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Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where Her Money comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.

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Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where Her Money comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.

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I absolutely love every episode of Her Money! The mailbags are always so interesting and they always have the best guests. The latest guest, Erika Nardini, was so fun to listen to.

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I absolutely love every episode of Her Money! The mailbags are always so interesting and they always have the best guests. The latest guest, Erika Nardini, was so fun to listen to.
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HerMoney with Jean Chatzky

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Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where Her Money comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.

Rank #1: Ep 194: How To Be More Productive Than Ever In 2020 

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Will this be the year you secure that promotion, land a new job or start your side hustle? Julie Morgenstern is here to tell us how to get there. Julie offers tips for how to get the most out of the hours you have, and shares her favorite tricks for crafting the perfect to-do list. In Mailbag, guidance on credit utilization, employee stock purchase programs, and buying vs. leasing cars.

Jan 01 2020

37mins

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Rank #2: Episode 46: All You Need To Know About Sex And Money, But Were Afraid To Ask!

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Money and sex. They're the two things couples fight about most and talk about least, so we're turning up the heat with love and relationships expert Dr. Pepper Schwartz, from Married At First Sight, She says there are ways to keep your relationship on track even when your finances are in flux. In Mailbag, financial infidelity and kids paying for college.

Feb 22 2017

36mins

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Rank #3: Ep 61: Make More Money With The Penny Hoarder’s Kyle Taylor

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Kyle Taylor, founder and CEO of The Penny Hoarder, had a spending addiction and could not ask his parents to bail him out one more time. So he started gig work, and then he started blogging about how you could do the same. If you've ever wanted to earn some extra money on the side, we've got the skinny. In Mailbag, inheritance, saving for a down payment and retirement planning for the self-employed.

Jun 07 2017

29mins

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Rank #4: Episode 48: I Am My Own Worst Enemy

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Self-sabotage can be one of the most damaging behaviors in our lives, especially when it comes to our money. Thankfully, Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen helps us all get self-sabotage to stand down. She says giving up isn’t failure if it moves us forward — cutting our losses is sometimes the best choice. In Mailbag, what to do with unused gift cards, how long you need to keep the paperwork when you sell your home, and permanent life insurance.

Mar 08 2017

35mins

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Rank #5: Episode 39: New Year, New (Richer) You

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Tiffany Aliche, "The Budgetnista," is famous for saving $40,000 in two years on a $35,000 salary, and she used that money to buy a house and secure her own financial future. Now she's helping others do the same. In Mailbag, who pays for a wedding, spouses who hide debt, and the best budgeting apps.

Jan 04 2017

27mins

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Rank #6: Episode 52: Finding Your Financial Badass With Jen Sincero

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Motivational coach Jen Sincero shares the secret sauce that allowed her to triple her income in three months, with tips from her new book, You Are a Badass at Making Money. In Mailbag, student loan defaults, employer pensions and public vs. private school.

Apr 05 2017

32mins

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Rank #7: Ep 55: Design Your Life With Bill Burnett

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At Stanford University, students wait in line for professor Bill Burnett's course-turned-bestseller, Designing Your Life. You don't have to. Burnett says that if you want to improve your relationships at home and at work, you have to face your problems head on, including the money ones. In Mailbag, negotiating at work, investing beyond your 401(k), and getting a prenup.

Apr 26 2017

34mins

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Rank #8: Episode 40: Is Work-Life Balance Possible? Get Rid Of The Guilt, For Good

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Work-life wellness expert Samantha Ettus offers strategies for letting go of guilt, and for releasing your inner badass. In Mailbag, we talk about allowances for kids, how much to start investing, and how to get a raise.

Jan 11 2017

31mins

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Rank #9: Ep 59: Jill And Jean On Money

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Jill Schlesinger, CBS personality and host of the "Better Off" podcast, breaks down markets, investing, health care and why it's all more important if you're a woman. In Mailbag, debt consolidation and what to do with a windfall.

May 24 2017

37mins

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Rank #10: Episode 30: The Power Of Positivity

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A look at how credit card points and airline miles can help you jet set around the world for next to nothing, and a chat about the power of positivity with Daryn Kagan, author of "Hope Possible," and Trent Swanson, a frequent flyer mile hobbyist. In Mailbag, we talk long-term care insurance and checking your credit score.

Nov 02 2016

39mins

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Rank #11: Episode 35: Millennial Money 101

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Millennials have had it rough, with a recession and a mountain of student debt, but it's time they got their financial acts in gear. Financial expert Stefanie O'Connell shares how to do just that, and how she lived on $225 a week. In Mailbag, how to add a second credit card to your wallet and Roth 401(k)s.

