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Episode 30: Breaking Money Silence - with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury

The MoneyZen Podcast, 10/5/2017

“Money is the oil that greases the wheels of society, but oil is filthy sticky stuff and we should clean our hands of it before coming out in polite society.” And so starts Kathleen Burns Kingsbury’s delightful new book, Breaking Money Silence. In this podcast we discuss why the money talk is so taboo, the cost of staying silent about money, and common myths about both women and men when it comes to their relationships with money..
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3 Tips For Raising Financially Fit Parents

Forbes, 10/03/2017

Given the increase in longevity due to medical advances, caring for an aging parent is likely to be in your clients’ futures (if not your own). Here are three tips to proactively discussing financial matters with an aging parent that you can share with your clients.
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17 Essential Money Tips for Married Couples

Time.com, 5/15/2017

Your upbringing colors how you handle and view money. If you often squabble about finances, try to figure out why your partner saves and spends the way he or she does, says Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, author of How to Give Financial Advice to Couples.
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Here’s How Talking About Money Can Improve Your Bottom Line

Forbes, 2/13/2017

There’s one powerful technique for improving your finances that many people still haven’t tried—and that’s talking about money. Whether it’s scheduling a discussion with your boss to jump start a salary boost or having a candid money conversation with your friends, opening your mouth can have a strong impact—if you do it right.
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How to Unapollegetically Negotiate Your Worth in the Workplace

Madame Noire, 5/10/2016

Nicki Minaj recently declared in an interview with Time that women should be “unapologetic” about asking for more money in their professions. “One thing I learned along the way in business is the necessity for you to be unapologetic about asking for how much money you deserve,” she told the magazine. “At a very early stage in my rap career, I was making six figures for shows…If I heard there was another rapper making that, I thought, ‘you know what? I get out there and demand or command a crowd. I get out there and make my fans happy. I get out there and give a real show. I want that, too.’ And I pushed myself to be better with my showmanship, but I also decided, you know what? I want to be compensated well.”
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