Host Sarah Li-Cain wants to make money more approachable by having frank and honest conversations. Each episode, her and her guests candidly discuss a topic at the intersection of money and life. It becomes a space where wins, failures, happiness, shame and everything in between gets its turn. Come learn about how topics like financial independence, frugality, budgeting and other major life transitions and events affect your money.To learn more, go to http://www.beyondthedollar.co
This award winning best personal finance podcast presents various topics around money and careers in a fun and lighthearted setting. The host, Shannon McLay, is a successful entrepreneur, author, and personal finance expert with a passion for helping people get financially fit. In each episode, Shannon will share a martini (or something similar) with friends and experts while discussing money and career topics.
Learn something new every day with a 60-second personal finance tip based on today’s headlines, brought to you by the experts at CNBC. Topics include saving, spending, debt, retirement, taxes, careers, college, and more.
TeenDiaries.net brings you TD Radio, Where Hip Pop, Fashion and Teen Culture Collide. Airs MONDAYS at 9pm/8c. Each week, host Aeshia DeVore Branch, Moiba Mustapha and Brianna Arps bring you celebrity interviews, entertainment news, sports, comedy, Music, teen topics, relationship advice, and free giveaways. So tune in to get the inside scoop!
Practical advice to help parents raise responsible, generous and successful children. From family and money experts Eileen Gallo, Ph.D., and Jon Gallo, J.D., authors of The Financially Intelligent Parent book. For more parenting tips and tools, please visit www.FIParent.com.
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Most people have no idea what's hiding behind their favorite things. We dig deep into everything from charities to the Founding Fathers to the Bible, and turn up disturbing stories and salacious details. From the Space Race to the Wizard of Oz, there might just be a dark side to everything. The Dark Side Of is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
Empowering Women One Sip At A Time Sharing stories about Love, Life. Family, and Home. Keeping it real, raw, and random. MomJonz is a Navy wife, a mom trying to figure out this tween and teen stage. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mamasandcoffee/support
Welcome to The Money JAR, a podcast for youth leaders about money, careers and innovation. Co-hosts Mindy Lockard and Rishika Vinnakota pair their unique perspectives with a mild dose of humor as they attempt to demystify the common challenges that Gen Z and all families face while trying to learn about the economics of life. The Money JAR serves as a resource for young people who are curious about steps they can take to plan for their future success. Invest in your future!
A seriously less-than-serious look at the world of finance, bringing you a lighter look at all the important news and insights about money and investing.
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Do you ever feel like being at home isn’t what you thought it would be? Somehow, it just seems to fall short. You try so hard to juggle the moving pieces and keep everyone happy, but you feel like you’re surviving instead of thriving. There’s so much advice about parenting and adult relationships, it’s hard to focus on what you really need to know. Let us help you. We started The Smart Family Podcast with you in mind. We exist to offer you high quality, practical advice to help you strengthe ...
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Take the positive path to managing your money with host Barbie O'Connor. Learn how smart choices can give you the life you want.
Your must-listen for valuable money and market stories from The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday our journalists from Heard on the Street, the Intelligent Investor and other popular features share insights on investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.
The online journal for students interested in finding out more about the world of business.
The DISB Download is a podcast series covering financial services topics impacting D.C. and its residents. The department, known as DISB, regulates financial services businesses in the District. The department’s goal is to protect the interests of District of Columbia consumers from unfair and abusive practices, while providing an equitable business environment for the regulated entities operating in Washington, D.C. To learn more, visit http://disb.dc.gov.
Parent Footprint with Dr. Dan teaches us all how to make the world a more loving, accepting and compassionate place -- one parent and one child at a time. With over 20 years experience as a psychologist, author and father, host Dr. Dan Peters understands the key to raising happy and aware kids is for parents to seek the same joy and mindfulness in their own lives. Through diverse and timely discussions, aimed at any parental figure in a child's life, Dr. Dan helps caregivers parent with purp ...
The transition from teenager to adult can be difficult, confusing and we can feel like we're stuck in a rut with no idea how to get out. Whether you're a teen, adult or elder, the reality is no one knows what the f@!$ they are doing. We're all just winging it and figuring things out along the way. The aim of "I'm an Adult, Now What?" is to discuss a variety of topics in an honest and open manner with an emphasis on the importance of healing from your past, being present, and discovering your ...
Zalmay Khalilzad, US special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation, says the US and the Taliban have alternative visions for the future. He joins the The World's Marco Werman with insights on the slow, difficult peace negotiation process.
The small country is a financial giant — and it’s working to lead the world on sustainable climate finance.
In the aftermath of the attack on Tuesday on The HALO Trust in Afghanistan, Chris Woolf, a former journalist for the BBC and The World, recounts how the group saved his life.
