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"Teach Me How to Money" is a down-to-earth take on the real-life financial issues that impact everyday Americans. We'll help you get smarter about your money—from investing basics to tackling debt—so you can save for the life you want, with the money you have today. Hosted by Jeremy Quittner, Senior Writer & Editor at Stash.
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Teach Me How to Money Stash

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    • 4.3 • 227 Ratings

"Teach Me How to Money" is a down-to-earth take on the real-life financial issues that impact everyday Americans. We'll help you get smarter about your money—from investing basics to tackling debt—so you can save for the life you want, with the money you have today. Hosted by Jeremy Quittner, Senior Writer & Editor at Stash.
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    Why I Started Stash with Brandon Krieg

    Why I Started Stash with Brandon Krieg

    It's our 50th episode of the podcast! Thanks for listening! Maybe you dream of starting your own business, but you don’t know exactly how to break out of cubicle culture, or your current job. On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, we talk to Stash CEO and co-founder Brandon Krieg about how he got the idea to launch a new kind of financial services company, and how the best businesses—including Stash—help to solve customer problems.
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    • 27 min
    How to Retire at Any Age with Farnoosh Torabi

    How to Retire at Any Age with Farnoosh Torabi

    You don’t need a huge stack of money to start planning for retirement. On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, personal finance expert Farnoosh Torabi walks us through the steps of saving with retirement goals in mind. Even if you can only save small amounts of money at first, it all adds up.
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    • 22 min
    How Real Estate Can Create Income with Natali Morris

    How Real Estate Can Create Income with Natali Morris

    Buying a home is the biggest purchase that many of us will ever make, and it usually involves taking on lots of mortgage debt. On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, real estate pro Natali Morris sheds some light on the home buying process, and why it might help to purchase property that produces income.
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    • 20 min
    How To Feel In Control Of Your Money with Winnie Sun

    How To Feel In Control Of Your Money with Winnie Sun

    On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, financial advisor Winnie Sun teaches us what it means to be mentally strong, and why getting creative about making money can help you gain confidence and help you take control of your financial life. She’ll also talk about why you should try to increase your financial knowledge every day.
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    • 20 min
    How to Avoid Money Mistakes with Joe Saul-Sehy

    How to Avoid Money Mistakes with Joe Saul-Sehy

    Learning to balance risk with reward in the stock market, starting your own business, and sorting out how much debt you should take on for home and college loans are just a few of the things we talk about on this episode of Teach Me How to Money, with guest Joe Saul-Sehy. In addition to his podcast Stacking Benjamins, Saul-Sehy has advised people about money for decades. His big advice: be sensible about risk when investing, but don’t avoid risk completely.
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    • 22 min
    How to Have Financial Conversations with Your Parents with Cameron Huddleston

    How to Have Financial Conversations with Your Parents with Cameron Huddleston

    We’re all used to mom and dad having serious talks with us. But how do we turn the tables and have that all-important talk with our parents about their own financial lives as they get older? On this episode of Teach Me How to Money, financial columnist Cameron Huddleston gives us advice about how to tackle one of the hardest money topics there is--the financial future of your parents, and why we have to do it.
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    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
227 Ratings

227 Ratings

Kennyzinho ,

Brutal reviews

Jesus Christ 😬sheesh you guys with the vicious reviews if you’re looking for a financial podcast that talks Keynesian economics and Friedman doctrine you've came to the wrong place now if your parents never talked to you about personal finance like mine then this is the place for you peace ✌🏾

irfanhaque ,

Pretty useless info

I listened to how to rebuild credit podcast and the lady that was on the show started off by sharing her story about running into had debt and then getting arrested. I was hoping to learn from her Experince. Her position was more to protect herself from being sued then actually giving any factual information. She completely dogged the presenters question on how to start to turn your debt around. Instead of this being a learning podcast, it became a story tale. Just a complete waste of time. Listen to Suzy Armand instead. More direct info from her.

Parfarkin ,

Podcast

Not a review but a question!!
Why no podcasts in 2020???

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