Podcast | How to use the lessons from the Covid-19 pandemic to improve your finances

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What affect, if any, will the Covid-19 pandemic have on this generation? Photo: iStock
What affect, if any, will the Covid-19 pandemic have on this generation? Photo: iStock

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We know from studying history that entire generations can share a similar money attitude or behaviour based on a major financial event that their generation experienced. What affect, if any, will the Covid-19 pandemic have on this generation?

In this podcast Maya Fisher-French speaks to Frank Magwegwe, a lecturer at the Gordon Institute of Business and financial wellness coach, about the lasting legacy of the pandemic on our financial behaviour.

They also discuss how people can implement new, healthier habits when it comes to managing their money.

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