So, you didn’t learn anything about money at school or at home and so now you believe you just ‘aren’t good with money’? Let me ask a big question, who benefits from you believing that?
It isn’t you. I’m here to tell you that change is within reach!
JESSICA BRADY IS A QUALIFIED FINANCIAL ADVISER WITH PARAGEM, AUTHORISED REPRESENTATIVE NO. | 297276 AFSL | 297276. ALL CONTENT DELIVERED IS GENERAL ADVICE ONLY (OBVS), YOU SHOULD SEEK PERSONAL ONE ON ONE ADVICE SHOULD YOU WISH TO DISCUSS YOUR EXACT CIRCUMSTANCES.
Jess provides a fun and accessible financial course for those who are ready to take action and be more intentional about aligning their money moves with their values. A space where sitting down and mapping out financial and non-financial goals is fun and exciting. Jess assists people better understand their feelings and behaviour towards money, make them really think about what is important to them over the short, medium and long term and practically shows you how to put a game plan in place to get you there!
Jess is a licenced financial adviser and has over sixteen years of experience in the financial services industry working with some of the biggest names in finance including, Macquarie Bank, CBA and Zurich.
In 2017 after realising that young people were more interested in planning their meals and holidays than their financial futures she co-founded the award winning practice Fox and Hare Financial Advice (B-Corp).
Jess has provided advice to hundreds of clients focusing on young professionals, females and LGBTQIA+ as well as small business owners. She sold her interest in 2022.
In 2020, she co-founded Ladies Talk Money a free online resource for women to learn and to tackle some of the issues around financial inequality that currently exist.
Power 50, the top 50 most influential advisers in Australia, and awarded the 2019 Newcomer of the Year at the prestigious Independent Financial Advisers (IFA) awards.
She has been in numerous publications including the AFR, Smart Property Investor and Marie Claire to name a few.
When not talking money Jess can generally be found reading a book, out in nature or chatting to her (naughty) dog Olive.