Dec 07 2016

25mins

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Rank #12: Ep 154: Invest Like A Woman

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Building off of last week’s “Women With Money” episode that focused on how and why more of us should be investing in addition to our retirement accounts, we’re with investing expert Manisha Thakor. She’s VP of financial wellbeing at Brighton Jones and host of the "true WELLth podcast." We discuss the psychology of investing, the difference between active versus passive investing styles and best practices for working with financial advisors. In Mailbag, we answer your questions on closing credit cards without hurting your credit, whether it's a smart move to help a boyfriend's family with student loan debt and the complications that can ensue come tax time. Plus: Our Thrive segment is courtesy of one of our amazing listeners, Pam, who emailed us a few weeks back after Episode 149, in which we talked about the new rules of resume writing. Her advice will help your resume get seen!

P.S. Jean’s new book, “Women With Money,” hits stands this week! Order yours today at WomenWithMoneyBook.com.

Mar 27 2019

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Rank #13: Ep 153: Women With Money

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The tables are turning for women and money—and the roles are reversing in this week’s episode. To celebrate the upcoming launch of Jean’s new book, “Women with Money: The Judgment-Free Guide to Creating the Joyful, Less Stressed, Purposeful (and, Yes, Rich) Life You Deserve,” Kelly interviews Jean for the very first time. Women have more money and more power than ever before and there’s more coming our way. We talk about the important ways in which we can use our money and our power to make life better for us, for the people we love and for the world. Above all, learn more about Jean—and why this book is more personal for her than any other book she’s written before. We close the show by answering your questions (of course) on paying off mortgages in the FIRE movement, FAFSA considerations for students who take breaks between school, the pros of tax-deductible IRAs and more. Women With Money is available for preorder now on WomenWithMoneyBook.com.

Mar 20 2019

29mins

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Rank #14: Ep 205: Suze Orman On Coronavirus, Your Retirement and Recession Fears

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Suze Orman is in the house! The author of ten New York Times bestsellers, is out with a new book, “The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: Winning Strategies to Make Your Money Last a Lifetime.”  Listen in as Jean and Suze dive into all the market worries surrounding coronavirus and the downturn in the markets, how 2020 differs from from what we saw in 2008, and the danger of getting out of the stock market and not getting reinvested in time to catch the inevitable rebound. In Mailbag, Jean and Kathryn dive into the fees on 529 plans, and discuss new career opportunities.

Mar 18 2020

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Rank #15: Ep 90: You’re The CEO Of Your Body And Your Life. Own It With Robin Arzon.

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“Know your worth and then add tax.” Robin Arzon, lawyer-turned-health-and-wellness-influencer, is the bestselling author of “Shut Up And Run,” and the VP of Fitness Programming for Peloton. She gets us focused on our health and wealth so that we can make this year our best one yet. In Mailbag, 401(k) rollovers, financial considerations for caregivers and how to prioritize credit card debt with building emergency savings.

Dec 27 2017

29mins

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Rank #16: Ep 128: New And Different Ways To Save For Retirement — That Actually Work

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The fear that you'll run out of money in retirement is big and real and daunting. Which is why we're always excited to hear about it when someone — somewhere — has a new idea to help us conquer the challenges of making our money last. This week's hero: Morningstar's Head of Behavioral Science, Dr. Stephen Wendel. He outlines how a handful of modest (and specific!) changes, when made simultaneously, can amount to much bigger nest eggs. So, calm your retirement anxieties — and geek out on the research — with us. Then, in Mailbag, we’re discussing 401(k) rollovers, the 5-year rule on Roth IRAs and having a dedicated savings account for healthcare. And in Thrive, how to budget with a cash-only diet.

Sep 26 2018

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Rank #17: Ep 54: Stop Being A Broke Millennial With Erin Lowry

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Calling all broke millennials: This week Erin Lowry is here to help you set your priorities straight, get a budget, and tackle your debts. In Mailbag, using credit card points, and staying sane during rocky markets.

Apr 19 2017

37mins

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Rank #18: Ep 146: One Woman’s Journey To Financial Independence

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Building on last week’s episode on the FIRE movement, this week we sit down with Jamila Souffrant, creator of the blog and podcast, Journey To Launch, in which she chronicles her and her family’s experience towards financial independence. “For most people who hear about FIRE movement it seems overwhelming,” says Jamila. “I like to modify it and say it [financial independence] can mean anything you want it to mean. In my case, it meant I wanted to retire from my corporate job to do work I love.” Jamila is candid on how she and her husband increased their savings rate, modified their investments and managed their accounts together to make this happen. In fact, we all might want to take a lesson in financial togetherness (and respect) from this couple. In Mailbag, we answer your questions on maxing out 401(k)s without compromising your short-term goals, protecting your finances when buying property with a future spouse and funding HSAs. And Jamila’s story has us wondering: Do you feel engaged in what you're doing at work? If not, we discuss new research that can help in Thrive.

