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Welcome to Millennial Money Minutes where we tackle tough personal finance, investing, and money topics in 5 minutes. We also interview top personal finance bloggers, authors, and academics. Hosted by Grant from MillennialMoney.com and Matt from DistilledDollar.com.

Millennial Money Minutes | Personal Finance in 5 Minutes Grant @MillennialMoney & Matt @DistilledDollar

    • Business
    • 4.2, 68 Ratings

Welcome to Millennial Money Minutes where we tackle tough personal finance, investing, and money topics in 5 minutes. We also interview top personal finance bloggers, authors, and academics. Hosted by Grant from MillennialMoney.com and Matt from DistilledDollar.com.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

J. Barshop ,

Awesome show, highly recommend!

Grant, Matt and and their guests provide some incredibly actionable and compelling content on how to build a healthier relationship with your money.

Highly recommend listening and subscribing to Millennial Money Minutes if you want the knowledge AND mindsets to make more thoughtful investment decisions (and inch closer towards financial freedom as a result)!

Ghosh shahs ,

Annoying

Listen you’ll see

voigts12 ,

3%down-payments to buy a home

This show does not talk aboutANY of the numbers and calculations that would result from utilizing these “deals” offered by lenders.... let’s talk about the 30 year mortgage at a higher interest rate/ PMI that will be coming your way because of your very reduced down payment. This is a dangerous thing to promote as you are paying a very significant amount more on a mortgage in interest compared to if you save and remain patient and put down 20 % to get a LOWER interest rate and avoid PMI. May I remind you of the housing crisis we have just recovered from. Not to mention this information comes from a mortgage lender so I would say probably biased. Do the math people. On a 300000 mortgage at 3% down + PMI with an EQUIVALENT interest rate( which is not probable) of about 4.5% compared to a 20% down payment you pay about 500 dollars difference per month...... after a 30 year mortgage you are paying approximately 180000 more on your home. None of this is explained . Irresponsible advice and I will not be listening to this anymore.

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