’ve recorded more than a hundred episodes but not all of have made it to air –

Will Romey:
probably like one hundred five or something.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah yeah. We have a backlog of some wonderful episodes at some point will come out and also some that have been lost to the phone line fuzz gods.

Will Romey:
uh huh uh huh

Lillian Karabaic:
This is really exciting. I don’t know if I thought we would make it to a hundred episodes.

Will Romey:
No. Yeah. It’s like two years.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah considering that this was just like a random pitch I made to this radio station when the radio station was a tiny little thing.

Will Romey:
Gotta be careful with that sort of thing.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. You never know what it can turn into. You know I have been really impressed at the community of folks that have come out of having this show. Like there has just been such an interesting diversity of opinions, of backgrounds of people that just want to talk about money in an honest way. And yeah I’m – I’m really pleased at what we’ve created so you know maybe here’s to another.

Will Romey:
One hundred more!

Will Romey:
Woof! That sounds like one hundred yeah two hundred!

Will Romey:
So did we learn anything?

Lillian Karabaic:
I you know I think the same themes kept coming up. I was kind of like going through our back catalogue the other day and I was thinking about what we’ve learned. And obviously we’ve talked a lot about health insurance. We’ve talked a lot about taxes. We’ve talked about renters insurance and what to splurge on. But really the same couple of things kept coming up – I don’t know. Maybe you’ve heard it before on this show but budgeting according to your values.

Will Romey:
Or even just just budget in general.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. Oh yeah. The theme for sure.

Lillian Karabaic:
And having a budget and then running the numbers which is like just the idea that you.

Will Romey:
Do the math.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah you’re doing the math like thinking about what it at what different financial decisions actually mean for you rather than relying on the advice of a third party without applying it to your own situation. You know we’re pretty anti like “hard and fast rules” on this show. There’s a lot of flexibility about what makes sense for your finances and I think running the numbers kind of embodies that.

Will Romey:
Yeah. All right I agree. That’s just making sure that the right decision for you – because I guess you’re doing your budget you do have all the information. Yeah. Or most of the information.

Lillian Karabaic:
You have the most information about your budget of anybody right. You know like you you really do you know what you need to know about your money – it’s in you. There’s a little bit of information that can help you along the way like obviously untangling things like COBRA or your deductible or your out of pocket maximum.

Will Romey:
Credit score.

Will Romey:
So a-

Lillian Karabaic:
-Credit score is all of those kinds of things.

Lillian Karabaic:
I just checked Mine the other day, which you just never bothered with.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah?

Will Romey:
it’s it’s 690 which was like fine because I hadn’t done anything with it. Oh nice. It’s off topic. Cut that some slack.

Will Romey:
I wonder if that is this has had no impact on my life ever. I had a vague vague thought like maybe it’s like *sparkle* because someone stole my identity but no it’s not about that. No like I said I thought it would’ve been lower for not ever interacting with it.

Lillian Karabaic:
I think the last thing that we learned don’t panic like that comes up really frequently.

Will Romey:
Yeah yeah. That that seems to be I mean it gets a lot of the question to get our people in kind of panicked modes and mindsets.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. And the panic isn’t always that a bad thing has happened. Sometimes people like inherit money and then they’re like panicked about using it in the best way possible. And generally the answer is.

Lillian Karabaic:
Oh my God this is – *PHONE RINGS*

Will Romey:
we’re getting more phone calls.

Lillian Karabaic:
You’ll hear you’ll hear you’ll hear what this is later, Listener. (foreboding)

Will Romey:
Okay more phone calls. Chill out everybody. It’s Nine thirty.

Lillian Karabaic:
A lot of people end up panicked, but just generally like it with all of these changes I think like things like – *PHONE RINGS*

Lillian Karabaic:
Oh my God! calls-

Will Romey:
Calls.

Lillian Karabaic:
Don’t panic don’t panic because of health insurance don’t panic when tax reform happens.