Americans are eager to take a trip following a year of lockdowns. But prices for summer travel are surging, and travelers would be wise to plan their budgets. Personal-finance reporter Amber Burton has suggestions for how to avoid big travel expenses. Charlie Turner hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
Your 60-second money minute. Today's topic: Beefier Emergency FundsBy CNBC
At the Financial Gym, we call the first meeting you have with a trainer, the “financially naked session.” In this meeting, you share everything about yourself financially so the trainer knows where you’re starting and he or she can make the plan for how you can get where you want to go. Above all other meetings, this one scares clients the most, be…
In this special podcast series, BusinessLine in association with UNICEF, we discuss a myriad of ways to tackle climate change. In today’s podcast, we are going to be passing the mic to some young people who are making it happen and doing their bit in the fight against climate change. What can India do to fight climate change? Varad Kubal is a 15-ye…
Sweden’s third-largest city, Malmö, implemented a strategy that has been successful in combating gangs. In turn, gun violence there has gone down.
Nigerian writers Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani and Kọ́lá Túbọ̀sún weigh in on Nigeria's decision to indefinitely ban Twitter after the platform deleted a controversial tweet by the president.
Family physician Jean-Robert Ngola faced harassment and death threats after being falsely accused of spreading the coronavirus.
Ain Husniza's video exposing rape culture at her school was viewed at least 1.9 million times, sparking a national conversation on sexual harassment and misogyny.
Quickening the pace and coverage of vaccination is critical to help India heal and get the economy back on track, a Finance Ministry report said. The report called on the government to ensure heard immunity is reached by September, increase spending on health and health infrastructure and stressed on implementing Covid-appropriate behaviour. Here a…
In this episode of Field Notes, TR Vivek speaks to Vilas Shinde, the founder of Sahyadri Farms, India's largest farmer producer company (FPC). FPCs are for-profit companies jointly owned by a collective of farmers where outsiders aren't allowed. Through economies of scale, the farmers get incredibly more bargaining power when selling their produce …
A small administrator of 401(k) plans is teaming up with crypto exchange Coinbase to allow customers to add cryptocurrency as an investment in their retirement accounts. Reporter Anne Tergesen joins host J.R. Whalen to explain how the program works, and the pros and cons of adding crypto to your retirement savings. Learn more about your ad choices.…
Your 60-second money minute. Today's topic: Car Buyers Are Spending More Than EverBy CNBC
Ultramarathoning is a dangerous sport, and runners accept a certain amount of risk when they compete. But some runners in China say they have seen the sport’s organizers cut corners at the risk of safety, which puts athletes in harm’s way.
Yusuf Faqiri, director for public affairs at the National Council of Canadian Muslims, spoke with The World's Marco Werman about rising incidents of Islamophobia in Canada.
"Time Difference," a new multimedia art exhibition by Katya Muromtseva, 31, urges viewers to listen to the voices of those who are critical of the Kremlin.
We all have chaos in our lives. But do you realize that YOU can put a halt to much of the chaos in your life. Join me here as I have a candid chat about controlling your chaos. Do you like the shirt I have on in the photo? Grab yourself one from my dear friend over at Doodle Maestro. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mamasandcoffee/suppor…
Trillions of cicadas, underground for the last 17 years, have emerged in numerous eastern and midwestern states to spend a few days above ground climbing onto trees and walls, mating and making a wonderful ruckus.
Mauricio Zuñiga was deported to Colombia after living in Florida for four decades. Now, he exports specialty coffee to the United States. He hopes the name, Deportado Coffee, sparks conversations about the US immigration system.
People seeking to undertake foreign travel for educational purposes or for employment opportunities and people who are on India's contingent to the Tokyo Olympic Games can now get the second jab in 28 days. The guidelines come after the government received several representations to allow permission for the second dose before the mandatory gap of 8…
An eviction moratorium to assist renters affected by the pandemic is set to expire at the end of the month. Housing reporter Will Parker joins host J.R. Whalen with an update on billions of dollars in relief funds that have been slow to reach tenants and landlords. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
Your 60-second money minute. Today's topic: Selling Jewelry for Summer CashBy CNBC
The encrypted device network called ANOM gave the FBI access to messages sent between suspected criminal gang members around the world.
Egypt has been the second-largest recipient of US military aid since the Camp David Accords in 1978.
Human rights groups have used the term apartheid strategically to emphasize the need for a paradigm shift in the region. But others argue that the loaded term doesn’t apply.
Last week, the securities market regulator found two Infosys employees guilty of insider trading. SEBI has banned all the parties involved in these trades from buying and selling any shares, and Infosys has initiated an internal investigation into the matter. So, what is insider trading, is it always illegal, or is it permitted in some instances. L…
Many people selling their home in the current market are getting a lot more for it than what they originally paid. Tax reporter Laura Saunders joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss the major tax exemption benefiting them, and some ways they can maximize their use of it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
Your 60-second money minute. Today's topic: Finding a Financial Advisor with Help from the CFPBBy CNBC
After the remains of 215 children were discovered, advocates are calling for a mass investigation into other missing children from Canada’s residential schools.
About $13 billion are squandered as a result of corruption in Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras, says Adriana Beltran, an analyst with The Washington Office on Latin America.