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The Get Rich Slow Club podcast will empower you to go from beginner to confident investor. Follow along with Tash Etschmann from @TashInvests and Ana Kresina from Pearler as they take you step by step to build your wealth. This isn't a get rich quick scheme, instead it's all about being consistent, and focusing on long-term growth. So let's all Get Rich Slow together. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Recently, a Get Rich Slow Club listener asked Tash and Ana an interesting question (which we’ve paraphrased below): “I invest in two ETFs which track the S&P 500 and the ASX 200. Should I be diversifying even more, or should I stick to what feels good (and easy), which is automatically investing in the ETFs I currently have?” Tash and Ana love ques…
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On the journey to getting rich slow, frugality can often seem like a less flamboyant travel companion. However, when deployed wisely, frugality can be a game-changer in any long-term wealth-building quest. That’s why Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) have devoted this episode to their top frug…
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Share registries are like franking credits or family trusts: most people don’t think about them until they become investors. In fact, if you’ve never (or rarely) invested before, your eyes might have understandably glazed over at “share registries”. However, whether you’re a would-be, novice, or seasoned investor, it pays to learn more about share …
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Have you ever wondered how the Get Rich Slow Club became the Get Rich Slow Club? In this episode, you can learn all about one half of the duo. Join Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) as they explore Ana’s career and wealth journey. They also share their tips for upskilling, pivoting professions…
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“Financial Independence Retire Early – or FIRE”. The name is so epic that the concept practically sells itself. However, there’s nothing clickbaity about the road to FIRE. Like many topics we cover on this podcast, FIRE requires structure, consistency, and a long-term plan. The good news? With enough of those three qualities, FIRE can be attained b…
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Many investors are perfectly happy to invest in just one ETF (or none, for that matter). However, some of our listeners prefer to invest in a diverse portfolio of Exchange-Traded Funds. For these investors, choosing the right ETF pairing can make a big difference. After all, some ETFs overlap in their assets, while others are diametrically opposed …
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In the investing space, there are two concepts which have gained a lot of traction lately. One is “venture capital” – or, to put it oversimply, investment in startups. The other is “impact investing” or “sustainable investing”, which we’ve touched on in a previous episode. That’s why the Get Rich Slow Club is thrilled, then, to host a guest who com…
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Guess what? The Get Rich Slow Club has written a book! "How to Not Work Forever" will be hitting online bookstores soon, so in this bonus episode, Tash and Ana give you a run-through of what you can expect from it, and how it will help your Get Rich Slow journey. Listen to the full episode, or preorder your copy today! @tashinvests @anakresina @get…
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Are you an Australian citizen who has started a local uni degree in the last 35 years? If so, you’ll know about HECS-HELP debt. In the early stages of your career, HECS-HELP debt can be pretty easy to forget about. For starters, you don’t need to start making payments until your income reaches a certain threshold. And even then, it’s deducted from …
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At the Get Rich Slow Club, there are (among other things) two topics we love discussing. One of them is wage transparency, financial literacy, and closing the gender pay gap. The other relates to side hustles, entrepreneurialism, and people who successfully monetise their passion. That’s why we’re thrilled to host two guests who combine both topics…
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Recently, the Get Rich Slow Club received an interesting question from a listener: Is it better for a person in their late 20s to funnel their savings and earnings into ETFs, or to work towards a home deposit via a high-interest savings account? While there’s no universally “correct” answer, there are a range of factors that can influence the decis…
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The more we learn about money, the more we realise that self-care, financial wellness, and financial literacy are entwined. When you neglect one, the other two inevitably follow. On the upside, by paying attention to your financial wellness, you can see a marked improvement in your daily life. To assist you in mastering your financial wellness, Nat…
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Let’s be honest: the world of investing can sometimes feel a bit…gatekeep-y. And while there can be many reasons for this, much of it stems from the language the industry requires. Whether you’re reading an ETF’s fact sheet or browsing a Bloomberg article, it’s common to find some terms you’ve never heard before. The good news is: once you’ve learn…
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The Get Rich Slow Club has explored the topic of financial wellness on more than one occasion. In this episode, we take it a step further and detail the relationship between debt and mental health. When debt is allowed to spiral, its effect on our mental health can be as dire as its impact on our finances. But by understanding the correlation betwe…
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While this podcast often focuses on investing tools, savings accounts form an essential part of any Get Rich Slow strategy. Beyond accommodating money for short-term goals, a good savings account can also nurture your emergency fund. In other words, it pays to put some thought into where you keep your cash. That’s what Natasha Etschmann (Tash Inves…
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Celebrating your romance, your friendship, or yourself can be a real joy. It can also be expensive. Restaurants are more pricey than ever, live events have been struck by inflation, and don’t get us started on the cost of flowers. Of course, none of this is to say that you shouldn’t spend on dates if you want to. But if you’re looking for some budg…
