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Episode Date
Ep 153: Women With Money
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.
Mar 20, 2019
Ep 152: The Lazy Woman’s Guide To Cooking With (None Other Than) Melissa Clark!
When it comes to saving more money, you’re tired of hearing to pack your lunch and make your own coffee, right? We get it. Because we’re tired of it, too. Trouble is, many of us do spend the majority of our disposable income on food. We literally eat our money.
Mar 13, 2019
Ep 151: Why You Need A Work Wife
When it comes to being happy at work, guess which factor matters the most? The nature of our work? No. The money? Nope. OK, it's the people we work with. And, if you’re lucky, you have a work wife.
Mar 06, 2019
Ep 150: It’s Time For A Resiliency Booster
If you’re taking care of aging parents and raising kids at the same time, then let this week’s show be a friendly reminder that you’re no short of amazing and that you’re not alone. This week’s guest is feeling the squeeze of the sandwich generation, too. We’re with Emmy award-winning journalist and producer, Laura Ling.
Feb 27, 2019
Ep 149: Do You Speak Millennial?
How about Xer? Boomer? Having a multigenerational team at work can be a wonderful thing. The diversity of ages brings different experiences, different lenses—all of which can strengthen your company’s culture and increase your chances of success. But communication across the generations? That can be trying. Enter our guest, executive coach Lisa Lord.
Feb 20, 2019
Ep 148: Talk Taxes To Me
With Valentine’s Day tomorrow, we decided to romance you with an entire show dedicated to your taxes.
Feb 13, 2019
Ep 147: Do You Have The Mentality Of A Millionaire?
“Becoming a millionaire is not a private country club—it’s a result of many many years of hard work.” This week we’re back with retirement expert and Ramsey Personality, Chris Hogan, who’s out with his new book, “Everyday Millionaires: How Ordinary People Built Extraordinary Wealth—and How You Can Too.”
Feb 06, 2019
Ep 146: One Woman’s Journey To Financial Independence
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.
Jan 30, 2019
Ep 145: Ring The Alarm! We’re Talking FIRE
Only you can prevent running out of money in retirement. OK, we’ll cool it with the fire and Smokey The Bear puns. This savings crisis is one we’ve covered before, but this week we’re discussing what thousands of people are calling the solution: The FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) Movement.
Jan 23, 2019
Ep 144: The Emotional & Financial Debt From Being Duped
Double lives. Deception. Shame. Nope, it’s not an episode of “Dirty John” (though it could be)—it’s this week’s podcast. Abby Ellin, an award-winning journalist and author of the new book: “Duped: Double Lives, False Identities, and the Con Man I Almost Married,” is in the studio and does she have a story to tell!
Jan 16, 2019
Ep 143: For More Wealth, Freedom & Peace Of Mind in 2019, Practice The Art Of Abundance
We’re in the second week of 2019 — and with our New Year’s resolutions fresh in our minds — we thought it’d be an opportune time to talk about abundance. Or rather, the art of abundance with Leisa Peterson.
Jan 09, 2019
Ep 142: Your Investing Questions Answered with Fidelity’s Kathy Murphy
Happy New Year HerMoney! Goodbye 2018 and goodbye investing confidence gap. After decades of focusing on why women weren’t investing, the broader conversation is shifting to why — and how — women are growing their wealth. We’re kicking off another fantastic year of important conversations with HerMoney’s champion from day one, Kathy Murphy.
Jan 02, 2019
Ep 141: The Earlier You Start Talking Money With Your Kids, The Better
Too many of us can relate to the fact that personal finance wasn’t something we were taught growing up. It’s a big reason why this show exists and it’s also why Dina Shoman founded inherQuests, a company that creates financial education products for kids. She’s on a mission to increase financial literacy for our future generations, starting with little girls.
Dec 26, 2018
Ep 140: Build Your Blueprint For Longevity & Vitality With Jillian Michaels
This week, we’re tackling the subject of aging, which, according to new research, more women are looking forward to. Excuse us? Yep, financial challenges aside, more women are excited about aging, particularly about what their lives will look like as they age. It’s rooted in the idea of, “The best is yet to come.” But the best will only come if you’re feeling your best, and that means taking care of yourself. Enter: The always-wonderful Jillian Michaels.
Dec 19, 2018
Ep 139: Yes, Women Want & Need Different Financial Advice
We’ve got the O.G. B.F.F. (best financial friend) on the show this week. Shannon McLay is the founder and CEO of The Financial Gym, a financial services company that’s disrupting the industry’s approach with women (and some men) on how they overhaul their relationships with money and work towards financial success. We discuss why women want (and need) different financial advice, what's working, what isn't and how Shannon is successfully raising capital for her company from men who can't relate.
Dec 12, 2018
Ep 138: All About 529 College Savings Plans
Earlier this year, America's student debt hit 1.5 trillion dollars — and guess who holds most of it? Yep, us ladies. We hold nearly two-thirds of all student loan debt in the United States. To bring it closer to home, the average graduate walked off campus with around $39,400 last year, which is up six percent from 2016. It's trending up, so what can we do for ourselves and our loved ones to lower the cost?
Dec 05, 2018
Ep 137: Be More Human, Erica Keswin Tells Us How
If you texted, emailed, Slacked and DM'd with people more than you talked to them face-to-face today, then this week's episode is for you. Erica Keswin, author of the new book, "Bring Your Human to Work: 10 Surefire Ways to Design a Workplace That Is Good for People, Great for Business, and Just Might Change the World," is all about learning how to speak in a human voice, finding the sweet spot between tech and connect and meetings that won't waste your time.
Nov 28, 2018
Ep 136: Finding Roommates & Funding Businesses With Elien Becque
Finding roommates and funding businesses are no easy feats. Ask Elien Becque. She's the founder and CEO of RoomZoom, a roommate matching web app designed to take the stress, financial risk and guesswork out of finding a roommate.
Nov 21, 2018
Bonus: Smart Women & Smarter Money Choices, Part Two
TGIF! To celebrate, we're taking you back to our live show at the PRX Podcast Garage in Boston. After our interview with Harvard’s Brigitte Madrian and our Mailbag (listen to both in Episode 134), we hosted a HerMoney Happy Hour. Grab your favorite beverage and enjoy 30+ minutes of women getting real about their relationships with money.
