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Ep 07 | How to Make My Money Work For Me
Ro$$ Mac and Professor Cope illustrate how to make your money your employee/a resource and debunk the negative stigma associated with being a trust fund baby. Tune in to help develop your own financial blueprint.
|Nov 30, 2021|
Ep 06 | How to Make Money with Your Friends
Ross and Cope talk through building with, investing with, learning and growing with each other as opposed to competing with each other.
|Nov 23, 2021|
Ep 05 | How to Make Your Kids Rich
Cope and Ross break down better ways to gift and prepare children for financial freedom including strategic steps to have money working for them from birth. They also discuss how they deal with the pressure to live up to other people's expectations.
|Nov 16, 2021|
Ep 04 | What is an LLC?
Ross plans his future insurance claim because of a "slip & fall" at one of Cope's properties. Then the hosts discuss the best ways to own real estate, business entities, and other ventures. Cope and Ross highlight the benefits of using a Limited Liability Company (LLC) to protect your personal estate.
|Nov 09, 2021|
Ep 03 | How to Improve Your Credit
Copeland and Mac illuminate the parallels between burning bridges and your credit score. They also define "financial resume" aka your credit score and highlight the five factors that make up your credit score; giving tips on how to optimize the credit algorithms to get a higher score.
|Nov 02, 2021|
Ep 02 | Play The Game or Let The Game Play You | Who is Ross Mac
Ross and Cope discuss what hustler's ambition means, the genesis of the Black Wealth Matters movement, Jock tax implications, Ross' experience working on the high yield sales and trading desk at Morgan Stanley, and more.
|Oct 26, 2021|
Ep 01 | I'm Recession Proof | Who is Brandon Copeland
University of Pennsylvania personal finance professor and NFL linebacker Brandon Copeland teams up with Wall Street Rapper and financial literacy advocate Ro$$ Mac to highlight the importance of creating a solid financial foundation through budgeting, emergency funds, and multiple streams of income. Copeland provides a player's perspective after signing a $1.45 million contract and only seeing $26,000 of it and both hosts share stories about navigating their respective industries with no built-in safety nets and how they became recession proof.
|Oct 19, 2021|