Lillian Karabaic:
Just take a step back. Think about things according your values. Run the numbers gathered some information. In general, you have enough time. We get a lot of listeners who write in and are like I’m 50. I’m 40. I’m twenty two – is it too late to start saving for retirement?

Lillian Karabaic:
You know like it’s all across the board about whether or not people feel like they have enough time and the answer is just take a step back. You can run the numbers, you can figure out a way to do it. You can – You can make it happen.

Will Romey:
Yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
Whatever it is.

Will Romey:
And by stepping back, You’ll probably make a better decision.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. Yeah. Not panicking. Turns out it helps you put you in a place where your emotions are not running your finances but your values are.

Lillian Karabaic:
So – I thought it’d be fun to turn. You know we wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for our listeners.

Lillian Karabaic:
Like there’s no way we would be 100 episodes if no one was listening.

Will Romey:
No that would be disheartening.

Lillian Karabaic:
I mean that’s the hard part about broadcast radio so this show is syndicated on our affiliate stations and our home station here is KXRY in Portland and I – broadcast radio is hard because we don’t get analytics back. So we we have no idea, it’s possible everyone’s listening, it’s possible no one’s listening.

Will Romey:
Probably everybody.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah it’s everybody. Everybody ever.

Will Romey:
Everybody in Portland Oregon tunes in regularly to you.

Lillian Karabaic:
To Oh my dollar! But we know with the podcast that people listen. And we’ve had we have you know we’re like in the top 50 podcasts in Indonesia for business and investing, that’s weird to me.

Lillian Karabaic:
So there’s just lots of great things. But I thought we would turn the microphone back on our listeners and I just was trying to think of 100 themed questions for our hundredth episode.

Lillian Karabaic:
So this is a question I came up with:

Will Romey:
“If I handed you one hundred dollars and you had to use it in the next 24 hours in a way that it would have the biggest impact on your life. What would you do with it?”

Lillian Karabaic:
So I asked folks to call in, we asked some folks around the xray station and we have some folks on the forums. Our first response

First Caller:
So this is my answer for the one hundred dollar question, although rather than if you gave me one hundred dollars today – this is what I just spent a hundred dollars on and has made the hugest difference in my life and that is that I finally bought some maternity clothing and it’s way earlier than I anticipated needing it. But it has made such a huge difference in my comfort and everything. And normally I am very stingy and don’t buy much clothing but it was kind of one of those “Oh I should probably do this and dress appropriately and not just try to fit into my bigger clothing.” And lo and behold it’s like it’s designed for this or something and it’s wonderful. Anyway that’s my answer. Bye!

Will Romey:
That’s a good one.

Lillian Karabaic:
That’s a good one. I think this is one of the big things we were talking about like on the splurge episode is that sometimes you just do things for comfort and it turns out to be totally worth it. Right. Like we were talking about how uncomfortable pants is – even if they might be cheaper. Turns out it’s really refreshing. We were just talking about that in this first episode so I think was her big big example boots. Yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
So perhaps.

Will Romey:
Terry Practchett’s boot theory thing.

Lillian Karabaic:
Thing that would make your life more immediately accessible. Tardis from the forums said “probably a mattress topper and a fancy eye mask. Sleep is the bane of my existence right now and I can’t buy it outright.”

Will Romey:
That’s a good one mind might also be new sheets.

Lillian Karabaic:
ohhhh new sheets.

Lillian Karabaic:
I got blackout curtains. Well this was the thing that was like really expensive relative to what I want to pay for it. Like less than a hundred dollars, but totally a thing that I was like.

Will Romey:
The curtains are a little bit. I bought some new curtains as well recently and they were slightly pricier than I expected. I think there were like 30 or 40.

Lillian Karabaic:
I think ours were like – to get true blackout curtains – I think it was like sixty five dollars and we have really big windows. Our window is like the entire wall of our bedroom. Our bedroom isn’t that big, but it’s – we have like a full length sliding glass doors as our windows. They don’t go to anywhere which is very frustrating. But I also live in a –

Will Romey:
the sky door.

Lillian Karabaic:
It is 100 percent of sky door. But also like I work early in the morning.

