Listen now to hear the dollary doo’s and don’ts of personal finance that they should have taught us at school.
The dollary doo's and don'ts of saving
This week, we chat with Bendigo Bank expert, Aggie Poliafico on the do’s and don’ts of saving. Plus how to save money and live a life by setting achievable goals and wins – even on a low wage and in the worst economy since the Jurassic era.
Red debt redemption (the good, the bad, and the fugly)
Or instead, listen as we break down the honest truths on debt and how to manage it in all forms. Economist, David Robertson explains good vs bad debt and how it’s possible to make your debt work for you. So don’t cut up your credit card just yet and please stop crying, our club room is too small for a new member.
A wolf in cheap clothing - investing for everyone
Mind on my money and money on my mind
Turns out understanding the first question goes a long way towards answering the second (hint: it could be your upbringing or it could be you buried it under a beautiful oak tree).
In this episode, psych expert Dee Monaghan helps us explore the different approaches to money and how this can be determined by someone’s upbringing and also how to navigate our way out of bad habits that could potentially be holding us back from being the best version of ourselves.
Give me a home amongst the avo trees - how to buy a home
In this episode lending expert, Matt Phelps helps us break down the whole mortgage and borrowing process (in layman’s terms) and we discuss some real, feasible examples of how to buy your first home (without even having to come up with ideas for an app!).
The world is ending so why do I need money? Our COVID guide.
In this episode, David Robertson assures us the future is brighter than you think, and we cover how to be prepared for anything, working within the gig economy and dealing with mental health - and your overbearing mum who calls five times a day (sorry mum, we’re busy – we love you).