Melissa Browne

    Melissa Browne is an author and serial entrepreneur. She is CEO of the award-winning accounting and advisory firm A&TA (Accounting & Taxation Advantage), CEO of the financial planning business for 28-48 year olds who want to financially grow up The Money Barre and Director of Business at the long-day Preschool, Thinkers,inq. She has written three books, More Money for Shoes, Fabulous but Broke and her most recent, Unf*ck your Finances. Melissa also writes a fortnightly Money column for the Sydney Morning Herald & Melbourne’s The Age and is a regular media commentator, writing and speaking for everyone from Cosmopolitan to CEO Magazine to Weekend Sunrise to Triple J. In 2016 she was named one of the Financial Review’s 100 Women of Influence.

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      I’m not sure about you, but a lot of people I know don’t have a great relationship with money. If anything, it’s a toxic relationship and if money was a…..

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    • How to get your business financially fit

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    • Why is habit so important to your productivity?

      I work with a colleague, Lauren, who gets up at 5:30am everyday and either runs or goes to the gym. I admire her dedication and each week I tell myself…..

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    • The Importance of Female Financial Wellbeing

      I’ve been described many times by people who know me well as resilient. I expect it’s meant as a compliment and of course I accept it as that. After all,…..

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    • Fabulous not broke

      Once upon a time life was far more predictable. There was a well-trod path laid out in front of us and everyone understood what was expected. We would finish school,…..

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    • Why are we so fucked up when it comes to money?

      A few years ago I was asked to speak at the launch of the ultimate bad sex guide, 50 Shades of Grey. Now, I appreciate it may seem strange to…..

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    • The secret to being exceptional

      My husband was the physiotherapist of a National Rugby League (NRL) club for many years and he came home one day, shaking his head and told me a story which…..

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    • Innovate your finances

      If you want your business to shine you need to be prepared to work up some spit and polish. Sometimes that means doing a ‘service’ on your business or personal…..

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