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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.

The Money with Katie Show Morning Brew Podcasts

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    • 4.7 • 414 Ratings

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.

    $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
    Is Now a Good Time to Pick Stocks? The Pros & Cons of Active Investing with Jack Raines

    Is Now a Good Time to Pick Stocks? The Pros & Cons of Active Investing with Jack Raines

    Given current market conditions, it seemed like a good time to revisit the age-old temptation for investors: Should I…try to stop the bleeding and make more active investment choices? Surely I could do better than -22%!
    In most personal finance circles, this question is heresy—but lucky for you, I like to rock the boat. We’re digging into the case against active, some oddly compelling arguments for it, and everything in between in this week’s episode. Don’t call the FI/RE department on me! (See what I did there?)
    I'm joined by Jack Raines of the blog Young Money today to discuss 'the true cost of alpha.' (Alpha = an investment's ability to beat the market.)
    This is also our first episode with a listener Q&A. Today’s is about commission income: How it’s taxed, how to budget for it, and how to invest it. Got a question you want answered? Make sure you’re following Money with Katie on Instagram, where you’ll see our call for questions!

    Mentioned in the Episode

    Jack's article, A New Definition of Alpha


    Nick's article, Why You Shouldn't Pick Individual Stocks


    Dalio's book, The Changing World Order


    Mike Green interview on Resolve's Gestalt University


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    • 50 min
    The Bear Market, Future Returns, and the History of Low-Cost Investing with Eric Balchunas

    The Bear Market, Future Returns, and the History of Low-Cost Investing with Eric Balchunas

    Every time the market experiences a drawdown, it feels like the echoing chorus of, “This time, it’s different,” gets more deafening. As the history buffs assure us, that’s very unlikely—but that doesn’t change the fact I want to hedge if it’s true. 
    For many of us #n00b investors who started in the last decade, we’re experiencing a serious pullback for the first time (I no longer count the 30% COVID drawdown since it was so short-lived). I think it’s a (healthy) reminder that investing in the stock market is not a risk-free proposition, and returns are not guaranteed.
    So how do we adjust our expectations and behavior accordingly? I’ll tell you how I’m pivoting in this week’s episode.
    I invited Bloomberg ETF analyst Eric Balchunas on the show to talk about the history of low-cost investing, Jack Bogle’s legacy, and Vanguard’s role in changing the industry forever—plus, his spicy take on cryptocurrency. 👀
    Resources
    Eric's book, The Bogle Effect


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    • 51 min
    Money Mindset: How the Victim vs. Victor Dynamic Shapes our Financial Outcomes

    Money Mindset: How the Victim vs. Victor Dynamic Shapes our Financial Outcomes

    One of the single-most impactful determinants of our outcomes in life is our self-concept: Our identity. Whether we see ourselves as the victims of circumstance or victors over our challenges. It plays out in everything from miscommunications at work to compensation conversations.
    The victim mindset tells you that you're not in control of your outcomes, while the victor's mindset acknowledges that—while life isn't fair—you have some control over your outcomes and are capable of overcoming the challenges you're presented with. At the crux of it all is a sense of control.
    Sometimes, we ascribe to a victim mindset and undermine our own resilience, capacity, and control—and stand in our own way in the process. Making the conversation more complicated? The reality of victimization and privilege.
    My guest today, Dominick Quartuccio, gives us a three-step framework to rewire these negative thought patterns, design a future we can "live into," and regain control over our lives and finances.
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    Ayishat Akanbi's book, The Awokening: Clarity, Culture ,and Identity in the Web of Chaos
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    • 46 min
    Building a Six-Figure Side Hustle, Monetizing Content, & Budgeting with Variable Income

    Building a Six-Figure Side Hustle, Monetizing Content, & Budgeting with Variable Income

    If you've ever wondered how Money with Katie went from a $0 side hustle to a half-million venture in two years (and if you can do the same!), then this episode is for you.
    Today, I'm getting into the weeds and sharing exactly how Money with Katie makes money, all things sponsorships and affiliates, and even ventures I tried that didn't quite pan out. I share real numbers and stories, beyond just the surface-level stuff you've heard before.
    And because becoming a creative entrepreneur often means budgeting with variable income, I invited Lauren Anastasio, director of financial advice at Stash, to talk about setting yourself up for financial success from day one of your entrepreneurial journey.
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    Inspiration for this show's episode: March 2020 Lessons for 2022 and Beyond


    Breaking down the SEP IRA and a Solo 401(k) for those with self-employment income


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    • 53 min
    To Prenup or Not to Prenup? with the Fiscal Feminist, Kim Davis

    To Prenup or Not to Prenup? with the Fiscal Feminist, Kim Davis

    Let’s kick this off with an admission: We don’t have a prenup.
    In today’s episode, I’ll tell you why—and why we probably should’ve gotten one.
    We also talk with Kim Davis (former Wall Street attorney, present managing director at the Bahnsen Group, and founder of the Fiscal Feminist) about:

    How the “stay-at-home” spouse can protect themselves financially

    Why the prenup agreement is like an insurance policy for your marriage

    What Kim thinks about joint credit cards

    How much to budget for a prenup

    …and a whole lot more.
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    • 50 min

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4.7 out of 5
414 Ratings

414 Ratings

PodcastGoose ,

Great Finance and Life Podcast

I’ve recently found Money with Katie’s content and I’ve become a huge fan. I particularly enjoy her podcast! It’s so nice to have a woman’s voice in this space and there’s something about the way Katie delivers her message that really motivates me. I love that she was so transparent about her own journey in building her business. Her episodes have inspired me to focus on starting my on business. I have to say, I’m weirdly a fan of the production as well. I’ve listened to some old episodes and while the content has stayed great, the quality of the production has gone up. Some of us enjoy the silly gimmicks and I do find myself lol-ing when the other characters pop in. Keeps a single person podcast fresh! I listen to a lot of podcasts and it’s nice to see someone having fun with a subject that can be a bit stuffy. I’m enjoying seeing how Katie is growing on this journey and I look forward to more episodes.

Paige Elisa ,

Love this podcast and hope the new sound effect stuff goes away again soon!

Love this podcast & Katie so much, and so excited for her re: her new partnership with Morning Brew! BUT: the new sound effect gimmicks the last few episodes are super distracting and way too much. I’m really happy she has the support and production value now, but I’ve been skipping those pieces the last few episodes and I really think they detract from what has been and still is otherwise a really great podcast, and one of the few I am always excited to listen to. We don’t need a fake time travel schtick or a silly ASMR meditation bit, just Katie ❤️

Jillian0417 ,

Love this podcast!

Glad I found this podcast. I really enjoy the topics covered and Katie’s coverage!

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