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Ep 97. How to make better financial decisions

On this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate Campbell and Owen Raszkiewicz chat about the importance of making good financial decisions and some actionable ways to improve your decision making process.

Ep 95. Inside the ACDC ETF: A deep dive with Kanish Chugh

What’s up with the ACDC ETF? In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Owen talks to Kanish Chugh from ETF Securities about their battery technologies ETF, aptly named ACDC. ETF Securities is the sponsor of this podcast series.

Ep 92. Morgan Housel interview: The Psychology of Money

About this episode: Morgan Housel gets interviewed by Kate & Owen for The Australian Finance Podcast about his brilliant book, The Psychology of Money. DOWNLOAD KATE’S FREE EPISODE WORKBOOK “Money has many ironies. Here’s an important one: Wealth is what you don’t see.” Morgan Housel, The Psychology of Money That’s

Ep 84. A basic income for everyone in Australia: is it possible? Ft. Steve Killelea

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, we bring you a truly fascinating and thought-provoking conversation with Australian entrepreneur and philanthropist Steve Killelea. We chat with Steve about the concept of Universal Basic Income (UBI), how it works, and where it’s being tried and tested globally.

Ep 75. Health Insurance 101

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate & Owen dive into the fine-print ridden world of health insurance. From ambulance, hospital and extras cover to the medicare levy surcharge, we provide you with the tools and resources for you to decide if health insurance is

Ep. 74. Owen’s First Home Buying Journey

On recent episodes of The Australian Finance Podcast, you may recall that Owen dropped a few hints about his plans to buy his first property.
Well, the papers are signed and keys are in hand, so Kate’s turning the tables on Owen this week and finding out just how this share lover ended up buying a house (during COVID-19 no less). From initial research to finally ripping up the carpet, tune in for a deep dive into Owen’s first home buying journey.

Ep. 73. The Role of a Financial Counsellor

Owen Raszkiewicz and Kate Campbell interview Financial Counsellor Nick Georgiou about everything Australian Financial Counsellors can do to help you, your friends or family.

Ep 71. Top Personal Finance Apps For 2020

About this episode: Description: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate and Owen share their top personal finance apps for 2020. We often throw out the name of a personal finance app that we’ve found helpful here and there, but in this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast,

Ep. 70 Is FI/RE right for you? Special guest Lacey Filipich

About this episode:  In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate talks with expert guest Lacey Filipich, Founder and Author of Money School. Ultimately, the FIRE movement is all about taking back control over your time, and Lacey is a wonderful example of an Aussie doing just that. Kate chats to Lacey

Ep. 69. Money Catch-up, Recap & Questions

Kate and Owen from The Australian Finance Podcast are certainly due for a money catch up to discuss current financial events, recap on our favourite episodes and respond to common listener questions.

Ep 68. Mental Health & Wellbeing During Uncertain Times with Anna Glynn

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate and Owen talk with Anna Glynn, a positive psychology teacher and expert on wellbeing. Before starting her own practice, Anna worked in financial services for a decade. Anna talks us through essential tips for combating the tricks our

Ep 67. Budgets Don’t Work with Melissa Browne

About this episode: How does thinking and talking about money make you feel? Is it something you avoid, run screaming from or happily chat about? Mel Browne helps people unlearn and relearn, to swap behaviour, to be aware of their money triggers and their money identity and discover how to

Ep. 66. Property Investing 101, with Amy Lunardi

Amy Lunardi is back on The Australian Finance Podcast to talk about property investing 101, including how to do it right, wrong and everything in between. Amy covers what you must know about property investing, including buying your first home and getting a plan in place.

Ep 65. How to diversify more than just your portfolio

In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast we’re not just talking about diversifying your investments, we’re going to cover the importance of applying the principles of diversification to all areas of your financial life.

Ep. 62. How to Make Financial Plans During COVID-19

In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Owen and Kate have a chat about the potential long-term effects that COVID-19 might have on our finances and whether it’s still worth making plans. TLDR, yes, you should still make financial plans!

Ep. 58. Interesting Business Pivots & Side Hustles During COVID-19

Despite this tough and unpredicted situation, some businesses have forged ahead and emerged victorious through clever and relevant business pivots. In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Owen and Kate dive into the interesting business pivots and side hustles that have emerged from COVID-19.

Ep. 57. I’ve Just Lost My Job – Now What?

n this episode of the podcast, Owen and Kate dive into some of the key actions to take if you’ve lost your job recently and ways to set yourself up for success when hunting for your next job.

