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Your money. Your life. Your problem? We’re so busy earning money, we don’t have time to learn how to manage it. But that’s where Money Clinic comes in. Each week, the FT’s money-making expert Claer Barrett responds to real-life money questions from a range of millennial guests. Every 25-minute episode is packed with nuggets, tips and takeaways shared by top FT writers and financial experts. Where and how to invest your cash is our main focus; going beyond crypto and ‘meme stocks’ for those w ...
 
Millennial Money uses personal stories to help offer relatable, practical advice to others in similar situations. This series aims to shed light on money issues millennials face, but also their success stories, in hopes readers are able to take a bit and pieces for their own life. “As a millennial myself, I never learned about finances,” says Evy Kwong, host of Millennial Money. Financial issues for young people, in a precarious job market and unaffordable housing market, are closely linked ...
 
Looking to start a successful business that makes you money as a teenager or young adult? Join teenage entrepreneur, Jonah Wilson, as he interviews seasoned entrepreneurs on topics that turn you into a Money Maker. Mobile apps, niche websites, affiliate marketing, podcasting, self-publishing, YouTube, and even etsy are just some of the Money Making topics covered on the podcast, airing on Wednesdays and Fridays. Want to find some quick and easy ways to make money as a millennial? Head over t ...
 
A Canadian personal finance podcast that aims to give you real talk about exactly that: Money. Personal finance is rife with jargon, with seemingly impossible advice (don’t ever buy a latte; avocado toast is the reason you’re broke) from people who just don’t get it. They aren’t Millennials -- trying to get ahead against impossibly high home prices and seemingly insurmountable debt -- but we are. We may not be experts, we may not have all the answers, but we get it. And we’re here to give yo ...
 
Welcome to Millennial Money Matters powered by UTI Swatantra, a podcast series, that will take you through stories of millennials - and will help you learn how to take your first step towards investing for a better future. Most of us are guilty of neither living fully in the present, nor planning well for the future. To help you with resolving this, we present distinct stories in each episode to gradually show you how to manage your first paycheque, how to start investing, and of course how ...
 
We’ve all heard it — in different words, accents and languages — the milestones in the path of success and happiness are going to school, a good college, scoring well, finding a good job, finding your partner, getting promoted at your job, buying a car, and a house. All millennials heard it from their parents, their relatives, and most of them followed that path. And take it from them, if not us, that that discussion about those life-milestones, was actually a discussion about money. Many be ...
 
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Jake Of All Trades

Jake Rivas: Financial Advisor To Millennials

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Every week Jake Rivas, Financial Advisor To Millennials, will hit the streets, coffee shops, and restaurants to get raw feedback from YOU about the real financial obstacles you are facing today. Jake will help you take the guesswork out of managing your money choices while curating and sharing the best advice and insights into making smart money choices. Jakes Two Cents will help you navigate credit, financial debt, saving for the future, student loans, mortgages, travel, money, lifestyle, a ...
 
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This is a common question that Jake Rivas gets from his clients. In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss College Savings Accounts pros and cons and how to navigate them in a world where higher education (and its value to your young students) is ever changing. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered thr…
 
What's one thing you can take away from this episode and apply today? Holly Ransom is an expert in disruption and future leadership and Glen was so stoked to have a chat with her! They touched on: 👉🏻Holly's fascinating career story to date 👉🏾the signs that you may be stagnating or burned out in your life or career and what you can do to check in wi…
 
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore are continuing the “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations they have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They want to help you gain financial confidence and clarity to control yo…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to manage an investment portfolio worth hundreds of billions of pounds? Global equities specialist Malcolm MacColl is one of two managing partners at the helm of Baillie Gifford, the Scottish asset management company, which manages more than £350bn worth of investors’ cash. An early investor in Amazon, T…
 
Glen and John discuss the latest news surrounding BNPL and a crypto ETF that may be hitting the market and a few questions from the m3 community. They touch on: 👉a question from Clarke who says, I'm 18 and about to start a heavy diesel apprenticeship, I'd like to know where to start putting some money 👉🏾the Reserve Bank's call for BNPL providers to…
 
As incomes and net worth may rise in your life, this is a common question. How much actual cash to keep in the bank? What percentage should one keep in the bank versus paying off debt versus using it for investments? Of course this is a very personal question but Jake and Kirk discuss some ways to approach this question and provide some tips. *“Tax…
 
