New podcast Where’s My Money? rethinks Kiwi finances

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AUCKLAND, Today: Just dropped: the rova original Where’s My Money? takes you on Reagan White’s journey from deep debt to financial savvy, guided by experts. It’s a collab with, NZ’s top financial advisors.

This isn’t just Reagan’s tale of dodging a mortgagee sale—it’s a financial enlightenment journey for every Kiwi.

MediaWorks Podcast Content Director Willy Macalister shares, “We’ve been wanting to offer Kiwis a relatable and digestible financial podcast that wasn’t just the traditional expert-on-expert talking numbers.

“Reagan’s story as a Kiwi bloke who thought he was making smart choices with money only to find himself staring down the barrel of a potential mortgagee sale is painfully relatable to so many.”

“So much of what you hear in the media about finances is tips and tricks, which only scratch the surface.”, part of AMP Group, excels in tailoring financial strategies and coaching. They’ve empowered thousands of Kiwis to dominate their debts, escape the mortgage quicker, and boost their wealth.

Where’s My Money? isn’t just about Reagan’s fight with debt. It’s for anyone eyeing real financial health—whether you’re saving, investing, or just making ends meet. founder Hannah McQueen points out, “So much of what you hear in the media about finances is tips and tricks, which only scratch the surface.

Where’s My Money? gives you an unvarnished peek behind the curtain at the emotion, the pitfalls, and nuances of righting the ship and setting the course for financial success. In talking about his finances, Reagan is doing what most Kiwis wouldn’t dare to, and it’s powerful – it allows others to learn from his experience and see the life changing power of financial coaching, which usually only happens behind closed doors.

This podcast marks a unique partnership, exploring real stories and genuine engagement beyond mere sponsorship. Over 10 episodes, starting now on rova, follow Reagan’s quest for financial freedom, with pro tips, captivating guest stories, and listener interaction.

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