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Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin

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Ever notice that we will talk about everything before we talk about money? Sex? No problem. Politics? Bring it on. Money? Totally taboo. But not for long! Nicole Lapin— the only financial expert you don’t need a dictionary to understand, New York Times best-selling author, and host of Money Rehab— is here to rehab your wallet, so you can get your financial life together once and for all. Episodes are just ten minutes-ish... no frills, just bite-sized tips and tricks so you don’t waste any time. And Nicole wants to hear from YOU! Email the money questions you want answered to and Nicole will help–and you could even join Nicole on the show for a one-on-one intervention.

819 Episodes
Today, Nicole breaks down how you can set up your will successfully… and the mess you could land in if you don’t. To follow this money trail, she's joined by Erik Huberman, Founder and CEO of Hawke Media, and Cody Barbo, Founder and CEO of Trust & Will.
Money Rehab listener Adam calls Nicole for advice on whether he can drop ten grand on his next sleeve. To treat yourself or not to treat yourself? Listen to find out! Originally aired on July 29th, 2021
Arthur Williams Jr. went from living in the projects in Chicago to making money. Literally. Arthur was one of the most prolific counterfeiters in American history. Now, Arthur uses his gift for good. Arthur shares with Nicole the challenges that face people convicted of non-violent crimes when they transition to life after prison, and how he persevered— despite almost giving up. Plus, Arthur shares how he recreated the un-counterfeit-able $100 bill. Find Nicole's Money Rehab episode with Robert Rooks of REFORM Alliance on probation reform here: Find the book on Arthur, The Art of Making Money: The Story of a Master Counterfeiter, here:
Originally aired 2/2/23 Nicole breaks down everything you need to know about buying a foreclosed home; like, whether it's a good move for you, how to find the best opportunities, and how to beat competing offers. As promised, here are the goods:
If your money journey has got you thinking: "I want to take this whole money-making thing from an extracurricular activity to my full-time jam," we have something to help you get started. Peter Tuchman— aka “the Einstein of Wall Street" recently did an episode of his MNN podcast "Trade Like Einstein," on this exact topic, featuring an interview with the newest intern at his group, Alishah. Alishah is awesome, and when it comes to how she landed this internship, we have no notes. Subscribe to Trade Like Einstein and never miss an episode:
Originally aired 5/14/2021 Nicole catches up with Brit Morin, founder of Brit + Co and co-founder of Offline Ventures. They cover what it’s like to be romantic partners with your business partner, how to teach your kids how to save $$$ and which Silicon Valley strategies Brit uses at home.
Imagining a scenario in which you get laid off is not a fun thought exercise. We all want to have job security, and it’s stressful to think that we might not. But the worst-case scenario is that you get laid off and it takes you completely by surprise. A better scenario (although still a sucky one), is to get laid off, but be prepared to chase your next opportunity. Today, Nicole shares six signs that your company might be announcing layoffs.
We know that the Fed sets interest rates... but it's not the interest rate you'll pay for a mortgage. To unpack what it really means, and what it means for you, Nicole calls up a friend of the show: Dr. Uncertainty (Dr. Richard Smith). Plus, Dr. Smith shares his predictions for where interest rates will land in 2023.
We are in the thick of earnings seasons, which means public companies are showing their financial report cards for the past quarter. Nicole shares the three most important metrics investors need to watch in order to pick winning investments during this financial szn.
You don't often see defamation lawsuits for a couple thousand bucks. Typically, the figure is more like $170 million, which is exactly the amount of money that Fiona Harvey is suing Netflix for over what is allegedly a depiction of her in the series Baby Reindeer. Today, Nicole follows the money trail of this lawsuit, along with some other famous examples, to illustrate why defamation is so expensive.
In the second part of Nicole's conversation with entrepreneur GaryVee, they focus in on Gary's relationship with money. Gary explains how being an immigrant affected his relationship with money, which money move he's never made and whether he will take his company VaynerX public. Don't miss Nicole's first conversation with Gary! Listen here:
Yes, you can make money from wine as an investor— but you can't just choose an investment-worthy vino based on the art on the bottle (but if that's how you choose the wine you drink, well, same). Nicole explains the two ways you can invest in wine, and how to set yourself up for success.
Even though the inflation situation is getting better, prices are still high everywhere. Today's Money Rehabber is making $25 an hour, has two kids, and is trying to figure out how to make her finances work. Nicole gives her advice on how to set up your financial life for success.
If you listen to the show, you probably know Nicole loves CDs. But there isn't just one type of CD. Today, Nicole shares seven different flavors of CDs and shares how you can decide which is right for you.
For the last year, stock analysts have been going crazy over seven rockstar stocks known as the "Magnificent 7." But there's a dark side to these stocks— and one that is particularly risky. Today, Nicole explains the potential pitfalls and how to protect yourself.
Nicole had a great appearance on Good Morning America… until she made one tiny mistake that she can’t stop thinking about. Nicole talked about this with Entrepreneur Magazine editor-in-chief Jason Feifer on an episode of their podcast Help Wanted, and it's too good not to share with Money Rehabbers. In this conversation, they dig up their most embarrassing moments and workplace missteps, and decide on a benchmark for when to call out your mistakes, and when to keep them to yourself. Never miss an episode, lesson or embarrassing moment on Help Wanted. Subscribe here:
Money can’t buy you love… but it sure can cost you a relationship, because financial conflict is a huge source of tension for many couples. Today, Nicole is joined by entrepreneur and author Jason Tartick about how to not let money ruin a relationship. Plus, Jason talks about his experience being scammed, which companies he’s bullish and bearish on, and what Elon Musk is like at a party. Find Jason's latest book, Talk Money To Me: The 8 Essential Financial Questions to Discuss With Your Partner, here:
There’s a financial fairy tale you’ve probably been told: you find a fixer-upper, flip it, make six or seven figures, and live happily ever after. Real estate expert Whitney Elkins-Hutten is here to tell you… it doesn’t always happen like that. Today, she shares strategies to turn this financial fairytale into a reality. To read Whitney's new book, Money for Tomorrow: How to Build and Protect Generational Wealth, click here:
Rumor has it that anyone can call up their credit card company and ask them to waive the annual fee as a retention offer. Nicole puts this to the test and brings you along for the ride. Originally aired June 2023
Monday is Memorial Day. You know what that means: discounts. Nicole shares which sales are actually awesome deals, and which you should skip.
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Aakash Amanat

