finder.com.au Money Podcast #14 – Divorce and finances, difficult apartment dwellers and denim indecision

Adam Smith 24 March 2017 NEWS

finder.com.au money podcast episode 14 v2

Today on the finder.com.au Money Podcast we welcome our founder and CEO Fred Schebesta, who opens up about the financial and emotional lessons you can learn from divorce. Plus, we talk the new season of The Block, apartment frustrations and Adam has an existential crisis about his denim jacket.

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Notes and links mentioned in this podcast

  • 09:03 - News item 1 - travel ban from the US and UK
  • 11:50 - News item 2 - the block locations for 2017 and 2018
  • 17:09 - News item 3 - ING DIRECT is launching a credit card
  • 18:40 - News item 4 - westpac announces wearable
  • 21:47 - Funny money news 1 - How to live in an apartment classes
  • 25:25 - Funny money news 2 - Whole town in Oregon is for sale for 3.5 million
  • 30:08 - Funny money news 3 - Melbourne man gets fined when checking parking sign
  • 33:16 - Funny money news 4 - Liz’s haunted phone
  • 35:15 - Funny money news 5 - Chinese park with facial recognition toilet paper dispenser
  • 39:05 - Fred Schebesta talks to us about his journey through divorce
  • 57:00 - How did you keep the company growing and emerging during all of this?
  • 1:26:20 - Answers to the question of last week
  • 1:35:40 - The question of this week

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