SOMM Budgeting Podcast
An education podcast from David Mulonas
David provides a refreshing view on personal finance with a side of humor. He also shares offbeat current events and real-life experiences. He and his producers crack jokes while also diving into financial literacy and success. This podcast finds the perfect balance between having a laugh and getting down to business.
David is a published author and accomplished corporate project manager in the IT field. His book I’m Not Flipping Burgers When I’m 70! explores personal finance, budgeting, home ownership and investing for the future. David also launched a project called the Personal Finance Squad in which he offers guidance on all areas of budgeting and achieving financial freedom. You can find more information here:
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