In this Financial Samurai podcast episode, I interview Emily Luk, CEO and Co-Founder of Plenty, a wealth management platform built specifically for today's modern couple.
Plenty plans to launch their product by April 1, 2024. They are currently accepting members for their waiting list.
In the interview we discuss:
- The definition of a modern couple
- What challenges modern couples face today compared to in the past
- How to manage a successful dual-career couple
- Financial infidelity and increased financial transparency between couples
- The cost of fertility treatments and financial planning
- Why is it so hard to meet people nowadays
- How Plenty helps couples improve their finances
Plenty empowers modern couples to seamlessly manage their finances together. In an age where dual-income households are the norm and financial choices are increasingly collaborative, Plenty created the first all-in-one money management platform tailored specifically for today's partners.
Co-founders Emily Luk and Channing Allen met while working together at Even, which was acquired by One in 2022. They got engaged to each other in late 2021, and got the idea for Plenty as they looked for products to help them plan their finances together.
About The Financial Samurai Podcast
The Financial Samurai podcast launched in 2017 and is in the top 0.1% of all podcasts, with over 500 5-star reviews on Apple and Spotify. Host Sam Dogen shares his financial wisdom and interviews eminent guests across entrepreneurship, investing, early retirement, and family planning.
Sam founded the Financial Samurai website in 2009 to decode the global financial crisis by arming readers with knowledge. He pioneered the modern-day FIRE movement by devising severance negotiation strategies to retire early, which he detailed in his seminal book “How To Engineer Your Layoff.”
Since 2019, over 100 million people have visited this site. Sign up for the free Financial Samurai newsletter if you want to achieve financial freedom sooner, rather than later. I'm considering consulting with Plenty this year and will make my decision before the end of March 2024. Plenty is based in San Francisco.