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54. The Invisible Tax of Household Chores on Women's Careers & Finances with Lindsay Sparrow

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Welcome to Episode 54 of the In Her Wallet Podcast! This week, we are discussing the hidden costs of household chores (which women tend to do more of) and their profound impact on our financial futures and career paths. Sofiia is joined by Lindsay Sparrow, one of the premiere investment advisors in Alberta at Wellington-Altus Private Wealth. As a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA), Lindsay knows firsthand about the invisible tax that women pay for household labour. In this episode, Sofiia and Lindsay explore practical solutions for achieving a more equitable future.

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Key takeaways:
00:00 What we're talking about today
03:21 Get to know Lindsay
08:35 Gender norms around household chores
06:56 Are household chores unpaid work
08:39 What is emotional labour
09:40 Splitting household chores with your partner
12:07 Why we put off hiring help
13:53 If you are a stay at home parent..
16:50 How a prenup can help
18:28 Work from home makes you miss out on...
21:30 How to value your time
29:52 Lindsay's three money tips for women
30:00 What is financial freedom to you

Episode resources:

  • Lindsay Sparrow Website:
  • Lindsay Sparrow Instagram:

The views in this recording are the personal views of the Investment Advisor and should not be taken as the views of Wellington-Altus Private Wealth. This commentary is provided for general informational purposes only and does not constitute financial, investment, tax, legal or accounting advice nor does it constitute an offer or solicitation to buy or sell any securities referred to. Individual circumstances and current events are critical to sound investment planning; anyone wishing to act on this article should consult with his or her advisor.

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