Money Podcast #36: Money guru Noel Whittaker helps millennials solve their finance challenges

Posted: 23 August 2017 3:23 pm
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This week on the podcast Marc and Liz chat to best-selling author and personal finance guru Noel Whittaker about how young Australians can secure their financial futures. Some of the topics include:

  • How younger Australians can choose and manage their superannuation
  • Why Noel loves investing using Acorns
  • Noel's three best financial tips for Millennials
  • Noel's favourite investments
  • How Australians should manage their debt
  • Noel's thoughts on rentvesting
  • Noel's best advice for Australians saving for a home
  • What Noel thinks about the idea of there being a property bubble in Sydney and Melbourne
  • The best resources for Australians looking to learn about managing their finances
  • A life-changing book Noel read which helped him with his finances
  • The benefits of compound interest
  • Noel's thoughts on if young Australians should speak to a financial planner

Also on the show Adam and Liz talk about the changing Australian property market, ING's new roundup feature and Eminem's Detroit mansion sale.

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