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About Me!

 

It’s all about me! Well at least that is what I used to tell my husband before our hard fought for daughter arrived three years ago.  Since then everything has changed.  Once upon a time I saw myself as a female ‘Gordon Gecko’ sort, working as a stock market analyst for a range of companies for the last sixteen years.  Now I enjoy being a mum, play dough in one hand, Financial Review in the other.

I am here to combine my two passions: motherhood and money, and to share my substantial financial knowledge gained throughout my successful career.  I want to cut through the industry jargon and make your money make sense.  Hopefully you will find it helpful and entertaining.

If you would like to check out my former life as a corporate high flyer please click here to check me out on LinkedIn.  

I am available for sponsored posts, freelance writing, consulting and public speaking.  Please contact me at shelley@moneymummy.com.au

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“This is the conversation parents forget to have with their kids” published on 20th of September 2013

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“Three easy ways to find your lost superannuation (so easy, even my hubby could do it!)”  was included in the SuperBiz Daily on the 25th of September, 2013 and in the #SMSF Daily on the 30th of September, 2013.

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My work is regularly included on iBlog Friday on iVillage.

Money Mummy is one of Money Buddy’s top 5 recommended savings blogs for women.  Click here to see their write up.

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Disclaimer: Please note any information on this site is general in nature only.  Please see your financial adviser or accountant for specific individual financial advice to suit your circumstances.

6 comments

Malinda 31/05/2013 at 11:21 am

This is a great idea. I’m trying to save to buy a house and any advice is more than welcome, encouraged even. 🙂 Looking forward to reading more and saving a dollar or two.

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Money Mummy 31/05/2013 at 1:45 pm

Hi Malinda, so glad you are finding my site useful. Make sure you sign up to our subscribers section so you get all my posts. Good luck with saving for your house, it is such an exciting goal to have and hopefully I can arm you with information that can help you get there even faster. Money Mummy

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Kimbonz 31/05/2013 at 11:31 pm

I am so glad to be taking responsibility for myself in the area of money.i grew up hearing how much of a burden money or lack of it is, so have little skill in money matters. So thanks Shelley for having a blog like this. Kim

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Money Mummy 01/06/2013 at 9:17 am

Hi Kim, it’s great to hear that you are getting in to learning about money. I am excited to be able to help you on your journey. Money Mummy

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Katie 03/09/2013 at 7:19 pm

Hi Shelley! Just wanted to say how happy I am to have found your blog. A blog about money written by a mummy – that is one I’ll read! Money matters can sometimes be confusing and complex, you write clear and informative posts – thank you. Love your costco post! I agree with you – I actually joined Costco only to buy my TV from there. it was far cheaper there than anywhere else and the saving was more than the cost of the membership, so it was worth it. Looking forward to reading more! Cheers, Katie

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Shelley Marsh 04/09/2013 at 10:32 am

Thanks so much Katie for your support. Your comments have made my day! 🙂 Money Mummy

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