Podcast episode: Back to financial BASICs

How do we balance finances during COVID-19?

Social distancing in the age of coronavirus presents an opportunity for all of us to step back from our lives a bit and do some reflection. This may be especially necessary for those of us facing financial hardship through this time.

Whether we’re cash-strapped during this time or not, being mindful of our finances is beneficial. David Chudyk, financial planner and host of the Weekly Wealth Podcast, joined The BAD Pod to share perspectives on reviewing the BASICs of financial health.

Episode 26: Back to finanical BASICs

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David Chudyk began his career in the financial services arena in 2002. In 2005, David had the opportunity to purchase an insurance and financial services agency in Seneca, SC and later, in 2006 obtained the prestigious Certified Financial Planner designation. During his career, David has won numerous company and local awards. He hosts the Weekly Wealth Podcast. Contact him.

Published by RyanDunn

Ryan Dunn has a bunch of certificates on his desk. A few are awards for content production and marketing. Another marks his ordination as a minister. One says he’s earned a BA in English from the University of Iowa. The certificate next to that says he earned an MA in Christian Practice from Duke (with honors!). Ryan is most proud, though, of the things he’s created: The Compass Podcast, some deep content on RethinkChurch.org, a series of practical spiritual advice videos, a long-lasting marriage, and fantastic little boy. (He enjoyed A LOT of help on all of those projects, especially the last two.)

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