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Betsy Westcott - Make Money, Keep Money, Multiply Money

Season 1, Ep. 134

We need a holiday. We’ll be back soon with new episodes but in the meantime, here is one of my favourite episodes of the podcast. 

A pleasant chat with Betsy Westcott. She's a financial wellness coach who is passionate about helping people to learn about finance and investing so they can secure their financial futures. We spoke about:

  • Navigating your financial ship through the dangerous shoals of relationships and love
  • Discussing money with your partner
  • Aligning your investing with your goals
  • How to assess a financial planner

The growing wealth of women 

Here’s the link to the original blog post: https://www.sharesforbeginners.com/blog/betsy

Here’s a link to find out more: www.betsywestcott.com


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