Finder’s Pocket Money podcast – Season 2 announced

Pocket Money is back with some new faces, stories and tips to manage your money.

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The wait is over. Pocket Money season two is coming to a podcast feed near you on 19 February.

Pocket Money is the podcast all about money and your life. Whether you're curious, confident or just plain confused when it comes to your cash, we've got you covered.

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This season, we'll be tackling some even bigger topics, from the basics of investing in ETFs to the #debtfreecommunity and the hidden costs of owning a designer dog. We'll explore non-traditional investments like cannabis, finding a side hustle and even the financial side of being an online influencer.

This season, Finder's managing editor, Kate Browne will join journalist and credit cards expert Sally McMullen to co-host the podcast. Pocket Money's lead producer is Franko Ali. New episodes will be published weekly on Wednesdays from 19 February.

If you need a money fix in the meantime, the first season has some real gems to listen to. Some of our favourites include an introduction to the FIRE Movement, a story about the real costs of the fast fashion industry and a guide on how to develop rich habits.

So whether you're an Aussie (like us) or simply keen to better understand how money impacts our lives and our world, buckle up and subscribe to Pocket Money on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favourite podcast app.


Have questions for the Pocket Money crew? Want to suggest a future episode idea? Hoping to speak with other listeners sorting through their lives and their money? Join our community for exclusive access and discussions about the show and all things money.

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The Finder Pocket Money podcast is intended to provide you with tips, tools and strategies that will help you make better decisions. Although we're licensed and authorised, we (and our guests) aren't providing any form of financial or legal advice. So please consider your own situation and get proper advice about your individual circumstances before making any decisions based on anything in our show. Thanks for listening.

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