Ep 56. Property prices to fall 30%? Maybe… but maybe not

Your friend: “OMG, did you hear that “they” said Australian property prices are going to fall by 30%?”You: “Who’s ‘they’ and what data did they use?”Your friend: “No idea. But seriously how bad’s that!”With bold predictions about the direction of Australian house prices getting tossed around left right and centre,

Ep. 53. Financial News During COVID-19

COVID-19 has shown us just how easily misinformation can travel across the globe and the damage listening to incorrect information can cause to our society.

Ep. 52. Coronavirus Checklist: 5 Money Moves to Make in April 2020

April has been a funny month and it certainly feels like we’re all just treading water. Something that has helped us feel slightly more in control at the moment, is making small changes in our lives that will be beneficial to us down the track. In this episode, Kate and

Ep. 51. Where We’d Invest $10,000

Over the last few weeks you might have started to consider investing for the first time given the state of the market and are currently working out where to start.

Ep. 43. 5 Things About Money I Have Learnt Since High School

What are the 5 things you wish you were taught about money at High School (or younger)? In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast Kate shares her story, including the 5 most important money lessons she learned after leaving school. These include understanding that no-one knows everything about finance and investing, so the onus is on us to navigate our own path to financial independence.

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Ep. 42. 6 Things You Must Do With Your Finances in 2020

iTunes | Spotify | Castbox | YouTube  Episode 43: With almost 50 episodes under their belt, Kate and Owen from The Australian Finance Podcast break it down to the 6 most important actions to take in 2020. These 6 steps, covering budgeting to Super and investing, will help you make 2020 your financial year yet. Don’t

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Ep. 37. Ethical Investing

Owen and Kate discuss ethical investing, sustainable investing and impact investing on the Australian Finance Podcast.

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Ep. 5. Investing 101

Owen and Kate discuss investing in Australia on the Australian Finance Podcast.

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Ep. 3. Emergency! (insurance)

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  About this episode: Stuff happens in life that you don’t expect – we both know that, but despite that knowledge, we often don’t prepare financially for when (excuse my French), shit hits the fan. In this episode, we chat about the importance of having an emergency fund and why

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Ep. 1. Banking, Budgeting and Emergency Funds

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  About this episode: Banking, Budgets and Emergency Funds! We know they’re probably some of your least favourite words but when it comes to your finances, they’re probably some of the most important.  Without understanding the products that you’re using, your money in/money out picture and having an emergency fund

 

 

The Australian Finance Podcast is your crash course guide to sorting out your finances, one episode at a time. Owen & Kate bring you actionable information that you can put into practice today, so you can smash those money goals and set yourself up for success. Catch Owen @RaskAustralia or @owenrask on Twitter, and Kate @HowToMoneyAUS or on the How To Money Australia website!

  • New listener? We recommend starting with the first 10 episodes.
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For Owen’s Share and ETF ideas – check out our paid investment research service Rask Invest here.

Download our free workbooks from your Rask account.

Fill in the form below or email us at [email protected] to ask us a finance or investing question (or to say hello!) and we will try to answer it in our next monthly Q&A episode.

Type Q&A in the search bar below to search previous episodes and browse our Money Q&A Library on Rask Education to see if your question has already been answered. 

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Are you serious about financial independence?
Try one of our free online finance & investing courses now!
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our topics include FIRE, Shares, ETFs, Superannuation, Valuation and more!

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Ep 92. Morgan Housel interview: The Psychology of Money

About this episode: Morgan Housel gets interviewed by Kate & Owen for The Australian Finance Podcast about his brilliant book, The Psychology of Money. DOWNLOAD KATE’S FREE EPISODE WORKBOOK “Money has many ironies. Here’s an important one: Wealth is what you don’t see.” Morgan Housel, The Psychology of Money That’s

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Ep 75. Health Insurance 101

About this episode: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate & Owen dive into the fine-print ridden world of health insurance. From ambulance, hospital and extras cover to the medicare levy surcharge, we provide you with the tools and resources for you to decide if health insurance is

Read More »

Ep. 74. Owen’s First Home Buying Journey

On recent episodes of The Australian Finance Podcast, you may recall that Owen dropped a few hints about his plans to buy his first property.
Well, the papers are signed and keys are in hand, so Kate’s turning the tables on Owen this week and finding out just how this share lover ended up buying a house (during COVID-19 no less). From initial research to finally ripping up the carpet, tune in for a deep dive into Owen’s first home buying journey.

