Here are some podcasts that we may listen to during project time in class.
These links are provided to you in case we don't get to them in class or you would like to re-listen to them.
Listen to 6:30. How do companies that don't charge interest make money? The slippery slope of 'reverse-lay-a-way' schemes.
Are you saving or investing for retirement? Erin Lowry from BrokeMillennial.com joins me to discuss why it is so important to change the language we use when we talk about preparing for retirement.
Apple Crider (Young Smart Money) is a early 20's podcaster. Episode: Credit Cards
Skip the first 11:40 of introduction
Goal setting and the meaning behind those goals.
There are "minor" swears in this episode approximately at (28:26, 39:06)
Why Term Life insurance instead of Whole Life (beginning to 5:06)
Do I invest in Retirement or pay for college? (5:09 to 9:18)
Why choose a Target Date Fund for my Retirement Investment (16:47 to 21:19)
What's the difference between Saving and Investing: (2:28)
The cost of waiting to Invest (4:00)
Covers a variety of topic regarding Investing until the first commercial break
The 401(k). You've probably heard about this plan over and over again. But, do you know how this plan came to be?
Today we will break down the birth of the 401(k) plan.
We put so much time and effort into this process of saving up money that when something comes up, like a medical bill or car expense, it feels very defeating to have to spend that money.
Pedro Moura joins me to discuss how to deal with these feelings.
In this episode I will break down the rules of the 401(k) and some details you should know.
What is the difference between a traditional 401(k) and the Roth 401(k)?
Today we are going to walk through what makes these plans different.
A Roth IRA can be one of the most effective retirement accounts for young people looking to become tax-free millionaires.
That's because of the numerous tax advantages that Roth IRAs give investors.
Robert Farrington of TheCollegeInvestor.com is back to help me answer your student loan questions in this special Q&A episode!
Lisa Rowan, wrote a book, “Money Hacks: 275+ Ways to Decrease Spending, Increase Savings, and Make Your Money Work for You!”, compiling over 275 money hacks that she has collected over years of writing about personal finance. Today we are diving in to a few
MarketPlace - Coming to a Livingroom near you - SKIP to 19:10 - Tracking Expenses to see Budget waste.
How to make spending decisions to maximize joy in spending money.
Details (pros and cons) of Target Date fund retirement investing
Covers why and how to view & make changes to your Credit Report.