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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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This is a really important topic for 20 and 30 years olds to think about!On this episode of the How To Money podcast, Kate Campbell interviews Anna Hacker, who heads up Australian Unity Trustees Legal Services, and also hosts a great podcast, What Happens When I Die?Anna shares some of the most important reasons to have open conversations about your wishes while you're alive, why it's critical to get your superannuation binding death nomination sorted, what happens to all our stuff and who can we leave it to, our digital footprint and talking about our funeral plans.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastListen to the What Happens When I Die? 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
On this episode of the How To Money podcast, Kate Campbell interviews Vicki Doyle, the CEO of Rest Super, a large Australian industry super fund.Vicki shares her thoughts on the importance of super for young Australians, how to reframe our views on putting money away for our retirement, understanding our super funds fees and the approach Rest Super takes to ethical investing for members.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastLearn more about Rest SuperHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
On this episode of the How To Money podcast, Kate Campbell sat down (well virtually that is) with Liz Mclardy, to chat about financial wellbeing and our relationships (with our partners, parents, siblings...you name it)! Liz is a university lecturer, finance writer and financial well-being coach.Liz shares strategies for improving your financial wellbeing, questions to kickstart healthy money conversations in your relationships, the damaging nature of holding onto financial secrets and shame, and reflecting on our childhood upbringing and how that influences our current approach to money.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastLearn more about Liz Mclardy hereHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
A will is an essential part of your financial plan!In this week's episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate Campbell chats to David Andrew, who is a qualified lawyer and has been a Senior Advisor at State Trustees for over ten years.Kate and David dive into all those fun topics like what happens if I die without a will, do I really need one when I don't have any assets, can't I just write it on a napkin, should I store it in my bottom draw, who should be my executor and of course we can't forget about what happens to our Super!Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastLearn more about State Trustees hereHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
Investing in individual companies allows you to put your money where your values are.In this week's episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate Campbell chats to Jason Sedawie, a Portfolio Manager at Spaceship. Spaceship is an Australian micro-investing app, that easily allows you to get started investing without any barriers.Kate and Jason discuss how he got interested in investing, the biggest trends he's seeing at the moment, the Spaceship Where The World is Going (WWG) investment philosophy, a recent investment he made and his tips for new investors.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastLearn more about Spaceship hereHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
Today on the How To Money Podcast, Kate Campbell brings Belinda Hogan (CFO of 86 400) onto the show to talk banking & budgeting.Belinda gives us an overview of 86 400 (an Aussie Neobank recently acquired by NAB) and her career path into finance, alongside highlighting common money myths holding you back from reaching your goals, making sure your money is aligned with your goals and tips on refreshing your budget.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastFind 86 400 on Google Play and the App StoreHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
Welcome back folks to the How To Money Podcast. I've got plenty of episodes lined up for you, so prepare your ears!In this episode I had the pleasure of bringing Danielle Ecuyer back onto the show. Dani is an experienced investor and the author of Shareplicity 1 (and 2). Dani believes that everyone should have exposure to US companies, and in this episode she breaks down exactly why.Dani and I discuss some of the key differences between Australian and US companies, trends she's seeing at the moment, the new generation of investors, red flags to look out for with IPOs and why every investor should keep an open mind when exploring new companies.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastDani's Website: shareplicity.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 Apple Podcasts. 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 slightly different episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Nick from AussieMoneyMan, an Australian financial YouTube channel. Kate and Nick have a fun chat about money mistakes, growing your net worth, starting to invest from a young age, and helpful personal finance resources to use.Note: I’ve been having a few months break from the podcast while I get on top of work & study (we actually recorded this interview a while back), but I’m planning to be back soon on a more regular basis!Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastNick’s Website: AussieMoneyManHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
What do you stand for and how do you communicate this to the world?In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Bec Brown from The Comms Department, a PR, corporate communications and crisis management agency. Kate and Bec discuss the myth of following your passion, essential career skills for young Aussies heading into 2021, maintaining work-life balance and building your personal brand.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastBec Brown: The Comms Department (Book)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 Apple Podcasts. 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 Will from Blue Tree Money, who helps parents to teach their kids how to form life changing money habits. Kate and Will discuss why it’s so important for parents to talk to their kids about money, teaching kids the difference between being rich and wealthy and some great resources to use.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastEpisode Guest: Blue Tree Blog | Teaching kids about 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 Apple Podcasts. 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!
Are your habits holding you back from achieving your financial goals?In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate chatted to Dr Gina Cleo, who has a PhD from Bond University in habit change. Kate and Gina discuss what habits are, strategies for creating good habits and breaking bad ones and some of the ways we can change our habits to improve our financial wellbeing.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastDr Gina Cleo: www.drginacleo.comHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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 Veronica Morgan from Good Deeds Property Buyers, and is one of Australia’s leading buyer’s agents with over 20 years of industry experience. Kate and Veronica discuss common mistakes first home buyers make, basic principles of auctions in Australia and some key strategies and techniques to keep in mind at auctions.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastGood Deeds Auction Ready Book: gooddeeds.com.au/auction-readyHTM 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 Apple Podcasts. 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 Amy Lunardi, a qualified buyer’s agent and host of the The Buyers Bible podcast. Kate and Amy discuss tips on finding properties, speaking to agents, the due diligence process and working out how much a property is worth.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastAmy’s Website: amylunardi.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 Amy Lunardi, a qualified buyer’s agent and host of the The Buyers Bible podcast. Kate and Amy discuss where first home buyers should start, what to consider when saving for your home deposit, when to get the experts involved and developing your property strategy.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastAmy’s Website: amylunardi.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 Chris Brycki from Stockspot, an online investment advice (robo-advice) service in Australia. Kate and Chris discuss what robo-investing is and how it differs from other investment options, how the industry is regulated in Australia, diversification with ETFs and how investors should think about rebalancing their investment portfolio.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastStockspot Website: www.stockspot.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 Skye King from NGS Super, an industry superfund for those in non-government education and community organisations. Kate and Skye discuss how ethical investing works, getting involved with your superfund and how young Aussie can invest in-line with their values.Show Notes & Transcript: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastEpisode Guest: NGS Super - Industry SuperFundHTM 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 Vinita Godinho, the Managing Director and CEO of Financial Resilience Australia. Kate and Vinita discuss the idea of financial resilience in Australia, how to improve our own financial wellbeing and strategies to equip our broader community with a strong financial framework.***This episode was recorded remotely, we apologise for the lower audio quality.***Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastEpisode Guest: Financial Resilience AustraliaHTM 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!
The average Australian has between six to eight bills to pay every month from utilities to mortgage/rent, water consumption, internet, mobile phone/landline, insurance, car payments and subscription services such as the gym or streaming services. In this episode of the How To Money Podcast, Kate spoke to Joel Gibson, money-saving expert and author of personal finance book KILL BILLS! Kate and Joel discuss tips and tricks on how everyday Aussies can reduce their bills with a little research and a few switches, and the best places to hunt for great deals.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 Stuart Wemyss from ProSolution, an independent financial advice and mortgage broking firm. Kate and Stuart discuss ways young people can build wealth over the long-term, the role of luck in investing, learning the rules of the game and understanding your own tolerance to risk and volatility.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastProSolution: www.prosolution.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 Paul Benson. Paul is a qualified financial advisor at Guidance Financial Services, host of the Financial Autonomy Podcast and newly published author of Financial Autonomy. Kate and Paul discuss finding your own path to financial success, why starting a business is worth considering, speculate on the future of work and talk about how to turn your ideas into reality.Show Notes: howtomoney.online/how-to-money-podcastFinancial Autonomy Website: financialautonomy.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!
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