The Plutus Awards team highlights the best in financial media every week in the Plutus Awards Showcase. To submit an item you’ve written, created, or found for next week’s feature, follow us on Twitter.
This week we are featuring the best in female personal finance content via our finalists in the 11th Annual Plutus Awards, brought to you by Capital Group!
We’ve officially opened nominations for people’s choice which you can nominate someone for by going to plutusawards.com/nominate/. Here’s the thing though, nominations closer out on October 15th so you need to make sure you’re rackin’ up those noms! Click here to get started.
We still have a few Trophy Sponsorships available! To sponsor one of the two trophies left click here to learn how.
Catch up on this week’s episode of the Plutus Awards podcast where we feature Shannon McLay from The Financial Gym! Starting a business is hard. It’s even more challenging when it is a brick-and-mortar business and there is a lot of upfront money needed to get things off the ground.
Once Shannon McLay had the idea for the Financial Gym, she needed to find investors that would support her vision. Miranda Marquit speaks with Shannon about the business acumen it took to get her company going and the strategic moves she is making because of the pandemic.
You can also register for the Plutus Awards ceremony coming up on November 13th! This year, the Plutus Awards ceremony will be a virtual event you can attend from the comfort of your own home. Join host Joe Saul-Sehy and a slate of stars from throughout the Plutus Community who will bring the Plutus Awards to you. It’s free to attend. Be sure to stick around following the ceremony for the after-party! Click this link to sign up: https://plutus.ticketspice.com/plutus-awards-ceremony.
“We hope you’ve enjoyed season two of the Bitches Get Riches podcast. Recording it was a bright spot for us during this dumpster fire of a year, so thank you all for listening. As we wrap up another season, we had a few notes to share with you. Including some more personal reflections about how we’re doing, where we’re at, and what the future holds.” – Bitches Get Riches
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“The words ‘Millennial financial crisis’ go together like peanut butter and jelly. Financial crisis are my expectation. It is a part of the weight of being a Millennial. The world is in disarray and our generational expectation is that it will continue to be this way, not get better.” – Bravely Go
“I had this neighbor below me who complained about everything. It got to the point that I didn’t want to be in my house because he complained about any noise. One day, I got out of my bed in the middle of the night to get water and shortly after, I heard him banging on his cleaning (which is my floor), as if that was too much noise for him. GO TO SLEEP MAN!” – Budget Queen
“It’s 2009, the market is bottoming out. Our clients are firing us like mad. Back then, clients had to fax us a letter to terminate us as their manager (there was no Docusign). On a really bad day, in what felt like a perfect allegory about working in investment management at the time, we were getting so many client termination faxes that the fax machine literally burst into flames.” – Dumpster Doggy Blog
“M1 Finance is a finance app that allows you to invest, borrow, and spend all in one place. It still gives you the flexibility to set your own strategy, while then automating everything else. And the best part is that it’s absolutely free, unless you choose to switch to their low-cost M1 Plus.” – Her First $100k