Jan 30 2019

34mins

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Rank #19: Ep 65: Change Behaviors For Good With Katherine Milkman

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This week we're talking with The Wharton School's Katy Milkman, whose research explains why changing our behaviors can be so difficult, and how we can finally make changes. In Mailbag, how to prioritize savings with credit card debt, what to do with old 403(b) accounts and how to handle those sometimes-pricey hobbies for kids.

Jul 05 2017

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Rank #20: Ep 186: Lighting The Path To Savings and Security With The FIRE Movement

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Scott Rieckens, author of Playing With Fire, and producer of the recent documentary by the same name, walks us through his journey into the FIRE movement, (Financial Independence, Retire Early) and how he learned to prioritize his spending and saving goals — and how we can do the same. In Mailbag, questions about taking a job you’re overqualified for in order to get your foot in the door, and what to do for health insurance when you’re between jobs.

Nov 06 2019

42mins

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Ep 226: How Your Investments Can Impact Change

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When invested the right way, your money can impact change while also earning big returns. We break down what it means to put your money where your mouth is, with Fidelity Investments’ Eliza Badeau and Nicole Connolly. Bigger ESG funds are up 10% year over year, far outperforming the DOW and the S&P 500. Eliza and Nicole dive into how we can get involved today. Eliza breaks down how Fidelity is addressing the inequalities that different underrepresented communities face, and how the social changes that we’re going through as a nation are impacting the investing landscape, particularly for Millennial investors. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on investing vs. paying down a mortgage, transferring a 529 plan to a different state, doing a ROTH IRA conversion, and getting a prenup. In Thrive, how to do a mid-year financial check-up. 

Aug 12 2020

46mins

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Ep 225: Taking Risks And The Art Of Bluffing

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What role does luck play in life? How does luck relate to fate, and how does all of this tie back into what we can and can’t control? We’re discussing it all this week with Maria Konnikova, author of “The Biggest Bluff.” She talks about what good investors have in common, and the truth behind the “illusion of control.”  We discuss emotions, and why they’re so critical to our decision-making process, and we get a crash course on how to bluff — and how to know when we’re being bluffed. In Mailbag, we talk aging parents, target date funds, and caring for a significant other financially. In Thrive, should you take a gap year if your college is closed this fall? 

Aug 05 2020

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Bonus Mailbag #21: Navigating Job Loss And Layoffs

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So many of us are struggling right now, and we're tackling listener questions on job loss. We hear from a listener who is unsure which source of income to tap if her job search takes longer than she'd like. We also hear from a woman who is debating a balance transfer and a 401(k) loan in order to manage her credit card debt situation. We also guide a couple debating taking money from their 401(k)s in order to pay off their house, and we advise a woman who is worried about being able to retire as planned. If you've suffered a job loss during this time, the whole HerMoney team is rooting for you, and we've got your back through this crisis. To reach out to us with a question for an upcoming episode, email us at mailbag@hermoney.com.

Jul 30 2020

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Ep 224: Using Credit Card Rewards When You Can’t Travel

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When’s the last time you took a trip somewhere other than your local grocery store? And what are we supposed to do with all those credit card miles and points we’ve been accruing? We discuss with The Points Guy himself, Brian Kelly. He tells us how to get the safest flight possible for the best price, how to decide if you need a new kind of credit card, and what to do with our points right now. In Mailbag, Jean and Kathryn talk through credit freezes for 5-year-olds, how to allocate retirement investments, and UTMA/UGMA accounts for kids. In Thrive, car insurance companies offering refunds. 

Jul 29 2020

37mins

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Ep 223: What White Women Can Do To Be Allies For Women Of Color

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Women of color are behind white women in almost every financial and career measurement. Today, we take a look at action steps that white women can take to be allies and advocates, and begin to truly make an impact. Administrative Judge Karen Ortiz and CEO of communications firm CJC Insights, Chanel Cathey, join us to talk about what it’s like to be the only woman of color in the room, and the biases and stereotypes that we all need to watch out for in our daily lives. In Mailbag, we talk about financially supporting our parents and paying down credit card debt with personal loans. In Thrive, the essential items that every woman should build into her budget. 

