Episode 148

Published on:

16th May 2022

The Impact of Money with Anjali Jariwala

There are many iterations of the immigrant story of coming to America with a limited amount of money– or if any at all. Growing up with parents that had to go through this can leave deep impressions on younger generations– where money is scarce and it must be saved. While saving and budgeting is a great way to future-proof, it might not be the best way to make that money work for itself; which is why financial education is so important.

For this episode, I’ve invited over Anjali Jariwala, a career changer that started in tech but quickly grew tired of the 80-hour workweek. After transitioning to financial planning, working up the ranks, then ultimately leaving to start her own firm, Anjali found her passion in helping minorities, immigrants, children of immigrants, and young couples with families trying to build wealth.

If you think you’re bad with money, there might be more to it than just bad planning!


>> The impact of money

>> How culture affects our behavior with money

>> Bridging the gap between business and personal finance

>> How we can teach children about money

Connect with Anjali:

>> Website | www.fitadvisors.com

>> Twitter | @AnjaliFIT

>> Podcast | Money Checkup

If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well: 

>> Episode 146: Building a Financial Planning Firm with Valerie Rivera

>> Episode 142: Life Planning: Looking Beyond Finances with George Kinder

>> Episode 135: Creating your Financial Narrative with Shehara Wooten


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Minority Money
Changing the Complexion of Wealth
The Minority Money Podcast is about finance, family, fitness/health, and education and how all of these things affect your overall wealth.

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Emlen Miles-Mattingly

Emlen Miles-Mattingly is the CEO and founder of Gen Next Wealth. He spends much of his waking day striving to bring more value to the table for his clients, with the goal of helping them align their money with their values. Ultimately working with clients to make a lifetime of smart decisions with their resources.
With nearly 19 years of experience in the financial services industry, he decided to leave the large corporations and start his own independent firm. It is his passion to keep the client's best interest in mind when making recommendations. Everyday Emlen wakes up knowing he has an opportunity to learn something new and is excited to share what he has discovered with people in need of it. He has a bachelor’s in business administration and is currently enrolled in coursework to obtain the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER designation.
Emlen was born and raised in the small town of Madera, CA this is also where the firm is located. He is married to Maricela and they have 4 children Jada, Mia, Emlen II, and Ecella. We have a very active life, we enjoy working out, hiking, craft beer and escaping to the coast whenever possible.