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To date, a key aspect of our Get Rich Slow Club journey has focused on shares investing. And a crucial part of shares investing involves choosing the right online broker for your goals. Each broker offers different features, fees, and philosophies, meaning the “right” broker can differ between investors. To help you choose for yourself, Natasha Ets…
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Ethical investing, or ESG investing (Environmental, Social, and Governance) has attracted a lot of attention over the past decade. However, not everyone agrees on whether it’s a worthwhile investing channel. Some investors argue it provides a much-needed chance to do some good whilst potentially earning a return. Others claim it’s a milquetoast ass…
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One of the most common questions we receive at the Get Rich Slow Club is: “What should I invest in?”. Since everyone’s goals are different, and since we don’t have a crystal ball, we can’t definitively answer that question. However, for anyone looking for a starting point, there is a resource we love to refer to: community data. By looking at what …
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Whether or not you have a Ninjio subscription, you’ve probably noticed an increase in financial crime and fraud. With their phishing and their tracking and their vishing and their hacking, it can feel like crooks are lurking behind every call and text. And nothing raids on a Get Rich Slow parade quite sophisticated financial theft. Fortunately, the…
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Folks, this here’s a special one. Recently, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) took the Get Rich Slow Club on the road. They met up with a few of their favourite content creators, invited friends from the community to join them, and talked about money. What you’re about to listen to are the res…
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For long-time listeners, we’ve aimed to make one thing clear: long-term investing doesn’t need to be complicated. It isn’t something that requires countless hours, and it shouldn’t be something that demands regular attention. If you understand the basic principles, and your own risk profile, we believe you have what you need to begin. That doesn’t …
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January is a time for new gym memberships, new learning app subscriptions, and new habits. However, many of us have trouble keeping all three by March. And while we can’t help with the first two items, we might be able to give you a nudge with the third. In this session, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community …
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Welcome to 2024! The New Year is upon us, and if you’re anything like us, your Resolution featured something about an updated budget. Worry not – for that’s what this Get Rich Slow Club episode is all about. In the first session of 2024, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) chat with Jessica Irvi…
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Late December is a prime period for afternoon naps and food comas. It’s also a time in which we can reflect on the wins, losses, and lessons of the last 12 months. That way, we can begin the New Year with a clear idea of what we want to achieve, and how we can get there. In this episode, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Pro…
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Have you ever heard someone declare that they’re “bad with money”? Maybe you’ve said it about yourself. It’s an idea that many of us perpetuate about ourselves, alongside other myths like “I’m bad at maths”. But despite its prevalence, it’s a stigma that we can all challenge – and break. To tackle this topic, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and An…
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If you’re in a relationship, it’s one of the most important decisions you can make. However, until recently, it’s rarely been discussed in mainstream money media. On one hand, it can be an effective way to build transparency, unity, and philosophical alignment in a relationship. On the downside, in toxic relationships, it can lay the groundwork for…
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Money management can be a paradox. On one hand, it’s the definition of cold, logical thinking – additions and subtractions and fractions and percentages. On the flipside, money relates to our hopes and dreams and fears – subjects which couldn’t be more emotional. How, then, are we to balance emotion with logic when managing our investments? As you …
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The Get Rich Slow Club is back with another investing Q&A! Once again, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) respond to some of the community’s thorniest queries. These run the gamut of investing concepts, including: “What are the biggest mistakes to avoid when investing?” “How can I get my partne…
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A key part of getting rich slow is changing the way we view supposedly “boring” topics. From budgeting to superannuation, this podcast has set out to prove that “boring” subject matters can be wealth-building game changers. In this episode, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) continue this trend…
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When we’re working towards getting rich slow, it can be easy to focus on the granular details. Research into things like ETF management fees and differences in online brokers can occupy much of your time. And while these details are important, there’s an oft-overlooked factor which arguably matters even more: money psychology. After all, the way we…
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Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Diwali, or just Silly Season, there’s a universal truth we all face: November-to-January costs. A. LOT. Between gifts, banquets, end-of-year parties, and family trips, it’s easy for even the most airtight budget to come undone. Get Rich Slow Club hosts Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kres…
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Over the last few years, the Aussie super industry has seen a bit of a revamp. An increase in comparison tools, calls for greater fund transparency, and initiatives like the first home super saver scheme have all been to the benefit of the public. Even so, there’s still a lot that many people don’t know about their super. To pull back the curtain, …
