Can we learn to make smarter financial decisions and build better money habits? Financial Journalist and creator of Squawkfox.com, Kerry K. Taylor and her guests reveal the everyday money mistakes and missteps that can affect your future, and how to fix it! Because money isn’t really about math, Cash and Kerry explores: saving & spending, investing, behavioral economics, and the VERY relatable irrational habits we have when it comes to our money. Have a question or topic you’d like to see covered on the show? Go to squawkfox.com/cash-and-kerry -- Where money is sexy, delicious, and fun.
How to Reduce Food Waste with Angela Cooper
You likely have an invisible, costly, and tasty problem in your home -- it's food waste! The average household throws out $1,100 of perfectly good food every year! If your fridge is filled with good intentions, but you still manage to garbage your groceries, this episode could help you save hundreds, even thousands of dollars every year. Angela Cooper, PhD, an Associate at BEworks, is a behavioral scientist with the recipe for reducing food waste.
"One of the interesting things about this program is its simplicity. It's not that we have some new fangled gadget or a really complex procedure to help reduce your food waste. Let's just give you a different way of thinking about what you've got -- it's food math in a way," says Angela.
In this episode Angela unlocks our food wasting habits and shares with science-backed research how small, simple steps can turn these costly behaviors into sustainable actions. Plus you'll save money and may reduce your grocery bill too. @squawkfox @beworks
C’mon over to https://www.squawkfox.com/reduce-food-waste/ to watch.
How to Become a Millionaire with Andrew Hallam
If you’ve ever dreamed of financial freedom, wished for clarity on how to invest your hard-earned dollars, or wanted the confidence to just get started with investing today -- this episode is for you! Andrew Hallam, author of Millionaire Teacher, knows the power of starting small and investing in a low cost portfolio of index funds. He became a millionaire on a teacher's salary.
"Small amounts of money set aside over lengthy periods of time become like a snowball. It just starts growing and growing and growing," says Andrew. "I would love everyone to do it."
In this episode Andrew shares how anyone can turn a small income into a big portfolio, how to find the hidden fees that could be eroding your wealth, why actively managed mutual funds won't beat the market over time, and how you can start investing today with just one fund. @squawkfox @aphallam
C’mon over to https://www.squawkfox.com/become-a-millionaire/ to watch.
Why Material Things Won’t Make You Happy (and what will) w/ Andrew Hallam
Do you keep buying stuff to feel happy? Do you want to be happier, healthier, and wealthier without the burden of debt dragging you down? Financial Journalist Andrew Hallam has helped people around the world increase their wealth and find happiness without the trappings of material things. He’s the author of Millionaire Teacher, and he’s travelled far and wide finding what brings us true joy in life. The answer isn’t stuff.
In this episode Andrew shares science-backed keys to happiness, why we pursue the wrong things and how to break the addiction, what true wealth is and how to reach it, and what you can do to improve your day-to-day life, no matter where you live and what you do. @squawkfox @aphallam
Show Notes: https://www.squawkfox.com/material-things/
Dan Ariely on Breaking Bad Financial Habits Using Technology
“The checking account is the garbage can of personal finance.” — Dan Ariely, Chief Behavioral Economist at Qapital and best-selling author, explains why our environment is set up to tempt us and how technology can help us make better financial decisions in a cashless world. Plus, learn why willpower often fails, how Covid-19 is changing our money habits, and the best asset class to invest in right now. @danariely via @squawkfox
Show Notes: https://www.squawkfox.com/dan-ariely/
Great advice unlike so many podcasts out there!
Finally a podcast with helpful advice backed up by evidence presented in an interesting & succinct way. I find so many podcasts about money are opinion-based but I’m looking for facts and you get that with this one!
Worth a watch
Excellent information that everybody should know! Great job!
Always enjoy Kerry’s financial wisdom. She is a fantastic resource no matter what platform. This podcast is A+.