I've been a dedicated listener of "Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin" for quite some time now, and I must say that it has been a game-changer in my financial life. Nicole's expertise and charismatic hosting style make even the most complex financial topics accessible and engaging. What sets this podcast apart is its practical approach to money matters. Nicole doesn't just provide financial advice; she delves into the psychology behind our money habits and how we can rewire our mindset for financial success. One of the standout aspects of the show is the diverse range of topics covered, from budgeting and investing to entrepreneurship and side hustles. Whether you're a financial newbie or a seasoned investor, there's something here for everyone. I've learned valuable insights into building a robust financial portfolio, improving my credit score, and managing debt effective

Nov 2nd

Tom Danny

"Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin" is a podcast all about money. Nicole Lapin, who knows a lot about money, talks about things like how to make a budget, invest, save money, and deal with debt. She's easy to listen to and wants to help people be better with their money. Her goal is to help you understand money better so you can make smart choices and feel more secure about your finances.

Sep 19th

Aakash Amanat

Wow, I can't believe I stumbled upon this forum thread discussing "Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin"! This show has been an absolute game-changer for me when it comes to managing my finances. Nicole Lapin's approach to money management is refreshing and practical. She breaks down complex financial concepts into easy-to-understand language, making it accessible for everyone, regardless of their financial background. Her tips and strategies have helped me gain a better understanding of budgeting, saving, and investing.

Aug 21st

Nicholas Joseph

This guy. jeez. (in guy's voice: oh I'm really jealous of my servers. I pay them minimum wage but my customers pay them really well, which leaves me to rake in the lion's share of the profits. ) If this is what success is, it may not be for me.

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Nicole approaches finance with simple steps and wit - two of my favorite things. Her words are like a friend's and never condescending. I use her suggestions in my personal finance, and I often remind myself of her recommendations between episodes.

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