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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 HerMoney 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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What does it mean to invest for the financial goals that we have outside of retirement, and how (and where) can we do more of it? Lorna Kapusta, Head of Women Investors at Fidelity, helps guide us through our questions about the money we'll need in 5, 10 or 15 years time. (Hint: There is a real opportunity cost to not investing.) In Mailbag, Jean a…
 
We're taking a deep dive into all things college + education costs, answering listener questions. (Got a question for us? Email us at mailbag@hermoney.com!) We sit down with Rita Assaf, squad leader for Retirement and College Leadership at Fidelity Investments, to help us tackle all your questions. Jean and Rita discuss: Paying for college while yo…
 
What really makes us happy when it comes to our money? We often talk about the numbers, but what about the joy? Wes Moss, author of What the Happiest Retirees Know, shares what the happiest retirees in the world have in common, and how we can all walk a more joyful path as we age. In Mailbag, we discuss starting to save for retirement in your 40s, …
 
We dive into all your questions on whether you can be “too IRA focused,” what the truth about backdoor Roths really is, and whether or not you need a “Super Roth.” We also talk about saving in a SEP IRA when you have a full-time job + a side gig, and rolling a 401(k) into an IRA, all with the help of Ed Slott, CPA and author of: The New Retirement …
 
This week’s episode tackles the sensitive topic of financial abuse, which may be difficult for some to hear. A staggering 99% of people in abusive relationships experience financial abuse, and this episode is dedicated to ensuring that all our listeners are able to get to a safe and secure place with their money. We sit down with Katie Hood, CEO of…
 
Are you looking to buy or sell a car? New and used vehicles have increased in price by 30% since the start of the pandemic, and women buy or jointly purchase 85% of all cars. This week, we take a deep dive into all your car questions, whether you're looking to buy new, buy used, or sell, with Scotty Reiss, founder of A Girls Guide to Cars. In Mailb…
 
This week we dive into all things body positivity, self-love, health and wellness, with Jessamyn Stanley, an internationally acclaimed voice in the wellness space. She’s the author of two books: Every Body Yoga and YOKE: My Yoga of Self Acceptance, which explores issues of self-love, body-positivity, and race. We discuss the intersection of health …
 
“Success” can be a loaded word — the journey there is not always healthy. There are sacrifices. There is burnout. And sometimes big paychecks translate into big headaches. But it’s possible to walk a path to greatness that feeds our soul without crushing it. Brad Stulberg, author of The Practice of Groundedness, shares what a sustainable model for …
 
Need a wardrobe refresh? In this week’s bonus Mailbag, we’re dishing on everything that goes into our closets. What should we be looking for at thrift stores? Is tailoring really worth it? What about dry cleaning? And when we head back to the office, what should we be wearing to work? Fashion and beauty expert Jacqui Stafford (who recently joined u…
 
44% of couples admit to arguing about money, and 18% of us identify money as our greatest relationship challenge. The truth is, we all need to be talking about our money more — a lot more. Stacey Watson, head of Life Event Planning at Fidelity Investments, shares how couples can get to a better, more empowered place in our relationships. In Mailbag…
 
The reason why risks seem like such a big deal is because we never really know if we’re going to be successful. We might fail. But what if we could approach our risk-taking with a better understanding of what’s required to achieve lasting success? Or with more faith that we could find a silver lining in the face of failure? Sukhinder Singh Cassidy,…
 
How can we ensure a healthy retirement for ourselves + a successful financial start for our children? This Mailbag-only episode is all about college and retirement. We talk 529s, 401(k)s. paying for college as a single mom, life insurance, and what to do if you're facing college bills + retirement in quick succession. If you have a question you'd l…
 
How often do you say "yes" to things you don't want to do? We all have our boundaries tested from time to time, but we have to guard our free time and protect our sanity. The good news is, it can be done! Terri Cole, psychotherapist and author of Boundary Boss, helps us all learn how to say “no” when we’re used to saying “yes,” and put up guardrail…
 
Even though we're back sharing real-life hugs and kisses instead of just texting digital hearts back and forth, the truth is, we're lonely. 61% of Americans report being lonely, despite the fact that we're all more "connected" now than at any point in history. Adam Smiley Poswolsky, millennial workplace expert, and author of Friendship in the Age o…
 
What is "rich" to you? How much are you looking to save before you feel "comfortable"? Tori Dunlap, CEO of Her First 100k is dedicated to fighting financial inequality for women, and is here to teach us all how to negotiate, the importance of maxing our Roth IRAs, and how to budget without depriving ourselves of what we love. In Mailbag, we break d…
 
Whether you’re planning on buying, selling, renting a property, refinancing, or just waiting out this crazy market, we’ve got you covered. In this dedicated Mailbag episode, Jean tackles questions on rental properties and cohabitation agreements, how income from rental properties should be added into our retirement equations, and how best to use an…
 