Jul 22 2020

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Ep 222: Navigating The Healthcare System And Being Your Own Advocate

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Health matters have been a priority for all of us lately, and when we’re sick, the last thing we want to deal with are insurance questions and medical bills. Janine Urbaniak Reid, author of “The Opposite of Certainty” joins us to share her story and discusses some of the tactics that she used to get answers. She dives into the topic of resiliency, and opens up about how we can all “live a life you don’t hate, in circumstances you do.” She also tackles how to stay positive through it all, how to support a friend who is hurting, and how to truly live in the present. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on asking for a raise during the pandemic and refinancing a home. In Thrive, a chat with your parents about their financial situation. 

Jul 15 2020

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Ep 221: Entrepreneurship And Pathways To Success With Lauren Maillian

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Lauren Maillian, CEO of digitalundivided, joins us for a chat about Black and Latinx entrepreneurs, and the barriers women face in the world of fundraising and founding companies. We dive into how women can create a safety net for our own financial security at the same time we’re building a business, why “scrappiness” is at the heart of entrepreneurship, and how everyone can help create opportunity, share influence, empower, and uplift. In Mailbag, we talk whole life and term life insurance, and what to do about health insurance (and claiming a pension) when you retire before 65. In Thrive, what to do if your summer internship was sidelined. 

Jul 08 2020

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Ep 220: How Our Shopping And Spending Habits Are Changing

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“Americans Are Shopping For Groceries Like It’s 1996.” That headline caught our eye because it’s true — we’re cooking at home, we’re ordering everything from Amazon, and our spending habits have radically changed. Will they ever go back to “normal”? Dan Frommer, Founder of The New Consumer, joins us to share why it’s like “a switch flipped, and we skipped 15 years into the future.” Dan talks about some of the pitfalls of shopping online, and the growing popularity of direct-to-consumer brands, like Warby Parker and Glossier. We also talk about where to get the best bargains out there right now. In Mailbag, what to do with 529 funds that may have been refunded, how to prioritize funds between debt repayment and investing, and navigating target date funds. In Thrive, the steps you need to take to keep your connections strong in this happy hour-less era. 

Jul 01 2020

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Ep 219: Pride, Inclusion, And Eradicating Bias

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Megan Smith, Chief Technology Officer of the United States under President Obama and CEO of Shift7, joins us for a candid conversation on inclusion and diversity. For Megan, inclusion means that all people are able to bring forward their greatest self, not “stomp on others.” She and Jean talk about the importance of supporting innovators, how tech is helping us to drive bias from movies and television, and the importance of “being there” for LGBTQ youth. In Mailbag, we hear from Marcia Mantell again on a question about Social Security for freelancers, and we take listener questions about setting up IRA accounts, and the pros and cons of having all your investments at one firm. In Thrive, what it really means for your bottom line when you file early for Social Security. 

Jun 24 2020

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Ep 218: Dieting, Body Image And Self Love

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We dwell with these things, and we dwell within them every single day of our lives, so when one of these things is a source of negativity for us, it impacts everything. Marisa Meltzer, author of “This Is Big: How The Founder Of Weight Watchers Changed The World — And Me,” dishes on all things body positivity, dieting, and how our relationships with food and money are so closely intertwined. In Mailbag, Jean and Kathryn check in with a very special guest — Piper Kerman, author of Orange Is The New Black — to help answer a question about managing finances while incarcerated. We also tackle questions on paying down debt and downsizing. 

Jun 17 2020

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Ep 217: How Do We Support Our Black Friends And Colleagues During This Time?

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Jean sits down for an important discussion with Sharon Epperson, Senior Personal Finance Correspondent at CNBC. Sharon weighs in on how to show support for Black friends and colleagues during this time, and how to help elevate voices of color. Sharon offers a suggested script for diving into conversations, and a look at her favorite sources for education. In Mailbag, we discuss saving for a house while paying down debt, investing in the market, and supporting aging parents. In Thrive, why you should check your junk mail for your stimulus check — that might actually be a debit card.

Jun 10 2020

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Ep 216: Everything Women Need To Know About Social Security

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Everything women need to know about social security, both today and in retirement, with Marcia Mantell, author of “What’s The Deal With Social Security For Women.” We discuss the best claiming strategies for women (including when to file), the rumor that social security may not be there for us when we need it, and why women are different when it comes to social security. In Mailbag, Jean and Kathryn tackle where to invest additional funds in retirement, how to help victims of domestic abuse get back on their feet financially, and how to avoid falling into the lifestyle inflation trap. In Thrive, how to get out of the negative feedback loop that may be preventing you from pursuing your bigger financial goals.