Read More »

Ep 71. Top Personal Finance Apps For 2020

About this episode: Description: In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate and Owen share their top personal finance apps for 2020. We often throw out the name of a personal finance app that we’ve found helpful here and there, but in this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast,

Read More »

Ep. 70 Is FI/RE right for you? Special guest Lacey Filipich

About this episode:  In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate talks with expert guest Lacey Filipich, Founder and Author of Money School. Ultimately, the FIRE movement is all about taking back control over your time, and Lacey is a wonderful example of an Aussie doing just that. Kate chats to Lacey

Read More »

Ep 67. Budgets Don’t Work with Melissa Browne

About this episode: How does thinking and talking about money make you feel? Is it something you avoid, run screaming from or happily chat about? Mel Browne helps people unlearn and relearn, to swap behaviour, to be aware of their money triggers and their money identity and discover how to

Read More »

Ep. 66. Property Investing 101, with Amy Lunardi

Amy Lunardi is back on The Australian Finance Podcast to talk about property investing 101, including how to do it right, wrong and everything in between. Amy covers what you must know about property investing, including buying your first home and getting a plan in place.

Read More »

Ep 56. Property prices to fall 30%? Maybe… but maybe not

Your friend: “OMG, did you hear that “they” said Australian property prices are going to fall by 30%?”You: “Who’s ‘they’ and what data did they use?”Your friend: “No idea. But seriously how bad’s that!”With bold predictions about the direction of Australian house prices getting tossed around left right and centre,

Read More »

Ep. 43. 5 Things About Money I Have Learnt Since High School

What are the 5 things you wish you were taught about money at High School (or younger)? In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast Kate shares her story, including the 5 most important money lessons she learned after leaving school. These include understanding that no-one knows everything about finance and investing, so the onus is on us to navigate our own path to financial independence.

Read More »
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Ep. 42. 6 Things You Must Do With Your Finances in 2020

iTunes | Spotify | Castbox | YouTube  Episode 43: With almost 50 episodes under their belt, Kate and Owen from The Australian Finance Podcast break it down to the 6 most important actions to take in 2020. These 6 steps, covering budgeting to Super and investing, will help you make 2020 your financial year yet. Don’t

Read More »
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Ep. 3. Emergency! (insurance)

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  About this episode: Stuff happens in life that you don’t expect – we both know that, but despite that knowledge, we often don’t prepare financially for when (excuse my French), shit hits the fan. In this episode, we chat about the importance of having an emergency fund and why

Read More »
australian finance podcast logo image

Ep. 1. Banking, Budgeting and Emergency Funds

iTunes – Spotify – Castbox – YouTube  About this episode: Banking, Budgets and Emergency Funds! We know they’re probably some of your least favourite words but when it comes to your finances, they’re probably some of the most important.  Without understanding the products that you’re using, your money in/money out picture and having an emergency fund

Read More »

The Australian Finance Podcast is your crash course guide to sorting out your finances, one episode at a time. Owen & Kate bring you actionable information that you can put into practice today, so you can smash those money goals and set yourself up for success. Catch Owen @RaskAustralia or @owenrask on Twitter, and Kate @HowToMoneyAUS or on the How To Money Australia website!

New listener? We recommend starting with the first 10 episodes.

Join our mailing list and get the latest updates on new episodes, free courses, investing reports and events here.

Join our community on Facebook!

Like our podcast? Join our newsletter!

Our free newsletter makes managing your money or investing for the first time (or the last time) easy as 1-2-3. Join today and we’ll send you our favourite podcasts, online courses, resources, articles and updates this week, plus a weekly update every Sunday morning. Unsubscribe anytime.

For Owen’s Share and ETF ideas – check out our paid investment research service Rask Invest here.

Download our free workbooks from your Rask account.

Fill in the form below or email us at [email protected] to ask us a finance or investing question (or to say hello!) and we will try to answer it in our next monthly Q&A episode.

Type Q&A in the search bar below to search previous episodes and browse our Money Q&A Library on Rask Education to see if your question has already been answered. 

Search finance answers:
Generic filters

Leave us a review and help us offer more free content and attract great guests!

Review us on Google.

Review us on Apple Podcasts.

Join our community on Facebook!

Are you serious about financial independence?
Try one of our free online finance & investing courses now!
Click the button below to browse our course catalogue –
our topics include FIRE, Shares, ETFs, Superannuation, Valuation and more!

ETF Securities – The Official Australian Finance Podcast sponsor

Like our podcast?
Join our newsletter!

Our free newsletter makes managing your money or investing for the first time (or the last time) easy as 1-2-3. Join today and we’ll send you our favourite podcasts, online courses, resources, articles and updates this week, plus a weekly update every Sunday morning. Unsubscribe anytime.

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