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Living the life of an Orthodox Jew in the 21st Century often necessitates a very significant income. Unfortunately, many are struggling to keep up. The Problem Is Bigger Than We Realize The cost of life for an Orthodox family with children can range from $150,000 to $350,000 or more, depending on city and schools of choice, lifestyle choices and number of children. The median income in America is $68,000 per family. This means that a family would potentially need to be in the top 5% of all i ...
 
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Who said managing personal finances can’t be fun and rewarding? Meet Stacey Zrihen, a financial planner with extensive experience helping couples and individuals create their personal financial roadmap. As a member of the Achiezer team, Stacey knows the importance and various components of proper financial planning. In this episode we continued the…
 
97% of Orthodox Jews consider tuition to be the number one challenge of living as an Orthodox Jew, according to a Nishmas study. In a first of many upcoming Tuition episodes, Kosher Money was privileged to pick the brain of Rabbi Heshy Glass, the founding national chairman of the Consortium of Jewish Day Schools, and is a longtime educator with ove…
 
A couple making over $500,000 by simply talking to people about their insurance needs? That’s real. Ned Schoenfeld, a business consultant, visited Kosher Money to shed light on high-paying jobs and how to find them. He also advised which jobs to stay away from, interesting jobs that Orthodox Jews have made a career out of, and why writing well is a…
 
A whole episode on life insurance? YES! For those who know how important life insurance is, well done! For those who don't know, pull up a chair and give a listen to Brokers Central's Yoel Bodek, who is a secret solution to insurance agents everywhere and has in-depth knowledge on the ever-growing life insurance space. Have a question about life in…
 
Managing money well is a problem for many people. What many don’t realize is that financial stress can take a major toll on your mental health, too. That’s why Kosher Money brought in Rabbi Binyamin Babad of ReliefHelp.org to discuss how closely linked together these two topics are and how there is help out there for those who need it. Episode Spon…
 
Do you get that sinking feeling when opening up the credit card bill? You’re not alone. Budgeting is scary. That’s why Simi Mandelbaum, the only Orthodox Jewish certified financial therapist in the US, joined Kosher Money to share a better way to look at budgeting, plus tips and tricks on how to manage your money. To see more podcasts brought to yo…
 
The question on so many people’s minds is: How much hishtadlus (effort) does one have to put into his work vs. having emunah (trust) that Hashem will provide? Kosher Money sat down with Rabbi Moshe Hauer, EVP at the OU, to tackle all sorts of hashkafah questions as it relates to your career, women in the workplace, tuition, Maaser (tithing), and so…
 
Want to build wealth? Want to be successful? What you shouldn’t do is just as important as what you should do, according to JP Morgan Wealth Management’s Naftali Horowitz, who advises multi-millionaires on how to invest and grow their wealth. Buckle up for a fascinating episode. Sponsor: LivingSmarterJewish.org, your hub for financial management re…
 
Orthodox Jews everywhere have personal finance questions. That's why we've created the Kosher Money Podcast. Host Eli Langer interviews Living Smarter Jewish's Zevy Wolman and Yaakov Langer to discuss unique money issues facing the Orthodox Jewish community and what to expect from these insightful episodes. Find out more about LivingSmarterJewish.o…
 
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