Nova Entertainment Launches ‘Small Change’ Financial Advice Podcast

Nova Entertainment Launches ‘Small Change’ Financial Advice Podcast
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NOVA Entertainment is launching an original podcast, which looks at the small things you can do that make a big difference to your finances, from Monday 15 March.

Small Change is a twice-weekly show, with easy-to-action tips for the everyday grind on Monday, and advice to keep you in check for the weekend on Friday.

There’s no boring jargon or stressful multi-step processes, just ways to improve your financial position right now.

Hosted by Rachel Corbett, NOVA Entertainment’s Head of Podcasts and Digital Content, Small Change will feature a rotating panel of finance gurus to provide their tips.

It’s like having a panel of financial experts just a tap away.

Corbett said, “getting on top of your finances is something that can be overwhelming for a lot of people so we wanted to create a show packed with tips that people could implement straight away after listening to each episode.”

Some of the simplest tips can make a big difference to your hip pocket including:

  • Removing your payment details from the checkout of your favourite stores. Do yourself a favour by creating a little ‘hurdle’ for yourself to slow down the purchase process and to give yourself a moment to pause before making an impulse purchase.
  • Switch your loan repayments from monthly to fortnightly to save both interest and pay off your loan faster.

Kane Reiken, NOVA Entertainment’s Digital Commercial Director said, “during these uncertain economic times, research has shown that Australians are taking back control to improve their personal finances. The launch of Small Change gives brands the opportunity to speak directly to this engaged audience, providing snackable tips and solutions to make real positive change to their financial future.”

The financial experts featured in this series of the podcast include:

  • Molly Benjamin – owner of Ladies Finance Club, empowering women to take control of their financial investments and get money savvy.
  • Renae Vercoe – owner of Money Mode, a program designed to provide the resources, knowledge, guidance and motivation that centres around your financial well-being.
  • Natasha Janssens – Founder of Women with Cents, an award-winning financial literacy program for women
  • Rachel Smith – author of Underspent, detailing how she broke her shopping addiction and buying habit without dramatically changing her life
  • Betsy Westcott – Financial Wellness Coach

The NOVA Entertainment Podcast Network is home to the best local and international podcast titles across business & technology, entertainment, investigative journalism, health & wellness, love & dating, news and sport & lifestyle; including The Matty Johns Podcast, It’s A Lot with Abbie Chatfield, Fear & Greed, The Night Driver, The Money Café, The Juggling Act and the recently launched Brenda, Call Me! with Courtney Act and Vanity.




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