Jan 23, 2018
Podcast: Learn How Comedian Mark Normand Saves Money
By Stash Team
We talk savings, credit, IRAs and all the things we (never) learned about money in school.
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We’re back with season 2 of Teach Me How to Money!
On this week’s episode, we talk with NYC comedian Mark Normand (Comedy Central, Conan, Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Late Show with Stephen Colbert) about how he handles his money while making a living as a funny person.
At 21, Mark came to New York with $400 and a dream and not much else. Now he’s older, wiser (sort of), and ready to take steps to become a financial adult.
Investing, home ownership, retirement, saving money, he’s making it happen (even if he doesn’t understand exactly how).
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