302 dealing with financial abuse (and how to spot it)
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What is financial abuse and how do you handle it? Amanda Cassar joins us to talk to some examples, and provide warning signs and avenues for help.

If you're looking for support for a situation of financial abuse here is a list of places you can call for help: https://www.moneysmart.gov.au/life-events-and-you/families/financial-abuse.

If you need financial counselling visit the following link: https://www.moneysmart.gov.au/managing-your-money/managing-debts/financial-counselling

Read Amanda's tips for spotting financial abuse and what to do if you're experiencing it: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/blog/2020/1/9/whats-the-go-with-financial-abuse

Get $20 off The Glen James Spending Plan using the code "moneyz". Link to course below!

For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/shownotes

🛑 This podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute financial advice or financial product advice. To receive personal financial advice or financial product advice you must first receive a Statement of Advice (SoA). You must also receive, read and understand the Product Disclosure Statement/s (PDS) of any products you are considering to ensure the product/s is suited to your needs before acting. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. Glen James and John Pidgeon are not licensed financial advisers or tax professionals. Please seek your own advice as we do not provide personal financial advice or taxation services. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia.
my millennial property
my millennial property
SYMO interactive
306 setting your long term property goals
Setting your long term goals with property puts all of your decisions into context and on a timeline. In this episode Emily and John chat about how you can determine your goals, measure and manage them, and keep everything in your planning in perspective. The chat touches on: 👉🏻what you're aiming for and why you're heading towards that 👉🏾setting up milestones to see progress to keep you encouraged 👉a little about Emily and John's property goals and how they're breaking those into manageable steps to achieve them 👉🏽the metrics that can help you measure your steps towards your long term property goals Here's the book Emily mentions in the chat: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/MXnE7N Check out The Glen James Spending Plan at the link below - use coupon code "m3p" to get this for under $50... save $20 Take a look at John’s Solvere Online Academy and Emily’s online course (The Buying Coach) at the link below. For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/m3pshownotes 🛑 This podcast is for education and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, tax or legal advice. Any advice is general financial advice only which does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do choose to buy a financial product read the product disclosure statement and obtain appropriate financial advice tailored to your needs. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. SYMO interactive Pty Ltd, the publisher of the podcast, is an authorised representative of MoneySherpa Pty Ltd which holds financial services licence 451289. Please read our Financial Services Guide located at sortyourmoneyout.com. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
23 mins
my millennial money express
my millennial money express
SYMO interactive
3 ways to prevent burnout 🥵
Burnout is all too common and it's time we ended it! In this episode I chat with Vanessa Bennett from Next Evolution Performance about how we can finally end burnout, touching on: 👉🏿managing mental energy - understanding the concept of energy credits 👉setting boundaries in your life and with certain people - not being afraid to say no 👉🏼personal accountability - taking ownership of your life, boundaries and choices To access Vanessa's course, 'The Neuroscience of Getting More Done', head to https://www.nextevolutionenergy.com/ and use the code M3 (case sensitive) for $75USD off! Have a listen to Vanessa's previous episode around peak performance: https://player.whooshkaa.com/episode?id=450988 Check out The Glen James Spending Plan - use coupon code "m3x" with the link below to get this for under $50... save $20) For podcast resources, links to our stuff, disclaimers & warnings about this episode + more... check out: https://www.sortyourmoneyout.com/m3xshownotes 🛑 This podcast is for education and entertainment purposes. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, tax or legal advice. Any advice is general financial advice only which does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the advice is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on the information. If you do choose to buy a financial product read the product disclosure statement and obtain appropriate financial advice tailored to your needs. We may discuss products, services and answer listener questions on this video for entertainment & illustration purposes only. We may change the name of the questioner for anonymity. It is impossible to give you personal advice on an entertainment podcast as we do not know the details of your personal financial situation. While we do our best to provide accurate information, we accept no responsibility for any inaccuracies that may be communicated in this podcast. SYMO interactive Pty Ltd, the publisher of the podcast, is an authorised representative of MoneySherpa Pty Ltd which holds financial services licence 451289. Please read our Financial Services Guide located at sortyourmoneyout.com. This podcast is intended for residents of Australia. We acknowledge the darkinjung people, Traditional Custodians of the land on which our studio sits, and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples who may listen to our podcast.
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Australian Finance Podcast
Australian Finance Podcast
Rask Australia
Enrol in Kate's totally free (and epic) FIRE course
