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Building resilience with 'The Barefoot Investor'

Building resilience with 'The Barefoot Investor'

Over the course of 2020, through bushfires, COVID-19, and national and international economic challenges, Australians have learned that disaster does not discriminate.

Salvation Army Moneycare financial counsellor Kristen Hartnett recently spoke to ‘The Barefoot Investor’ Scott Pape about his journey as a financial advisor, financial counsellor and bestselling author.

Since first writing the best seller The Barefoot Investor in 2004, Scott Pape has become a household name in Australia. The Barefoot Investor and Scott’s second book, The Barefoot Investor Families, take pride of place on many thousands of Australian bookshelves.

Scott shares his no-nonsense approach to financial freedom, looking at building financial resilience, as well as exploring the benefits of financial counselling.

Listen to the interview:

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