Nov 16, 2018
Ep 135: Build Your Buzz, Your Brand, And, Yes, Your Business
Whether you're an entrepreneur, a wantrepreneur (our favorite new word) or neither, the ability to market yourself is crucial. We all need to be able to create strong brands — personal and professional — and this week we get advice on how from the best. Tina Wells, CEO and founder of Buzz Marketing Group, an agency that creates marketing strategies for clients within the beauty, entertainment, fashion, financial, and lifestyle sectors, gives us a private consultation.
Nov 14, 2018
Ep 134: Smart Women & Smarter Money Choices, Part One
HerMoney recently went on a road trip to Boston for a live show with Harvard’s Brigitte Madrian at the PRX Podcast Garage.
Nov 07, 2018
Ep 133: Is An Annuity Right For You?
We (and by we, we mean the entire personal finance community) talk a lot about saving for retirement, but not enough about how to make our money last as long as we're going to. So we're going to change that. One possible solution for better guaranteeing income in retirement: annuities. One woman who's making annuities sound much sexier than they are: Elaine Larsen.
Oct 31, 2018
Ep 132: How Small Moves Can Make Big Impacts With Scott Harrison
With giving season upon us, we started asking ourselves how we can make bigger impacts — not just at the end of the year — but perhaps year round? We all have causes we care about, but when does it make sense to take donating money, time or resources a step further? When does it make sense to start a charity or not-for-profit organization of your own? To help us answer these questions, we’re sitting down with Scott Harrison, founder and CEO of charity: water.
Oct 24, 2018
Ep 131: Ch-Ch-Changes With Lisa Oz & Jill Herzig
The loss of an identity. The loss of a paycheck. Sometimes they're one in the same. This week we're discussing how to navigate major life changes with two of my favorite women, Lisa Oz and Jill Herzig.
Oct 17, 2018
Ep 130: Politics, Parents & Caregiving with Soledad O’Brien
For many of us, the tables eventually turn, the roles reverse and it becomes time to take care of the people who took care of us for so many years. Becoming caregivers for our parents is often uncomfortable, emotional and comes at a time when many of us are still revving up at work (and, yes, women are more likely to leave the workforce for this, too).
Oct 10, 2018
Ep 129: Getting Aroused With Randi Hutter Epstein
Estrogen, progesterone and testosterone, oh my! This week we're getting hormonal with my good friend, Randi Hutter Epstein, author of the new book: "Aroused: The History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything" — which, by the way, includes our finances.
Oct 03, 2018
Ep 128: New And Different Ways To Save For Retirement — That Actually Work
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.
Sep 26, 2018
Ep 127: Sex, Power & The Little Pink Pill
This week we’re speaking with a woman who’s on a mission to make other women, "really f***ing rich." And who doesn't like the sound of that? Cindy Eckert, founder and CEO of Sprout Pharmaceuticals is leading this charge, while simultaneously supercharging our sex lives.
Sep 19, 2018
Ep 126: Your Survival Guide For College App Season
It’s college application season for thousands of high school seniors across the country — and the ones who love them. Whether you're up against the deadline this year — or see it coming around the corner — it's never too early to start strategizing. We sat down with founder and CEO of IvyWise, Dr. Kat Cohen, to talk not just about reigning in the cost of college, but the cost of applying itself.
Sep 12, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #11
We have that back-to-school spirit over here and it inspired us to do a Bonus Mailbag!
Sep 07, 2018
Ep 125: HerMoney Diary Entry No. 1
Dear HerMoney listeners, this week we're getting up close and personal about our spending habits with Refinery29's work & money director, Lindsey Stanberry.
Sep 05, 2018
Ep 124: Two Personal Finance Experts Walk Into A Booth
A few episodes back, we talked about one of our friends in the personal finance community achieving a perfect credit score. Yes, a score of 850. I like to say you’re not your credit score, but in Washington Post columnist Michelle Singletary’s case, you might want to be.
Aug 29, 2018
Ep 123: Is Your Bank A Friend Or Frenemy?
This week’s big question: Do you trust your bank? Since 2008, the answer for many Americans has been...not so much. We're diving into all your feels around our country's banking system with UPenn's Lisa Servon
Aug 22, 2018
Ep 122: Financial Independence Means More Choices
Were you raised to be financially independent? Or did your childhood (rocky or otherwise) motivate you to seek financial independence out? These are questions inspired by this week's guest MSNBC LIVE anchor Stephanie Ruhle.
Aug 15, 2018
Ep 121: Unlock Your Confidence With Cara Alwill Leyba
We’ve talked about the wage gap and the leadership gap — and we’ll keep talking 'til they’re closed — but we haven’t focused on a gap that is arguably at the root of all the others: The confidence gap. This week we dig deep with master life coach and fellow podcaster, Cara Alwill Leyba.
Aug 08, 2018
Ep 120: Your Skill Set Is Your Most Important Investment
When it comes to saving, investing and all things financial independence, Stella & Dot CEO and founder Jessica Herrin walks the talk. With the idea that nine-to-five doesn't work for everybody, Herrin set out to reinvent what flexible income — and home business opportunities — look like for the modern woman.
Aug 01, 2018
Ep 119: Danica McKellar Schools Us On Math & Money
Kevin Arnold, we get it. Just like you fell for Winnie Cooper on The Wonder Years, we've fallen for Danica McKellar IRL.
Jul 25, 2018
Ep 118: “Don’t Buy Shoes, Buy Buildings” with Nely Galán
What does it take to become self-made? For Nely Galán, the first Latina President of Entertainment for a U.S. television network (Telemundo), it required strategy, sacrifice and a whole lot of self-control.
Jul 18, 2018
Ep 117: The Relationship Between Ambition And Money
What's your definition of success? Did your mind go straight to career? Family? Both? This week we're tackling this loaded question with Hana Schank and Elizabeth Wallace, authors of the new book: "The Ambition Decisions: What Women Know About Work, Family, and the Path to Building a Life."
Jul 11, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #10
Happy 4th of July HerMoney fam! To celebrate, we're answering your questions.
Jul 04, 2018
Ep 116: Let’s Talk About Death
"You lose your keys — not your loved ones," so says Laurie Burrows Grad, whose husband died a few years back and who put her feelings into a wonderful book, "The Joke’s Over, You Can Come Back Now: How This Widow Plowed Through Grief and Survived."
Jun 27, 2018
Ep 115: Our Girlfriend’s Financial Guide To Divorce
You asked, we listened: This week we're talking about divorce — an important topic for all women whether you’re single, engaged or married. That's why we brought in one of our go-to sources, divorce expert Stacy Francis.
