OPB RETURNS!!! OK, we were only gone for the same amount of time as every other episode, but does that mean we’re not allowed to get excited about it?? Does that mean we can’t toss and turn all night on Tuesdays with anticipation for new episodes on Wednesday morning? (Because we do.) Anyway, today we’re joined by Brad Muniz of SobelCo to talk about tax returns, office etiquette and all-you-can-eat buffets as we struggle to name successful movies about accounting.
Kate and Vinnie learn from Emeka Oguh of PeopleJoy that there are only three guarantees in this world: death, taxes and student loan payments, but employers can at least help their employees with the third.
We talk with forensic accountant Rebecca Fitzhugh of Sobel Co. about the salami scam from Office Space and Superman III… and other ways that people defraud their employer.
Ginny Marino, CEO of the Girl Scouts of Central and Southern NJ, drops by to share some Girl Scout cookies with us and talk about the Scouting experience, our favorite Disney songs, rogue wedding DJs and The X-Files.
In this episode we talk to Nicole Plath of Fortune Title about the ins and outs of property title insurance and why you should never eat unwashed fruit as she and Kate become best friends before your ears.
Kate, Vinnie and Fred Brody draw attention to the desperate need for technological bathroom innovation and explain why three year olds should never (or maybe should?) be given drum sets.
We grab Daniela Velez for an impromptu talk about networking tips, apps we can’t live without and the blight on society that are Adam Sandler movies.
Vinnie, Kate and Republican Minority Leader of the NJ General Assembly Jon Bramnick decide that, together, they would last three days on a deserted island before succumbing to poison ivy, starvation and lobster bites.
It’s Apple Jacks vs. Oreo O’s as NJ 101.5 morning drive show host Bill Spadea joins us to critique our breakfast choices and defend the merits of white pizza.
It’s Halloween again and Kate and Vinnie are joined by Lynn Donaldson to talk about bats, costumes and why you can’t save Gotham City through economic development.