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New Podcast Episode: Money Habits and What We’ve Learned
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Lyndsey
Financial Educator
Posted March 10, 2021
Are you facing challenges when it comes to managing your finances? Struggling financially can be isolating, especially if we are embarrassed to talk about it. Meet the new hosts of Wallet Watch and take a trip down the road of our financial pasts.

Returning host Davante Montgomery explains that the hosts of the podcast live by trial and error, just like everyone else. “We have just been able to go through life and learn some different methods that have really worked for us on how to really navigate money.”

During the episode, the hosts share their insights with the hopes of inspiring listeners to explore new practices when handling their finances. Joining as a new host, I admit that reviewing my budget frequently helps me to stay on track with my financial goals. “The more we see that total amount of credit card debt or student loan debt, it kind of puts us in our place to remind us of those goals we have.”

The intention of the episode is to remind listeners they are not alone in their struggles and to motivate them to have money-related conversations as a way to learn from others. New host Amanda Conn agrees these talks can have life-changing impacts and should become a new norm. “I think it’s powerful to hear people’s stories, and I think that more stories should be shared. We shouldn’t be afraid to talk about these things because you can learn about what other people are doing when you do have these conversations.”

To hear our stories, and more tips related to money habits, check out the full episode by going to Spotify, Podbean, or Apple Podcast.

Do you want transcripts for any of our episodes? Email us a request at [email protected] Transcripts offer an excellent way to have a copy of the tips and topics we cover in each episode.

Also, we have a contest! All you have to do is comment under one of our podcast-related posts. Be sure to tag a friend and include the title of this episode, “Money Habits and What We’ve Learned.”
How to listen:
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Spotify: App and Web Player

Apple Podcast: App and iTunes

Podbean: App and Website
Contest rules:
Chances of winning are based on the number of entries during the contest time period. Only one entry per participant, per episode will be accepted. MSU Federal Credit Union and OU Credit Union employees, board of directors, and their families are not eligible to win.

You may also enter by sending a 3-inch by 5-inch card with your first and last name, address, phone number, and email address to: MSU Federal Credit Union ATTN: Financial Education Department: Wallet Watch Contest Episode “Money Habits and What We’ve Learned” 3777 West Road, East Lansing, MI 48823.

This contest runs from March 10, 2021 through August 27, 2021. The winner will be drawn on August 30, 2021, by the Financial Education department of MSU Federal Credit Union, whose decisions are final. The winner of the gift card must agree to sign a release form allowing MSU Federal Credit Union to use their name for promotional purposes for Financial 4.0 and any future MSUFCU promotional materials.

MSUFCU is not responsible for any damage caused to entrants' mobile device due to participation in the contest. MSUFCU reserves the right to cancel the online component of the contest should it become technically corrupted, and the winner will be chosen from all eligible entries received prior to that time.

Winner understands that prizes may not be substituted or assigned.

Entrants agree by entering that unless prohibited by law, MSU Federal Credit Union may use, if entrant is a winner, entrant's name, city and state of residence, photograph, and likeness for advertising trade and any other purposes in any media now or hereafter known without further compensation, permission, or notification. Entrants further agree that the aforementioned parties and all of their respective officers, directors, shareholders, employees, representatives, and agents will have no liability and will be held harmless by entrant for any claim, action, liability, loss, injury, or damage to entrant or any other person or entity, including, without limitation, personal injury or death to entrant or any other person or damage to personal or real property, due in whole or in part. MSUFCU maintains the right to change or modify these rules at any time without notice.
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