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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Erin Lowry. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Erin Lowry, often where they are interviewed.

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42 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Erin Lowry. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Erin Lowry, often where they are interviewed.

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54| Broke Millennial Review w/ Erin Lowry

MasterMind Podcast
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That's right, you know the vibes, Malia and Chris are back for another episode to discuss finances. We promise this is the last finance episode for a while. However, Erin Lowry joins the podcast duo to review and break down her book, "Broke Millennial Takes on Investing: A Beginner’s Guide to Leveling Up Your Money." During the conversation, Erin shares what she thinks is the most important investing terms millennials should know and gives a deep dive on what inflation is and how it's been robbing us of our purchasing power for decades. Malia explains the silver lining in having student loan debt and being able to invest. Chris explains why he opened up a high yields savings account and how his investing journey has been over the past few years. Honorable mentions: Ally, Capital One, Goldman Sachs, Nerdwallet, Bankrate, asset allocation, time horizon, robo-advisors, Investopedia, compound interest, risk tolerance, Reddit. Don't worry, click here we got you! Make sure you're following and subscribed to us on the following platforms to keep up with our lit reviews: Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart Radio, Youtube, and Apple Podcast.

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Jun 18 2020



Broke Millennial Takes on Investing ( Erin Lowry)

150 Book Review: What I Plan To Apply In My Life
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The importance of investing than just saving money.

Jun 02 2020



Talkin' Prenups & Wills with Erin Lowry From Broke Millennial

Mind Your Money with MissBeHelpful
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Erin joins me this week to talk about all things personal finance, from her dad teaching her about taxes using halloween candy as a kid, to her signing a prenup with her husband, to why we all need to have a will whether we have financial assets or not!

Broke Millennial Blog:

Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together -

Broke Millennial Takes On Investing: A Beginner's Guide to Leveling Up Your Money -

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Apr 13 2020

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Special Episode - Financial Relief in the U.S. - Erin Lowry, Author of Broke Millennial & Broke Millennial Takes on Investing

Mo' Money Podcast
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Since so much is going on and many of you listening are looking for some financial relief during this pandemic, I thought I would do another special episode with my pal Erin Lowry who is a money expert in the U.S. and the author of Broke Millennial and Broke Millennial Takes on Investing.

Erin has been hard at work compiling a number of resources in a massive Google spreadsheet (link below) to help you during these uncertain times, and she joins me in this episode to share what you need to know about applying for unemployment insurance and getting your stimulus check if you're living the U.S.

Unemployment Insurance

Department of Labor website:

Career One Stop website:

Stimulus Check

Broke Millennial's Coronavirus/Recession Relief Hub

Support Erin & Buy Her Books

  • Broke Millennial
  • Broke Millennial Takes on Investing

Apr 09 2020



The Fem Word - Episode 3 - Erin Lowry

Rukus Avenue Radio
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Episode 3 of Monika & Natasha Samtani's talk show, "The Fem Word".

Feb 26 2020



Erin Lowry - Fixing Broke Millennials!

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Erin Lowry shares with us how to “Face Up To Your Numbers”. She starts with her own childhood story of selling Krispy Kreme donuts at a yard sale!

Jan 22 2020



MI018: Take Control of Your Money with Erin Lowry (Personal Finance Podcast)

Millennial Investing - The Investor’s Podcast Network
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Dec 11 2019



EP102 Broke Millennial Takes On Investing with Erin Lowry

Young Money with Tracey Bissett
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Erin Lowry is the author of Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together, and the upcoming Broke Millennial Takes On Investing: A Beginner’s Guide to Leveling Up your Money. Her first book was noted as one of the best money books of 2017 by MarketWatch. She has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and CBS Sunday Morning. She frequently speaks at conferences and universities around the country and has previously written for Cosmopolitan Magazine, Fast Company, and Refinery29.  

Erin joins me today to offer insights on investing and why it is vital to invest as soon as possible. She shares how freelance and contract workers should prepare for times without a steady income as well as have open conversations with their partners. She reveals the different ways you can begin investing and the benefits of Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), social investing, and diversification. She also highlights why it is essential to learn the financial language and shop around for financial advisors and financial services.

