Pocket Money podcast: ‘A Real Girl’s Guide to Money’ with Effie Zahos
Girls just want to have funds.
When it comes to money, women face a unique set of challenges that often leave them shortchanged. From the gender pay gap, career breaks if they decide to start a family or care for other family members, diminished super, or just not having the time to focus, women can find themselves left behind when it comes to taking care of their cash.
Whether you're kickstarting your career or planning your retirement, getting married or breaking up, today we'll be tackling the unique decisions that women need to make when handling their finances.
On this episode of Pocket Money, we speak with Bauer Media's finance editor, commentator and financial literacy campaigner, and the author of the all-new book A Real Girl's Guide to Money, Effie Zahos.
Mentioned in this episode
- Follow Effie on Instagram and Twitter
- Effie's Book: A Real Girl's Guide to Money: From Converse to Louboutins
- The 2018 HILDA Survey
- Australia's Gender Pay Gap Statistics
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Pocket Money is hosted by Sally McMullen and Marc Terrano. The show is produced by Franko Ali. Editing and theme music from Brianna Ansaldo of Bamby Media.
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