Jun 20, 2018
Ep 114: Should You Pay Someone To Run Your Online Dating Profile? (And Other Matchmaking Questions)
Don't get us wrong, we love talking about money — but we love talking about dating and relationships, too. And the two intersect in more ways than you might expect — which is why we decided to follow our hearts and invite a matchmaker on the show. This week we're with Meredith Golden, former psychotherapist and founder of Spoon Meet Spoon.
Jun 13, 2018
Ep 113: You Can Be Nice & Still Get The Corner Office
Calling all nice girls — yes, you! We're diving into the conflicted relationship women have with being nice — especially in the workplace — with the ultimate nice girl (and our new girl crush), Fran Hauser.
Jun 06, 2018
Ep 112: The No Excuses Edition
Is history repeating itself when it comes to your money? Neither your savings nor debts are heading in the right directions. You still don't understand how your 401(k) is invested and you can't seem to get yourself to tackle the other money items on your list. Well — and we mean this in the nicest way possible — maybe it's you. That's what human lie detector and life coach Lauren Handel Zander tells us.
May 30, 2018
Ep 111: Making An Impact With Facebook’s Jennifer Dulski
How do you feel about what you're doing with your time? Is it shaping your world — or the world in general — in a way that makes you feel good? Do you feel like you're having an impact? And, if not, how can you go about shaking that up? That's the topic we tackle this week with Facebook's Head of Groups and Community Jennifer Dulski.
May 23, 2018
Ep 110: Jean’s OB-GYN On The Costs Of Being A Woman
There are many things women are better at than men, but taking care of our health isn’t necessarily one of them. A study from ZocDoc shows that when we’re sick, roughly 66% of us would rather wait it out than make a doctor’s appointment (only half of men say the same, by the way). We’re also more likely than men to put off preventative care. Sometimes we do this for financial reasons...sometimes because we just don’t want to go. That's why it helps to have a doctor you like, one you can talk to and one you want to go out to lunch with after your appointment. And since so many of you aren’t talking with your own doctors, we thought maybe you’d like to talk to Jean's longtime OBGYN and friend, Dr. Rebecca Brightman.
May 16, 2018
Ep 109: Think Like A Futurist. Your Career & Finances Will Thank You For It
Here's a scary stat: In 10 years, 50% of today's occupations will be extinct. Not a good mic-drop moment. That's why, when it comes to our careers, it's time to start thinking like a futurist. Executive coach Liz Bentley is here to get our heads in the game.
May 09, 2018
Ep 108: Should You Freeze Your Eggs? A Conversation About Career, Money, Life
"Freeze your eggs. Free your career." That was the headline on an April 2014 cover of Bloomberg Businessweek featuring this week's guest, Brigitte Adams.
May 02, 2018
Ep 107: A Candid Conversation On Death, Grief And Money With The Authors Of Modern Loss
Talking about money can be awkward. Talking about death can be awkward. Talking about them in the same conversation? Don’t even get us started. That’s why we invited Rebecca Soffer and Gabrielle Birkner, authors of the website and now book, "Modern Loss: Candid Conversation About Grief. Beginners Welcome."
Apr 25, 2018
Ep 106: How To Overcome Your Fear of Investing
Women + Investing = Fear? That's the result of some new research our guest this week, Libby Leffler, brings to the show.
Apr 18, 2018
Ep 105: All The Negotiating Advice You’ve Gotten Is Wrong. Kate White Fills Us In.
We're keeping the #EqualPayDay conversation (which is everyday for us, btw) going with Kate White, author of The Gutsy Girl Handbook: Your Manifesto for Success. She's got some new and surprising advice for the best way to negotiate for more...and it flies in the face of everything we've ever heard.
Apr 11, 2018
Ep 104: 401(k)s, Facelifts And Other Fairy Tales With HBO’s Sheila Nevins
No offense to any of our other guests, but Sheila Nevins might be our favorite. The longtime executive producer and President of HBO Documentary Films has spent years telling other people's stories. But in this episode she opens up about her own.
Apr 04, 2018
Ep 103: How To Do The Ultimate Shopping Ban And Save Thousands
No matter where you are in your financial life, you'll be able to relate to Cait Flanders' story. After paying off $30,000 of consumer debt in two years — and upping her savings game — she found herself shopping, and shopping, and shopping some more, because she never addressed why she got into debt in the first place. Her solution? A two-year shopping ban.
Mar 28, 2018
Ep 102: The Jobs, Investments And Relationships You Have In Your 20s And 30s Aren’t For Practice. Here’s Why.
No matter what you've heard, 30 isn't the new 20, and 40 isn't the new 30, especially when it comes to work, relationships and your finances. It's time to start approaching each year — and each decade — more intentionally. This week we're diving into why this is true with the therapist every millennial (including Kelly) wishes she had on speed dial, Dr. Meg Jay, author of The Defining Decade: Why Your Twenties Matter And How to Make the Most of Them Now.
Mar 21, 2018
Ep 101: Find Your Million-Dollar Idea With Adam Grant
Originality is a muscle. It's a skill. In this podcast, you'll learn how to become an idea machine — and put your best ideas to work. That's just one of the takeaways from our conversation with Adam Grant.
Mar 14, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #9
Happy Friday HerMoney listeners! In our final Bonus Mailbag for this week, we answer your questions on tax brackets in retirement, credit cards for business expenses, balancing student loan repayments with retirement savings and getting the whole family on board for an estate planning discussion. Thank you for celebrating our 100th episode with us! Please keep the questions coming at JeanChatzky.com.
Mar 09, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #8
With all of the data breaches, do you question whether to hand over your Social Security Number (and other personal information) when signing up for financial apps and services? Us too. In today's Bonus Mailbag, we discuss when it's likely safe and when it's not. We also answer your questions on using trust money for student loans and managing finances as freelancers.
Mar 08, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #7
In today's Bonus Mailbag, we cover Roth IRA conversions, high-yield online savings accounts and loans for flight school.
Mar 07, 2018
Ep 100: Happy 100th Episode! To Celebrate, We’re Meditating With Dan Harris
Happy 100th episode, HerMoney! To celebrate, we're with Dan Harris, talking happiness, meditation and money.
Mar 07, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #6
In today's Bonus Mailbag, we answer your questions on entertaining pyramid schemes, exploring retirement plans for small businesses, using savings bonds to repay student loans and buying gold as an investment.
Mar 06, 2018
Bonus Mailbag #5
In celebration of our 100th episode, we're doing a full week of Bonus Mailbags! In today's show, we answer your questions on financial planners, retirement specialists, HSAs for long-term care and when to pull your credit report in the home-buying process. Keep the questions coming at JeanChatzky.com — and please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. We love hearing from you.