Niall Kumar is a long time listener and has had an interesting journey working out what career path is right for him. He joins Glen on the show to share his story and encourage others to get honest with what they truly enjoy and value in their career. The chat touches on: 👉🏽what he went to uni for and what he’s doing now 👉🏿working with big tech com…
 
Both Jake and Kirk are going on trips and are considering whether or not to get the car rental insurance. Of course the rental agencies will be insisting upon this. But is it superfluous? Jake provides some alternatives you may not be aware of. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered through iFile Ta…
 
Students were up in arms after reading the Financial Times scoop that the UK government is considering lowering the salary level at which graduates have to start repaying their loans. Currently, student loan repayments start when you earn more than £27,225 per year, but the FT has reported this could be reduced to around £23,000 in future. Any chan…
 
Gals from the SYMO team, JP and Rach, join Glen on the show to chat about some questions from the m3 community and announce the winners of Glen's book launch competition, big thanks to everyone who entered! They talk about: 👉🏾what can you do if you’re struggling to save money 👉🏻does your HECS/HELP debt get taken out of your will if you don't pay it…
 
Not all car insurance is the same — car insurance quotes will vary by company, driver, car, and city. You need to research your situation to make sure you have the right coverage for yourself. We put together a list of how to get cheap car insurance now and in the future, whether you’re mid-policy or shopping around for new quotes this year. What i…
 
You may have been offered a Health Savings Account (HSA) from your employer. Although there are similarities with more traditional health plans provided by your employer, there are important differences. Many people believe HSAs are a non-starter, due to their higher deductibles. While each case is different, there are times when an HSA may be the …
 
***Trigger warning: this episode explores themes around addiction. This may be distressing for some listeners. Gambling, or any form of addictive behaviour can affect anyone. We are super lucky to have Jonathan on the show who is a long time listener of the poddy and a psychologist with extensive experience working with addiction. Jonathan worked a…
 
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore are continuing the “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations they have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They want to help you gain financial confidence and clarity to control yo…
 
Plenty of people in their 30s, 40s and even 50s have yet to start saving for retirement, and are anxious about how to begin. Today’s show is packed with tips for so-called ‘late starters’ like this week’s guest David, who is 38 and self-employed. Incredibly, David is planning for a retirement that he never thought he’d live to see. As Claer hears, …
 
Glen and John discuss some topics that have hit the news recently and questions from the community. They touch on: 👉the new Homebuyer Fund announced by the Vic Govt 👉🏼recent increases to the bank loan servicing rate 👉🏿super stapling 👉🏻investing in crypto 👉🏽super and tax Grab a copy of Glen's book, Sort Your Money Out & Get Invested: https://www.sor…
 
Who doesn't love more money in their job! Hosts of my millennial career, Emily Bowen and Shelley Johnson join Glen to chat all things pay rises and what to consider before you have a conversation with your employer. They touch on: 👉🏾what a pay rise is and what it isn't 👉🏿working with a recruiter to negotiate your salary in a new job 👉🏻the steps to …
 
Peter McCormack, bitcoin bull and voice of the hugely popular 'What Bitcoin Did' podcast, joins Claer for a Money Clinic Investment Masterclass about cryptocurrencies. Recently back from a trip to El Salvador, the first country to make bitcoin legal tender, Peter tells Claer why he believes the cryptocurrency is the 'best form of money' and why reg…
 
John gives an update on the property market and Glen and John chat about the recent fee structure change to micro investing platform, Spaceship. They also discuss these m3 community case studies: 👉Caitlin is 24 and has $100k saved for a house deposit. She plans to work overseas for 6-12months and wants to know how to make her savings work for her g…
 
In this episode Jake and Kirk discuss the idea of taking money from your paycheck and buying stock in the company that provides your paycheck. Is that too risky? How can you ensure you don’t lose on big upsides if your company is a hot stock item right now? What do you think? Do you invest in the company you work for? *“Tax preparation, planning, I…
 
Part 2 of 2 [0:00 - 1:36] Intro [1:37 - 4:10] What is a stock? What is an ETF? [4:11 - 4:51] How much is an ETF? What is MER? [4:52 - 5:49] What is a mutual fund? [5:50 - 6:15] What are underlying holdings? [6:16 - 7:00] What is a portfolio? [7:01 - 8:51] What is a globally diversified portfolio? What is asset allocation? [8:52 - 9:55] What stocks …
 
Part 1 of 2 This is a Questrade Walkthrough for their sign-up process to answer any and all questions you encounter along the way. If you're scared to invest, we answer all your questions to settle your fears. Senior content strategist, Tyler Wade sits down with Questrade's director of investment products, Scarlett Swain to walk you through getting…
 
