ADHD & Money Management (Part 1)

Episode 13: ADHD & Money Management (Part 1)

Welcome to The ADHD Lounge podcast! Whether you're someone with ADHD or a learning disability, or just curious to learn more, come hang out with us in the Lounge! We’re your hosts, Katy Weber & Alex Gilbert.

Welcome to Episode 13. In this episode, we talk to Eryn Schultz, the founder of Her Personal Finance. When Erin graduated from Harvard Business School in 2015, she realized that she and her classmates were better equipped to manage a corporate balance sheet than their personal finances. Through her online classes, she has helped hundreds of students decide how to balance paying off student loans with saving for retirement, figure out how much cash to keep on hand, and finally feel confident investing outside of a 401K. 

We talk about the most helpful financial habits for adults with ADHD and practical strategies to help make better financial choices. We also discuss some of the best options for investment, and we ask Eryn why she doesn’t like the term “budget.”

Eryn's website: herpersonalfinance.com

Resources & Links:

https://studentaid.gov/fsa-id/sign-in/landing

www.copilot.money

www.YNAB.com

www.Rocketmoney.com

www.greenlight.com

 

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Episode edited by Darlene Victoria