A Speaker to Translate Moneytalk into English
Your audience wants a speaker who has been in their shoes. I’m a guy who’s messed it all up. Credit card debt. Check. Student loans for no good reason? Check. Starting late on retirement planning? Check. Heck, IRS issues? I was there.
My talks bring good news to your group: You CAN grow your way from nothing to greatness. You can avoid stumbling over many of the pits that tripped me up. Over the years I not only cleaned up my debt, negotiated with the IRS, and pulled myself up from the rubble…but with a LOT of help, I sold a business for a pile of money, grew my net worth to a significant number, caught up on my retirement plan, and carved out a career that didn’t exist when I began working.
You can do it, too. Let’s work together to help inspire your group to build a great financial future.
I’ve worked in many capacities during my career. Among others, I’ve worked successfully as a financial advisor, coach (money and podcasting), brand ambassador, media spokesperson, and podcast and radio show host.
Current board member at large of The Plutus Foundation.
Former board president of Partnership For The Pathway.
Joe is a former financial advisor (16 years) and represented American Express and Ameriprise in the media. He was the “Money Man” at Detroit television WXYZ-TV, appearing twice weekly. He’s appeared in Bride, Best Life, and Child magazines, the Los Angeles Times, Chicago Sun-Times, Detroit News and Baltimore Sun newspapers. He’s also appeared online in more than 200 different places, including CNBC.com and WSJ.com.
“Requests to join Joe on his podcast are always a “hell, yeah!” He has the rare talent of making an otherwise dry topic like money – fun, funny and relatable.”
Host of the So Money podcast.
“Joe hosted our Plutus Awards and did a fantastic job. Not only was he entertaining and engaging, but we were impressed by his professionalism in his work and creativity leading up to our award show. We would be honored to have Joe again and recommend him highly!”
Executive Director, Plutus Foundation
“Joe Saul-Sehy brings the party when he takes the stage! Joe’s down-to-earth, approachable delivery makes him a fun and entertaining host who sets the audience at ease. Plus, having watched him behind the scenes, we can speak to his diligence and professionalism. He is intentional with his preparation and always communicates everything we need our attendees to know, which makes our jobs easier. We love working with Joe!”
“Funny, charming, and a delight to work with is exactly how I would describe our experience working with Joe Saul-Sehy as the host for The Plutus Awards 2020. Joe went above and beyond and made our first ever virtual event (thanks Covid…) a rousing success. The dedication to the process and commitment to excellence was simply amazing. We are delighted that he’s agreed to host again for 2021!”
The Plutus Foundation
Plutus Awards Event Coordinator
When you look back on your younger self, what do you wish you could say? It might be a sternly worded “Stop doing that, you knucklehead!” Or it might be “Thank you.” For Joe Saul-Sehy, host of the “The Stacking Benjamins Show” podcast, it’s both.
Former financial advisor Joe Saul-Sehy is one of the hosts of Stacking Benjamins, a podcast that explores smart approaches to financial planning. Alongside his co-host Josh Bannerman, Saul-Sehy offers content that helps his audience manage their own spending and saving habits.
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