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Steve Crawford (@SteveCrawford78) is the owner and head financial coach of Experience Wealth ( He’s the opinionated show pony presenter (his words, not ours) on a mission to help young people and their families make meaningful connections with their money and build wealth.

Beyond the initial house renovation chat (7:15) is where you can hear what Steve has really been up to in the advice space. This episode explores why young people in Australia are saving less on average and what Steve is doing with his clients to address this, the current state of the lending market and how advisers can bridge this gap with clients, how businesses can position new services with their licensees and why Steve would love to see fee for service come in as an option for mortgage lending.

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