We know of absolutely no one whose careers were a straight-arrow trajectory, who absolutely loved very single job they've ever had. Sometimes, our jobs suck. Sometimes, we feel stuck. But we can always pivot, reinvent and find what’s been missing in our careers. Ashley Stahl, author of You Turn: Get Unstuck, Discover Your Direction, Design Your Dre…
 
Americans drank more — a lot more — last year. Alcohol sales were up by 54%, and women’s “heavy drinking days” increased by 41%. With wine-fueled 5K races, after-work happy hours and boozy brunches, we are surrounded by alcohol. This week we’re talking about it all with Laura McKowen, author of the bestselling memoir, We Are The Luckiest: The Surpr…
 
There’s been a shift in the job market. More jobs can be done remotely than ever before. More companies are hiring. And — great news — salaries are on the rise. So, how do you stand out and secure one of these jobs for yourself? Irina Novoselsky, CEO of CareerBuilder​, weighs in on all, including the biggest areas for growth, and how women can exce…
 
What should we wear to work? What looks good in the modern office? Fashion and beauty expert Jacqui Stafford gives us a rundown on the investment pieces we need in our wardrobe now + forever. In Mailbag, we discuss long term care premiums, how to encourage a child to spend less and save more, and how to become a financial planner. In Thrive, are yo…
 
Are you an investor? Do you want to be more successful at playing the markets? In this episode, we're looking at what makes a “great” investor, and how we can all get there. This week, we're joined by William Green, author of the book: Richer, Wiser Happier: How the World’s Greatest Investors Win in Markets and Life, and Laura Geritz, CEO and Found…
 
What’s at the top of your list of needs? Specifically, your financial needs? Maybe — just maybe — you need a budget. At HerMoney, we would argue that everyone does, and so would our guest this week, Jesse Mecham, founder of You Need A Budget. Listen in as Jesse advises us how to break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle, get out of debt, and save more m…
 
Americans spent $143 billion on mobile apps in 2020. Since the pandemic began, Amazon's sales have grown by more than 40% and its stock nearly doubled. But who is really winning and losing in one-click America? Alec MacGillis, author of the new book"Fulfillment" tells us what Amazon is doing to our hometowns, our wallets and even our brains. In Mai…
 
Over the course of the last year, it seems change happened all around us — but this week’s episode is for those who are aspiring to change themselves. Dr. Katy Milkman, author of "How To Change" discusses how our daily decisions affect our prosperity and our happiness, and how to create real and lasting change in our lives. We also discuss women an…
 
Nearly 16 million people have moved recently, and millions more looking to create more beautiful living spaces. But how do we know where to start, how much to spend, or what’s really going to have the biggest impact? Interior designer James Farmer joins us to share how we can make our spaces more personal and beautiful, all while sticking to a budg…
 
Dr. Jen Gunter, “Twitter’s resident OB/GYN,” and author of the bestseller, “The Vagina Bible,” joins us for a candid discussion about what it really means to go through menopause — not just to survive it, but to move through it in a better, more empowered way. She discusses takeaways from her new book, “The Menopause Manifesto,” and we dispel some …
 
Are nuptials in your future? Whether you're a bride, a bridesmaid or a guest, things look different this year. Many brides are hosting “minimonies" with smaller crowds, getting married in private homes, and spending less on everything, including dresses. Enter Grace Lee and Monica Ashauer, co-founders of Birdy Grey, bridesmaid attire company, known…
 
There’s so much to unpack with IRAs — individual retirement accounts — that we did a dedicated Mailbag episode to tackle your most pressing questions. Jean joins expert Ed Slott, CPA and author of The New Retirement Savings Time Bomb to answer listener questions on SEP IRAs, Roth IRAs, IRA rollovers, IRA contributions, IRAs vs. 401(k)s and so much …
 
This week we’re tackling all things IRAs — individual retirement accounts — because there is SO much there: traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, IRA conversions, SEP IRAs, spousal IRAs, backdoor contributions and more. Jean sits down with Ed Slott, CPA and author of "The New Retirement Savings Time Bomb" to take a deep dive into all things IRAs, and what t…
 
Our families are a big reason why so many women stepped out of the workforce during COVID. But after putting others first for over a year now, it's time to get back on track with a real financial check-up. Sangeeta Moorjani, Executive Leader for Workplace Investing at Fidelity, breaks down the main building blocks to a solid financial plan and tell…
 
The majority of women — 77% — say they see money in terms of what it can do for their families. And while family = life, your money is the tool that’s going to get you where YOU want to go. Chelsea Brennan, founder of Smart Money Mamas, talks about the new investing rules for 2021 and beyond. We also talk career breaks + budgeting for life events. …
 
More than 85% of women are stressed about their finances, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Tiffany Aliche, The Budgetnista, tells us all how to “get good” with our money, how to take control of our finances, and get a handle on exactly where we’re headed. Tiffany takes us step-by-step through some important ways we can attain financial security …
 
70% of us are planning to redecorate our homes this year. Are you one of them? Tiffany Brooks, host of HGTV’s “Smart Home” and “Rock The Block" shares some of her favorite design touches and walks us room-by-room through a home. She shares the most impactful changes we can make, particularly if we’re on a budget. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on …
 
