The ultimate millennial money guide, from the creator of Australia's #1 finance podcast
Winner of the ABIA General Non-fiction Book of the Year 2022
Winner of the Best Personal Finance & Investment Book of the Year at the 2021 Business Book Awards
Through her phenomenally popular and award-winning podcast, She's on the Money, Victoria Devine has built an empowered and supportive community of women finding their way to financial freedom.
Honest, relatable, non-judgemental and motivating, Victoria is a financial adviser who knows what millennial life is really like and where we can get stuck with money stuff. (Did someone say 'Afterpay'...?) So, to help you hit your money goals without skimping on brunch, she's put all her expert advice into this accessible guide that will set you up for a healthy and happy future.
Learn how to be more secure, independent and informed with your money - with clear steps on how to budget, clear debts, build savings, start investing, buy property and much more. And along with all the practical information, Victoria will guide you through the sometimes-tricky psychology surrounding money so you can establish the values, habits and confidence that will help you build your wealth long-term.
Just like the podcast, the book is full of real-life money stories from members of the She's on the Money community who candidly share their experiences, wins and lessons learned to inspire others to turn their stories around, too. And with templates and activities throughout, plus a twelve-month plan to get you started, you can immediately put Victoria's recommendations into action in your own life.
You are not alone on your financial journey, and with the money principles in this book you'll go further than you ever thought possible.
Victoria Devine is a multi-award-winning financial adviser who is transforming the way millennials think about money.
With a background in behavioural psychology, her own financial advisory business, Zella, and a chart-topping podcast, Victoria understands what makes her generation tick and she knows how to make hard-to-understand concepts fun, fresh and relatable.
Victoria has been a guest speaker at events and featured in publications such as The Financial Standard, Vogue, Business Chicks 9 to Thrive, ABC News, RMIT Future of Financial Planning, Mamamia, Elle magazine, Yahoo Finance and many more. She has also been named on the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list for 2021.
If you can't find her, chances are she's at home with an oat latte in one hand and her Old English Sheepadoodle, Lucy, in the other.