A budget is basically giving your money a job, rather than letting it run around with no direction. Let it expand your financial possibilities, rather than thinking of it as a restrictive tool.
In this episode Kate & Owen share how we think about budgeting, two different budgeting strategies you can try, and how we are planning our budgets for the year ahead.
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This episode is part of our Summer Series (2023) on The Australian Finance Podcast, where we’re taking a more relaxed approach to finance. Brand new to the show? Head back to our Starter Pack Series (from Jan 2022) 💸
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Today we’re cracking open the podcast question box to riff on some of some of the questions you’ve asked us recently.
In this episode we cover a whole heap of different topics in a relaxed style, including:
💸 Buying a tiny house with a personal loan
💸 Can you have too many Vanguard ETFs?
⚠️ Warning: This is not a serious episode, but we’ve got a whole back catalogue for that.
Australian Finance Podcast’s Kate Campbell, Owen Rask and Monique Pizzica are back for our March Money & Chill episode, covering the cost of electricity, live entertainment, our upcoming property show...