Mar 05, 2018
Ep 99: Why It Pays To Be A Girl’s Girl
You probably knew this already: We're girl's girls (or if you prefer women's women). We love supporting, empowering and working with other women, which are just a few of the reasons we were so happy to grab time with Gianna Wurzl and Ashley Sumner, the founders of Quilt, the new female-only coworking start-up that enables women to work out of one another’s homes.
Feb 28, 2018
Ep 98: “That’s What She Said” Isn’t So Funny IRL
You've all heard the joke, right? You tack this phrase onto an otherwise innocuous comment, and you get a supposedly witty — most times dirty — joke. In the midst of the #MeToo movement, we're not laughing — and neither is Joanne Lipman, former editor-in-chief of USA Today and author of the new book by the same title.
Feb 21, 2018
HerMoney Headline: Dealing With The (Dizzying) Markets? Baffled By Bitcoin? We Talk With David Bach
The markets have had us blasting Katy Perry's "Hot N Cold" on repeat, which means a HerMoney Headline is in order. In this Friday special, we bring back my friend David Bach.
Feb 16, 2018
Ep 97: How To Build A Love That Lasts, Starting With Yourself
Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! Are you rolling your eyes? That's okay. We still want you to know we love you, and we’re happy to have you as a listener. And to celebrate our love for you, we invited positive psychology experts and wife-and-husband duo Suzann Pileggi Pawelski and James Pawelski to discuss their new book, Happy Together: Using the Science of Positive Psychology to Build Love That Lasts.
Feb 14, 2018
Ep 96: Pattie Sellers On Creating And Leaving Your Legacy
Your elevator pitch is important, but so is the full story. This week we're talking power, purpose and legacy with Pattie Sellers, founder of Fortune Magazine's Most Powerful Women (MPW) franchise and SellersEaston Media.
Feb 07, 2018
Ep 95: Make More Money In 2018 With Mika Brzezinski
The gender pay gap is infuriating, no question. But there's talking about it, and then there's taking action to close it — starting with knowing your value and communicating it effectively. That's Mika Brzezinski's mission. As co-host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and the force behind the “Know Your Value” movement, she shares proven how-to strategies that you can borrow and then pass along.
Jan 31, 2018
Ep 94: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing And Better Finances With Daniel Pink
No such thing as the perfect time? Think again. Daniel H. Pink, author of six provocative books, including his newest, “When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing," says timing is a science — not an art.
Jan 24, 2018
Ep 93: A Caregiving Special With Lee Woodruff, Sheila Lirio Marcelo and Holly Robinson Peete
HerMoney recently headed to Washington, D.C. to AARP's Family Caregiving 2018 summit — a day focused on what's new in family caregiving (politically, technologically, professionally, personally and, yes, financially).
Jan 17, 2018
Ep 92: What’s The Worst That Could Happen? We Ask Sharon Epperson
When the worst headache of her life turned into a near-death experience, CNBC’s senior personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson was forced to stop, reevaluate and reinvent almost every facet of her life —including how she manages her family and career.
Jan 10, 2018
Ep 91: Take Charge Of Your Health, Finances And Closet In 2018 With TODAY’s J Team
Happy New Year, and welcome to the very first show of 2018! When I was thinking about who I wanted to have on this show, it took me maybe all of two minutes to decide — my NBC TODAY sisters Jill Martin and Joy Bauer.
Jan 03, 2018
Ep 90: You’re The CEO Of Your Body And Your Life. Own It With Robin Arzon.
"Know your worth and then add tax." Our final show of 2017 is filled with empowering statements — and new life mantras — courtesy of our new girl crush Robin Arzon.
Dec 27, 2017
Ep 89: Do What You Love And Love What You Do With Kathryn Minshew
As we head into the home stretch of 2017, it's time for a little honesty and introspection: Are you happy at work? Does your job excite you? Does it make you feel fulfilled? Does it make you feel like you have a purpose? We know it sounds idealistic — and no, you're not going to love everything you do every single day — but fulfillment at work is possible.
Dec 20, 2017
Ep 88: Financial Lessons From Former FDIC Chair And Powerhouse Sheila Bair
This week we're having a conversation with Sheila Bair, who Forbes named the second most powerful woman in the world — twice. As Chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation from 2006 to 2011, she steered the agency through the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression and was the woman responsible for the successful safekeeping of $6 trillion of Americans’ savings.
Dec 13, 2017
Ep 87: Doing Well While Doing Good With Katherina Rosqueta
We know that many of you will be giving back this holiday season. We also know that with over a million charities in the United States alone, figuring out where to direct your money can be an overwhelming decision. Is this cancer/hunger/social justice/fill-in-the-blank organization the right one? How will your donation line up with your values and goals — not to mention, change the world? Yes, they're big questions. But we've got answers from Katherina Rosqueta, the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy.
Dec 06, 2017
Ep 86: Master Your Money Mindset With Kathleen Burns Kingsbury
If anything’s a taboo on this show, it’s not talking about money. But for nearly half of Americans, they’d rather talk about politics, religion or death before discussing anything related to personal finance. That's why we brought in Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, wealth psychology expert and author of the new book Breaking Money Silence: How to Shatter Money Taboos, Talk More Openly about Finances, and Live a Richer Life.
Nov 29, 2017
Ep 85: Master Your Spending This Holiday Season (And For Good) With Dan Ariely
Back away from the shopping carts! Before you do any shopping this week — either in-store or online — take 35 minutes to listen to this episode. We're with Dan Ariely, professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University. He's out with his new book, Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter. He gifts us — and our wallets — with a holiday shopping game plan.
Nov 22, 2017
Ep 84: Race, Resilience And Money With Stacey Tisdale
Back in June, we took you with us to an event called "Winning Play$: Black Women, Feminism & Empowerment." It was hosted by the fabulous Stacey Tisdale, a fellow financial journalist, who has reported on business and finance for more than 15 years. We sat down with her and Gloria Steinem for a discussion on race, money and power. The thing is, we barely scratched the surface. And some of you wrote us — including Whitney, who you'll meet in Mailbag — and said: "More, please." We agreed. So we're back with Stacey this week to pick up where we left off.
Nov 15, 2017
Bonus Mailbag #4
We dove into our Mailbag this week — Daffy Duck-style — for another bonus episode. In this show, we answer your questions on taking on a mortgage in retirement, buying a new car, using rewards credit cards strategically and more. Plus, new app alert! There's a new app in town, and it's targeting your credit card debt. Please keep the questions coming. You can submit yours right here at JeanChatzky.com.