Jun 03 2020

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Ep 215: How To Rock Your LinkedIn Profile: The Ultimate Guide For Getting Hired

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How do we spruce up our LinkedIn profiles in order to stand out from the herd? Allison Nunes, workshop ambassador for LinkedIn’s “Rock Your Profile” program shares all her secrets. We cover job alerts, networking, applying for jobs, perfecting your profile, getting recommendations, and so much more. In Mailbag, we talk about online savings accounts, women bonding together in retirement (Golden Girls style), and buying a historic home.

May 27 2020

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Ep 214: Move Over, Bro Culture: How Women Are Taking The Tech World

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Women in tech. It’s a broad topic, and Hilary Gosher, Managing Director at Insight Partners, is here to help us distill it all. She discusses the importance of women in tech, and the barriers to increasing our presence in this male-dominated world. She shares how we can get more women interested in pursuing tech careers — it’s not just semiconductors anymore. The pair also discuss startup culture, female mentorship, and co-working spaces like Luminary and The Wing. In Mailbag, what to do with a 401(k) from a previous job, updating a will before you get married, and entrepreneurship vs. full time jobs.

May 20 2020

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Ep 213: CEO of Barstool Sports, Erika Nardini, On Startups, Success And Life In The C-Suite 

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Barstool sports now boasts 66 million monthly users and annual revenue of $100 million. Erika Nardini is the woman who took them to the top. She discusses her work ethic and drive, her journey to the helm of Barstool, and what it's like to work alongside its founder, Dave Portnoy. She dives into the allegations that she’s a “token” female CEO, and what goes into the “secret sauce” that makes their podcasts so popular. She also talks about her time in competitive sports. In Mailbag, questions on co-signing loans, best budgeting apps, and retirement asset allocation.

May 13 2020

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Ep 212: Kendra Scott On Entrepreneurship, Motherhood, And Giving Back

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Kendra Scott’s classic jewelry designs sparkle, but not as much as her incredible philanthropic and educational efforts. She shares how she built her billion dollar business, her best advice to fellow entrepreneurs, hard truths about her first entrepreneurial failure, and how retail can continue to thrive. In Mailbag, planning for a baby after a job loss, asking an employer for work-from-home flexibility, and starting a business vs. building an emergency fund. Also, free credit reports and how to get yours.

May 06 2020

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Ep 211: Small Businesses And Coronavirus: How To Support Entrepreneurs, And How They Can Thrive

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How can we help the small businesses in our lives succeed? How can entrepreneurs weather this storm? Scott Omelianuk, Editor-In-Chief of Inc. Magazine, weighs in and says we all need to remember that we are shaping the world we want to live in with our wallets. He discusses the funding from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and how to apply. In Mailbag, questions from small business owners, a woman in the middle of home renovations, and a couple looking to buy a more affordable home.

Apr 29 2020

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Ep 210: The Power Of Stepping Away: What It Really Means To Disconnect

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What does it truly mean to truly disconnect? Celeste Headlee, author of: “Do Nothing: How To Break Away From Overworking, Overdoing, And Under-living,” tells us how we can all stop sabotaging our well-being and start living instead of doing. In order to fully decompress, we have to distance ourselves from technology, and examine whether we might be suffering from the “busy-ness” delusion — we are not as busy as we think we are. Celeste breaks down the tactical changes needed to bring us closer to our big life goals. In Mailbag, saving for college, filing for bankruptcy, and the best budgeting tools on the market.

Apr 22 2020

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Bonus Mailbag #20: Surviving And Thriving During Coronavirus  

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Your questions on filing for unemployment, pulling money out of a 401(k), and home refinancing. Also, converting your portfolio to cash, and a debate on putting money into an emergency fund vs. paying down credit card debt.

Apr 18 2020

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Ep 209: Daily Rituals, Self Care And Healing: A How-To

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Tara Schuster, VP of Talent and Development at Comedy Central, and author of “Buy Yourself The F*cking Lilies And Other Rituals To Fix Your Life From Someone Who Has Been There,” talks about how small daily indulgences are a form of self-care that can make our lives better. and how gratitude lists can change our entire perspective on thankfulness. Tara breaks down how she learned to “re-parent” herself, and how gratitude changed her life. She also discusses how to elevate others, and be the kind of supportive friend we all wish we had. In Mailbag, home buying during the time of Coronavirus, funding a child’s college education with money from an IRA, stimulus check questions.

Apr 15 2020

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I Adore Jean and this Podcast!

By Reviewerhahassf - May 15 2020
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I absolutely love every episode of Her Money! The mailbags are always so interesting and they always have the best guests. The latest guest, Erika Nardini, was so fun to listen to.