Why All Artists/Creators/Writers/Etc. Should Learn How to Handle, um, Money

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Sara Schaefer is an Emmy winning comedy writer who’s about to break big with her own MTV series…but she’s broke. More than broke, she’s burdned with debt. How’d that happen to such a smart, talented Jewish girl?

This documentary is worth seeing not only because it’s entertaining (yeah, funny…really funny) but because it also teaches those of us who don’t have as many credit cards as Sara does what not to do when we, um, do.

Laugh and learn. We did.

4 thoughts on “Why All Artists/Creators/Writers/Etc. Should Learn How to Handle, um, Money

  1. Dan D. says:

    Actually they do teach about money in school. It’s usually in math class in those “word problems” where you have to calculate “compound interest” and little geniuses say things like, “When am I ever going to need to know how to do this in my real life?”

    Dan D.

  2. Dan D. says:

    They also have complete fields of study about money in College called “Accounting”, “Business” and “Economics”.

  3. LB says:

    Know how to tell if you’re NOT a real writer? You’ve taken classes in college called “Accounting,” Business,” and “Economics.”

    I don’t think this is about school, Dan.

    LYMI,

    LB

  4. Dan D. says:

    Know how to tell if you’re NOT a real writer? You’ve taken classes in college called “Accounting,” Business,” and “Economics.”

    Not to mention “Law”.

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