Financial Podcasts

Whether you are buying your first car or trying to save money for college these podcasts will provide you with some excellent information to help in your financial endeavors. Go on, give them a listen!

Teens and Money

The sooner that you learn how to handle your money responsibly, the better your chances are of avoiding making expensive financial mistakes! Making bad financial decisions can lead to the establishment of bad credit that could limit you from purchasing assets like a house or car in the future. It is important that you are aware of your financial options and that you know how to create a budget and implement that budget into your spending.

Listen to this podcast and learn some financial tips that can save and earn you money. This course will cover:
  • Money Management
  • Buying a Car
  • Checking and Savings Accounts
  • Credit Cards
  • Investments

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Money Management

Effective money management does not happen by accident. Financial management is the result of budgeting, consistent monetary tracking, and the implementation of a smart plan. When planning for your future, there is no skill that is more important than learning how to manage your money effectively. In order to manage your money successfully, you must understand the necessary steps to be taken. This podcast will provide you with tips on how to save money and balance your finances.

In this course you will learn about:
  • Setting goals
  • Getting Organized
  • Cutting Spending Waste
  • Building a Budget
  • Saving Money

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Credit Matters

Establishing good credit is an important step in establishing financial success. Unfortunately, it is easy to make expensive mistakes that can follow you for a long time. Establish good credit and you can reap special rewards and can secure assets, but abuse your credit and obtaining assets will become difficult or assets may be re-possessed. This podcast will provide you with important information about credit that will help you to understand how credit works and that can help you to build a positive credit history.

In this course you will learn:
  • What is Credit?
  • Getting Started
  • Using Credit to Your Advantage
  • Deleting Your Debt
  • Consumer Rights and Responsibilities

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High Cost Financial Services

In this day and age, there is a wide variety of borrowing options that are available to you. Just as there are numerous excellent financial products available that will help you to attain your financial goals, there are also products to avoid because of their expensive fees and problematic terms. Millions of Americans have fallen victim to misleading advertisements and predatory lenders that that have the ability to turn your monetary situation into a financial disaster.

It is important that you are able to identify which companies do not work best in your financial favor. This podcast was designed to help you to make smarter decisions about your financial service choices.

In this course, you will learn:
  • Different Tiers of Credit
  • Sub-Prime Credit Products
  • Fringe Financial Services
  • Recovery Methods
  • Financial Alternatives

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Drive Away Happy

While shopping for a vehicle is often exciting, it can also be complicated and time-consuming. It involves balancing your desires with your economic reality, deciding whether to buy or lease, and knowing what is the best deal for you. This program will cover the basic information you need to know to make the best decisions, including:
  • Understanding Your Financial Situation
  • Whether to Buy New, Used, or Lease
  • Credit And Financing
  • How to Get the Best Deal
  • Leasing and Lending Laws

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Finances for College Students

If you are like most college students, your top priority is your education, but you can make sure monetary concerns don’t get in the way of your studies by fitting financial management into your schedule. If someone else isn’t footing the entire bill for the next few years, you are responsible for making sure you have enough money for tuition, books, food, housing, entertainment, and/or other expenses. Even if your parents are supporting you now, once you leave the confines of campus, you’ll be faced with a whole new set of costs. Learning to make the most of your money today can help you prepare for tomorrow. This course will cover:
  • Money Management
  • Checking and Savings Accounts
  • Credit Cards
  • Household Bills
  • Student Loans

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Financially Independent

Money. You have a whole lifetime to earn, save, invest, and spend it. Yet, in order to avoid costly mistakes and wasted time, you probably do not want to wait a lifetime before learning how to do any of these things well. This is your opportunity to learn how to make the most of every penny so you can achieve the financial independence you want – when you need it. This course will cover important financial topics, including:
  • Money Management
  • Buying a Vehicle
  • Checking and Savings Accounts
  • Credit Cards

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