Lillian Karabaic:
So it’s really problematic in the summer for me, if I need to be up at 430 in the morning and it’s still light until 10:00 p.m. here in the summer. And so I’m not trying to go to bed at like 8 15 and the – I literally just being assaulted by bright light. And it took me forever to do it and Tardis if you can spare the hundred bucks to make your sleep better, I’m telling you it was worth it. I I don’t know why it took me so long.

Will Romey:
Yeah. Sleeps very worthwhile. I bet, I bet some economists has done a dollar value of sleep.

Lillian Karabaic:
Oh I’m positive.

Will Romey:
Ways and that be an interesting thing to –

Lillian Karabaic:
We do dollar values of far less relevant things.

Will Romey:
RamonaQ says if we are talking biggest immediate impact until I can’t actually buy time, I’d probably buy one hundred dollars of healthy semi convenience food.

Will Romey:
Oh My Dollar! helped me roll over an old 457B into my IRA. Because I really wanted to give myself a money cat sticker in my planner once I completed it.

Lillian Karabaic:
I’m so glad to hear that money cat stickers were motivating for you. Ramona’s semi convenience food is totally- I asked Emily my co-host on MORNING NEWS this morning what she would do if I gave her a hundred dollars right now and she said she’d buy twenty seven boxes of fancy mac and cheese.

Will Romey:
You know I like the semi convenience food because look I definitely have a decent amount of inconvenient food in my house at any given moment. You know your dried beans and your rice and the chickpeas and stuff I’d really need to like that would take some effort, but those like semi convenience foods fill an important niche.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah I’m a big lake proponent of having protein powder flavored protein powder in the house that I can turn into like a hot cocoa and that’s what I eat when I find myself being like “uh I really just want to go get some chips or something” because it turns out that like good sugar low sugar protein powder is better for me than just eating a bunch of greasy chips. And if it’s in the house I’m more likely to make it than I am to like leave and go get snacky food.

Will Romey:
Right. Because you’re in the house to eat when it’s in the house you’re all there at the same time.

Lillian Karabaic:
We’re all there at the same time. It was also just on sale at the discount grocery store. So I stocked up because protein powder is pricey. Janet Jackson – not the Janet Jackson.

Will Romey:
A Janet Jackson.

Lillian Karabaic:
From the forums says as a responsible human I’d pay down some of my highest interest debt. In an alternative universe which is way more fun, I’d buy a used table saw on Craigslist for home DIY projects.

Will Romey:
That’s a good one.

Lillian Karabaic:
And this great denim motorcycle jacket I’ve been eyeing since last autumn. It’s on sale for 30 dollars right now.

Lillian Karabaic:
Janet I don’t know if you can make it work in your budget but it sounds like you really want this motorcycle jacket and we have an outfit of the day threads on the forums and I would say a denim motorcycle jacket would definitely fit Janet’s style. From what I’ve seen on the forums and I’m supportive of that I think you should get it.

Will Romey:
I just spent 30 dollars on some super goofy new sunglasses that I’m excited about. Speaking of outfits.

Will Romey:
Really enormous hornrim – not horn rim – but a tortoiseshell and they’re prescription!

Lillian Karabaic:
I just got prescription glasses for a dollar off the Internet.

Lillian Karabaic:
We’ll find out if they show up.

Will Romey:
Prescription glasses are cheap on the Internet. I can’t stop by every night. I don’t buy a ton. I probably buy like two a year but that’s like a wild increase in the amount of glasses.

Lillian Karabaic:
I mean I bought like four pairs of glasses when I was in China, because they were so cheap and you could just get prescription – you just- And that’s where they’re all coming from on the Internet.

Will Romey:
Oh yeah I’m sure you know. I mean they’re all like the like medium options are all like 30 40 dollars and it decreases quickly.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah yeah. As compared to like my local optometrist where like the lowest cost is like two hundred eighty dollars.

Will Romey:
I’m sorry buylocal.

Lillian Karabaic:
But yeah and they’re not local anyway. It’s still Chinese frames that are coming over that just have a different brand on them, that are so you know I go to them to get my eye exam and they get paid.