Nov 10, 2017
Ep 83: Avoid Sleep Debt With Nancy H. Rothstein
Sleep debt. It's a real thing, and it affects two-thirds of women. When we shut off the lights and can’t shut off our brains, what should we do? This week, we sit down with Nancy H. Rothstein, The Sleep Ambassador, to get the answers.
Nov 08, 2017
Ep 82: Caring For Special Needs Kids With Judith Newman
Raising a child isn't cheap. The DOA estimates it'll cost a quarter million to raise a child born in 2015 — and that's without college. But what if your child has special needs? One study estimates the lifetime costs of treating and caring for an individual with autism can rise to $2.4 million. That's the boat Judith Newman is in. She's the author of To Siri with Love: A Mother, Her Autistic Son, and the Kindness of Machines.
Nov 01, 2017
HerMoney Headline: Open Enrollment 2018
Open Enrollment — the limited time period in which you can sign up for health insurance on the individual market — starts on Wednesday, November 1, and it runs through December 15. Taking 15 minutes to listen to this special episode could be the best financial decision you've made in a while.
Oct 30, 2017
Ep 81: Life, Loss And Getting Back On Track With Dr. Nancy Snyderman
In the last few years, Dr. Nancy Snyderman lost her father, left her job at NBC News, let go of her identity as a Journalist (capital J) and had to figure out who she was without all of them. She talks about going through what was essentially an existential crisis and how she learned the importance of knowing herself at her core as work identities come and go. We also discuss caretaking and how to handle a loved one's affairs.
Oct 25, 2017
Ep 80: How To Talk About Money With Celeste Headlee
Biologists say conversations are essential to our survival, yet we're having less of them and getting worse at them. We talk about money every week in hopes of inspiring you to do the same. But we know. It's hard. Celeste Headlee is here to help.
Oct 18, 2017
Bonus Mailbag #3
In this week's Mailbag, we discuss short sales and reverse mortgages. Then, Hayden comes in and shares how she helped a listener save over $350 on her cable bill. And if you recently experienced a customer service nightmare — or feel like a company has ripped you off — send your complaint our way at JeanChatzky.com.
Oct 13, 2017
Ep 79: Financial Independence And Kicking Ass With Emma Johnson
Being a mother is hard. Going at it alone? Even harder. There are 10 million single moms in the United States, and they’re on track to become the majority, with 57 percent of millennial mothers being unmarried. That's why we invited Emma Johnson, author of the upcoming book The Kickass Single Mom: Be Financially Independent, Discover Your Sexiest Self, and Raise Fabulous, Happy Children, to come on the show. Johnson, a single mom of two, has been kicking ass for herself — and fellow single moms — for years. We discuss her journey, operating from a place of confidence and the importance of financial independence, which lead to the question: Should all women work?
Oct 11, 2017
Ep 78: Money Truths And Mom Truths With Cat & Nat
Pour yourself a cocktail (a cup of coffee works, too), and put your hair in a messy bun, because this week’s show feels like a HerMoney happy hour. We're talking with "professional oversharers" Catherine Belknap and Natalie Telfer — aka Cat & Nat. They're known for saying what you're thinking, but do they talk about money? Now they do! We discuss how the besties-turned-business partners handle money both personally and professionally — and we do a reality check on their retirement savings.
Oct 04, 2017
Ep 77: Write Your Own Rules And Find Your Joy With Hoda Kotb
Like a fine wine, Hoda Kotb keeps getting better with age. This week she takes us through the pain points of her 40s — cancer, divorce and thinking children might not be in her future — and how all of them made her fearless. She also tells us how now, in her 50s, she's in a job she pushed for, in a relationship that makes her happy and, best of all, a mother to her baby, Haley Joy, who she adopted earlier this year.
Sep 27, 2017
Ep 76: Life Happens. Financial Coping Strategies With Jeanne Thompson
Starting a new job, buying a house, getting married, getting divorced, having a baby or having a baby move back home — all of these events not only shake up your life, but your finances, too. And, as it turns out, research from Fidelity shows not all events are created equal when it comes to the impacts they have on your physical and financial health.
Sep 20, 2017
HerMoney Headline: What To Do About The Equifax Breach With Frank Abagnale
Long before "Catch Me If You Can" was made into a movie, Frank Abagnale was one of my go-to sources on all things identity-related. I'm thrilled that he was available to chat about what we need to do now that 143 million of us have had our Social Security numbers or other personal info swiped in the Equifax breach. So, don't panic. Tune in and learn what steps to take next.
Sep 15, 2017
Ep 75: Failing Well With Rachel Simmons
Think of the last time you really blew something. Was it a meeting, an interview, a test or a date? Did the setback stop you in your tracks — or did it give you the push you needed to move forward? Because, when it comes to long-term success (however you choose to define it), how you fail is more important than the failure itself.
Sep 13, 2017
Ep 74: Make Your Life Better With Gretchen Rubin
As she was doing research for her last book, Gretchen Rubin started noticing that people respond to internal expectations (the ones you set for yourself) and external expectations (the ones others and society set for you) in four different ways. She also discovered that knowing which of the four you are — a Questioner, Obliger, Upholder or Rebel — is essential when it comes to breaking habits and making new ones. She's here to tell us about it and her new book, The Four Tendencies: The Indispensable Personality Profiles That Reveal How to Make Your Life Better (and Other People's Lives Better, Too).
Sep 06, 2017
Ep 73: Launch Your Gig (Side Or Otherwise) With JJ Ramberg
C'mon, admit it. You've thought about starting a business, launching a side gig or taking that brilliant idea of yours and seeing if it actually has legs. You're not alone: The number of women-owned businesses jumped by 45 percent between 2007 and 2016. And JJ Ramberg, host of Your Business on MSNBC and founder of Goodshop.com, can help you make it happen.
Aug 30, 2017
Ep 72: Five Simple Life-Changing Rules Of Investing With Alice Finn
It took a former rocket scientist to figure out that investing isn't all that complicated after all. Alice Finn's career has taken her from NASA to wealth management to author. In her new book, Smart Women Love Money, and in our conversation, she lays out the only five things you need to do to guarantee financial success — and why embracing your inner investor is feminism's final frontier.
Aug 23, 2017
Ep 71: Your Big Life With Ann Shoket
What happens when you go all in? Can you have work, friends, a relationship, kids and money all on your own terms? Ann Shoket, the longtime editor of Seventeen magazine and author of The Big Life, says it's possible.