FIRE stands for Financial Independence, Retire Early (or as some people like to call it, FIOR - Financial Independence, _Optional_ Retirement). It’s as much of a mindset as it is a way of life or an aspirational goal. FIRE is all about increasing your savings rate, consuming less, pursuing happiness, and having the financial freedom and flexibility to choose if, how, and when you work. In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate & Owen chat about the *brand new FIRE course available on Rask Education*, some of their key takeaways from putting it together, and how their ideas of financial independence have changed over the last few years. Grab your coffee or tea, and tune in now for a relaxed conversation with your hosts, Kate & Owen. ENROL HERE: https://education.rask.com.au/product/fire Take our free financial education courses on Rask Education and join our FB community. *|| We're proudly supported by ETF Securities ||* Learn more about ETF Securities: https://bit.ly/fundsETFS | DISCLAIMER: This podcast contains general financial information only. That means the information does not take into account your objectives, financial situation, or needs. Because of that, you should consider if the information is appropriate to you and your needs, before acting on it. If you’re confused about what that means or what your needs are, you should always consult a licensed and trusted financial planner. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information in this podcast, including any financial, taxation, and/or legal information. Remember, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The Rask Group is NOT a qualified tax accountant, financial (tax) adviser, or financial adviser.
35 mins
Captain FI
Captain FI
Captain FI
Kurt from Pearler
To reach Financial Independence, we all know we need to be investing. There are a wide range of financial products, investing tools and share trading platforms available today, making it difficult to know which is the right one for you. To make matters worse, many of these have outrageously high brokerage, or even hidden fee structures which can seriously erode your returns. To help de-mystify the investing landscape, Today I talk with *Kurt Walkom* - one of the Cofounders of Pearler, The Aussie brokerage platform dedicated to the Financial Independence community of long term investors. Pearler is a share trading platform based in Sydney. The company has a strong focus on Financial Independence, and has built tools for you to use that help you invest to reach Financial Independence - such as their Auto Invest feature. Pearler are so keen on Financial Independence, they even commissioned the Aussie Fire eBook to be written - which I had a lot of fun writing a chapter for back in 2020. If you want to have a read you can get a free copy when you sign up to the CaptainFI subscriber email list. I signed up to Pearler shortly after helping write the book last year, and have been using it to invest in ETFs - right through their Beta-testing phase. I found a platform that was intuitive and easy to use, that had great technical support, and that seamlessly linked to my existing sharesight portfolio tracking account. So, listen to find out what I think of the platform, and how can you use Pearler to reach Financial Independence. Kurt also Grills me on my portfolio and targets, providing a great constructive critique. Have a listen to find out more!
1 hr 1 min
The Buyers Bible
The Buyers Bible
Amy Lunardi
30 What happens after you buy With Victoria Devine
Woohoo! You’ve bought a property, congrats! So…. now what? In today’s episode I’m joined again by the fabulous Victoria Devine, who recently went through the home buying journey and settlement process herself. We explore what happens between purchase and settlement, including making sure you get the contract off to the relevant people, paying your deposit, sorting insurances (very important!!), final inspections and settlement day. Plus, once you settle, you have the awesome responsibility of paying off a mortgage (yay). Victoria and I chat about loan minimisation strategies, utilising your offset account and making sure you’re always getting the best interest rate. PS this is the last episode of The Buyers Bible, thank you SO much for joining us!!! Keep an eye out for my new podcast The Property Playbook (with Victoria Devine) :) Do you have a burning property question you’d like answered on the show? Connect with us on instagram @thebuyersbible, we’d love to hear from you with questions, thoughts and feedback. Don’t forget to head to our website www.thebuyersbible.com.au for our show notes, and to download your free first home buyer checklist. Information provided in our podcast is general in nature and does not constitute financial advice. Every effort has been made to ensure the information is accurate, listeners must not rely on this information to make investment or financial decisions. Theme music: Lioness (Instrumental) by DayFox https://soundcloud.com/dayfox Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lioness-instrumental
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The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
The Elephant In The Room Property Podcast | Inside Australian Real Estate
Veronica Morgan & Chris Bates
Ep 165 - Steve Palise | Investing in Commercial property
Steve Palise is a commercial property buyers agent, who started his career as an engineer but found his passion in commercial property. He has helped thousands of clients secure and purchase properties across every state and has achieved amazing outcomes whilst reducing their risk. In this episode Veronica and Steve discuss the intricate differences between commercial property and residential property; how it grows, why people invest into it and how it can add to your portfolio. Here’s what we covered: * How does commercial property investment differ from residential * What type of investor buys commercial property? * What are the options to getting into commercial real estate? * How do you minimise your risk with commercial property? * What due diligence needs to be done when commercial property? * How is commercial property valued? * Is capital gains a big part of the value proposition of commercial property? * How is interacting with the tenant different from residential property? RELEVANT EPISODES: Episode 160 | Soren Trampedach Suburb Trends November 2020 | University Towns GUEST LINKS: Buy Steve Palise’s book: https://www.paliseproperty.com/ HOST LINKS: Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://linktr.ee/veronicamorgan Looking for a Mortgage Broker? www.wealthful.com.au Work with Chris: hello@wealthful.com.au Send in your questions to: questions@theelephantintheroom.com.au EPISODE TRANSCRIPT: Please note that this has been transcribed by half-human-half-robot, so brace yourself for typos and the odd bit of weirdness… This episode was recorded in February, 2020. https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au/podcasts/165
54 mins
Comedian v Economist
Comedian v Economist
Equity Mates Media
Boomtown! 10 Reasons the economy is going to boom.