Will Romey:
Mm hmm mm hmm.

Will Romey:
The three of wands says I’d reschedule the tattoo appointment. I just canceled for next week because I was trying to be responsible human.

Lillian Karabaic:
I like how many people are using fun things as their motivation.

Will Romey:
Don’t forget threeofwands: The sooner you get your tattoo the cheaper it is per day. Make sure you get your tattoo quickly and young.

Lillian Karabaic:
I love I love.

Will Romey:
You’re Laughing because it’s true, right?

Lillian Karabaic:
I love it so much.

Will Romey:
Jefferson Smith who just walked into the room accidentally has this to say I would donate XRAY FM for the pledge drive.

Lillian Karabaic:
Perfect. Definitely we are in the middle of fund drive here at XRAY. So that was Jefferson who works for XRAY. You can tell.

Will Romey:
Qristy says I’d hire someone to clean my apartment and spent a full on disaster for weeks now but I don’t have the time or energy to deal with it.

Will Romey:
That sounds like a really great place to put money if you’re feeling stuck with something like that – this is the transcript so we don’t have to read it but I know it isn’t learning it. I like that it’s a different thought to me.

Lillian Karabaic:
[side mumble that didn’t get cut for some reason don’t blame me – Lily]

Will Romey:
*mumble* No really because it’s gonna be easier to see.

Lillian Karabaic:
*mumble* Uh which sounds kind of mathematical and cold not very fun. Okay. But when Diane is going to pay. Investments are paying off high student loan debt.

Lillian Karabaic:
So Janet said that as a responsible human she’d pay down her highest interest debt. Diane said she would do the same and that, You know I think I think that’s fair. That is a good way to have a long term impact on your life. You get that. The benefits of compound interest. Yeah.

Will Romey:
There was I think there was one of the first things that kind of clicked with me recording the show was the pay get there how much it’s worth paying off high interest loans.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah yeah makes a it makes a big deal. Will, do you have any ideas of what you would do with a hundred dollars?

Will Romey:
I’ve got a lot of good ideas because everyone else has had good ideas but I will tell you my real idea after My real idea after the break.

Lillian Karabaic:
*break* Because it’s our one hundredth episode.

Lillian Karabaic:
I want to thank that current and past members of our personal finance society. These are the folks that make it possible for us to keep going on the show have transcripts available for every episode and pay our team a little bit of coffee money. They support us with one dollar a month or more on patreon. And it really does mean the world to us. Thank you.

Lillian Karabaic:
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Lillian Karabaic:
Thank you

Will Romey:
Woohooo!

Lillian Karabaic:
Thank you all so much for everything you do to keep Oh my dollar! on the air.

Lillian Karabaic:
All right, Will, we’re back from break. What do you want to spend your 100 dollars on to make your life better in the next 24 hours?

Will Romey:
And like so many of these ideas I like the sheets idea a lot.

Will Romey:
That’s something I have on my mind it being the morning too.

Lillian Karabaic:
You were talking last episode about getting a bike trailer.

Will Romey:
oh a bike is a good one!

Lillian Karabaic:
You could find two for one for about one hundred dollars.

Will Romey:
Oh for sure. I see. I’m not kidding either. Yes I’m sure I could. I see all sorts of people rocking bike trailers in Portland and I could too. I could use a new e reader my Kindle several years old. I’ve got my eye on a non Amazon brand because I really want to stop supporting them. They’re not they don’t think they’re quite as subsidized though. But I digress. Oh the trailer. The trailer is totally it. Thanks for remembering things I say in the past when I don’t.

Lillian Karabaic:
It’s only because I had to transcribe the episode last night and I was like Oh yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
We said we were going to check in on whether or not will if.

Will Romey:
I bet if I found a cheap enough used one I could get that and sheets and bike home with my sheets in it.

Lillian Karabaic:
I like that. It’s a good mental image. So mine is this is like I know what I like many other people I was like if I was a responsible adult I would just throw it into my retirement account, but I don’t want to.

