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Welcome to The Wallet - Season 2 The Wallet

    • Education

Hello and welcome back to The Wallet! We’re so excited to be launching Season 2 following 47 fantastic episodes and over 75,000 downloads in our first series. 
Over the last year, we’ve received so many financial questions through Instagram, emails and workshops and it can be hard to reply to you all - so we’ve decided to do this in the podcast.
We want to hear from YOU! 
Each month I will be answering your questions, like; How do I repay my debt? How do I get a mortgage? What’s the best way to save or invest? I’ll give you my best tips, tell you how I approach the challenges and let you know where you can learn more about specific financial topics. 
You can email me your questions at emilie@vestpod.com 
We will keep our weekly interviews to get you inspired and learn more beyond personal finances - we’ll be hearing from experts, financial educators, entrepreneurs, and more! 
In the UK women are getting wealthier, but it’s not always an easy path. That’s why at Vestpod we’re here to get you talking about money, so you not only have enough money for today but can plan for your future and invest in what you believe in. 
I can’t wait for you to join us on this journey. 
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You can learn more about Vestpod and subscribe to our newsletter here: 

Vestpod’s newsletter “The Edit”: www.vestpod.com Join our online events and workshops: https://www.vestpod.com/events Stay in touch with me: please send me your feedback on the podcast and suggest any guests! If you like it, please do share with your friends and rate / review on Apple Podcasts. That does really help!Instagram: @vestpodPrivate Facebook group: @vestpodTwitter: @vestpod @emilieldn
* Please note that we are not certified financial advisers! The articles and information made available on Vestpod and this podcast are provided for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute financial advice. You are advised to consult with an independent financial advisor for advice on your specific circumstances. Also, if you’re investing money, make sure it’s for the long term and you understand what you're investing in.*


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hello and welcome back to The Wallet! We’re so excited to be launching Season 2 following 47 fantastic episodes and over 75,000 downloads in our first series. 
Over the last year, we’ve received so many financial questions through Instagram, emails and workshops and it can be hard to reply to you all - so we’ve decided to do this in the podcast.
We want to hear from YOU! 
Each month I will be answering your questions, like; How do I repay my debt? How do I get a mortgage? What’s the best way to save or invest? I’ll give you my best tips, tell you how I approach the challenges and let you know where you can learn more about specific financial topics. 
You can email me your questions at emilie@vestpod.com 
We will keep our weekly interviews to get you inspired and learn more beyond personal finances - we’ll be hearing from experts, financial educators, entrepreneurs, and more! 
In the UK women are getting wealthier, but it’s not always an easy path. That’s why at Vestpod we’re here to get you talking about money, so you not only have enough money for today but can plan for your future and invest in what you believe in. 
I can’t wait for you to join us on this journey. 
___
You can learn more about Vestpod and subscribe to our newsletter here: 

Vestpod’s newsletter “The Edit”: www.vestpod.com Join our online events and workshops: https://www.vestpod.com/events Stay in touch with me: please send me your feedback on the podcast and suggest any guests! If you like it, please do share with your friends and rate / review on Apple Podcasts. That does really help!Instagram: @vestpodPrivate Facebook group: @vestpodTwitter: @vestpod @emilieldn
* Please note that we are not certified financial advisers! The articles and information made available on Vestpod and this podcast are provided for information and educational purposes only and do not constitute financial advice. You are advised to consult with an independent financial advisor for advice on your specific circumstances. Also, if you’re investing money, make sure it’s for the long term and you understand what you're investing in.*


See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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