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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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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.

    How to Set Up Money Management Systems for Short-Term & Long-Term Goals

    How to Set Up Money Management Systems for Short-Term & Long-Term Goals

    This episode is a logistical examination of how to put systems in place that help you balance your short-term and long-term spending goals—after all, “saving” is really just another name for “deferred spending,” and the ideal scenario we’d find ourselves in is one in which the money we need is available to us whenever we need it. 
    It’s my hope that after listening, you’ll have a solid understanding of how to structure all of your savings and investing and—most importantly—you’ll eliminate the fear that you’re “missing something.”

    Mentioned in the Episode
    - Atomic Habits by James Clear: https://jamesclear.com/atomic-habits

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    • 36 min
    To Lease, Buy, or Have No Car at All? How 2022’s Used Car Market Shifts Things

    To Lease, Buy, or Have No Car at All? How 2022’s Used Car Market Shifts Things

    I sold my car in March 2021 and have (mostly) never looked back as part of a one-car couple, but my husband and I have been dabbling with the idea of getting a new car this year. Unfortunately, 2022 is…not a great time to buy a vehicle, as anyone who’s perused the used car market knows. 
    It inspired this episode in which we break down the lease vs. buy decision in today’s car market with guest Jorge Diaz, author of Car Leasing Done Right (https://www.leasecosts.ca/en/book). 
    As part of the episode, I wanted to do an IRL lease vs. buy comparison with a luxury car—so I reached out to a Porsche dealership to pull numbers on a 2023 Macan. What I wasn’t expecting as part of my number-crunching journey: being immediately plunged into an inferior sense of class consciousness as a result of the interaction. That’s…a fun bonus in the episode. 😂

    Mentioned in the Episode
    - Car market prices up 24% in 2021 (via The Washington Post): https://www.washingtonpost.com/us-policy/2021/10/28/used-car-prices-chip-shortage/
    - Rule of thumb for paying for a car: https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/loans/auto-loans/much-spend-car
    - “Why Leasing a Car is Like Setting Money on Fire”: https://moneywithkatie.com/blog/why-leasing-a-car-is-like-setting-money-on-fire
    - Study: Driving fewer than 10K/year: https://www.rockethq.com/learn/personal-finances/how-expensive-is-uber
    - Pregnancy Discrimination Act: https://www.eeoc.gov/pregnancy-discrimination 



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    • 55 min
    Wedding Confessions: Budget, Who Paid, and Biggest Learnings

    Wedding Confessions: Budget, Who Paid, and Biggest Learnings

    Ah, the long-awaited deep dive is finally here! As someone who got married in a courthouse and in a big, traditional ceremony (to the same person, don’t worry), I feel I’m now qualified to do a thorough compare-and-contrast analysis of the two—and share the granular details of how much our ceremony cost.
    I’m diving into the budget ($25,000), the actual spend (...a lot more than $25,000), who paid, the things that shocked me, and the stuff I thought was worthwhile. I also do a deep-dive into the Wedding Industrial Complex with our guest, Anna Braff, founder of the award-winning vendor service Provenance Rentals.
    Originally, I wasn’t planning on doing any sort of deep dive about my nuptials—but ultimately decided it was incredibly off-brand not to talk about one of the largest expenses a young couple faces.

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    • 51 min
    Why I’m Not Buying I Bonds, the “Flight to Safety,” and Optimism

    Why I’m Not Buying I Bonds, the “Flight to Safety,” and Optimism

    Something I had never even heard of a year ago has been front and center in the financial news for the last few months: I Bonds.
    But I suppose it makes sense: Nothing tempts those seeking performance and those seeking safety alike quite like a guaranteed nominal 9.62% rate of return, right?
    But I fear they’re a distraction for young investors (and don’t worry, we address who they might make sense for in the episode). Plus, I invited Alan Ebright of Hodges Private Client—a wealth management firm in Dallas with $1B+ assets under management—on the show this week to talk about investor psychology and the self-defeating flight to safety. 
    *Any information shared is not tax or legal advice, and is purely for informational purposes.
    #MoneyWithKatie #IBonds #Investing #Bonds #PersonalFinance

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    Mentioned in the Episode
    - Nick Maggiulli's blog, Of Dollars & Data
    - DALBAR Quantitative Analysis of Investor Behavior
    - National Association of Personal Financial Advisors Database

