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The mission of Listen Money Matters is to provide an honest and trustworthy education on personal finance. A large portion of our audience are do-it-yourselfers who are curious to learn about new products and better ways to manage their money.
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If the Man Show discussed Personal Finance and other worthwhile topics in life, you'd have Listen, Money Matters. Andrew and Thomas are well versed in Personal Finance, but don't bore you with it.
As a 30 year old male, this show would be like talking to my friends openly about personal finance, if personal finance wasn't such a taboo subject among my friends. I started with Dave Ramsey 8 years ago, and I've evolved into listening to Listen, Money Matters.
Andrew and Thomas have put together, in my opinion, the best personal finance podcast for those seeking a practical, well-rounded approach to all financial aspects of their life. Episodes focus on a wide gamut of financial topics from travel hacking to save on your travel costs to how to save money on your grocery bill. Competitors haven’t ventured into the wide array of topics these guys have. If I had to summarize, I’d compare their podcast to LifeHacker for your personal finance needs. I appreciate the honesty these guys have brought to the table. For instance, I thought the Father’s Day episode in which Andrew and Matt interviewed their fathers about their financial lives was absolutely brilliant.
Andrew and Thomas host these useful and entertaining personal finance discussions that cover the various challenges and opportunities most investors face. I appreciate their candor and their willingness to help us learn from mistakes they have made.
Like so many of the great financial podcasts, these guys are great to listen to and bring in relatable financial knowledge. These guys seem to be far more open and approachable than my closest friends and even my family members when it comes to money...and I think that's the point.
Lastly, I think the best part of the show, is that there are simply no excuses for inaction, no blaming others, no complaining about the economy. These guys just start with the notion, "We're admitting that we're our own problems, so let's figure out how to turn this debt ridden mush into gold plated muscle. And finally, be sure to reach out to these guys because they do enjoy ongoing engagement with their listeners.
This is really more of a university than just a podcast. Each podcast is really a class on finance. This podcast is for complete clueless idiots and its also for experts. The BEST PART is you actually get valuable and tangible advice and tools and websites and an actual blueprint and questions answered.
I listen to this show for a daily does of money information and discussion. It keeps me engaged with my money and focused on my money goals while enriching my personal financial knowledge. It’s like a multi-vitamin that strengthens and maintains your money-muscles. Like your mom always says, take your vitamins! Money matters, listen to these guys!