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Financially Well

Why a finance podcast for Millennials specifically?  The Financially Well podcast is designed to do  help our generation in a way that is still all too rare. There's no shortage of personal finance news, whether related to student loans, housing costs, inflation, or something else. We also have access to plenty of generalized articles about how to save for college or what you need to be on track for retirement. What we need more of is  someone who can explain, with empathy and without judgment, what all of this personal finance information means to us.  Financially Well is designed to fill that void for Millennials.

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All Financially Well Episodes

Kevin Mahoney, CFP names the best financial advisors in the Washington, D.C. area for 2020

The 9 Best Financial Advisors in Washington, DC for 2022

Your 2022 list of the 9 best independent financial advisors in Washington, DC. Brought to you by Financially Well, the Millennial finance podcast.

December 15, 2021

Financial Planning

True financial planning demands voting and advocacy

Financial Planning Isn’t Complete Without Advocacy

I’ve committed to always acting in my clients’ best interest. But if I don’t start advocating for systemic changes, am I really upholding that standard?

August 11, 2020

Values

Kevin Mahoney, CFP on Early Childhood Financial Literacy

When Should We Teach Our Child About Money?

Ron Lieber writes about the tough questions that parents face as we try to teach financial literacy to our kids

April 22, 2020

Financial Literacy

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