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Welcome to the Net Worth It Podcast, where you receive faith based mentorship to help you create a financial legacy and boldly build income streams. Each week you will hear from one of the God Squad who will help you level up and know what is your next step.

Feb 17, 2021

152: How to Become Money Literate

In this episode you will learn about:

  • Why ignoring our money is selfish 
  •  How God instils gifts in you to be used for wealth
  •  “Love of money is root of all evil” perspectives
  •  What to do when you are overwhelmed by money 
  • Wealth vs money

 

Resources: 

Profit Ready Road Map: https://gretchenheinen--profitready.thrivecart.com/profit-ready-roadmap/

https://networthit.org

http://aseatatthetable.life



Show Notes:

What if this was the last year that you felt scared there would be enough money from your business to cover your needs?

 

What if you knew what to ask when you met with a potential future accountant?

 

What if you didn’t have to rely so hard on your accountant to explain things to you?



Guest Bio: 

Mandy Scheller (@ownitaccounting)  is a CPA with a Master’s degree in accounting… and it STILL took her many years of experience and experimentation to figure out how all this money stuff works. 

Let’s face it: many of us learned practically nothing about money or entrepreneurship in school. If you don’t want to learn from trial and error, you’ll need to draw on the experience of others.

Mandy comes from a rural, blue-collar background. In fact, just 10 years ago, she was a broke freelance graphic designer trying to run her own business while working two dead-end jobs. She decided she needed a financial education, so she went back to school to become a CPA. Thankfully, things have turned around, and her and her husband are on an active path to leaving a legacy for our two daughters. 

For the last 7 years, she has worked in corporate and public accounting, and realized that many small business owners can’t afford to get the business and tax advice that they really need in a one-on-one setting. The secret is – you don’t need a fancy degree to become financially literate. You DON’T want to be at the mercy of someone else’s professional judgment, especially if they are charging you by the hour.