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Remember all that stuff that they didn't teach you in school? No? Well, How To Money is here to discuss everything from taxes to first jobs, superannuation to credit cards. Join Kate as she takes on the task of demystifying the confusing world of money, and helps kick start your financial education journey.
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In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Jodie Hampshire, the Managing Director of Russell Investments Australia, one of the world's leading asset managers. Kate and Jodie discuss the value of financial advice for young Australian's and the role financial advisors can play in your life.This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastRussell Investments Australia: https://russellinvestments.com/auHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Ben from Gecko, an online platform where you can rent out items around your home that you're not using for some extra cash. Kate and Ben discuss how Gecko works, opportunities in the sharing economy for extra cash, starting a company at university and some of the challenges young entrepreneurs can face.This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastGecko: https://web.geckoonline.com.au/HTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Nathan from Wildcard, an app that gives you a portion of your pay every day, so you've always got money to spend. Kate and Nathan discuss saving and budgeting tips for young Aussies, the reverse budget (Wildcard method) and building good financial habits.This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastWildcard: www.wildcard.moneyHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate and Susan dive into the rise of neobanks and digital financial products in Australia. They discuss what neobanks are up to, how they differ from traditional institutions, regulation in Australia and why having more competition is good for you (the consumer).This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast Kate spoke to Ele from BetaShares, one of Australia's leading ETF providers. Kate and Ele discuss common myths about Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), including the major misconception that they're just a passing phase (they're not)! For background on ETFs check out our first episode with BetaShares in Season 1.This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastBetaShares: betashares.com.auHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast Kate spoke to Dr Daniel Crosby, who is a psychologist and behavioural finance expert from the States. Kate and Daniel chat about the emotions impacting our financial decisions, mitigating our behavioural biases when we're investing and automating our finances. Side note - Kate discovered post recording that our Australian Superannuation assets totalled $2.8 trillion at the end of the March 2019 (as reported by the ASFA)!This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's favourite online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastDr Daniel Crosby Twitter: @danielcrosbyThe Behavioral Investor: https://amzn.to/2Ke7Gx3HTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
We all want to make better financial decisions but we often don't have the time, don't know where to start or don't have the extra money to make these financial decisions. In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, we've invited Mark from Hip Money on the show, who has created a free app aimed designed to make paying off your mortgage a more engaging experience, so you can put more money aside and wipe years off your loan. We cover some of the things young Aussies should know prior to taking out a mortgage, how small changes add up and the benefits of automating your finances.This episode was kindly supported by Etax Accountants, Australia's number one online tax agent. Head to www.etax.com.au today to finish your tax return online in minutes.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, we invited Ashley Debenham from Etax Accountants to cover tax return basics, plus provide you with tips to ensure you get the best possible tax refund. We also discuss some common dedications to keep an eye out for, and why it might be beneficial to source assistance from an accountant when doing your tax return. Please bear in mind the audio is a little more rustic than usual in the episode (as we recorded from different locations)!Etax Accountants: www.etax.com.auShow Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
In this episode, Kate had the pleasure of chatting with Julia Lee, Equities Strategist from Bell Direct. We spoke about setting goals for the new financial year, things to look out for and reminding ourselves to use our tax return for good (it's not free money)! Julia also talks about a few stocks climbing the market at the moment, and where to invest outside of your bank account.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastHTM Website: howtomoney.onlineHTM Twitter: @HowToMoneyAUSHTM Instagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
This episode of the How To Money Podcast covers what the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) actually does, the RBA cash rate, inflation and what the recent reduction in the cash rate means for us.The Reserve Banks job is to achieve price stability, full employment, and the economic prosperity and welfare of the Australian people. The RBA does this by using an inflation target to help keep inflation between 2-3%, on average, using the cash rate. The Reserve Bank Board meets eleven times a year, on the first Tuesday of the month, to decide what the cash rate should be. The cash rate has a strong influence over other interest rates, such as lending and deposit rates, and a reduction in the cash rate typically stimulates spending and inflation, while an increase in the cash rate typically dampens spending and inflation. Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastRBA Education: https://www.rba.gov.au/educationWebsite: howtomoney.onlineTwitter: @HowToMoneyAUSInstagram: @HowToMoneyAUSPlease send any questions, feedback or episode suggestions through to us at howtomoneyaus@gmail.com and if you enjoyed the episode we'd be thrilled if you left us a review here on iTunes. Just a reminder that everything we cover in this podcast is financial education only, we are not giving you any advice. If you do want advice please seek out a qualified and competent professional, and do some research. Remember it's your money - take control!
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