Another one bites the dust! Katie and Katherine discuss the life events and big financial moves that we’ve made over the last year. As a reminder, we are not know-it-all experts. We are living and learning as we go. In this episode, we share some successes, some strange turns, and a few mistakes that got us through this year.
Paco de Leon, founder of the Hell Yeah Group, joins The 411k to talk about her new book Finance for the People. In this episode, we talk with Paco about what it means to have financial dignity and also how to shift our money mindsets. Paco describes her continuous process of “falling down the stairs,” or surrendering to herself, in order to overcome a scarcity mindset and feel safe in the world today.
Rachel and Rebecca Pino are a mother and daughter duo providing women with sound financial advice. Rachel (the mom of the duo) runs her family’s financial firm as CFO. Raising Rebecca, she instilled financial advice in her daughter. In between sharing family money stories, Rebecca and Rachel teach us how to shop for a financial planner and what mistakes to avoid when it comes to retirement planning.
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Hustle culture… Gig economy… Quiet quitting… the Great Resignation… Burnout… These are phrases we are seeing more and more in the news so we brought in an expert to talk through what this really means. Jinny Uppal has 20+ years of experience driving transformational growth by challenging existing norms in business. She joins The 411k to talk about how to manage the professional world without compromising your wellness. Specifically, Jinny teaches us about strategic inaction.
For those of us in our twenties and thirties now, we are the first generation that statistically speaking will likely spend more years in retirement than we did in the workforce. So it’s time we start preparing for our Golden Years! Manisha walks us through the retirement basics and encourages all of us to take control of the one thing we can control – when we start investing! How about now?
Allison Baggerly, founder of Inspired Budget, joins The 411k to share her money story. After an unexpected pregnancy, Allison and her husband decided it was time to get their finances in order. They learned how to budget and came up with a plan to become debt-free. Now, Allison helps women get their finances in order with classes and printables through Inspired Budget. She will help you make a budget that fits your lifestyle.
REPLAY! This is one of the original 411k interviews and it is still one of our favorites. Bari Tessler Linden, M.A., is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach, Mama-preneur, and the Founder of The Art of Money. Her methodology weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. The Art of Money integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps.
“Money shame is an equal opportunity affliction, and it does not discriminate based on who you are, where you are from, how much you earn, what percentage you save, whether you pay your taxes on time, or what your credit score is.” – Bari Tessler, The Art of Money
Tanja Hester joins The 411k to discuss her new book Wallet Activism which teaches all of us how to be more intentional with our money. Wallet Activism, sometimes referred to as “vote with your dollars,” touches on all the different ways that we can align our money with our values – how to identify the Good Guys vs. the Bad Guys when it comes to spending. But also how we donate our money and even where we invest or bank it.
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, founder of The Fiscal Femme, joins The 411k to introduce her second book, Financial Adulting! This book is more than just your average guide to finances. In this episode, she shares what makes this book different, what inspired her to write it, and what are the financial lessons that we continue to learn over and over again.
Christina Cartwright is a money coach helping marginalized professionals avoid workplace microaggressions via financial freedom. In this episode, she shares her lived experiences with negotiating, being an activist in the corporate world and pursuing wealth as a form of freedom. Every dollar saved and invested is one step closer to retirement or being able to opt out of a toxic work environment.
Our financial girlfriend, Tiffany Aliche, joins us to talk about her money story, the successful passing of “The Budgetnista” law, and her new book Get Good with Money. Tiffany is an award-winning teacher of financial education and proves that if preschoolers can do it, we can do it too.
In this episode, Bobbi Rebell, a Certified Financial Planner and host of the Financial Grownup podcast, joined us to talk about what it means to be “a financial grownup.” Bobbi shares her money story and the money mistakes that made her financially fragile in her 20s. Now, she is talking money and helping others achieve financial freedom. We recorded this episode with a virtual audience, the BC Women Innovators Network.
Sarah Li-Cain is a finance writer and host of Beyond The Dollar, where she and her guests have deep and honest conversations about how money affects your well-being. In this episode, Sarah joins The 411k to talk about practical tips and mindset strategies so that those trying to change their financial life can forgive their mistakes and start to trust themselves with money.
We are so grateful to have Leisa Peterson join us to talk about scarcity and abundance. No matter how much money we end up earning, saving or investing, deep inside we can still hold on to a sense of lack and deficiency about who we think we are. Leisa Peterson shares some insight into her 7 Step Prosperity Ladder to help us develop an abundance mindset. Check out this episode as well as her book, The Mindful Millionaire, to learn more!
Scarlett McKnight is the founder of ThirtyEight Investing, a blog where she shares her financial journey. She is paying off over $50,000 in graduate student debt and working toward building passive income to achieve financial freedom by the age of 38. Tune in to learn more about the budgeting principles that have helped her along her money adventure.
Bola Sokunbi is a Certified Financial Education Instructor, finance expert, bestselling author, speaker, and founder of Clever Girl Finance, a financial education platform and community for women empowering them to achieve financial wellness and live life on their own terms. In this episode, we talk about her journey navigating the American financial system as a first generation immigrant and how she will pass on these money lessons to the next generation.
According to TransAmerica Center for Retirement Studies, less than 70% of U.S. women are investing money for retirement, compared to 81% of men. Of those who are investing, the median household retirement savings for women is just $23,000 compared to $76,000 among men. On average, women live longer than men and that means they must provide for more years in retirement than their male counterparts. In this episode, we focus on the basics of the most popular retirement options – 401ks and IRAs.
AJ Wolbrum was always the poor little rich girl growing up in Manhattan. In this episode, she shares the missteps and triumphs in her money journey. AJ traveled the world but couldn’t hide from her debts. Now, as a Financial Freedom Coach and the founder of Beyond The Green Coaching. AJ uses a unique method of personal development and strategic financial planning to help clients understand their finances and change their relationship with money.