There is news about you and your money almost every day. From politics and taxes to markets and interest rates, things happen that affect your savings and your future – so many things that it is hard to keep up with them.

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Problem solved. We follow everything that happens every day. And every few weeks we condense everything and report on everything worth knowing in a special edition of “Geld!”. Podcast.

In addition to rounding up the news, we also review our personal investments and discuss ideas and suggestions to make you smarter and richer without boring you to death in the process.

As always, my co-host is the financial journalist Miranda Marquit. Listening and sometimes contributing is producer and new investor Aaron Freeman.

Sit back, relax and listen to this special edition of the “Money!” Podcast:

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You can listen to our latest podcasts here or download it from any number of places including Apple, Spotify, RadioPublic, Stitcher, and RSS.

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About me

I founded Money Talks News in 1991. I am a CPA and have also licensed stocks, commodities, option capital, mutual funds, life insurance, securities supervision and real estate.

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