What should we be doing now to earn more? To not only know our worth but be paid our worth? Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid, tells us how women can get recognized and rewarded at work and get paid what we deserve. We talk about networking during COVID, and networking internally once we’re hired, in a remote work environment. In Mailbag…
 
The gender confidence gap is real. So, what can we do? Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, authors of the book, “Living The Confidence Code” are here to empower the next generation of young women to make a difference in the world. The pair discuss the importance of role models who are real, and the pivotal cultural moment we’re in now for women’s leaders…
 
Are you rethinking what you want out of your working life, or looking for a new job? Almost half of us make a major career change at some point, but where do we start? Lindsey Pollak, author of, “Recalculating: Navigate Your Career Through the Changing World of Work” walks us through how to recalculate our careers with new networking techniques, ro…
 
While the future is definitely still female, the truth is, we lost far more women than men from the workforce this past year with COVID, many of them women over 50. How can older women reclaim their workplace power and confidence, and go boldly into this next stage of their careers? Bonnie Marcus, former CEO and author of the new book “Not Done Yet…
 
Despite the down economy and record unemployment, thousands of companies ARE hiring. If you lost your job or if you know that it’s time for a change, this show is for you. Dorianne St Fleur, founder and CEO of Your Career Girl, a career development agency for women of color, walks us through the best strategies for landing a new job and getting pro…
 
Are you distracted? Stressed? Unable to focus or sleep without thoughts racing? Us, too. Thankfully, neurologist and integrative medicine specialist Dr. Romie Mushtaq is here to help us cure our “busy brain,” minimize stress, and prevent burnout. She walks us through a mini meditation and offers concrete steps for finding calm. In Mailbag, we advis…
 
These days, it’s easy to spend $300,000 on four years of education. But what’s really “worth it”? How much should you be spending and where should you be negotiating? Ron Lieber, author of The Price You Pay For College breaks it all down for us. He tells us why college really costs so much, how to navigate the complexities of the financial aid syst…
 
Today we answer the two questions that Jean gets asked most often: When do I need a financial advisor, and how do I find one? Pam Krueger, founder and CEO of Wealthramp and host of Money Track, breaks it all down for us. We talk types of advisors, what a “fiduciary” does, and the steps to take if you’re ready to work with someone. In Mailbag, advic…
 
Are you swiping right on potential new partners? A majority of women say their dating lives aren’t going well, but apps are more popular than ever. What’s going on? Author Jon Birger says modern dating is in crisis, but he has a solution. In his new book Make Your Move: The New Science of Dating and Why Women Are in Charge, he tells us how we can t…
 
For the thoughtful, long-haul investor, the news this past week has been frustrating and confusing. What happened with GameStop? What is a “short sale” and how did the whole thing get started on Reddit? Karen Finerman, President of Metropolitan Capital Advisors, breaks it all down for us, and talks about what it means to invest with confidence. In …
 
From selling greeting cards at a local gift shop to $1 billion in lifetime sales — that’s the incredible path of artist Mary Engelbreit, who tells us how we can turn our art and creations into a valuable income stream. We talk about selling your products on Etsy vs. exhibiting in galleries, promoting yourself, and the journey from artist to entrepr…
 
Are you looking to make a change with a new job, career growth or a raise? Then listen to everything Rachel Rogers, CEO of Hello Seven, has to tell us this week! Rachel dishes on how to ask for more money, and what makes her say “yes” when one of her employees asks for a raise. She talks about how we can find roles that don’t just provide us with a…
 
Where are you spending? Where are you saving? Are you making truly meaningful decisions about your money? Are you making progress towards your bigger goals? Where do you want to be in 12 months? What about 12 years? Peter Polson, CEO of Tiller Money, walks us through budgeting basics, budgeting technologies, and a step-by-step guide to getting star…
 
When the time comes for us to support an elderly family member, finances are a big piece of the puzzle. But what does this mean for you, as a potential caregiver? You’ve got to start having discussions around money, retirement assets, and wills now — as in, today. We sit down with Cameron Huddleston, author of “Mom and Dad, We Need to Talk” for a s…
 
These last few months have turned our working lives upside down. Jean dives in to tackle your most pressing career-related challenges. We talk about making the transition from a high paying field into childhood education, how to save for retirement after a layoff, and how to prep your resume when you’ve been working for yourself for over a decade. …
 
Gabby Bernstein tells us how we can successfully move into 2021 with open minds, open hearts, and a healthy dose of optimism. As a lifestyle guru, a fixture on Oprah’s Supersoul Sunday, and #1 New York Times bestseller, Gabby has spent the last 15 years teaching meditation and changing lives. She offers her best tips for getting rid of our fears, d…
 
In this Mailbag-only episode, Jean dives into questions about life insurance (and how much of it we really need) and Dependent Care FSAs. Jean also advises a listener who's considering setting up a will or living trust, and counsels another woman who is curious about the “5 year lookback” that we’ve all heard about for Medicaid. Lastly, Jean advise…
 
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