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EP217 How to Achieve Biz Peace

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Release Date: 10/26/2021

EP229 Rich Girl, Broke Girl with Kelley Keehn show art EP229 Rich Girl, Broke Girl with Kelley Keehn

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Kelley Keehn has been a trusted voice for sound personal finance advice for decades. Kelley started her career helping some of Canada’s wealthiest, and then took her expertise to a broader audience to help people of all incomes as a personal finance educator. Today she joins the show to share insights from her new book, , including how she is helping women claim their wealth. Listen in as Kelley explains why so many women struggle to lean into their finances and why it is so important to remember how far we have come as women in regards to finances. You will learn the difference in behavior...

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EP228 Balance: How To Invest and Spend for Happiness, Health and Wealth with Andrew Hallam show art EP228 Balance: How To Invest and Spend for Happiness, Health and Wealth with Andrew Hallam

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Andrew Hallam is a personal finance journalist, speaker, and the internationally bestselling author of  and . Before Andrew’s 20th birthday, he started to invest. By the time he reached his late 30s, he had enough money to retire. In this episode, he will be sharing his personal journey to financial freedom and his advice for anyone searching for a way to make money on the road. Listen in as Andrew shares insights from his newest book, , to help you work toward achieving life satisfaction. You will learn why you should spend your money on experiences, why making strong connections...

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EP227 Money Like You Mean It with Erica Alini show art EP227 Money Like You Mean It with Erica Alini

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Erica Alini is the personal finance reporter, where she writes about all things personal finance, business, and economics. In this episode, Erica will be joining the show to discuss her new book, Money Like You Mean It: Personal Finance Tactics For The Real World, as well as her advice for building a financially stable life. Listen in as she gives you a deeper look at the economic forces that are shaping your financial struggles and some tips on how to overcome them. You will learn the four steps people go through in order to turbocharge their finances, how to make better financial decisions...

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EP226 Financial Accountability Over Financial Resolutions show art EP226 Financial Accountability Over Financial Resolutions

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

With so much going on right now (pandemic, job loss, holidays, etc.), how are we supposed to become financially fit? This is a question many are asking themselves as we approach the end of 2021, a year that rivals 2020 in terms of its difficulties. So, in this episode, I will be explaining the key to financial success and how to become financially resilient in the face of adversity. Listen in as I share how to become an active participant in your financial knowledge, as well as why it is so important to be intentional with your spending. You will learn the benefit of being consistent, how to...

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EP225 Celebrating 4 Years of Young Money show art EP225 Celebrating 4 Years of Young Money

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Today, we are celebrating four years of Young Money! Together we have created 225 episodes, we are listened to in over 40 countries, and we have surpassed 200,000 downloads. It is my privilege to create fun, educational content and to host amazing guests to inspire you along your financial fitness journey. In this episode, I will be sharing the top five things I have learned throughout my time podcasting, as well as how these findings relate to finances. Listen in to learn the importance of focusing on what matters most to you, why you should always get your information from a credible source,...

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EP224 Get the Hell Out of Debt with Erin Skye Kelly show art EP224 Get the Hell Out of Debt with Erin Skye Kelly

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

There are many frightening things out there, such as spiders, snakes, etc. However, there is one thing that scares many people more than anything else: having debt. Despite this, many consumers cannot find their way out of debt due to the amount of confusing and overwhelming information available. This is where today's guest, Erin Skye Kelly, steps in. Erin is an award-winning and bestselling author who has helped thousands of people pay off millions of dollars in consumer debt. In this episode, she will be sharing her best advice so that you can finally "get the hell out of debt" too....

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EP223 SATC Spotlight: Sarah Jessica Parker versus Carrie Bradshaw show art EP223 SATC Spotlight: Sarah Jessica Parker versus Carrie Bradshaw

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

You may have heard Sex and the City is rebooting the franchise with their new show called And Just Like That. If you were a fan back in the day or are watching the show now to get ready for the reboot, you are in for a treat today. In this episode, I will be shining a spotlight on the show and, in particular, who is more financially fit—Sarah Jessica Parker, the actress, or Carrie Bradshaw, the character she played. Listen in as I discuss the importance of living within your means and understanding the income that is coming in versus the money you are spending. You will learn the benefit of...

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EP222 Why Financial Literacy Matters at Work show art EP222 Why Financial Literacy Matters at Work

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Financial literacy means having the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. This requires small, imperfect actions each day and showing kindness to ourselves when we make a misstep. So, in today’s training, I will be sharing the three reasons why financial literacy matters at work and how to ensure you are maximizing your efforts. Listen in as I explain how you can increase productivity and relieve financial stress by becoming more financially fit. You will learn how to ensure you are taking advantage of all your employee benefits at your job, the...

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EP221 3 Financial Lessons Learned from Adele show art EP221 3 Financial Lessons Learned from Adele

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Many of you, like me, watched the Adele special with Oprah Winfrey. If you didn’t watch it, you probably heard about it, as reports put viewership at over 10 million viewers. I am a huge fan of Adele and would put her concert in my top 5 shows of all time. However, I am not only a fan of her music. I also recognize that we can learn a few key financial lessons from this amazing singer, as well. So, in this episode, I will be diving into three major financial lessons we can take away from Adele, as her net worth is now reportedly over $190 million. Listen in as I explain the importance of...

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EP220 Easy Peasy Finance with 12-year-old creator, Rishi Vamdatt show art EP220 Easy Peasy Finance with 12-year-old creator, Rishi Vamdatt

Young Money with Tracey Bissett

Rishi Vamdatt is the 12-year-old creator of Easy Peasy Finance, an award-winning resource that spreads financial literacy by breaking down complex financial concepts. Having been featured on CBS New York and many radio shows and podcasts, Rishi has touched the lives of over half a million kids, parents, and teachers, and he joins me today to discuss the importance of learning about personal finance for everyone—but especially for kids. Listen in as he shares why he first started Easy Peasy Finance, how he has tailored his content to appeal to kids, and how he keeps up with creating content...

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Happy small business month! We are celebrating all of our small business owners in Canada this month, and what year it has been. As the pandemic continues, small businesses have had to navigate an ever-fluctuating market and get really creative as they come up with solutions to keep their businesses running. So, in this episode, I want to take some time to celebrate these brilliant business owners and highlight the amazing work they’re doing.

Listen in as I explain what I have witnessed to be the most important processes to have in place for companies as they have to continue to work through uncertain times. You will learn why you should always have an emergency fund, how to appropriately budget your finances, and how to proactively plan for your future.

“Companies that proactively plan are able to be more successful.”  - Tracey Bissett

This Week on Young Money:

  • How to be successful in the event of a market downturn.
  • The importance of planning for the unexpected.
  • Why you should always have a cash reserve for emergencies.
  • How to be agile and quickly adapt in the face of uncertainty.
  • The benefit of continuing to advance your knowledge on your finances.
  • How to navigate conversations with your bookkeeper.

Key takeaways:

  1. Plan for the unexpected.
  2. Have an emergency fund.
  3. Manage debt.
  4. Advance your knowledge.
  5. Take action.
  6. Ask questions.

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