You asked us about student loans, credit cards, IPOs, retirement savings, and budgeting. Here are our answers.
A few podcast episodes ago, we asked for you to send us some of your money questions that you wanted our perspective on — now we’re answering!
We cover the following questions in this first “ask me anything” styled podcast episode:
- How much do I need to save for retirement?
- What’s the best credit card to use?
- How do you budget?
- What should I do if my company is about to go through an IPO?
- Is student loan forgiveness going to last?
Big thank you to everyone who submitted questions. You are always welcome to send in your money question, too!
Email us at email@example.com with your questions — about money or even more. Ask us anything and if we get enough of your Qs, we’ll do another AMA-type episode to answer.
But in the meantime, jump into this episode to get these answers, or check out detailed show notes and takeaways below:
Further Reading & Resources Mentioned in the Show
- Want more on spending and budgeting? Make sure to listen to this episode of the podcast: How Much the Average Person Spends
- Questions about IPOs have been popular lately, so we also wrote a blog post about some things to consider if you might benefit from one: Upcoming IPO? Take These 3 Financial Planning Steps Now
- If you have student loans, Adam Minsky’s blog is a valuable resource to bookmark. Not mentioned on the show, but you might also want to check out this list of tools for borrowers compiled by Heather Jarvis.
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