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With the new year upon us, it’s time to kick those financial resolutions into gear.
Whether it’s simply keeping in the know, understanding credit scores and mortgages or writing the perfect resumé, here are the five best money podcasts to listen to in 2020:
The Money by ABC is presented by journalist Richard Aedy, who explains how the Australian economy works, and how it connects to the global economy.
Aedy explores the rise of buy now, pay later platforms, how subscription services have changed the way we pay for goods and services, the poverty crisis.
Glen James and John Pidgeon chat about millennial money matters like moving out of home, choosing between shares and property and how to attack debts in a funny and light-hearted way.
The boys’ site, Sort Your Money Out, also offers tools like its spending plan to help listeners master their income and pay down debt.
A spin-off of My Millennial Money, My Millennial Career will help you kick your career goals.
From talking about pay to writing the perfect resumé and killing your next job interview, presenters Emily Bowen and Shelley Johnson have got careers covered.
From shares to superannuation and side hustles, this podcast is a guide to sorting out your finances.
Presenters Owen and Kate even accept questions from listeners, and dedicate an episode to answering them.
Michael Yardney is a well-known Australian property and finance commentator, and this is his twice-a-week podcast.
In it, he invites guests to discuss the best property investments and building successful habits.
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