In this episode, Live Richer Podcast host Jaime Catmull speaks with Head of Bask Bank, Morgan Gray about tips on how to save and where to build your savings.
Gray covers two important topics that can help you meet your savings goals:
1. Getting started with saving by using the 50/30/20 budget rule.
2. Learning how to take advantage of high-interest rates in a savings account and lock in rates with a certificate of deposit (CD).
Morgan Gray is a Senior Vice President and Head of Bask Bank, the digital banking division of Texas Capital Bank. Gray has over 15 years of financial industry knowledge and offers some tips to help get your savings goals in order this new year.
This episode of the Live Richer podcast is sponsored by Bask Bank.
Bask Bank is a division of Texas Capital Bank. Member FDIC. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of Texas Capital Bank.
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The Live Richer podcast is a space created for people to challenge and manage their ideas of wealth, culture, and money across the world. By exploring money concepts from diverse voices, listeners will be inspired to build better personal money decisions. Bringing you the best personal finance advice to make more, save more, and Live Richer.
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