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Episode 134

How to Money’s Kate Campbell on the Secrets to Successfully Saving for Your Goals

This week I chat with Kate Campbell, host of the popular podcast How to Money on how she’s gone about setting her goals and developing a savings strategy to see them achieved. As you’ll hear, she heads off to Europe soon for a 4 month trip, so clearly she’s got some ideas that work. I’m … Continued

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Episode 128

Urban Kitchen Garden and Permaculture to achieve Financial Independence with Kat Lavers of Plummery

Living sustainably is an increasing focus for many of us. This week’s guest, Permaculture expert Kat Lavers, shares how growing your own food cannot not only help in reducing your environmental footprint, but save you money too. In this episode, Kat shares: How she took on a modest inner suburban home in Melbourne and transformed … Continued

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Episode 127

What’s the plan for 2020?

In this episode I review the wins and challenges faced during 2019 and look ahead to our plans for Financial Autonomy in 2020. A bit of a pull back the curtain episode that I hope you enjoy.   General Advice Warning

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Episode 122

Science teacher to 6 figure earning internet marketing gun within 14 months

This week’s guest went from high school science teacher to being self-employed providing digital marketing services. In the space of 12 months she has grown her business income to over $100,000, and now has 2 staff helping her out. In this episode Brittany shares what sparked her change of career, her use of side hustles … Continued

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Episode 121

Is Private Health Insurance Worth Having in Australia?

The cost of private health insurance in Australia keeps on rising. After housing, food and motor vehicle expenses, health insurance typically comes up as the next big-ticket item in most household budgets. So it’s worth asking the question – do we need it? Private Health insurance is likely to be worth having if: You are … Continued

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Episode 116

Living in a world where money is free

February 12, 1999. That was the date something never before seen, happened. The Central Bank of Japan, battling persistent recession, cut official interest rates to zero. At the time other central bankers around the world criticised the move. Savers must be rewarded for savings. Borrowers must have to pay something to borrow. Without these basic … Continued

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Episode 115

FIRE is stupid – here’s some better alternatives

You’ve probably stumbled across the FIRE acronym before – it stands for Financial Independence Retire Early. It came out of the US and has spawned countless books, podcasts, conferences, and even a movie. Reddit has huge discussion threads devoted to the idea, with the primary thrust seeming to be how young you can achieve early … Continued

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Episode 113

3 Alternatives To Car Ownership That Can Help You Save

How many thousands of dollars do you have parked on the street or in the garage losing money every day? It’s a question I’ve been focused on for our household recently. My wife and I each have a car, plus there is a 12 seater minibus for my wife’s tourism business that we could use for a personal trip … Continued

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Episode 106

From spinning your wheels to moving ahead with purpose

It’s so easy to just float along. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it is not just a good approach to raising toddlers, it can be a whole of life game plan. But there will come a day when you’re sick of going sideways. When rinse and repeat just won’t cut it anymore. Whether it … Continued

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Episode 105

Special Collaboration Edition

Not your usual Financial Autonomy podcast. I was recently invited to co-host the Wheel of Sport podcast when they were working on the theme of Money in Sport. I had a ton of fun with this one – I hope you enjoy it too. General Advice Warning

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Episode 104

The Art of Frugal Hedonism with Annie Raser Rowland

In this week’s episode I speak with author Annie Raser-Rowland about her book The Art of Frugal Hedonism. Annie shares her tips on living a life of maximum happiness and fulfillment, whilst side-stepping some of the limiting societal expectations that we all face. Annie certainly embodies our theme of Gaining Choice, and I’m sure there … Continued

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Episode 100

Listener Q & A

Thanks for joining us for another Financial Autonomy episode. We’ve got a bit of a change in the normal routine today, because today is Episode 100 and I don’t want to pass through that milestone without doing something a little bit special. I’ve asked our Gaining Choice subscribers for their top Financial Autonomy questions. I’ve … Continued

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