Listen Money Matters! Raw Personal Finance | Similar to Freakonomics, Tim Ferris and Smart Passive Income with Pat Flynn

ListenMoneyMatters.com | Running laps around The Dave Ramsey Show, Suze Orman and Jim Cramer’s Mad Money since 2013.

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The hosts of the show take a whole new angle to personal finance by creating a unique dichotomy. Andrew, the creator of ListenMoneyMatters.com, is a young money-savvy personal finance expert with a no-bull approach to educating readers about how to properly manage their money and make it work for them. Matt, a self-proclaimed money idiot, plays the Oscar in this Odd Couple-esque pairing. Between the two of them, they make learning and listening about personal finance entertaining. Matt embodies the average listener. He shares stories of his woes with money management throughout his entire life, and actually learns from Andrew live on the podcast. Matt’s goal in 2013 was to become better with money, and Andrew was his saving grace. Matt asks Andrew questions while sharing his personal stories and stories from listeners. When Matt is confused, he tries to take Andrew’s advice and creates a story to help himself better understand it. This allows the listener to understand how Andrew’s expert advice can really make a difference, and Matt will be the proof of that. There are some key differences between the two hosts that allow them to cover a wide spectrum of topics. Andrew is a steady-job holding investor, who can budget like a mad genius. Matt is a self-employed fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants money manager. Together, they make understanding money easy, relatable and fun. Yes, fun.

The hosts of the show take a whole new angle to personal finance by creating a unique dichotomy. Andrew, the creator of ListenMoneyMatters.com, is a young money-savvy personal finance expert with a no-bull approach to educating readers about how to properly manage their money and make it work for them. Matt, a self-proclaimed money idiot, plays the... Show more

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