After a six-week hiatus, The Personal Finance Hour returns Monday afternoon with an easy-going episode in which Jim and I discuss what we’ve been doing since you last heard from us. (Short answer: Jim’s been trekking across Europe; I’ve been walking and biking all over Portland.)
We would love to have you call with questions and share your own experiences! What have you been doing lately to improve your financial position? Have you had any frugal fun this summer? This will be a fairly open-ended discussion, so feel free to share your story.
There are four ways to hear the show. You can listen through an audio feed at the show page, or you can dial the call-in number at (347) 327-9144. You can also listen through this widget:
Note that the widget always holds the archive of the most recent episode. So, right now it probably contains our last show from mid-July, in which we talked with Baker about moving overseas.
We’re also on iTunes! You can subscribe to The Personal Finance Hour as a weekly podcast by following this link (which will open iTunes).
Jim and I do this every Monday — and we hope you’ll join us. We think this is a fun way to connect with readers and to help everyone learn more about money management. You can catch The Personal Finance Hour live at 3pm Pacific (6pm Eastern) every Monday.
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