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Million Bazillion is a podcast from Marketplace that inspires families to talk about money. Described as “a godsend for anyone who knows a little kid with big questions about money,” by The New York Times, the podcast tackles questions from: “What is cryptocurrency?” to “How do I save money?” and “How does inflation work?” Hosts Ryan Perez and Bridget Bodnar take listeners on an awesome adventure to answer the awkward, complex and sometimes surprising money questions from real kids.
Million Bazillion is made possible in part by The Ranzetta Family Charitable Fund and Next Gen Personal Finance, supporting Marketplace’s work to make younger audiences smarter about the economy. This podcast is presented by Greenlight, the debit card and investing app for kids and teens.
Introducing Million Bazillion!
Where did money come from?
Negotiation is a super important skill
The price of pizza
Ads are there for a reason — to sell you stuff
Saving money is really hard to do
Secrets for starting a business
Jed and Bridget need your help!
“Million Bazillion” is back for season 2!
How is money made? Let’s head to the U.S. Mint!
Taxes pay for the things we care about
The history of banks
Why can girls’ things cost more than boys’ things?
Why is our money green?
What is the stock market?
Why are jobs so important?
Why do prices end in $0.99?
We’re looking for your money jokes, poems and tips!
“Million Bazillion” is back June 21!
What is a credit card, and how does it work?
bitcoin actualy just crashed OFF the charts
Bring back Jed!!!
re-hire the other co-host he was way better
Bazillion is not a number
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