Thomas lays out 10 reasons why he (and pretty much every economist in the country right now!) thinks the Australian economy is set to boom. Adam is alarmed to learn that there’s perma-bears in these woods. What’s their trip? *** If you've got a question for Thomas... or Adam... then go ahead and send them to cve@equitymates.com Any views expressed by the podcast host or any guest are their own and do not represent the views of Equity Mates Media or any other employer or associated organisation. Always remember, all information contained in this podcast is for education and entertainment purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for professional financial, legal or tax advice. The hosts of Equity Mates are not financial professionals and are not aware of your personal financial circumstances. Before making any financial decisions you should read the Produce Disclosure Statement (PDS) and, if necessary, consult a licensed financial professional. For more information head to our Disclaimer Page, where you can find resources to search for a registered financial professional near you. *** Have you just started your investing journey? Head over to Get Started Investing – Equity Mates 12-part series with all the fundamentals you need to feel confident to start your investing journey. Want more Equity Mates? Subscribe to Equity Mates Investing Podcast, social media channels, Thought Starters mailing list and more here.
36 mins
The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
The Michael Yardney Podcast | Property Investment, Success & Money
Michael Yardney; Australia's authority in wealth creation through property
Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 1 with Tom Corley
Have you ever wondered how certain people become so rich and successful? Well, if you’ve been listening to my podcast or reading my blogs and my books, you’d know that rich people don’t become rich by luck or by accident. Becoming rich requires hard work, dedication, and a certain set of habits. We are what we repeatedly do. That means excellence isn’t an act, it’s a habit. My friend Tom Corley spent five years studying millionaires and gathering insights that become the basis of his blogs and books, including the book we co-authored: Rich Habits, Poor Habits. He found that people who became wealthy practiced certain habits, and that’s what we’re going to discuss today. Since there are so many habits, we’re going to break this into a two-part series, and today we’re going to start with the first group of habits that the rich do that differentiate them from the average person. Rich Habits Of course, not all rich people are successful, and not all successful people are rich; but remember I was much younger and more naïve then and wanted it all. So I tried to understand why some people were rich while others kept struggling financially. Over the years I attended many seminars, paid mentors, and read as many books as I could on the topic of success. I modelled successful people and eventually grew successful myself. It wasn’t easy, I’ve had my challenges in life (mostly self-inflicted) and I’ve hit rock-bottom, but I got up again, learned from my mistakes, and moved forward. And over the years I’ve mentored more than 3,000 successful (and some not so successful) investors, business people, and entrepreneurs. In fact, a by-product of this is our top-selling book – Rich habits Poor Habits In it, Tom Corley and I explain… Being rich has little to do with the money itself Instead, it has a lot to do with how you think about money. So if you want to become rich, one of the first steps is to know how the wealthy think about money differently than you do and to start thinking like them. The next step is to take action and to let the action become natural by thinking the way wealthy people think. We’ve found rich people share similar habits. While we explain this in some detail in our book, today I’d like to briefly share… The first of the 21 Success Habits of The Rich …. * The average person thinks about spending their money, while the rich think about how to invest their money. * The average person worries about running out of money while the rich think about how to use their money to make more money. * Most people believe hard work makes you rich, while the rich know that leverage creates wealth. * Successful people don’t procrastinate. They don’t spend their life waiting for the ‘right time’ or waiting until they know it all or have figured everything out. * The average person believes having a job gives them security. The rich know there’s no such thing as “job security.” * Most people want to be rich. The rich are committed to being rich. (They are very different things.) * When things go wrong, the rich find a lesson, while others only see a problem. * The average Australian sets their financial expectation low, so they’re never disappointed. On the other hand, the rich set their financial expectations high so they’re always excited. * Successful people take calculated risks – financial, emotional, professional, psychological. But once they’ve built their wealth, they take fewer risks. * The rich consciously and methodically create their own success, while others hope success will find them. * The rich look for and find opportunities where others see obstacles. * The average person believes life happens to them. They are a passenger, while the Rich believe that they create their own destiny. They are the pilot of their lives. Successful people align themselves with like-minded people. They understand the importance of being part of a team. They create win-win relationships. Links and Resources: Tom Corley - Rich Habits Michael Yardney - Metropole Get your own copy of our international bestseller Rich Habits Poor Habits Get the team at Metropole to help build your personal Strategic Property Plan Click here and have a chat with us Shownotes plus more here: Learn These Rich Habits of Successful People | Rich Habits, Poor Habits Podcast, Part 1 with Tom Corley Some of our favourite quotes from the show: “As you’ll learn, it’s not your fault if you’re born poor. But it is your fault if you die poor.” – Michael Yardney “It depends what your focus is as to what you see.” – Michael Yardney “2020 taught us the importance of that. How many people who had multiple income streams – such as you, such as me – still had a really good year, while those who were dependent on one income stream, unfortunately, found that dried up.” – Michael Yardney PLEASE LEAVE US A REVIEW Reviews are hugely important to me because they help new people discover this podcast. If you enjoyed listening to this episode, please leave a review on iTunes - it's your way of passing the message forward to others and saying thank you to me. Here's how.
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