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Millennial Money

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Millennial Money uses personal stories to help offer relatable, practical advice to others in similar situations. This series aims to shed light on money issues millennials face, but also their success stories, in hopes readers are able to take a bit and pieces for their own life. “As a millennial myself, I never learned about finances,” says Evy Kwong, host of Millennial Money. Financial issues for young people, in a precarious job market and unaffordable housing market, are closely linked to mental health. The series features a new person (or couple) each week. They are real people and situations, but their identities are protected with voice actors, in order to speak freely about what so many consider a very private topic: their finances. While the savings goals vary widely, the scenario for each interviewee is the same: they are asked to record every penny they spend in a typical week. Then, using tips from a financial adviser, they’re challenged to cut their spending the following... more


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4 out of 5 stars from 83 ratings
  • Interesting content but rushed

    I find the personal finance stories of fellow Canadians so interesting and love the content, but this podcast is so rushed.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canadaa year ago
  • Awkward and rushed

    While I’m sure keeping the podcast length between 11-13 minutes has its perks, i think it negatively impacts the quality of the podcast. The voice acting for the subjects isn’t… great, but that’s usually excusable if the host is able to compensate for the lack of personality. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago
  • Yawn.

    This podcast is basically a rehash of the TV series, Til Debt Do Us Part, rebranded with millennial buzzwords. Unlike Gail Vaz-Oxlade, Evy Kwong is has no background in financial planning and is a poor fit for this project.

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada2 years ago

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