Are you tired of hearing traditional money advice that just doesn’t seem to fit you or your circumstances? Then today’s episode is for you.

I chat with Krystal Pino, who gets super honest and real about her own financial decisions as an entrepreneur, that go against most standard financial advice (and she’s a financial expert!).

I hope you’ll feel just as validated and comforted as I did hearing that sometimes taking risks and leveraging everything you have is an act of necessary bravery. As Krystal says, sometimes you have to ‘jump off the cliff and build a parachute on the way down’.

In this episode we get into:

  • Releasing shame around money habits 
  • Normalising messy accounts and bookkeeping for your biz – no judgement!
  • Taking risks and going against all the money advice you may have ever heard 
  • Figuring out what works for you, not some outdated, traditional, financial advice
  • Creating safe spaces (for women especially), to discuss money
  • Being brave and stepping into your power around money

Krystal, or Pino as most of her travel companions know her, is the mastermind behind Nomad Tax. Pino is a CPA (Certified Public Accountant), and PFS (Personal Financial Specialist) with a BA in accounting and an MBA in Finance from UAB in Birmingham, AL. She’s been at this game for nearly a decade now, working on both the corporate and public sides of accounting.

Pino has been a digital nomad for nearly 3 years now, visiting over 35 countries.  She’s currently hunkered down in Mexico waiting out the pandemic, but you can usually find her climbing Lion’s Head in Cape Town, eating vegan tacos in Mexico City, or lounging on the hidden beaches of south Portugal.

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