Join TV writer, actor, and New York Times best-selling author Gaby Dunn (aka America's Deadbeat Sweetheart) for season three of Bad With Money. After two seasons of reckoning with her own financial identity, Gaby's ready to give the American financial system an identity crisis. Every week, Gaby brings a queer, feminist, unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with celebrities, journalists, politicians, authors, activists, and fellow deadbeats. If you're sick of podcast "experts" giving you practical financial advice, you're going to love Bad With Money - the show that knows there's nothing practical about money, and isn't afraid to freak out about it.
Gaby takes her knowledge of what a stock is, and takes that a step further to learn how to get one.
Gaby revisits her roots, and goes deep on how climate change affects inequality in Florida.
Gaby learns what the country might look like if we weren't constantly worried about making enough money.
Gaby takes the pulse of our medical system, and the prognosis is grim.
Gaby explores the maddening and bizarre history of the gender pay gap - and discovers a startlingly simple potential solution.
In which Gaby talks about that thing too many white people are scared to talk about.
In the season two finale, Gaby talks to a range of people from the parts of American financial culture the system would rather not think about.
Gaby explores a variety of financial situations where practical advice is practically useless.
Gaby attempts to balance practical financial advice with her growing sense that the entire financial system is irreparably busted.
Gaby's in a panic after reading Jane Mayer's "Dark Money." You should be, too.
Why does the idea of a businessman as president make so much sense to people? Especially when the actual president is a terrible businessman?
Gaby tries to figure out why on earth people a) spend a fortune on weddings, and b) want to get married in the first place.
Gaby tries to understand the social philosophies behind her tax return.