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Teach Me

Teach Me How To Money: A Personal Finance Podcast

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Teach Me How to Money is the go-to personal finance podcast for everything you want to know about your money. One of Stash’s goals is to make complicated financial concepts simple, and in our podcast, we explore money topics in terms everyone can understand. We’ll help you get smarter about your money—from investing basics to tackling debt and boosting savings—so you can save for the life you want, with the money you have today. Hosted by Jeremy Quittner, Senior Writer & Editor at Stash.

New recordings are released every Tuesday, check back weekly for the newest episode! 

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Season 5

This season, we speak with a wide range of personal finance experts and personalities about rethinking college debt, retiring early, having that scary talk with parents about their finances, talking openly about money with others, and much more. Many of our guests this season have their own fascinating stories to tell about how they overcame financial hardships to become successful business people. As a bonus, this season we’re also shaking things up a bit, with a segment devoted to understanding financial concepts.

Season 4

Does just thinking about money give you serious stress? Are you always broke and can never get ahead financially? Or do you have money envy—about how little you think you make compared to others? If you answered yes to any of those questions, Season 4 could be what you’ve been waiting for! Our guests talk about all of these topics, as well as how to get into the millionaire mindset, making money promises with yourself you actually keep, and LGBTQ finance.

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Season 3

This season’s podcast guests include Axios editor Dan Primack, who’ll help you understand what financial news is all about and why it’s so important—he’ll also help you see the difference between fake news and the real thing. Also, “Broke Millennial” author talks love, money, and compatibility, and the founders of the budget travel blog Club Thrifty, dish about getting the most out of your card miles and rewards.

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Season 2

Life insurance, video games, and talking finance with your kids are just a few of the topics we consider in Season 2. Also, David Rheins, the founder and executive director of the Marijuana Business Association, tells all about the promise and challenges of this cannabis sector. Plus, author and financial experts Bobbi Rebell speaks about ditching shame and starting to act like a financial grownup. Yes, please!

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Season 1

In our very first season, Stash CEO Brandon Krieg tells us why consistency is the smartest investing strategy anyone can have. Plus, you’ll learn about the best way to ask for that long-overdue raise, avoiding holiday shopping madness, and how your love of fantasy football can help you build a smarter portfolio. Tune in, you won’t be disappointed.

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