E159 – 159: How to Build Foundational Wealth So That You Can Have Financial Freedom with Amanda Kinderman
You don’t know what you don’t know. . . and knowledge is power. Many of us manage our finances based on what our parents taught us, and unfortunately, many of those lessons were learned the hard way. But Amanda Kinderman is on a mission to help eliminate the “taboo” that surrounds money by helping women take charge of their wealth potential so that we can achieve financial freedom and become better teachers for the next generation.
Rachel, Erin, and Amanda cover:
- How Amanda went from clinical researcher in public health to financial advisor and financial education advocate
- How lack of financial education contributes to the gender pay gap
- Basic money management tips that not everyone may be aware of
- Tips for managing money with a spouse or partner
- How to find credible resources for education in money management
- The “red flags” to look out for in the financial industry
- Whether or not you should be using credit cards
- And so much more!
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- “The first thing I recommend to every client – I don’t care if their net worth is 250,000 or zero – The most important first thing to do is make sure you have an emergency fund.” – Amanda Kinderman
- “We’re not taught in school about credit, about retirement, about savings or any of that.” – Amanda Kinderman
- “I wish I would’ve known how important it was, as early as possible, to start investing in a retirement of some sort.” – Amanda Kinderman
- “A lot of people think that financial planning is not available to them. They think you have to have a minimum amount of money to invest. They think you have to have a certain net worth. They think it’s going to cost so much to meet with an advisor and thankfully advising is becoming more and more accessible to everyone.” – Amanda Kinderman