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How much money is enough to become parents? An episode from This Is Uncomfortable
A couple clashes about how much money they need to save before having children. This episode is from our friends This Is Uncomfortable's podcast series on fights about money.
Life Kit answers your pressing questions about inflation
The prices of goods and services have gone up. How much of that is due to Ukraine or the pandemic? What can our elected officials do to lower prices? And how does inflation slow down? NPR's Marielle Segarra and Stacey Vanek Smith tackle listener queries.
Credit card points are for everyone. Here's how to get into them
The idea that you can use your credit card to earn points for airfare, hotels and car rentals or offset grocery or gas bills might seem too good to be true. But people are doing it — and so can you.
Student loan forgiveness Q&A
Life Kit teams up with NPR Education to answer some common questions about student loan relief, including: What's the application process like? What loans qualify for debt relief? What if you have multiple loans?
The markets are down. Here's how to handle your investments
About 60% of Americans have some money in the stock market — and the markets are not doing great. Your knee-jerk reaction might be to sell. But experts explain why that's not a good idea.
How to protect yourself from inflation
High inflation and a possible recession is making life more expensive. Washington Post personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary explains how to manage debt as interest rates increase and prepare for an economic downturn.
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Obviously, forward momentum of this type of show is hard to maintain. The initial basics are essential and become less so the more ground you cover—because you’ve already taught those lessons. Sadly, this show has doubled down by not only covering less essential or universal topics, but also diminishing quality of coverage. When I listened to the vehicle maintenance episode and the first thing I heard was to keep an expandable seatbelt in my glove compartment, I knew that we had reached rock bottom…As a Democrat and regular NPR listener, it’s still clear when a show has been corrupted by leftist views that are no longer applicable or useful to a broader audience. This show has reached that point, and it’s time for overhaul or termination.
These podcasts are very helpful. I would like to listen to one on how to refinance student loans. In a little over a month the student loan deferment period will end. Some are paying the federal government rates as high as 10% on their loans. A podcast on this would be very timely.