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The Consumerism Commentary Podcast

By Consumerism Commentary

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The Consumerism Commentary Podcast is a radio show from a premier personal finance blog, Consumerism Commentary. Website founder Flexo and hosts Tom Dziubek and Jay Frosting talk with guests about money management, getting out of debt, budgeting, consumer issues, investing, and the economic issues that touch individuals in the United States and all over the world.

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One of the more interesting and professionally produced financial podcasts out there.

A lot of personal finance bloggers are putting out podcasts these days, but not many of them are able to put one together that sounds as professional and that holds your attention as well as this one does. Flexo and Tom put out consistently good material, interesting interviews, and solid financial tips. Definitely one of the podcasts on my short list, and one I listen to most every week. Great job guys!

Great morning commute listen

Love this podcast. Great listening for a morning commute to work each week. Only wish they would clean up the audio a bit, seems to over compressed. But they are still working it out. Only 7 episodes out when I wrote this review so I am sure when you read this review that audio issue will be ironed out. BTW, Been listening to Tom since eReport days. That was criminal WSJ killed that podcast segment. Good luck guys. Ed Walsh

Episode 7

It's very telling that so many people live paycheck to paycheck. That is only justified for those with insufficient income, and sufficient income is a lower amount than many people think. It's so important to live within one's means, which in turn increases one's means tremendously, if made a habit. I enjoyed Linsey's commentary on frugality. It's really an individual thing based on values, as to what to be frugal with, what is essential/important/desirable and what is not. We use paper towels. I wish my husband didn't use them as though they are free. I like having everything we need, and convenience, but I am not as wasteful as my hubby in certain areas. I like top quality everything at lowest price, which to me means Brawny paper towels on sale. When I get especially ticked off at the overuse, I'll buy the junk paper towels based on price. I don't like wasting the good stuff, and I don't even waste the junky ones. Doing that is not great savings, but I'm not going to use cloth and create laundry, which is more expensive in terms of time and money. I use a calendar online, and other tools, but don't use Quicken, Mint or any of those. I do online banking, but our financial management is on paper, with every expense tracked daily and accounting done monthly.

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  • Category: Investing
  • Language: English

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