Lillian Karabaic:
And so if this mythical person handed me a hundred bucks, the thing that I would probably do with it is I – I’ll talk more about this on the show and I’ve mentioned it before but I actually just got back into figure skating after a 15 year break from doing figure skating. I used to be competitive.

Lillian Karabaic:
I’m back.

Will Romey:
I’ve been seeing a lots of Instagram spins and leaps and backflips.

Lillian Karabaic:
No back flips. I’m too old for that. I. So it’s a lot harder in your 30s than it was when you’re a teenager. Just fun fact.

Will Romey:
I believe that

Lillian Karabaic:
Fact for anybody. But yeah I actually would figure skating is like one of the most expensive things you can buy. I’ve really been enjoying it, I’ve been going like two hours a day. But ice time really adds up. And I actually probably am at the point where I need a coach and one hundred dollars would buy me like an hour of Coach time. So that sounds great.

Will Romey:
That seems pretty worthwhile though.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah.

Will Romey:
Yeah.

Will Romey:
No I want to get my first year intentional with her using that time.

Lillian Karabaic:
I know I want to get my doubles back.

Will Romey:
What are those?

Lillian Karabaic:
And I also want to get this thing called Twizzles.

Will Romey:
What are both of those?

Lillian Karabaic:
Doubles are just my double jumps. I used to be able to do doubles and I can’t because I’m old. I’ve only been back for two weeks so you know, give me a break.

Will Romey:
Is a double jump where you jump and *mumble*?

Lillian Karabaic:
You spin twice in the air.

Will Romey:
Oh.

Lillian Karabaic:
And then you land.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah.

Will Romey:
Video – video game playing Will assumes you’re talking about like the classic double jumper you jump and then you jump a little higher in the air and.

Lillian Karabaic:
I mean – in figure skating we get a lot less airtime in video games

Will Romey:
In Super Smash Brothers. Yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
The. So I think I think that’s probably what I would spend it on the business side of me probably needs to spend it on either a small teleprompter or another hard drive, because I can never ever ever have enough hard drives

Will Romey:
I need a couple hundred dollars to spend.

Lillian Karabaic:
On hard drives?

Will Romey:
No just all the stuff you’ve been talking about.

Lillian Karabaic:
I’m like Oh we’ve just like increased. Yes.

Will Romey:
This quickly became things we want.

Lillian Karabaic:
This is just a things we want show.

Lillian Karabaic:
Well that actually I think.

Will Romey:
A wok!

Lillian Karabaic:
Here’s two more folks is contributions of what they would spend their hundred dollars on.

Grey:
Hi. This is grey. If I had one hundred dollars spend in the next 24 hours I would go buy a used trailer for my bike. I love super close to a grocery store and I’m always driving there like everyday. But with a bike trailer, I could just go on my bike get some exercise not feel so guilty about driving just the mile to the store every single day, and plus I feel like I get bonus points for doing a throwback to the last episode on bikes. So that’s what I would buy with a hundred dollars in the next 24 hours.

Rural:
Hi this is Rural from the Oh My Dollar forums. If you handed me a hundred dollars right now I would totally spend it on therapeutic massage. I generally need it and I generally won’t spend money on it. Probably not quite so much because I don’t have it, because it just seems like too much of an indulgence – so I go around aching instead.

Will Romey:
Laura Marini says “My first thought was to stick it in my retirement account because I have no immediate needs right now that an extra hundred bucks sort of dress and it will grow and grow if I put it in there. Second idea take my partner out to do something special and memorable.

Lillian Karabaic:
Aww.

Will Romey:
That’s a good one.

Lillian Karabaic:
That sounds great. I’m always one of those people that has trouble like shelling out a hundred bucks for like something that happens in one day. But often those things really stick with you, you know?

Will Romey:
Yeah yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah and and time with people is always a good way to spend money in my opinion.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah well in the things we want category I think to wrap up the show. I would love to talk about like what are you excited about covering in the next 100 episodes.

Lillian Karabaic:
If we’re both still here.

