Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network
Kristina Schnuckel, CFP®, AIF®, EIG Director of Client Experience & Wealth Advisor, is joined by Erin Lowry, author of The Broke Millennial: Takes On Investing, to discuss how and when to start investing in your goals and retirement and the importance of financial education.
Erin Lowry—3 Ways to Win at Awkward Money Conversations
Good Money with Derrick Kinney
Author of the “Broke Millennial” book series, Erin Lowry, explains why money conversations can be so uncomfortable. She discusses the unique money challenges that millennials face and offers practical strategies so you can have important conversations with your parents and your kids about their financial future. She says if you’re not looking forward to regular money check-ins with your spouse, try ‘temptation bundling’ and find something you both enjoy while you have that difficult conversation. From how to tell your friends you can’t afford their lifestyle to how to ask your parents if they can afford retirement - Erin shares tips on how millennials and their money can get along! What you will learn: When and how to ask for a raise You have an emotional relationship with money Talk about money before you need to Pick the dream school for your dream life Redefining ‘generational wealth’ How to talk to your children about money mistakes Focus on your situation today Everyone makes mistakes with money Quotes: “It is so fascinating to me that we do just constantly talk about money, but we don’t acknowledge that we constantly talk about money.” – Erin Lowry “Whether or not we understand what our personal relationship with money is, whether or not you acknowledge it, you have one and the way you interact with money is dictated by that dynamic.” – Erin Lowry “This process, which is also again, part of the reason I keep reiterating: talk early, talk early, talk early. So that decisions are not being made in duress.” – Erin Lowry “I went to the school that gave me the most scholarship money so I could graduate debt-free and therefore be able to take more risk upon graduation.” – Erin Lowry “Money is a tool that we use to make our lives better, to make the lives of those around us in our community better.” – Erin Lowry “The other part too, is we so often intertwine morality and shame when it comes to debt. There are myriad reasons people end up in debt, especially when coming out of a pandemic.” – Erin Lowry “So if you’re in a position where you feel you are significantly underpaid, you don’t think you’re going to be able to negotiate to close the gap for whatever reason, it could be time to take your talents to another company.” – Erin Lowry “You don’t have to be good at math to be good at money.” – Erin Lowry “Just like with anything else in life, first of all, you are going to screw up. The experts screw up. We’re all going to make mistakes when it comes to money. So, don’t let that be a reason that you give up.” – Erin Lowry Free Valuable Report for our Listeners: “3 Beliefs About Money Your Kids Should Learn That No One is Teaching Them” https://goodmoneyframework.com Follow Good Money Framework on Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/goodmoneyframework Recommended Resources: Erin Lowry - brokemillennial.com
Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network
How to Have Awkward Money Conversations…Easily | Erin Lowry
Everyone's Talkin' Money
How to Talk to Friends about Money, with Erin Lowry
#298: Money conversations with friends, family members, or significant others are unavoidable. Most of us dread these conversations - they’re awkward, heated, or draining. Erin Lowry, author of Broke Millennial Talks Money, shares tips and scripts for tactfully setting financial boundaries and expectations without drama. If you’re anxious about being in a wedding, splitting the tab with friends, or asking your siblings about taking care of your parents, this episode is for you. For more information, visit the show notes at https://affordanything.com/episode298 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
What a treat of an episode I have for you! Back for a 3rd time on the podcast, and to celebrate the final installment of her Broke Millennial series, I have Erin Lowry back on the show. Her new book, Broke Millennial Talks Money, is available now and that’s what we get talking about in this episode. How to navigate touch money decisions, be it with your friends, partner, or parents. What are the scripts we should use and what are some tips to make those conversations even a little bit less awkward? I can’t believe it’s been almost two years since Erin was in Toronto to do a live event with me to celebrate her 2nd book, Broke Millennial Takes on Investing. What a fun event that was, and boy do I look forward to being able to do events again (maybe I can get her back to Toronto!). I can’t wait to see what Erin has in store next now that her book series is done. So I guess we all have to stay tuned! For full episode show notes visit https://jessicamoorhouse.com/263
180. Make Your Money Conversations less Awkward w/ Erin Lowry
Earn & Invest
Money conversations don't have to be awkward. I talk with Erin Lowry about her new book, Broke Millennial Talks Money. We discuss prenups, comparing salaries, and the dreaded estate planning talk with parents. Lots of great info here and scripts for these difficult topics.
EP178 Broke Millennial Talks Money with Erin Lowry
Young Money with Tracey Bissett
Erin Lowry is on a mission to help millennials get their financial lives together. She is the author of Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together and Broke Millennial Takes On Investing: A Beginner's Guide to Leveling Up Your Money. Today Erin joins the show to discuss how to overcome your fear of talking about finances, so you can navigate those important money questions on your mind. Listen in as she explains how to negotiate for what you’re worth when starting a new job or simply asking for a raise. You will learn the importance of practicing asking for what you want, how to set boundaries or expectations with your friends and family around money, and more. “At the end of the day, oftentimes we are just afraid of how people close to us in our lives are going to judge us for the financial decisions we are—or perhaps aren’t—making.” - Erin Lowry This Week on Young Money: A typical day in the life of Erin Lowry. Why people are so afraid to have money conversations. Why silence is golden. How to talk about finances with friends, family, and partners. Key takeaways: Practice talking about money. Get comfortable with silence. Set boundaries. Ask for advice. Resources Mentioned: Broke Millennial Series by Erin Lowry Broke Millennial Worksheets EP102 Broke Millennial Takes On Investing with Erin Lowry Connect with Erin Lowry: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn Rate, Share & Inspire Other Young Millionaires-in-the-Making Thanks for tuning into the Young Money Podcast - the advice show for young millionaires-in-the-making! If you enjoyed this week’s episode, head over to Apple Podcasts and leave us a rating and review. Visit our website to learn how easy it is to leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Don’t forget to share your favorite episodes on social media! Subscribe to the Young Money Podcast on iTunes so you never miss an episode and reach out to us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, our LinkedIn Company Page, or by visiting our website.
Do you want to know how to talk about money with your significant other? What about with your family too? Should you date someone without knowing their finances? In this week's expert episode of #FUTURERICH, CFP Barbara Ginty interviews for the second time the lovely Erin Lowry, author of the insightful, Broke Millennial ® series. Together, they take a deep dive into navigating awkward and uncomfortable financial conversations which is the subject of Erin's newest book BROKE MILLENNIAL TALKS MONEY which you can preorder wherever books are sold! In order to access a free bonus networking chapter of BROKE MILLENNIAL TALKS MONEY email your proof of purchase with a screenshot of the receipt to firstname.lastname@example.org and put "Future Rich" in the subject line. That is available for anyone who buys the book until January 2021! We are ALSO doing a special giveaway in honor of our 100th episode of Future Rich! Three lucky winners have the chance to win their own free copy of Erin's new book! All you have to do to enter is rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. We will pick our winner on December 1st! Keep up with Erin here:Instagram: @BrokeMillennialBlogTwitter: @BrokeMillennialWebsite: https://brokemillennial.com/Follow Planancial to stay up to up to date and let us know what topics you'd like Barbara to cover more in-depth this season.Instagram: @PlanancialFacebook: @PlanancialEnroll in our FREE courses at www.planancial.com