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Finance bros are out, #RichGirls are in. Join Money with Katie and her guests as they talk spending habits, smart investing, and tax strategies – without putting you to sleep. Listen weekly on Wednesdays to learn how to turn your Rich Girl mindset into money.
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Real people, real problems, real talk. Katie Morley, The Telegraph's Consumer Champion, has won back £10 million in compensation for readers. Now, she's hitting the road for a brand new podcast, Money Confidential, to hear directly from you. Would you let your grown-up child move back home and not pay rent? Is it fair for your richer siblings to go skiing and leave you behind? Are private schools really worth it? This is the place where we discuss everyday money problems affecting your life ...
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There’s an expectation on women that we should be constantly striving to “have it all.” But as the pandemic laid bare, “having it all” usually just means “doing it all,” and doing it all...just doesn't work. Samhita Mukhopadhyay, former Executive Editor of Teen Vogue and author of The Myth of Making It: A Workplace Reckoning, joins me this week for…
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John's* brother-in-law moved in for a couple of months. He didn't move out for 5 years... On today's episode - how much do we owe our in-laws? Following an anonymous letters from someone who's worried at the level of financial support their partner is giving to their mother mother-in-law, Katie Morley hits the road to speak to 'John' to see what ca…
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On this week's Rich Girl Roundup: If you're dealing with chronic illness or mental health issues, how do you strike the best balance between work and health? What kinds of flexibility or accommodations can you ask (and advocate) for? Rich Girl Roundup is Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and her Executive Producer Henah answer your burn…
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We’ve all been there, roped into working with our uncle’s best friend’s financial advisor who charges a 1.5% fee for some inscrutable but seemingly important service. What do you do when you think it might be time to sever ties? And how do you reconstruct your financial life after breaking up? Reminder: We are not licensed financial professionals; …
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Imagine earning millions but feeling too ashamed to tell anyone about it? That's the problem facing Jack*, who following a decade of debt is now making 100k a month. Jack can’t help feeling terribly guilty when he sees friends slogging it out in more noble careers and earning significantly less. Without knowing it, Jack is suffering from "sudden we…
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On this week's Rich Girl Roundup: How do you navigate the world of dating as an aspiring Rich Person? When's the right time to bring it up? How do we make checking in about money "fun"? Rich Girl Roundup is Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and her Executive Producer Henah answer your burning money questions. Each month, we'll put out a…
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You might be familiar with the phrase, "In this economy?" But it turns out, there might be more than one "economy" out there. There's a deep disconnect between what we hear about in the headlines ("The economy is great!") and our day-to-day experiences affected by wage stagnation, inflation, and high interest rates. We dig into it with the help of …
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Is taking children out of school during term time financially savvy or just selfish parenting? In today's episode, Katie chats to "Louise" who is one of 350,000 parents taking their children out of school during term time every year in order to nab a cheaper holiday. With travel companies dialling up the prices of flights, accommodation and more du…
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On this week's Rich Girl Roundup: "How do I overcome comfort spending?" and "How can I control stress shopping online?" We dive into some tactical strategies to curb overspending, why it's so prevalent nowadays, and the deeper psychology behind the urge to spend. Rich Girl Roundup is Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and her Executive P…
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The idea that there’s someone out there who can “help you fulfill your dreams” and “reach your highest potential” is an enticing promise—but do they really know how the “secret” to living your best life? Are life coaches a legitimate investment or a quasi-pyramid scheme? Well, I hired one to find out—and she’ll be joining me today along with Jane M…
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How far would you go to afford private school for your children... and is it even worth it? In this episode, Katie hears from "Lucy" who is stuck on whether to send her children to private school. To find answers, Katie hits the road and speaks to Phil in Bolton, who sold his house, ISAs and moved the whole family 200 miles north in order to pay fo…
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On this week's Rich Girl Roundup: You can't go online these days without coming across an offer to "buy my e-book" promising "everything you need to know to get rich." Where does this particular manifestation of "get rich quick" culture come from, and why do we most often see it with stay-at-home parents? Rich Girl Roundup is Money with Katie's wee…
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In this episode, Katie chats to “Poppy” who is struggling with the wealth gap between herself and her siblings. However, Katie also discovers a dysfunctional penchant for posh purses is wreaking havoc with Poppy's finances. Over a delicious slice of lemon cake, she makes a rather sour confession: she's bitterly jealous of her richer siblings, who a…
