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WSJ Your Money Briefing

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Rank #11 in Investing category

Business
Investing
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Your must-listen for valuable money and market stories from The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday our journalists from Heard on the Street, the Intelligent Investor and other popular features share insights on investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.

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Your must-listen for valuable money and market stories from The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday our journalists from Heard on the Street, the Intelligent Investor and other popular features share insights on investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.

iTunes Ratings

670 Ratings
Average Ratings
373
129
50
46
72

Pretty good

By GUCCI POODLE - Nov 28 2019
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Decent show but covers basic personal finance topics sometimes that are nothing new

Good information overshadowed by adds.

By 37th try - Nov 27 2019
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Far to many adds for such a short program. Content is otherwise well presented.

iTunes Ratings

670 Ratings
Average Ratings
373
129
50
46
72

Pretty good

By GUCCI POODLE - Nov 28 2019
Read more
Decent show but covers basic personal finance topics sometimes that are nothing new

Good information overshadowed by adds.

By 37th try - Nov 27 2019
Read more
Far to many adds for such a short program. Content is otherwise well presented.
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WSJ Your Money Briefing

Latest release on Jan 28, 2020

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Your must-listen for valuable money and market stories from The Wall Street Journal. Each weekday our journalists from Heard on the Street, the Intelligent Investor and other popular features share insights on investing, markets, taxes and retirement planning.

Rank #1: Attention, Savers: Congress Can Always Change Retirement Breaks

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Last year, Congress cut the tax benefits of Stretch IRAs, which are passed down to non-spouse heirs. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Saunders reminds us that Congress has long considered trimming retirement breaks, and savers should be aware that their breaks might be targeted.

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Jan 17 2020

7mins

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Rank #2: How Burnout Is Impacting the Health Industry

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Burnout is high among physicians, especially those between the ages of 40 and 54, a recent survey revealed. The Wall Street Journal's Brianna Abbott discusses what's behind the extra stress and how doctors are coping.

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Jan 16 2020

7mins

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Rank #3: A Surge in Luxury Apartment Construction

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Builders are on track to finish more new apartments in 2020 than in any year since the 1980s. The Wall Street Journal's Will Parker said the rise is led by a spike in luxury apartment rentals.

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Jan 15 2020

5mins

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Rank #4: U.S. Factories Luring Workers With Hefty Perks

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As they face the task of filling 500,000 unfilled positions, U.S. factories are luring workers with perks such as bonuses and relocation payments. Wall Street Journal reporter Austen Hufford explains.

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Jan 14 2020

7mins

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Rank #5: Working in the 2020s: Lessons Learned from the 2010s

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Wall Street Journal personal finance reporter Julia Carpenter spoke with several people who began their careers during the last decade, and are applying wisdom learned about debt, jobs and saving for retirement this year.

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Jan 03 2020

11mins

Play

Rank #6: Should the Government Provide Americans a Minimum Income?

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Wall Street Journal reporter Jake Schlesinger discusses a proposal put forth by Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang to issue $1,000 monthly payments to Americans, commonly known as universal basic income.

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Jan 13 2020

8mins

Play

Rank #7: Creating a Budget in 2020: Not Having a Budget Could Be Best

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Wall Street Journal personal finance reporter Julia Carpenter explains how creating a budget and not having a budget at all can be equally effective in managing your money.

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Jan 02 2020

5mins

Play

Rank #8: The Hottest Thing in Life Insurance Has Serious Risks

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Indexed universal life insurance, tied to stock market gains, can generate sizable returns for investors. But Wall Street Journal reporter Leslie Scism explains how insurers could be underplaying serious risks to policyholders.

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Jan 06 2020

10mins

Play

Rank #9: Municipal Bonds: Supercharged Returns in 2020?

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Wall Street Journal reporter Heather Gillers discusses 2019's record cash inflow into mutual funds containing municipal bonds, and whether that trend is likely to continue in 2020.

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Jan 07 2020

10mins

Play

Rank #10: California Aims to Launch Its Own Prescription Drug Label

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Wall Street Journal reporter Jared S. Hopkins discusses how a California plan to launch its own prescription drug would use governmental purchasing power to control rising health care costs.

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Jan 10 2020

7mins

Play

Worldwide Housing Price Stagnation Worries Economists

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Global housing markets are losing steam, and holding back prospects for the global economy. Wall Street Journal reporter Sarah Chaney explains.

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Jan 28 2020

6mins

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Why Supermarkets Are Closing Their Pharmacy Counters

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Local supermarkets are closing their in-store pharmacies as large drugstore chains expand their offerings. Wall Street Journal reporter Sharon Terlep explains.

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Jan 27 2020

6mins

Play

Is It Time to Get Rid of Security Deposits?

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Many lawmakers and municipalities are trying to eliminate security deposits in order to make renting more affordable. Wall Street Journal reporter Will Parker explains.