Glen unpacks all the costs of his recent wrist operation through the private healthcare system, including total out of pocket costs and what he would've paid without private health. Aw yeah baby! Today's episode is brought to you by the book, 'Sort Your Money Out And Get Invested'. Get a copy for you and friend today: booktopia.kh4ffx.net/rnzAKj Ge…
 
CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professionals, Lauryn Williams and Chloé Moore are back for another “Know Better, Do Better” series born from the countless conversations they have about the trendy narratives and clickbaity articles that make it hard for them to help their clients. They want to help you gain financial confidence and clarity to control …
 
How to match your money to your relationship status. Nearly one in four of us live on our own, but dealing with the financial and emotional strain of handling everything by yourself can be difficult. Jenny, 27, from Leeds, is being hit by the ‘single penalty’ and is exhausted trying to find everyday ways to save money. She’s looking for tips on inv…
 
Glen and John tackle a few m3 community case studies. Plus if you stick around for the afterparty, Glen does a live clarity call with John about a purchase of land he's been considering. These are the case studies discussed: 👉🏻a few years ago, I received a $10,000 inheritance which I put towards a new car. I'm considering selling it and buying a us…
 
As a self-proclaimed “older millennial,” 40-year-old Peter makes $94,000 a year working in social services. He got himself involved in the hot GTA market early on and owns two condos and is thinking of buying a brand new spot. The thing is he doesn’t know if he should buy a dream condo for himself, or another one to invest, or if it’s even feasible…
 
On this episode Jake and Kirk discuss a new way some governments are taxing those who use the roads: Tolls that use GPS. Kirk goes on an epic rant about government roads, while Jake takes a more measured view. Is this the future of roads? Can the government charge everyone who uses the roads based on how many miles they drove? Will this encourage p…
 
Needing some help to save some hard cash? Glen shares how to optimise your budget, apply practical strategies and nail your money mindset to help you hit those savings goals. Check out our blog post which has a huge list of free stuff that you can score on your birthday! https://www.mymillennial.money/blog/birthday-freebies-2021-arwh9 Listen to Gle…
 
Forget about being a day trader, you need to let the money come in slowly and take a serious, business-like approach if you want to succeed - that’s the advice of Robbie Burns, better known as the Naked Trader. In this Money Clinic special Investment Masterclass Robbie shares his top tips about getting into trading - from whether you can combine tr…
 
This chat is aimed at beginners but is also just a good refresher to investing in shares. John Pidgeon and Shelley Johnson join Glen to have a crack at some fun investing trivia and Glen explains some common terms and concepts, including: 👉🏽stock exchanges and the ASX 👉market capitalisation 👉🏿indexes such as the ASX200, All Ords, the Dow and weight…
 
Alex is a 34-year-old millennial making $112,000 as a federal employee. While the pandemic has been a great opportunity for saving — especially after selling his condo in Ottawa and moving back to his parents home in Toronto. But his parents lost their jobs in the pandemic and he is helping them with money. And despite $160,000 in savings, Alex wan…
 
You may have noticed some extra fees on your credit cards lately. What are those and why are they occurring? Banks are finding new ways to charge their customers, and you should be aware of them. *“Tax preparation, planning, IRS representation, and business valuation services offered through iFile Tax Planning and Preparation Services are separate …
 
Job interviews can be daunting enough without the added nuance of doing them over a video call, so how do we prepare? Anne-Marie is a psychologist working in the online recruitment and selection space and joins Glen to share some practical tips to help us get online interview-ready. For more great interview prep tips, check out my millennial career…
 
Seth Owen was raised by a single mother and since a young age, he has always felt the need to provide for himself and help provide for others. Seth shares how he's been able to take the skills he learned at Fresno State and serving in leadership roles both in the US Military and at Enterprise and combine those skills to land his dream job at Hagert…
 
Today podcast host, financial coach and Certified Financial Planner Lauryn Williams deep dives into talking about financial literacy and the distractions that stop people from taking control of their finances the right way. While society tends to think that financial literacy is only a problem for low-income earners, it’s not true. Financial distra…
 
Are you working to live, or living to work? Followers of the FIRE movement (Financial Independence Retire Early) budget carefully so they can invest a greater proportion of their take-home pay. Is a life of extreme frugality worth the extra years of financial freedom later on - and how could you apply the principles of FIRE to your own finances? Th…
 
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