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Episode 16:
Debt Comes Calling

Raeshal Solomon’s son was 9-months old and she was $400,000 in debt when she got a phone call from a debt collector that would change her life.

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That was the day she began writing what would become her first book to teach families about managing money. What started out as a way to heal her relationship with money and educate her own children soon became a personal mission to reach a million children and help protect them from the same mistakes she made.

Several years and eight books later Raeshal has whittled down her debt to $40,000, become a regular guest speaker in schools, and launched a new podcast with her sons for families to listen to and learn about fiscal responsibility together.

Raeshal Solomon went from $400,000 in debt to $40,000 in debt in 4 years. 

Raeshal is a mother, author, speaker, blogger, podcaster, and financial teacher who helps parents understand basic money management. She writes financial literacy children’s books that teach lessons like earning, saving, investing, and giving. 

She also hosts “Podkash Kids,” an online podcast that features conversations with her kids about money. Raeshal has taught financial literacy to students all over the country and is focused on teaching parents techniques so they can join in the conversation.

Allison is a podcast host and producer, podcast coach for Press Play Podcasts program, speaker, activist, mom, sales professional, and proud wife dedicated to helping curious entrepreneurs, executives, and change makers disrupt the status quo and create a better tomorrow.

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ABOUT YOUR HOST

I’m a writer, a teacher, a native New Yorker, and I love hearing about people’s lives. When I think back to my elementary school days at PS 20 in Flushing, Queens whenever we began social studies or a history lesson I wasn’t that interested in learning about battles, topography, or politics. What I wanted to know was how people lived: What their families were like, how they adapted to their circumstances, what they ate, how they celebrated, how they felt.
 
Sociology became my major at Binghamton University and in my life so far I’ve been an actress, a salesperson, a Zoo Keeper’s Aid, a volunteer animal trainer, an ELL teacher, a mother, and a wife. I’m grateful for the experiences I’ve had, all of which led me to create this podcast which is one of the most rewarding projects I’ve undertaken. I couldn’t ask for a better job than having in-depth conversations with survivors, thought leaders, authors, social justice warriors, and people who believe that we are all connected and then getting to share their stories, insight, and vulnerability with listeners.
 
I’m so glad you’ve landed on this page. I hope you find stories here which resonate with you and that you’ll tune in every week. 
 
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