Real Money with Effie Zahos

Samantha reveals the fallout an abusive relationship had on her finances

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Episode notes

On today’s episode, we meet Samantha. She spent years in a bad relationship but didn’t realise she was experiencing abuse until after she left. Samantha reveals the toll this relationship had on her finances. Then, Rebecca Glenn from the Centre for Women's Economic Safety joins Effie to share the many ways economic abuse can present itself and where you may be able to go for help.

Have you got a money story you think someone could benefit from hearing? Contact Effie at [email protected]


Podcast resources: 

How financial counsellors can help Australians in difficulty


Helpful organisations mentioned in this episode


1800 737 732

Centre Against Violence Phone: 1800 806 292

National Debt Helpline

Ph: 1800 007 007

Centre for Women’s Economic Safety


If any issues on today’s episode raise concerns for you, help is also available through services such as Lifeline (13 11 14)

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