Listener Questions – Episode 200
A HUGE thank you for supporting the show over almost 4 years now. The podcast wouldn’t exist without the support of you guys, and so this week it’s all about listener questions. Check it out, I hope you love it.
5 Strategies to Maximise Income for Couples – Episode 195
Couples can have a distinct advantage when it comes to building wealth and achieving financial autonomy provided they maximize the opportunities available to them. Let’s take a look at 5 opportunities you might be able to use. You can also read this piece here. A 1 page checklist of these strategies can … Continued
Happiness via a life reboot
In this episode, Financial Autonomy listener Katrina shares how she reinvented her life, from a high-stress, inner-city role in the police force, to a new life in a regional town, with some internet dating success to stir into the mix. A fun and inspiring story that I’m sure you’ll enjoy.
How to increase your returns by over 5%
Russell Investments recently released a research report – 2020 Value of an Adviser – where they explore where a financial advice relationship can add value for investors. Today I speak with Bronwyn Yates, Head of Client and Business Solutions at Russell Investments to share with us what they learned. We also discuss when in your … Continued
How can you Invest in your Career – with Emily & Shelly from My Millenial Career
In the Financial Autonomy podcast, we normally talk about traditional investments – stocks and property. But today I wanted to discuss another type of investment you can make which can help you hugely in achieving financial autonomy and gaining choice. That is investing your career. I’m joined by Emily and Shelly, career and … Continued
Year in review, and what’s coming up in 2021
In this week’s episode, we look at the year just gone and pull back the curtain to reveal some of the things that have happened here at Financial Autonomy. Then we share with you what we’ve got coming up in 2021. I hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for your support and have a … Continued
CASE STUDY – How Financial Autonomy community member Jason Watts Gained Choice in rural Victoria – Episode 176
Today I’m speaking with a Financial Autonomy community member. Jason emailed me to share a bit about his journey and it was so interesting I asked him to come on the podcast and share it with everyone – I think you’ll find this one really inspirational.
Property – Yes or No with Veronica Morgan – Episode 172
This week I chat with Foxtel’s Location, Location, Location co-host Veronica Morgan and challenge her on some of the current narratives around property investment. Veronica’s a woman of strong opinions which made for a fun and entertaining chat.
Post Election US Market Update with Amy Irvine in New York – Episode 171
This week I speak with New York based financial planner Amy Irvine to learn what’s happening there right now, and what it means for investors. Disclaimer
Which Financial Independence Pathway is right for you?
Regular listeners will know that I frequently refer to the 3 pathways to Financial Autonomy – investing in stocks, investing in property, and building a business or being self-employed. But how to determine which pathway makes the most sense for you to pursue? That’s what we’ll be exploring in this week’s episode. General Advice Warning
What is the data telling us about the Australian Property Market with Pete Wargent
Pete Wargent is a property investment expert. He is a buyer’s advocate and does various bits and pieces within the property space. Pete’s background is as a chartered accountant. The content he produces on property investment tends to be very analytical and data driven. So I’ve invited him along to get his insight as to … Continued
Is it time to gear into shares?
When investing in property, it’s largely a given that you’ll be borrowing as a core element of the transaction. Indeed often, you’re borrowing the entire purchase cost. Borrowing to buy shares however is often approached with trepidation, despite the many advantages shares offer around the ease of altering the transaction size, diversification and the speed … Continued