The finder.com.au podcast episode 4

Adam Smith 25 November 2016

Podcast 4 title card

On this week’s episode of the finder.com.au podcast, we welcome fintech writer Liz Barry and discuss what not to do in a job interview, the Trump effect on home loan rates and Christmas gifts no-one needs. Plus, we offer tips on how to navigate the Christmas season without bankrupting yourself, and we hear your outlandish renovation ideas.

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