Aug 16, 2017
Ep 70: Money And Power With Gloria Steinem And Stacey Tisdale
HerMoney recently had the opportunity to sit down with Gloria Steinem and fellow personal finance journalist, Stacey Tisdale, at the Winning Play$: Black Women, Feminism, & Empowerment event. We cover financial independence, reproductive rights and how the pay gap is wider for black women.
Aug 09, 2017
Ep 69: Renting The Runway With Jennifer Hyman
The average woman buys 64 items of clothing every year, then wears each one just three times or less. If that makes you stop and count, then this week's episode will be an eye-opener.
Aug 02, 2017
Ep 68: Dear Debt, I’m Not That Into You With Melanie Lockert
If you were to write a kiss-off letter to that whopping student loan or credit card bill you're carrying, what would it say? How would it feel to get all of those thoughts and emotions out into the open? Blogger Melanie Lockert, author of the book Dear Debt, knows the answers.
Jul 26, 2017
Bonus Mailbag #2
So many questions, so little time, so we're sending out another Bonus Mailbag edition of HerMoney.
Jul 21, 2017
Ep 67: Mindfulness 101 With Caren Osten
We’re in the heart of summer and it's time to sloowww dowwwnn. That means shifting out of your comfort zone as a type-A person, who wears busy as a badge of honor, to dropping the ball (à la Tiffany Dufu — check her out on episode #57) and saying “no” more often. This week we break that down with my friend Caren Osten, a certified positive psychology life coach.
Jul 19, 2017
Ep 66: Confidence From The Inside Out With Bobbi Brown
Keep it simple. A mantra I share with my friend and makeup maven Bobbi Brown, who literally changed the face of cosmetics when she launched Bobbi Brown Essentials over 25 years ago with her barely-there makeup message of confidence. We talk confidence, business savvy and how to use makeup to enhance your self-esteem — not cover up your insecurities.
Jul 12, 2017
Ep 65: Change Behaviors For Good With Katherine Milkman
We're at the halfway mark of 2017, making it a fine time to check in on the resolutions, or goals, you made for yourself at the start of the year. Did you just grimace? Don’t feel bad if they went by the wayside. This week we're talking with The Wharton School's Katy Milkman. Her research uses big data to explain why changing our behaviors can be so difficult, and — best of all — how to finally make the changes we want for good.
Jul 05, 2017
Ep 64: Kickstart Your Big Idea With Alex Daly
Think you have a great idea but hate the idea of asking family, friends and strangers for money? Meet The Crowdsourceress: Alex Daly.
Jun 28, 2017
Ep 63: The Case For Sabbaticals With David Bach
You know my pal David Bach, author of (newly updated and expanded bestseller) The Automatic Millionaire, from his years of giving great financial advice. What you don't know is that he just came back from an 18-month sabbatical where he realigned his priorities and even learned to meditate. We hone in on the power of all three — automation, meditation and sabbaticals — and how they can lead to a richer life.
Jun 21, 2017
Ep 62: The Confidence To Take Command With Angie Morgan
You think the ranks of women rising in corporate America are thin? Take a look at the Marine Corps, where fewer than 7.6 percent are women — and far fewer are in leadership roles. Angie Morgan, Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps and author of "Spark: How to Lead Yourself and Others to Greater Success," is here to help us change that.
Jun 14, 2017
Bonus Mailbag #1
The HerMoney Mailbag is overflowing and we LOVE it. But we HATE only being able to get to a few questions in each episode. So, here's something NEW: A Mailbag Bonus.
Jun 09, 2017
Ep 61: Make More Money With The Penny Hoarder’s Kyle Taylor
This week, we've got a ramen-to-riches story for you. Kyle Taylor, founder and CEO of The Penny Hoarder (a booming personal finance site) had a spending addiction and could not, would not, ask his parents to bail him out one more time. So he started gigging (i.e. beer auditing, movie preview auditor). Then he started blogging about how you could do the same.
Jun 07, 2017
Ep 60: Bad With Money? Meet Gaby Dunn
Politics, sex, religion or money: Which of these topics is most likely to make you uncomfortable if it came up at a dinner party? For many, the answer is money.
May 31, 2017
Ep 59: Jill And Jean On Money
Two personal finance nerds walk into a bar... If you think you know how this conversation goes, you're wrong.
May 24, 2017
Ep 58: The Doctor Is In: Elisabeth Rosenthal On Managing Your Medical Costs
It only takes a one-night stay in the hospital to understand how healthcare has become a $3 trillion industry in the US. Even getting lab work done out-of-network can put this into perspective. And don't even get us started on prescription drug costs. Help is here in the form of Dr. Elisabeth Rosenthal, author of the new bestseller: An American Sickness.
May 17, 2017
Ep 57: Drop The Ball(!) With Tiffany Dufu
Good wife, good mother, good daughter, good sister, good friend, good worker. Isn't enough enough already? The inspiring Tiffany Dufu, author of the new memoir and manifesto, "Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less," says yes.
May 10, 2017
Ep 56: Make Money Doing What You Love With Christy Wright
Are you sitting on a business idea that's always been your dream? Turn it into a reality with this week's guest, Christy Wright.
May 03, 2017
Ep 55: Design Your Life With Bill Burnett
At Stanford University, students wait in line for rock star professor Bill Burnett's course-turned-bestseller, Designing Your Life. You don't have to.
Apr 26, 2017
Ep 54: Stop Being A Broke Millennial With Erin Lowry
Calling all broke millennials: This week we have Erin Lowry, millennial personal finance expert, blogger and author of the upcoming book Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together.
Apr 19, 2017
Ep 53: Financial Aid 101 — And Your Questions Answered
Congratulations! After a year spent applying to colleges, your brilliant offspring has landed. Unfortunately, so has the tuition bill. Don't panic — we've brought in financial aid expert Kelly Peeler to help you parse those maddeningly complex financial aid offers (and tell you how to negotiate for more).
Apr 12, 2017
Episode 52: Finding Your Financial Badass With Jen Sincero
The ultimate badass, success coach and motivational cattle prod Jen Sincero shares the secret sauce that allowed her to triple her income in three months, morphing from a broke 40-year-old living in a garage to making seven figures.
Apr 05, 2017
Episode 51: Make Your Kid A Money Genius (Even If You’re Not)
Direct deposit, Apple Pay, Venmo — money moves so quickly and transparently that it's hard for kids to understand the value of a dollar when we rarely touch one. To the rescue: Financial literacy expert and best-selling author Beth Kobliner.
