Bryce Leske (Left) and Alec Renehan (Right)
You've probably heard of the Equity Mates investment podcast. In this special 3-part podcast series, Alec Renehan and Bryce Leske will cover ALL the basics that you need to start your investing journey with Finder.
- Episode 1: Sort your debt with Graham Cooke
- Episode 2: Get your money right (with the experts)
- Episode 3: Money sorted, now what? with Kylie Purcell
In this episode, Equity Mates looks into Australian finance data with Graham Cooke, head of consumer research at Finder. Graham reveals what the average Aussie saves, and how COVID-19 has impacted our financial habits. The team discuss the most important thing people need to handle before investing: debt. Listen now to understand good vs bad debts plus strategies to deal with your debt.
Not all debt is bad. Good debt helps you build wealth, bad debt does not!”
In this episode, Alec and Bryce round up some great personal finance advice from experts in the field including Scott Pape, Dave Ramsey and Melissa Browne, along with how some of this advice has been applied in their own life. We've got tips on how to save money, make more money & get your cash flow right before investing.
Have two debit cards (one for splurging and one for essentials).”
In the final episode, Equity Mates looks at what you need to think about once you've gotten your money sorted. Finder's investment editor Kylie will take you through some of the best practices when it comes to personal finance, and how it can help your investing journey. Finder's app can help you automate a lot of this.
Your investment goals should be helping you to achieve your life goals. ”
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