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You don’t need this podcast to tell you that property is a fraught topic in Australia. Between clickbaity news headlines, nail-biting RBA announcements, and bank-busting Domain listings, it can sometimes feel like the game is rigged. That’s why, in this session, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearle…
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A question Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) receives all the time is: “How did you get licensed to give general financial advice?” To answer this query for one and all, Tash and her co-host Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) have dedicated a bonus episode to it! Join Tash and Ana as they discuss how (and why) Tash got licensed. Th…
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If you’ve seen, heard, or read any financial content, you’ve probably stumbled across this phrase: “speak to a financial adviser.” Usually, it comes from content creators who don’t want to mislead their audience, or appear to provide recommendations. While one of our co-hosts is licensed to give financial advice, you’ll hear it plenty on this show …
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First and foremost: we recognise that the topic of children isn’t easy for everyone. Families take different shapes and sizes, and some people don’t want or aren’t able to have kids. If parenthood is a subject you’d rather avoid, please feel free to give this episode a miss. However, if you have (or plan to have) kids, you may have considered inves…
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Whether you have kids, would like to start a family, or have no plans for parenthood, one thing is clear: children in this country are expensive. Get Rich Slow Club co-host Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) has experienced this reality first-hand. However, unlike many other aspects of personal finance, Ana found there were few re…
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“Money can’t buy you happiness.” It’s an expression most of us have heard for most of our lives. Of course, anyone who’s ever struggled to pay their rent, bills, or mortgage may beg to differ. True, money can’t buy genuine relationships, meaningful memories, or purpose in life. Even so, it can remove many of the stresses that often erode our source…
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So far, the Get Rich Slow Club has explored a range of methods to increase your net wealth. From investing in ETFs to budgeting and saving, there are a slew of strategies available to you. However, there’s one tactic which arguably delivers more satisfaction than the rest combined: earning more. In this episode, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and…
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There are few people in the Aussie personal finance scene who run the game as well as Emma from The Broke Generation. As a Certified Financial Behaviour Specialist, podcast host, and financial educator, The Broke Generation has become synonymous with “millennial finances”. She also happens to be a good friend of the Get Rich Slow Club’s co-hosts. I…
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Let’s be honest: budgeting doesn’t *feel* like a fun topic, does it? In fact, a lot of people swipe left on the entire issue. When they hear “budgeting”, they think of home brand beans and discount coupons and a general state of misery. However, it doesn’t need to be boring or asphyxiating. In fact, if you can master it, budgeting can become a supe…
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Within the Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE) community, Aussie Firebug is something of a rockstar. Having documented his experiences with FIRE since 2015, Aussie Firebug has inspired countless people on their own Financial Independence journeys. In other words, he’s a pitch perfect guest for the Get Rich Slow Club. In this session of the G…
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“Financial Independence, Retire Early”. It’s one of those terms that sounds too good to be true, like “guaranteed return on investment” or “zero calorie donuts”. Add the fact that it forms a soundbite-worthy acronym – “FIRE” – and you’d be forgiven for smelling a Ponzi scheme. Give it a closer look, though, and you’ll find a money mindset that embo…
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At the Get Rich Slow Club, we relish the chance to speak with some of the brightest money minds around. This week’s special guest – Hannah Richards – is no exception. Under her moniker The Wealthy Empath, Hannah runs a business that helps Millennial women to negotiate salaries, change their attitudes towards money, and be their best selves. In this…
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“I want to invest in the stock market, but I’m still paying off my mortgage. Should I pay it off in full before I begin, or should I get started investing as soon as possible?” Sound familiar? If it does, you’re not alone. It’s a common (and perfectly understandable) question for first-time shares investors. And as you may have already guessed, the…
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In last week’s episode, the Get Rich Slow Club dived into the awesome power of superannuation. This time around, they’re diving even deeper – by bringing in the experts. For this unmissable episode, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) are joined by Trenna Probert, the CEO of Super Fierce. As a v…
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In the world of long-term investing, Financial Independence advocates often focus on shares and ETFs. In contrast, superannuation frequently gets overlooked as an investment tool. But while some see it as ETFs’ more boring cousin, super can play a key role in getting rich slow. In this Get Rich Slow Club episode, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) an…
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Since launching the Get Rich Slow Club, Tash and Ana have received an array of thought-provoking investing questions from listeners. That’s why they’ve introduced their investing Q&A as a regular fixture on the podcast. In this session, Natasha Etschmann (Tash Invests) and Ana Kresina (Head of Product & Community at Pearler) answer some of the comm…
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From the first episode, the Get Rich Slow Club has sought to champion one key concept: investing isn’t only for rich white guys in expensive suits. While it’s crucial to acknowledge the role privilege plays in wealth creation, anyone can benefit from investing. A shining example of this fact is Raul Engel, an expat Brazilian tradie who teaches immi…
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