It’s time for a Friday Flight! These episodes are all about the week’s financial news and the impact on your personal finances. There are a lot of headlines out there, but we distill it down to specific takeaways that will allow you to kick off the weekend informed and help you to continue to make smart money moves. In this episode we cover some interesting and helpful stories like: Bobby Bonilla made the wrong decision, keeping utility costs low during scorching heat, peak inflation with costs coming down, appreciating used cars, personal rates of inflation, saving money sucks, Peloton disabling treadmills, new Venmo fees, Gen Zers and Millennials are being targeted with new scams, high costs of title insurance, avoiding extended car warranties, student loan interest rates have increased, & book giveaway winners!
- Nest Thermostats are great but check and see if your power company offers a rebate first.
- Make it harder to lose money to scammers by freezing your credit.
- And winners of the “Raid Our Bookshelf” giveaway from last week are: B.Saconn, Megul22, and Evle3. We’ll be reaching out to you via email!
- A full blog post on common fees and how to avoid them!
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