How to save money 20s ft. The Broke Generation

Posted: 12 April 2022 12:01 am
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And no, we're not going to tell you stop buying iced lattes.

Do you always find yourself dipping into your savings account? Or maybe you rely on your weekly online shopping deliveries for that hit of serotonin? Same, chick. This week Sal & Al chat with the legend behind The Broke Generation Emma Edwards about setting up a budget that'll stick, emotional triggers that lead to impulse spending and how to actually save money in your 20s.

PSA: This episode isn't financial advice. Please seek the help of a professional financial advisor regarding your specific financial situation.

LISTEN TO EP #210 OF TWO BROKE CHICKS

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CREDITS

Hosts: Sally McMullen and Alex Hourigan

Executive Producer: Pariya Taherzadeh

Editor: Bamby Media

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