“Investing is one of the best ways of building wealth, especially if you have the advantage of time.” - Erin Lowry

This Week on Young Money:

  • Why it's crucial to have a relationship with money from an early age.
  • The benefits of investing early on in your career.
  • Money management for contract and freelance workers.
  • The ways you can get into investing without having tens of thousands of dollars.
  • What an Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is.
  • The importance of investment diversification.
  • The different resources for learning about money.
  • Why you might want to consider social investing.
  • What Robo advisors are.
  • Why it's vital to shop around for financial services.

Key takeaways:

  1. Freelancers should have conversations and plan for times without a steady income.
  2. Take the time to learn the financial language.
  3. Evaluate if you are ready to invest.
  4. Diversify your investments.

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Sep 17 2019



Broke Millennial: Get your Financial life together- Interview with Erin Lowry

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In this episode:

  • Identifying your personal money story

  • Tactics for paying off your debt

  • Psychology behind how you think about money

  • Getting the financial accountability you need

Erin Lowry is the author of Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together, a personal finance book based on her blog of the same name. Erin founded Broke Millennial in 2013 to fill a gap in how the finance industry talked to her peers. Coming from a financially literate household, Lowry was surprised by how few millennials were comfortable discussing money, and how few content platforms catered to their specific circumstances. Since starting Broke Millennial Erin has been featured in news outlets like CNBC, The New York Times, USA Today, Forbes, and many others.

I’m SO excited for you to hear from Erin Lowry today, who is a millennial personal finance expert, author & speaker! I have heard from a lot of you that the topic of finance & money mindset is important to you and I really think she has SO much value to add! She knows her stuff & I love how refreshing her content is and how she takes this really complex jargon of finances and makes it very SIMPLE, but also talks about this in a way that really hits home. We talk about money mindset, and different studies about the psychology behind how we think about money & she even gives some tips and resources for getting out of debt. I can’t wait to hear what you think!!


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“I often look back on my early twenties as a time where I failed to invest in relationships because I was so focused on making money.”

“Studies have shown, by the ages of between 8 and 10, we’ve really kind of coded our relationship with money based on what we’re raised around.”

“Whatever the reason, we are looking at the numbers, it happened, let’s forgive ourselves & move the eff on.”

“My money mantra is very simple, either you control money or money controls you. And my goal is just to make sure that you’re in control.”


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Sep 05 2019


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Erin Lowry wants you to know that words have power, especially when it comes to your money.

Saving and investing are not the same thing. For example, if someone is saving for retirement, they might not even be aware that they are actually investing their money. Very few people put their retirement money in a savings account. It’s much more likely that if you have your retirement money invested in an index fund, or some kind of portfolio of stocks and bonds that are subject to risk and growth.

But if we keep using the word “save” when we talk about retirement, we miss the opportunity to learn about our investments. If we say “invest” for retirement, you might be triggered to ask “What’s my money invested in?”

You might be thinking, Beau, everyone knows the difference between saving and investing, and people know where their retirement money is invested. Unfortunately, that’s just not true. I read yesterday that 40% of Canadians keep their TFSA contributions in a simple savings account.

Why are Canadians doing this? Well, it’s in the name. TFSA stands for Tax-Free Savings Account. The Canadian government called it a savings account. But it’s not a savings account. It’s a tax shelter. Where the RRSP, or Registered Retirement Savings Plan, was created to save you taxes now, only for you to pay them later when you withdraw money in retirement, the TFSA allows you to take after-tax money you already have and protect it from ever being taxed again.

So the TFSA is not for savings, because savings might grow, if you’re lucky, at 1% per year. You can afford the taxes on 1%. What you want in your TFSA is your highest growth investments. If you have $10,000 in Canadian bank stocks, for example, and you say they are part of your TFSA, and then grow by 10% this year, you pay no tax on that 10%. Not this year or any year after that. That $10,000 could grow to $100,000 and you never pay any tax.

So should this program created to shelter your investment growth from future taxes be called a Tax-Free Savings Account? Absolutely not. It’s a terrible name and it’s confusing Canadians.

Words have power. Like the words "broke" and "poor" are not the same thing.

This is something that Erin and I discuss in the episode, as she has now written two books: the first one is called Broke Millennial and the most recent one is Broke Millennial Takes on Investing. And there’s a third book in the series coming soon, which we also discuss in the episode.

Erin joined me from New York City to share her personal finance story.


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Aug 22 2019