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Episode 13: What money taboo?
On this episode…
Somewhere along the way, talking about money with friends became taboo – how much we make, what our financial goals are and how we can reach them. But fortunately, that’s never been the case for Candace and Erica. In fact, for these longtime friends, it’s quite the opposite. For years, they’ve talked openly and honestly about all things money in their accountability group and it’s paid off in all sorts of ways.
This episode’s expert is Tori Dunlap, the Founder of Her First $100K. Together, Tori and Claire break down the power of accountability and importance of financial education.
Financial education is like learning a new language or instrument – there’s a period of time when you have to get comfortable being uncomfortable.
Having a friend or a group of friends to hold each other accountable for money and career goals can help transform your financial life.
Investing is less about the amount of money and more about the amount of time. Contributing even a small percentage of your paycheck to a retirement account early in your career can benefit future you.
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