Will Romey:
Next 100 episodes I’ve been a hundred and more specific topics has been fun or like their last bike episode. That was fun kind of digging into the personal economics of something at that scale.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. Some things like helping us do your research for you.

Will Romey:
Research and sort of decision making strategies.

Lillian Karabaic:
I want an entire episode on instant pots. I feel like they’ve come up enough times. It’s time to do a whole episode on insta pots and pressure cookers.

Lillian Karabaic:
I think some of my favorite – I try not to do a lot of interviews because I feel like there are a lot of personal finance shows out there that do interviews and they interview a lot of the same people.

Lillian Karabaic:
I’m on many of them. I like listening to them but.

Will Romey:
We’ve talked to a few of them on this show.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah but I’ve I so I try to not do a ton of them but I think one thing that I’m really interested is interviewing people outside of the personal finance sphere about their relationship with money, particularly people that are working artists or work for themselves, because I think it’s always interesting to hear people’s financial journeys – especially if they’re outside the world of finance.

Lillian Karabaic:
And you know one of my favorite interviews was with my voice instructor. :How are you living as a performing artist without getting famous”.

Will Romey:
Like episode 5 or something.

Lillian Karabaic:
I know it was years ago and I actually really like that because I felt like it was interesting to see how he had made decisions and so I’m excited about that. I also want to be doing a lot more content that helps serve the queer community. I mean at this point are a lot of our listener base, based on everything that we have shows a lot of our listeners are queer AF and I’d like to talk more about trans* healthcare issues and looking at the finances specific to GLBTQ+ community so that’s what I’m hoping for in the next 100 episode.

Will Romey:
Hundred years 100 more years of Oh My Dollar!

Lillian Karabaic:
Who do you think we’ll still have finance stuff to talk about 100 – in 100 more episodes?

Will Romey:
I think we can find more specific things to dig into. I bet we can find a different way to answer the question of “what’s a Roth?” another 25 times.

Lillian Karabaic:
We have answered what is a Roth a lot.

Lillian Karabaic:
All right well I hope that you’ve enjoyed it. Thank you for joining us for one or 100 episodes – we appreciate you. We wouldn’t do this if it wasn’t for you listening. I hope you enjoyed this kind of hot mess of an episode and I still want to hear about what you would do if a hundred dollars was handed to you right now.

Will Romey:
Yeah.

Lillian Karabaic:
I think it’s it’s an interesting.

Will Romey:
Spend it on breakfast.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah.

Will Romey:
Buy a bunch of coffee. Could you spend one hundred dollars on breakfast?

Will Romey:
YES! YES! yes I could.

Lillian Karabaic:
Not just anyone, Will –

Will Romey:
I bet you one hundred dollars I could spend 100 bucks on a breakfast already in one sitting. This is such an expensive dining. It’s actually a pretty cheap dining town but I could go to the expensive places.

Lillian Karabaic:
Yeah. Will Will can make it so. So if you want to hook us up with 100 dollars for breakfast, Will. I will come and video it. We will livestream it on steam under the youtube channel.

Will Romey:
my Millionaires breakfast. Hundredaire’s breakfast.

Lillian Karabaic:
Oh my gosh. All right.

Lillian Karabaic:
Well I think the sign -.

Will Romey:
A sign we should wrap Let’s go find breakfast.

Lillian Karabaic:
I’m hungry.

Lillian Karabaic:
Let’s let’s wrap. We love hearing from you – e-mail us what you would do with your one hundred dollars, your financial worries, successes. Questions at questions@ohmydollar.com. Tweet us @anomalily or at @ohmydollar. And if you’re a patreon if the show you can- Or become a patreon at ohmydollar.com/support. You can tune in on new episode topics on our forums in our secret patreon subtopic.

Will Romey:
Our producer is Will Romey, our intro music is by Aaron Parecki, nd your host and personal finance educator is Lillian Karabaic.

Will Romey:
Thanks for listening to one hundred episodes.

Will Romey:
And until next time you manage your money, so it doesn’t manage you.

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