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ESG (or “environmental, social, and governance”) investing has been one of the hottest financial trends in recent years. It promises something that sounds too good to be true: You can invest in a way that aligns with your moral compass, and you don’t have to sacrifice returns to do it. But…can you? We’re joined by Alex Edmans, a professor of financ…
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Would you let your adult child move back home and not pay rent? As the housing market becomes more unaffordable, many adults are not only relying on the bank of mum and dad, but the house of mum and dad, with reports suggesting there’s up to 5 million of them in Britain. For some this set up will be hunky dory, but for others it can lead to toe-cur…
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On this week's Rich Girl Roundup: How can you spend and save in a way that lets you maximize your daily experience and keeps you on track with your money goals? Katie and Henah chat through balancing both short-term and delayed gratification, how to optimize for your life dreams, and when extreme stints in saving or paying down debt are worth it. R…
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Real people, real problems, real talk. Katie Morley, The Telegraph's Consumer Champion, has won back £10 million in compensation for readers. Now, she's hitting the road for a brand new podcast, Money Confidential, to hear directly from you. Would you let your grown-up child move back home and not pay rent? Is it fair for your richer siblings to go…
  continue reading
 
If you feel like everything from your vet bills to your favorite grocery store chains are getting worse at the exact same moment they’re becoming more expensive, there might be a singular explanation: private equity. I dive in with guest Brendan Ballou, author of Plunder: Private Equity’s Plan to Pillage America and former special counsel for priva…
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Bachelorette parties have morphed into weekend-long celebrations, potentially costing upwards of several thousands dollars a pop. And when you’re in your 20s and 30s, you might find yourself heading to multiple bachelorettes and weddings a year—so what’s an aspiring #RichGirl to do? And how did it culturally become A Thing? Welcome back to #RichGir…
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I’ve long entertained a logistically untenable fantasy of picking up and moving my life to Copenhagen for a season. Today, we explore what it takes to make a temporary or permanent international move. We have two guests, CPA Katelynn Minott of Bright!Tax as well as Chartered Wealth Manager Alex Ingrim of Chase Buchanan USA, who walk us through taxe…
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Rich Girl BT wrote in saying, "We talk more money with friends—but once they know the salary, they'll hold it against you. For example, they'll say, 'You can afford $750 for two nights at my wedding.' But I don't want to spend that." So, how do we navigate these situations in an attempt to be more transparent about finances? Welcome back to #RichGi…
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The world of status symbols and all their various manifestations (“quiet luxury,” “stealth wealth,” and even conspicuous dressing down as a backhanded sign of prestige) has operated in a more or less predictable way over the course of history—until now. Amy X. Wang, whose reporting for the New York Times uncovered a replica black market that’s expl…
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“Tax drag” can hold your money back from reaching its fullest potential—what is it, how does it work, and what do the outcomes look like? Plus, we share a wild money story involving $90,000 of debt. Have a money story of your own? Email us at moneywithkatie@morningbrew.com, and we’ll anonymously share it. Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money wit…
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Writer Elise Loehnen (“On Our Best Behavior”) joined me to explore how our money stories make us spend, work, and live. Distinct cultural scripts shape our relationship with money, like “sloth” and “greed” or the idea that “a man should be a provider.” Even if you’re not consciously abiding by this societal shorthand, Elise says, it probably influe…
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We're always told how expensive children are once you have them—but how do you prepare for them financially before they're here? How should you adapt or shift your budget when it comes to doctor's visits, insurance policies, TTC tools, and more? Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and MWK's Executive Prod…
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You know them, you love them, and you probably own them—but do you understand them? By “them,” I mean exchange-traded funds, or “ETFs.” We’re digging deep into these magical little devices (everything from fee structures, to diversification, to how “bond ETFs” might be a great replacement for your complex bond configurations). We’re joined by Samar…
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A recent Bloomberg Opinion piece said, "Your 401(k) will be gone in a decade," sounding off alarm bells in the MWK community. Is it true, and if so, what does it really entail? Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and MWK's Executive Producer Henah answer your burning money questions. Each month, we'll put…
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If you've ever waded into personal finance content, you’re probably familiar with lifestyle creep. It gets a lot of airtime because it’s a natural financial experience: to spend more as you earn more. But because there's no positive equivalent about intentionally upgrading your lifestyle, all enhancements are cast through this "to-be-avoided-at-any…
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We've got some range for you today: Dissecting the recommendation to spend 30% on your housing (and if it's outdated), stories of folks receiving inheritances and homes from their parents, and a social experiment on gender and appearance. Welcome back to #RichGirlRoundup, Money with Katie's weekly segment where Katie and MWK's Executive Producer He…
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