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“How to teach your kids about money” a Twinterview with Susan HayesCulleton

“How to teach your kids about money” a Twinterview with Susan HayesCulleton

🕔14:49, 1.Sep 2020

  We are so excited to have the opportunity to interview @SusanHayes_ about her insights and advice for #SavvyWomenInvestors. First we have to ask, how is your new series going Susan? We’re hearing lots of great things! — VectorVest (@VectorVest)

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VectorVest Effective Financial Goals with Susan HayesCulleton

VectorVest Effective Financial Goals with Susan HayesCulleton

🕔20:19, 20.Jul 2020

    We are excited to have the opportunity to interview @SusanHayes_ about her insights and advice for #SavvyWomenInvestors and the female #CEOs of household and business on setting and achieving #financialgoals. Susan, we can’t get enough of #fantasticfemalefridays. How

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3 Beliefs Holding You Back From Financial Freedom – Twinterview with VectorVest

3 Beliefs Holding You Back From Financial Freedom – Twinterview with VectorVest

🕔20:02, 6.Jul 2020

    We had such a nice response regarding our last interview with @SusanHayes_ We are excited to connect with #savvywomeninvestors and continue the conversation about #women #money. Susan, are you ready to chat about What’s Holding Women Back From

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Twinterview with VectorVest “Women and Money”

Twinterview with VectorVest “Women and Money”

🕔21:39, 12.Jun 2020

On Friday 12th June, I participated in a #Twinterview regarding “Women and Money”. It’s a topic that I’ve been researching for many years now that started when I wrote my first book. There are a wide range of ways that

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Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

Five things you can do for your business in these strange times

🕔13:54, 19.Mar 2020

As we try to make sense of this new world that we’ve all been jolted into, people are struggling in this health, economic and social crisis – I couldn’t speak to you all but I wanted to share five things

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Positive Economist FaceBook Live –  A Spotlight on Housing

Positive Economist FaceBook Live – A Spotlight on Housing

🕔23:32, 21.Jan 2020

During our Facebook Live video today, I took our viewers on a whistle-stop tour of the Irish housing market. In 2020, the government expects to spend €2.56 billion on housing and this is more than double the amount spent during

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Positive Economics FaceBook Live – A Brexit update, super productive economic resources and time management in exams

Positive Economics FaceBook Live – A Brexit update, super productive economic resources and time management in exams

🕔22:32, 5.Dec 2019

Tonight, I hosted our very first Positive Economics FaceBook Live! At the launch of our new book last year, we promised to give teachers and students a regular, dynamic update on what’s going on in the national and international economy

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If you put your money where your values are,  what happens the value of your money?

If you put your money where your values are, what happens the value of your money?

🕔14:44, 23.Aug 2019

If you put your money where your values are, what happens the value of your money? In July 2019, the first ESG ETF in Europe surpassed €1 billion AUM (assets under management). That was a big deal. It is the UBS

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Pension Resources

Pension Resources

🕔12:09, 1.Nov 2018

Following on from the Insitute of Banking “Mind Your Own Pension” this evening, here are a list of the resources that I mentioned throughout the session: The State Pension Q&A including contact details for specific queries https://www.welfare.ie/en/Pages/Qualifying-for-State-Pension-Contributory.aspx How to register

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How To Invest In The Stock Market As A Beginner

How To Invest In The Stock Market As A Beginner

🕔18:24, 19.Feb 2018

How to invest in the stock market as a beginner On so many occasions, I get asked “If I was to start investing from absolute scratch, what should I do?” This is often followed by “Should I read the paper

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