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The signs of financial abuse are often not that clear

The signs of financial abuse are often not that clear

Update: 2020-02-256
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This episode is a tough one and full disclaimer before we get into it, if you have experienced forms of abuse this show may be triggering for you. Financial abuse is not a widely spoken about issue, however it is extremely prevalent in Australia right now so we thought it was time to have a chat about it. Whilst this episode was recorded a couple of weeks ago, given recent news it feels incredibly timely. Join us as we discuss this insidious form of abuse, learn ways of spotting red flags in our relationships and chat about what we can do if we ever find ourselves in this incredibly hard to navigate situation. This week we are so appreciative to have 86 400 supporting us again through an ep that was honestly really bloody hard to get through. We've spoken about them before, but if you haven't heard, 86 400 is Australia's first ever smartbank - they help you take control of your finances by providing insights into your saving and spending habits so you can keep on top of your money goals. Search 86400.com.au to discover every frill Australia's first ever smartbank has to offer you today. If you or someone you know needs to talk to someone now, call the DVConnect Womensline on 1800 811 811, the Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800, or the National Sexual Assault and Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service on 1800RESPECT/1800 737 732. Do you love the podcast SICK and want more SOTM? Of course you do! Join our Facebook page to share your money wins and money confessions, follow us on Insta for daily inspo to keep you on track and DEFINITELY subscribe to our newsletter, the written recap of the pod's key takeaways, including some bonus bits you won't want to miss... In a money mess and need help untangling the muddle? We've got you sorted - simply record your qualm and send it through to us at podcast@shesonthemoney.com.au and you may end up on the podcast! Your podcast hosts are Georgia King and Victoria Devine. The advice shared on She's on The Money is general in nature and does not consider your individual circumstances. She's on The Money exists purely for educational purposes only and should not be relied upon to make an investment or financial decision. Victoria Devine is an Authorised Representative of Consultum Financial Advisers Proprietary Limited ABN 65 006 373 995 I AFSL 230323.

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The signs of financial abuse are often not that clear

The signs of financial abuse are often not that clear

Victoria Devine