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Why is talking about money so important?
We’ve been taught from an early age that we shouldn’t talk about money, but that taboo does much more harm than good. Talking openly about our finances helps remove the culture of fear and shame that can surround money.
Talking about money might feel hard right now.
But not talking about it long-term will be harder.
In this episode Kate & Owen discuss the importance of money conversations, some strategies to approach them with kindness and highlight the point that not everyone will learn, value or talk about money the way you do - and that’s okay!
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