Mar 29, 2017
Episode 50: The $50,000 Mistake. How Not Knowing Her Value Cost One TV Host Big-Time
Betty Liu, Bloomberg anchor and founder of Radiate, Inc., has interviewed some of the top CEOs in the world, but saying yes to an initial job offer literally cost her $50,000.
Mar 22, 2017
Episode 49: Retire Inspired With Chris Hogan
If you've got questions about retirement, this episode's got answers. Chris Hogan — a booming (think Barry White) and trusted voice on retirement — says retirement isn't an age, it's a financial number.
Mar 15, 2017
Episode 48: I Am My Own Worst Enemy
Say it with me: The thing standing in the way of me being a success with money is, yes, me. Capital M. Capital E. Self-sabotage can be one of the most damaging behaviors in our lives. It can hold us back with our relationships, our careers, and when it comes to our money, it can be particularly destructive. Fortunately, the Savvy Psychologist Dr. Ellen Hendriksen is on hand to help us get self-sabotage to stand down.
Mar 08, 2017
Episode 47: AgeProof! Living Longer Without Running Out Of Money Or Breaking A Hip
No matter how long you think you're going to live, chances are you're going to live longer. Especially if you're a woman. And since your health and financial life are critically intertwined, I joined forces with Dr. Michael Roizen of the Cleveland Clinic to literally write the book — out just this week — to help you AgeProof your life.
Mar 01, 2017
Episode 46: All You Need To Know About Sex And Money, But Were Afraid To Ask!
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.
Feb 22, 2017
Episode 45: No More Excuses
Investing isn't hard, but we know taking the first step can be. Did you know women are actually better investors than men, yet they tend to make more excuses for not starting?
Feb 15, 2017
Episode 44: Moneyball, The Dating Edition
Just in time for Valentine's Day... If you, your adult kids or your friends are single and looking, it may be time to run the numbers.
Feb 08, 2017
Episode 43: How To Fund Your Startup Idea
Do you feel like your business idea is an impossible dream? It doesn't have to be.
Feb 01, 2017
Episode 42: The Future Of Work
Is your job "have laptop, will travel"? Or more "Home Alone"? Or are you still part of the 9-to-6 (and counting) workforce and are looking for solutions to give you more of a life?
Jan 25, 2017
Episode 41: Life Happens! You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers
I believe people seek financial advice when something major happens in their lives: a marriage, a divorce, a new baby, a new job, a job loss or a death in the family. That's why Kelly and I decided to dedicate another episode of HerMoney to your most pressing questions.
Jan 18, 2017
Episode 40: Is Work-Life Balance Possible? Get Rid Of The Guilt, For Good
Work-life wellness expert Samantha Ettus says the answer to that question is yes.
Jan 11, 2017
Episode 39: New Year, New (Richer) You
We were looking for a little kick in the financial butt to get us off to a smashing start in 2017 — so we invited Tiffany Aliche (rhymes with ceviche), "The Budgetnista," to make a house call.
Jan 04, 2017
Episode 38: Your New Year’s Resolution: Granted
A perennial on the list of the top New Year's Resolutions: "Spend less, save more."
Dec 28, 2016
Episode 37: The She-Wolves Of Wall Street
It's science: Women are better investors than men.
Dec 21, 2016
Episode 36: Get Present Over Perfect With Shauna Niequist
Are you feeling frantic this holiday season? How about on a daily basis?
Dec 14, 2016
Episode 35: Millennial Money 101
There's no disputing that millennials have had it rough — taking it all in as their parents stressed through the recession and graduating college in a lousy job market with a mountain of student loan debt. But that was yesterday.
Dec 07, 2016
Episode 34: How To Pay For College Without Going Broke
The earlier release of the FAFSA (Free Application For Federal Student Aid) this year has brought on a lot of confusion and stress. We're here to help.
Nov 30, 2016
Episode 33: When Is A Sale Not Really A Sale? And Other Truths You Need This Shopping Season
Before you start shopping this holiday season, this episode is full of tips and tricks you need.
Nov 23, 2016
Episode 32: How A Shark Got Her Fins
You may know that Barbara Corcoran, real estate mogul and ABC "Shark Tank" investor, parlayed a $1,000 loan from a friend into a $5 billion empire. But how about the fact that in order to triumph, she — like so many of us — needed to declare war on the negative voice inside her head.
Nov 16, 2016
Episode 31: Get Paid More (For Doing What You Love)
Are you happy with your job? Or do you feel like you're wasting time in the wrong career — but don't know what your next move would be anyway?
Nov 09, 2016
Episode 30: The Power Of Positivity
Would you believe me if I told you that you could jet around the world in six-figure style for only $300? We'll teach you how your credit card points and airline miles can make it possible for you.
Nov 02, 2016
Episode 29: Work Because You Want To, Not Because You Have To
Work because you want to, not because you have to. How good does that sound? Radio host, columnist and my friend Clark Howard knows more about how to save money than anyone I know.
Oct 26, 2016
Episode 28: Call Your Girlfriends!
What's it like to be in business with your best friend? Ann Friedman, co-host of the hot podcast for besties everywhere, Call Your Girlfriend, joins us for some no-holds-barred conversation on this week's episode of HerMoney.
Oct 19, 2016
Episode 27: Oh, Grow Up!
Do you make your financial decisions based on fear? Stress? Guilt? Impulse? Or some all-too-random combination of the above? We dive into a better way to go about it.
Oct 12, 2016
Episode 26: LIVE From FinCon, Where Money Nerds Unite
HerMoney recently took a road trip to San Diego, California, to record a LIVE episode from FinCon, the world's largest financial content expo.
Oct 05, 2016
Episode 25: House Beautiful Or Money Pit?
We invited Angie Hicks, founder of Angie's List, to drop by.
Sep 28, 2016
Episode 24: Time Is Money. Productivity Expert Laura Vanderkam Teaches Us How To Get More Of Both
168 hours. That's how many each of us have in a single week.
Sep 21, 2016
Episode 23: Share The Wealth
Would you tell a friend what you get paid? Would you do it if you knew it would help her get paid fairly?
Sep 14, 2016
Episode 22: You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers
Your questions have been rolling in over Twitter, Facebook and email. And so this week we decided to devote the entire episode to answering them.
Sep 07, 2016
Episode 21: Health, Wealth And Self
If you want the next half of your life to be just as good as the first, then you've got to get a grip on these three things, says Jo Ann Jenkins, the new CEO of AARP.
