S9E3: How can I get advice if I’m not rich?
This week we continue our series answering your burning questions, as submitted by you in my 2017 listener survey. I had 250 responses, and you asked some great questions, including one about the point where it makes sense to seek advice rather than DIY, and how to get that advice without it costing a fortune. Fortunately, I know a woman who can help!
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How do I get advice if I'm not rich?
Before I go any further, I told you last week I was going to talk about balance, and I will address that topic very shortly and definitely in this season. I’m still trying to finish the book so am devoting all my writing time to that.
But today I talk to Lesley James, founder of Simplified Money, who is on a mission, as you’ll find out. Stay tuned until the end of the conversation as I have some other things you might want to look at as you embark on your own financial planning journey.
Resources mentioned in this episode
Service: Simplified Money
Facebook: Simplified Money
LinkedIn: Simplified Money
App: Envision Your Money
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