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  1. Personal Question ( if you could)
    Have you ever had a mentor? and what did that look like?
    Did he/she advise you financially or school wise?

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  2. How do you recommend paying closer to $90,000? My husband is in the medical field and his student loans are extremely high

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  3. Do you have a recommendation for a Youttuber to follow that does similar videos from the US? Love following you and applying your knowledge but would be helpful to have someone to follow in the US economy.

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  4. Hi there Canna. I'm hoping for more videos for people who have their own businesses (or are just starting!) where their income fluctuates week by week. Particularly how to manage business expenses as a separate entity to your personal expenditure. Thanks for the videos I'm really enjoying all of them!

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  5. Can you please do a video explaining the pros and cons of the different types of index funds – ETFs vs standard index funds.

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  6. i love your videos

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  7. Hi Canna! Amazing and inspiring video as usual. I'm a uni student and will be going into industry in a year time, but I'm a bit confused with skills such as social skills, how to build a connection, about leadership, managing stress, how to plan my life etc etc. I think that you might have plenty of knowledge to share and any books that you recommend? Thanks! 🙂

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  8. I've always been quite good with saving and I hate having debt, but watching your videos has motivated me to get more serious with my savings. I'm very much looking forward to your videos on investment. I love your videos as they are clear, concise and relatable – you should be very proud 🙂

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  9. Are you able to tell us what companies you invest in?

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  10. What is a superannuation account? I did not get the last tip at all, sorry I am not familiar with that term and I have never heard about it.

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  11. This helped me so much. More Student videos please!

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  12. Hi I recently subscribed to your channel. I really want to get out of credit card debt and get my family on firm financial ground. I must admit I love to shop and this is my biggest down fall also with not being organized. I've watch many of your videos which are helpful but the information has not completely connected with me yet the way I needed it to. I really want my family to be FREE of the bondages of debt. How can I take this formation you have kindly provided and apply it to my daily life effectively? PLEASE HELP…I look forward to your response and love your videos….

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  13. As a student that finds it super hard to save with all the different things to pay for in my life, the idea of tackling my HECS debt now is terrifying. I find it stressful enough worrying about saving for my car registration on a casual wage and trying to study, I don't think paying off HECS is a good idea for a student – it seems much easier to deal with after university with a stable income.

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  14. You're a wonderful inspiration, Canna. Thanks for making these videos! Xo

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  15. Thank you so much! Love your videos ❤

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  16. Dear Canna! You make the best videos! Could you please do one about budgeting "food" for a family. For example what percentage of income you should spend on grocerys in a month?

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  17. I hope you could also make videos for those of us who are only starting to save money and are looking for the right bank. I hope you could also give us some tips which bank to choose. Or how to determine which bank is right for us. And I am really interested on investing but for now gotta have to save first. 🙂 Thanks for your tips, it really inspired me to start saving now. 🙂

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  18. I'd love to hear some tips for tertiary students renting and paying utilities etc for the first time because a lot of people move out or get asked to leave the family home around that age.

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  19. More videos on investing money in shares.

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  20. Do you have any tips for people whose income/costs fluctuate? I receive a travel reimbursement from my employer for my car expenses when I'm not working in the office (I'm an auditor, so I'm at client's sites a lot) so during those times I'm not paying my normal commuting costs to go to the office and I'm not paying for gas for the car. I'm finding that this is making it really difficult to make my budget since these costs are so unpredictable.

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  21. Your videos are always so organised and full of tips! Thank you for making them! I really enjoy the fact that the content you present is achievable in "real life" instead of being just unattainable goals!
    Greetings from France ^.^!

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  22. I'm super happy that I found ur channel, would be great if u do some recommendation videos for students who study finance, how can we build our knowledge to be better when we graduate, and some book recommendations to read as well

    Sending u love all the way from Saudi Arabia 🇸🇦 💜

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  23. Tip one for saving money – don't blow it on Chanel, FFS

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  24. Hi! I love watching your videos, I think your tips are very helpful. Could you please send me the budget template? I requested it on the website but haven't heard back yet. Thanks!

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  25. Cant explain how helpful these videos on students finances are. Im amazed in how much I learn in each video and how quickly Im being motivated of taking hold of my financial situation. I feel more strong and independent, so incredibly grateful for that Reply

  26. You have seriously inspired me to take control of my finances early in life and more importantly, inspired me to WANT to. I'm investing my first thousand dollars with help from my dad very soon, I'm building on my savings while I'm studying, and I'm definitely going to start contributing to paying off my uni debt early 🙂

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