Marlee Grace - "I didn't do any taxes from 2015 until last year. Why? The money was there the whole time."

Episode 3 September 07, 2022 01:36:51
Marlee Grace - "I didn't do any taxes from 2015 until last year. Why? The money was there the whole time."
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Marlee Grace - "I didn't do any taxes from 2015 until last year. Why? The money was there the whole time."

Sep 07 2022 | 01:36:51

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Show Notes

Why do we avoid doing the things we know we need to do with our money? How does debt make you feel? How can you learn to save money when you were raised to believe that money is bad? What happens when we out-earn the people around us?

Marlee Grace (they/them) is a dancer and writer who joins us today to talk so freakin honestly (with real numbers!) about debt, not paying taxes for many years, how much they earn, the guilt of out-earning their parents, the ramifications of growing up believing that rich people are bad, the fear of being judged for the amount they earn, and so much more.

You can find Marlee at marleegrace.space and on IG: @marleegrace

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