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Jan 24 2020

4mins

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FICO Changes Could Lower Your Credit Score

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Wall Street Journal reporter AnnaMaria Andriotis discusses changes coming to the way credit scores are calculated, and how it could make it more difficult for some Americans to borrow money.

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Jan 23 2020

11mins

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Considering a New Job? Beware a Culture Misfit

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Wall Street Journal columnist Joann S. Lublin explains important questions job-seekers should ask to better understand the culture inside a company.

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Jan 22 2020

8mins

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The Disappearing Executive Assistant

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Wall Street Journal reporter Rachel Feintzeig explains why executive assistants have been eliminated from U.S. offices in large numbers over the past two decades.

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Jan 21 2020

7mins

Play

Attention, Savers: Congress Can Always Change Retirement Breaks

Podcast cover
Read more
Last year, Congress cut the tax benefits of Stretch IRAs, which are passed down to non-spouse heirs. The Wall Street Journal's Laura Saunders reminds us that Congress has long considered trimming retirement breaks, and savers should be aware that their breaks might be targeted.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 17 2020

7mins

Play

How Burnout Is Impacting the Health Industry

Podcast cover
Read more
Burnout is high among physicians, especially those between the ages of 40 and 54, a recent survey revealed. The Wall Street Journal's Brianna Abbott discusses what's behind the extra stress and how doctors are coping.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 16 2020

7mins

Play

A Surge in Luxury Apartment Construction

Podcast cover
Read more
Builders are on track to finish more new apartments in 2020 than in any year since the 1980s. The Wall Street Journal's Will Parker said the rise is led by a spike in luxury apartment rentals.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 15 2020

5mins

Play

U.S. Factories Luring Workers With Hefty Perks

Podcast cover
Read more
As they face the task of filling 500,000 unfilled positions, U.S. factories are luring workers with perks such as bonuses and relocation payments. Wall Street Journal reporter Austen Hufford explains.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 14 2020

7mins

Play

Should the Government Provide Americans a Minimum Income?

Podcast cover
Read more
Wall Street Journal reporter Jake Schlesinger discusses a proposal put forth by Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang to issue $1,000 monthly payments to Americans, commonly known as universal basic income.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 13 2020

8mins

Play

California Aims to Launch Its Own Prescription Drug Label

Podcast cover
Read more
Wall Street Journal reporter Jared S. Hopkins discusses how a California plan to launch its own prescription drug would use governmental purchasing power to control rising health care costs.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 10 2020

7mins

Play

Some Bonds Tied to Student Loans Won't Mature Until the 2070s

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Wall Street Journal reporter Cezary Podkul explains how student loan borrowers extending their re-payment schedules have forced issuer of bonds tied to student debt to move the maturity date decades into the future.

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Jan 09 2020

8mins

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What To Do Now To Avoid Amending Your Tax Return

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Wall Street Journal contributor Tom Herman explains steps taxpayers can take to avoid making costly errors and omissions on their tax returns.

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Jan 08 2020

9mins

Play

Municipal Bonds: Supercharged Returns in 2020?

Podcast cover
Read more
Wall Street Journal reporter Heather Gillers discusses 2019's record cash inflow into mutual funds containing municipal bonds, and whether that trend is likely to continue in 2020.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 07 2020

10mins

Play

The Hottest Thing in Life Insurance Has Serious Risks

Podcast cover
Read more
Indexed universal life insurance, tied to stock market gains, can generate sizable returns for investors. But Wall Street Journal reporter Leslie Scism explains how insurers could be underplaying serious risks to policyholders.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 06 2020

10mins

Play

Working in the 2020s: Lessons Learned from the 2010s

Podcast cover
Read more
Wall Street Journal personal finance reporter Julia Carpenter spoke with several people who began their careers during the last decade, and are applying wisdom learned about debt, jobs and saving for retirement this year.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 03 2020

11mins

Play

Creating a Budget in 2020: Not Having a Budget Could Be Best

Podcast cover
Read more
Wall Street Journal personal finance reporter Julia Carpenter explains how creating a budget and not having a budget at all can be equally effective in managing your money.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Jan 02 2020

5mins

Play

Buying a Car: Some Dealerships Inflate Borrowers' Income

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A Wall Street Journal analysis has revealed that some car dealerships are dressing up car-loan applications with fake, inflated incomes in order to help a customer secure financing and complete a sale. Reporters Ben Eisen and AnnaMaria Andriotis explain.

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Dec 31 2019

14mins

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What It's Really Like to Be an Airbnb Landlord

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Wall Street Journal contributor Matthew Kassel explains the taxes and fees, as well as home prep, involved in renting out a room or you entire house through services like Airbnb.

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Dec 30 2019

8mins

Play

iTunes Ratings

670 Ratings
Average Ratings
373
129
50
46
72

Pretty good

By GUCCI POODLE - Nov 28 2019
Read more
Decent show but covers basic personal finance topics sometimes that are nothing new

Good information overshadowed by adds.

By 37th try - Nov 27 2019
Read more
Far to many adds for such a short program. Content is otherwise well presented.