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Become a Financial Ally: Launch Personal Finance - Issue #26


Launch Personal Finance

June 9 · Issue #26 · View online

Personal Finance & Financial Independence
3(ish) Articles, Curated Daily

The protests that started with the murder of George Floyd continue to take place across the county. These protests have also started many conversations in the Personal Finance community around the intersection of money, racism, and equality. While the huge outpouring of support for the protests has been encouraging, continued action is necessary to affect real change.
Today we lead off with a video from Michelle at Michelle is Money Hungry introduces the concept of a Financial Ally as a way to help support continued change. She defines a Financial Ally as:
“A person who has access and resources to connect another person or group to financial tools and opportunities that the other individual might not be aware of or have easy access to. Also, financial allies will stand up, speak out, and support another individual or group becoming financially empowered without being afraid of their actions impacting them financially.”

How to Become a Financial Ally and Why It's So Important - #moneyhungry
Would you move to a foreign country without a job and only a few months worth of expenses saved up? Have you dreamed of moving abroad, but are worried about making the jump? Here’s an interview with a pilates instructor who moved to London with just a few job leads and managed to build a strong financial base before her savings ran out:
0 to Full-Time Income with Kathrin — Cash for Kat | Guest Post
Even if you’re not fully financially independent, having significant savings and investments still allows you a greater amount of freedom than the usual 9-5'er. Mel from Broke Girl Rich explains how working towards independence has provided career benefits to her, even though her journey isn’t done yet:
How to Be Choosy About What You’re Willing to Do For Money - brokeGIRLrich
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