In this episode we finally talked about financial topics — but not before going over some industry expert feedback on the troubles with the 737 MAX and renewing the call to get off of Insta-Face-App. We discussed cashing in a 401K to buy a house, PMI and equity, the biblical basis for women to work from home (Prov. 31) and waded into the waters of Catholic Economic Theory (spoiler: we don’t like distributivism). And we almost ended the show correctly!
Links, reading, and YouTube:
- 737 MAX: Software isn’t the only problem
- Just because you can make money playing video games doesn’t mean you should…
- (web) St. Alphonsus on the value of time
- (PDF) St. Alphonsus Sermons (On the value of time starts at the bottom of page 98)
- Exhaustive Analysis of Distributivism and Catholic Economic Theory
- 50 work-from-home ideas (some are even realistic!)
- 15 Mortal Sins Catholics are Missing in Their Confessions (Number 8 is one you should share on Facebook!)
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The Infant Jesus of Prague handles Ann’s financial stuff. Click image for details.