Financial Freedom Podcast
On a daily basis we make decisions on how we earn, spend, save, invest and give away our money as well as how willing we are to get into debt.
Welcome to Looking Under the Hood – a podcast all about helping you to Unpacking Money so you can move towards financial freedom.
I’m Scott Malcolm, I’ve always been curious to understand how things work. When I was a kid there was that one time, I pulled apart our family toaster to see how it worked – sorry again Mum and Dad!
My aim of this podcast is to give you money insights as we ‘look under the hood’ and unpack how the financial system works, and provide some stories around clients situations I have worked with over the last few decades to give you greater understanding of you and the money in your life.
We will kick of our first series to look under the hood and unpack money in the context of the Australian financial system. While tax and retirement systems change between countries the fundamentals and foundations of money are a shared human experience. Financial planning weather you are doing it yourself or paying for professional advice, is all about having a decision making framework in place to navigate your life transitions as you move through startup phase, accumulation phase and then into retirement or financial freedom phase. I look forward to taking on you a journey to unpack your money stuff and get the foundations in place to be living your ideal life.
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Information in this podcast has been prepared for general information purposes only and not as specific advice to any particular person. Any advice contained is General Advice and does not take into account any person’s particular investment objectives, financial situation and particular needs. Before making an investment decision based on this advice you should consider, with or without the assistance of a qualified adviser, whether it is appropriate to your particular investment needs, objectives and financial circumstances. Past performance of financial products is no assurance of future performance. Product Disclosure Statements contain information necessary for you to make a decision whether or not to invest in financial products which may be mentioned in this podcast.
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