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Posted September 16, 2021

 

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Regions Bank on Tuesday announced the launch of the Next Step Podcast, the latest financial wellness resource from Regions Next Step, the bank’s free financial education program.

The Next Step Podcast collection is rolling out weekly in popular podcast directories. Listeners can already access more than 20 episodes via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Audible, Google Play, Pocket Cast, and many other platforms. Regions is launching episodes based on common themes that are in demand among consumers. More than 60 episodes will be available by the end of October.

“Regions Bank is committed to financial wellness, and the Next Step Podcast is another step forward in helping connect people to new strategies, valuable insights and important resources to reach their unique financial goals,” said Joye Hehn, Next Step financial education manager for Regions Bank. “Whether you’re creating your first budget, building credit, buying a home, or starting a business, the Next Step Podcast is full of tips to help you make informed money-management decisions. We are thrilled to add this podcast to our lineup of free Regions Next Step resources for people to access whenever and wherever it’s most convenient.”

Designed to be quick, educational, and action-oriented, the Next Step Podcast collection features Regions financial wellness relationship managers and various subject-matter experts discussing personal finance topics, including budgeting, saving, credit, homeownership, and student finances. Business topics are also covered, such as building a new business successfully, engaging with customers, and career development.


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