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    *Disclaimer: Hodges Private Client is a program offered through Hodges Capital Management, Inc. (“HCM”). HCM is an Investment Advisory Firm registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), is a wholly owned subsidiary of Hodges Capital Holdings and serves as investment advisor to the Hodges Funds. HCM is affiliated with First Dallas Securities, Inc, a broker-dealer and investment advisor registered with the SEC.
    This discussion is not intended to be a forecast of future events and should not be considered a recommendation to buy or sell any security. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investing involves risk. Principal loss is possible. Investing in smaller companies involves additional risks such as limited liquidity and greater volatility. No current or prospective client should assume that information referenced in this communication is a recommendation to buy or sell any security or is a substitute for personalized investment advice from your individual advisor. HCM does not provide tax or legal advice. Consult your tax or legal advisor for any related questions.
    All information referenced herein is from sources believed to be reliable and is provided as general market commentary and does not constitute investment advice. This material was created for informational purposes only and the opinions expressed are solely those of HCM. HCM shall not in any way be liable for claims and makes no expressed or implied representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of the data and other information. The data and information are provided as of the date referenced and are subject to change without notice.

    • 39 min
    The Benefits and Pitfalls of Salary Transparency with Jason Tartick

    The Benefits and Pitfalls of Salary Transparency with Jason Tartick

    Nothing excites millennials and surprises baby boomers quite like our penchant for sharing how much money we make with one another. 
    But salary transparency—one of the latest tactics for rectifying biases in hiring and compensation—is a means to an end, not the end itself.
    In this week’s episode, we explore the benefits and pitfalls of openly sharing compensation information within an organization—and how we can share in a way that actually helps one another. Plus, an interview with Jason Tartick of Bachelor Nation fame, and the host of Trading Secrets, a podcast about our “taboo curiosities” around money and career.
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    Mentioned in the episode


    World Economic Forum's data on closing the gender pay gap


    National Labor Relations Act: Your right to discuss pay in the US


    Silicon Valley study about top employee performance


    Tim Low's interview about PayScale and salary transparency


    2018 Denmark study on closing the gender pay gap


    Buffer case study on salary transparency

    Trading Secrets interview with Rob Dyrdek


    Trading Secrets interview with A-Rod


    Trading Secrets interview with Molly Bloom (Molly's Game)



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    • 47 min
    $40,000 to $200,000+ in 5 Years: Don’t Quit Your Day Job with Cinneah El-Amin

    $40,000 to $200,000+ in 5 Years: Don’t Quit Your Day Job with Cinneah El-Amin

    This episode was inspired by a Medium article about a woman’s nine side hustles that replaced her full-time income. After reading it, I couldn’t help but think: “I know our generation loves the glamorized solopreneur thing, but at what point is it easier to just…have a full-time job?”
    I wanted to explore the obsession with the side hustle, the (unfair) demonization of the 9-5, and—importantly—how to expend energy in a more efficient way for a higher ROI within your traditional career path for those of us who don’t want to become ~online entrepreneurs~. 
    Cinneah of Flynanced joins us for this episode to regale us with her career journey ($40,000 to $200,000+ in just five years!) and has a ton of actionable advice to share for scaling your full-time income and breaking into highly paid technical fields without going back to school.
    Here's the referenced blog post about diversifying your effort and my side hustles that amounted to nothing.

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    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

KrysiaW ,

Accessible, intelligent, realistic and KIND financial advice

After reading probably 20 blog articles in one sitting and inhaling all Katie’s Instagram content, I finally got round to the podcast. Listened to three episodes in one go and downloaded the rest.
Katie stands out because she is targeting young people like herself, but she doesn’t infantilise us in the process. She understands the psychology before our mistakes and offers us practical solutions and compassion whilst lighting the way forwards.

It’s a nice change from some of the other Instagram-promoted female personal finance content; I didn’t know whether to cry or laugh at the end of the last ~female-targeted~ personal finance book I read, when I realised that the content was NEVER going to move beyond manifestation and proclaiming that we ~deserve designer handbags.

If you want motivation, practical tips, and to understand better where you are going wrong; Katie is for you. Money with Katie is now *the* 101 resource I would recommend to friends. I’ve bookmarked so many blog pages I may as well just print the whole thing out and paste it on the walls of my house.

Thanks Katie! Appreciate all your work.

AdlneA ,

Favourite money podcast

I was already a big fan of Katie's blog and find this new podcast the perfect addition! As someone who's been working on getting more financially literate over the past year, this first episode was the perfect way to delve deeper into a specific topic and improve my knowledge. Love Katie's style and the way she includes specific examples to illustrate what she's talking about too. I can't wait for new episodes!!

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