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Apr 10, 2018

Podcast: How To Be a “Financial Grownup” with Bobbi Rebell

By Team Stash

Author and podcaster Bobbi Rebell tells us how to ditch the shame and get started.

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When do we finally feel like financial adults? Maybe when we get our first jobs or when we take out our first loan? Some people seem like they’re born ready to tackle their money. But the rest of us? Well, we feel like we’re always going to be amateurs when it comes to our finances.

Bobbi Rebell, CFP, is the author of the book “How to Be a Financial Grownup” and host of the Financial Grownup podcast.

She talks to me about money shame, learning (or not learning) from our parents, knowing when to spend on luxuries, and why retiring at 30 doesn’t have to your goal.

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