Teach Me How To Money
“Teach Me How to Money” is for people who care about (or want to care about) their money. Let's get smarter about our finances—together! Hosted by Lindsay Goldwert, Editorial Director at Stash.
Teach Me To Do a “Money Cleanse”
A juice cleanse is supposed to reset your diet. Can a money cleanse reset your budget? Yes, says Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, a money coach and “financial nutritionist.” Gerstley, the author of the 30 Day Money Cleanse, believes that taking care of one’s money is similar to taking care of one’s body. It’s all about resetting and create new and possible habits, whether it comes to your weight or your wallet. But while crash diets can lead to failures, the same can go for austerity measures. Subtle changes can make a big difference over time. You just need to find the right balance. Thanks for listening to Teach me How to Money. Send us your questions at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try to answer them on a future episode. Don't have Stash yet? Just go to stashinvest.com/podcast and you can get five dollars to get you started on your investment journey.
Teach Me How to Be a Smart Shopper
What does it mean to be a smart shopper? Here’s the thing: It’s not always being an extreme couponer, buying in bulk, or stacking your gift cards. Being a smart shopper can mean using technology to get discounts on things you need, buying sunglasses or winter coats at the end of the season, or avoiding being tempted by sale items (just because they’re on sale). In this episode, Trae Bodge, a shopping expert who has appeared on the “Today” show and “Oprah” talks about shopping lists, bad deals, smart strategies, avoiding aggressive ads, using credit cards wisely, and how to shop at big box stores without wasting your money. Thanks for listening to Teach Me How To Money. Send us your questions at Teach me how to money at stashinvest.com and we'll try to answer them on a future episode. Don't have Stash yet? Just go to stashinvest.com/podcast, and you can get $5 to get you started on your investment journey.
Teach Me About Financial Advisors
We all need advice from time to time. But when do you need a financial advisor? There are financial advisors for everyone, from middle-class Joes to multimillionaire Jills. But how do you know if your advisor is serving your best interests? Trusting someone with your money is no joke. How do you know what to look for? Douglas Boneparth, the coauthor of The Millennial Money Fix, tells us what to look for in a financial advisor and what questions you should ask. Thanks for listening to Teach Me How to Money. Send us your questions at email@example.com and we'll try to answer them in our future episode. If you like what you're hearing, leave a survey on the iTunes Store, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. Don't have Stash yet? Just go to stashinvest.com/podcast and you can get $5 to get you started on your investment journey.
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