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Farnoosh Torabi

'So Money' Podcast Host

"If we want to encourage women to pursue success, we need to offer them hope that when they marry for love their higher income is merely a wonderful asset for the family and it won’t interfere with his and her happiness."


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Farnoosh Torabi is the host of “So Money,” a podcast launched in 2015 that features conversations focused on personal money lessons. Previous guests have included Tony Robbins, Seth Godin and Sallie Krawcheck.

Before this success, at the age of 22, Torabi was in debt by over $30,000. She slowly climbed her way out of debt, and now uses her financial knowledge to help others. Her first book was aimed at helping young adults gain financial independence.

She also speaks across the country to various audiences and collaborates with forward-thinking brands on their financial campaigns.

Why She’s a Top Money Expert:

Farnoosh Torabi has spent the last 15 years helping others with their personal finances through her books and now her podcast after digging herself out of major debt.

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