Marshmallows and Money Podcast

Episode 13: 10 Money Myths that Hurt Your Financial Progress

April 08, 2021 Gina Zakaria Season 1 Episode 13
Marshmallows and Money Podcast
Episode 13: 10 Money Myths that Hurt Your Financial Progress
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Marshmallows and Money Podcast
Episode 13: 10 Money Myths that Hurt Your Financial Progress
Apr 08, 2021 Season 1 Episode 13
Gina Zakaria

Money is a universal tool, but it's our beliefs and mindset that can hinder our financial progress. 

Today, we're diving deep into 10 common money myths that stop us in our tracks in an effort to dispel their power and overcome the mindset hurdles that make it hard to succeed financially. 

  1. Credit debt is normal
  2. There’s no point in paying off student loans, they’re part of life
  3. Getting a tax refund is a good thing
  4. Investing in the stock market is just gambling
  5. Investing is just for the rich
  6. I don’t make enough to save money
  7. I don’t make enough to invest
  8. Living below your means is for the poor
  9. Rich people drive fancy, live fancy, spend fancy
  10. I don’t need to save for retirement, I’ll just get on social security like my parents (the idea that someone will save you at the end of the day)

My mission is to support your financial journey by providing clarity around money topics. In addition to the clarity and knowledge you get from this episode, these Money Resources give you the tools that help you make real progress with your finances. 

And our popular Printable Budget Binder has helped hundreds organize their finances and start saving money. 

Show Notes

Money is a universal tool, but it's our beliefs and mindset that can hinder our financial progress. 

Today, we're diving deep into 10 common money myths that stop us in our tracks in an effort to dispel their power and overcome the mindset hurdles that make it hard to succeed financially. 

  1. Credit debt is normal
  2. There’s no point in paying off student loans, they’re part of life
  3. Getting a tax refund is a good thing
  4. Investing in the stock market is just gambling
  5. Investing is just for the rich
  6. I don’t make enough to save money
  7. I don’t make enough to invest
  8. Living below your means is for the poor
  9. Rich people drive fancy, live fancy, spend fancy
  10. I don’t need to save for retirement, I’ll just get on social security like my parents (the idea that someone will save you at the end of the day)

My mission is to support your financial journey by providing clarity around money topics. In addition to the clarity and knowledge you get from this episode, these Money Resources give you the tools that help you make real progress with your finances. 

And our popular Printable Budget Binder has helped hundreds organize their finances and start saving money.