Aug 31, 2016
Episode 20: High Risk, High Reward! theSkimm Founders Share Their Story And Goal Of Empowering Millennial Women
Confession: Carly Zakin and Danielle Weisberg started theSkimm — the daily email newsletter you, I, and 3.5 million other readers start their morning with — by floating it on their credit cards.
Aug 24, 2016
Episode 19: Randi Zuckerberg On Using Tech To Simplify Your Life — Financial And Otherwise
As my listeners know, I'm good with money. Tech? Not so much. But after interviewing technology and social media expert Randi Zuckerberg, I feel much better. And I think you will, too.
Aug 17, 2016
Episode 18: What’s A Want Versus A Need? Sarah Newcomb Answers The Loaded Question
A bubble bath, a nice scotch and some slow jazz? Which are wants? Which are needs? I thought I knew until I sat down with behavioral economist Sarah Newcomb for this week's episode of HerMoney.
Aug 10, 2016
Episode 17: Brené Brown Makes Sense Of Why Money Makes Us Feel So Vulnerable — And How To Deal
To paraphrase Sara Bareilles: We want to see you be brave managing your money. And who better to inspire us to get there than best-selling author and preeminent TED talker Dr. Brené Brown?
Aug 03, 2016
Episode 16: Live Longer, Live Younger! Your Best Age Is Now With Dr. Robi Ludwig
No more midlife crises! Tired of all the negative talk surrounding the word "midlife"? So was my friend and psychotherapist Dr. Robi Ludwig — so much so, she wrote a book about it: "Your Best Age Is Now."
Jul 27, 2016
Episode 15: How To Put $500 A Month Back In Your Pocket And Jump-Start Your Savings Plan!
How To Put $500 A Month Back In Your Pocket And Jump-Start Your Savings Plan! When To Save Vs. When To Splurge. Plus, Learn How To Start Tracking Those Savings. It's addictive!
Jul 20, 2016
Episode 14: It’s All About Me! How To Take Credit — Without Being Called A B****. Plus Actress Ali Sweeney On ID Theft!
How can women learn to be more assertive at work and at home without being called bitchy? Dr. Ben Sorensen, a charismatic leadership trainer and executive coach, knows how.
Jul 13, 2016
Episode 13: Jane Bryant Quinn On How To Make Your Money Last As Long As You DO!
I am so proud to call Jane Bryant Quinn a friend as well as a mentor. You know her as a female pioneer and personal finance advocate, trusted by millions as a columnist for Newsweek, a reporter for CBS News and a prolific author, but to me, she is an inspiration. Jane showed me –– and so many others –– there was a space in the world for women to talk in a smart, intelligent and understandable way about money.
Jul 06, 2016
Episode 12: You Don’t Have To Be Perfect, Just Good Enough With Rene Syler
"I lost my job, I lost my breasts, I lost my hair and I found myself." That's Rene Syler, former anchor for CBS News' The Early Show, on HerMoney explaining what happened in a tumultuous two years of her life.
Jun 29, 2016
Episode 11: When A Spender And A Saver Say ‘I Do,’ How Do They Manage The Money? A Candid Chat With Author Jennifer Weiner
Candid. If I had to pick one word to describe Jennifer Weiner, author of "Good in Bed," "In Her Shoes" and so many other great reads, I'd pick that one. Though, smart, funny and fearless also come to mind. I knew I wanted her on the podcast the minute I read her frank essay about the fact that she and her new husband are polar opposites financially.
Jun 22, 2016
Episode 10: Will The 50-Year-Old You Be Mad At The 25-Year-Old You? Talking Time-Tested Money Principles With Dave Ramsey
Dave Ramsey asks, "Will The 50-Year-Old You Be Mad At The 25-Year-Old You?" This week I traveled to Nashville to sit down with financial powerhouse Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruze. We talk about how the baby steps to take control of our own financial lives haven't changed in the 25 years Dave and I have been doing this – and how they have.
Jun 15, 2016
Episode 9: How I Found $1,000 And Learned About Grit From Ad Aces Linda Kaplan Thaler And Robin Koval
Grit – and a grand! In this episode of HerMoney, I fill you in on how I found over $1,000 in missing money (my own, embarrassingly) and how you can do the same. And, I get the down and dirty on GRIT and how the power of Guts, Resilience, Initiative and Tenacity can take you from ordinary to extraordinary.
Jun 08, 2016
Episode 8: Your Money, Your Kids. The Opposite Of Spoiled With Ron Lieber
Tell your children how much money you make! That’s what Ron Lieber, NYT best-selling author, personal finance columnist and father says to do if you want to raise kids who are grounded, giving and yes, smart, about money.
May 31, 2016
Episode 7: Slim Body, Fat Wallet: America’s Toughest Trainer, Jillian Michaels, On Habits That Breed Success In Both
We all know Jillian Michaels is an expert at getting people motivated to change their lives, but she struggles with a work/home balance just like the rest of us. Jill admits money is an uncomfortable topic for her, but she sees psychological parallels in building strong fitness and financial habits.
May 23, 2016
Episode 6: Giada De Laurentiis On Building A Brand – And Being Heard And Respected In A Male-Dominated Industry
This week on HerMoney: Building your brand, honing your credit and Giada De Laurentiis. The Food Network star and restaurateur talks candidly about rising to the top in the male-dominated food world and how hard it’s been to be both heard and respected.
May 15, 2016
Episode 5: Joanna Coles, Editor-In-Chief Of Cosmopolitan Magazine On Sex, Money And Power
Sex. Money. Power. Joanna Coles, the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan, is very much in tune with the voice of her magazine. She is comfortable talking about anything. And this week nothing is off the table.
May 08, 2016
Episode 4: All-Star Investor Karen Finerman On The Costly Money Mistakes Many Women Are Making – And How Multitasking Is A Huge Waste Of Time
All-Star Investor Karen Finerman On The Costly Money Mistakes Many Women Are Making – And How Multitasking Is A Huge Waste Of Time
May 01, 2016
Episode 3: Eyes Wide Shut! Arianna Huffington Teaches Us How To Sleep Our Way To Success
Eyes Wide Shut! Arianna Huffington Teaches Us How To Sleep Our Way To Success.
Apr 24, 2016
Episode 2: Co-Creators Of Criminal, Phoebe Judge and Lauren Spohrer, On Turning A Passion Into A Business
How To Turn A Passion Into A Business. (A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Hit Podcast Criminal!)
Apr 17, 2016
Episode 1: Gretchen Rubin On Money And Happiness
Can Money Buy You Happiness? Yes! And: No. Easy habits to get yourself on a happier track.
Apr 07, 2016
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Mar 22, 2016