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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 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. Want more money news when you need it? Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting, and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at HerMoney.com/subscribe!

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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. Want more money news when you need it? Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting, and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at HerMoney.com/subscribe!

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Episodes

Ep 411: How To Handle Mean Girls At Work With Rosalind Wiseman

2/21/2024
Do you prefer to have a male or female boss? Have you ever thought about why? A UCLA study analyzed responses from more than 60,000 people and found that women, even those who were managers themselves, were more likely to want a male boss than a female one. The participants explained that female bosses are “emotional,” “catty,” or “bitchy.” If we want more women in positions of power, we need this narrative to change. It’s so important that women respect their female colleagues and appreciate working for women in power. Rosalind Wiseman, author of Queen Bees and Wannabes, the inspiration for the Mean Girls franchise, hears from countless women that their workplace is like high school, and existing in that environment every day can be tough, if not impossible. Thankfully, Wiseman has excellent advice for finding allies in the workplace and handling conflict with your colleagues (yes, even when it’s super uncomfortable). In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who’s wondering if she should be the co-owner of a property she’s buying for a granddaughter, and we check in with someone who is considering taking a job at a company with terrible reviews… Should she bring this up in an interview? In our money tip of the week, is jetting off to somewhere sunny and warm to take a “workcation” a good idea? Join us! Snag all the latest episodes, savvy budgeting tips, investing advice and even giveaways via the HerMoney Newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:44:47

Ep 410: Why We’re Attracted To Our Money Opposites With Scott Rick

2/14/2024
In her most recent book, Women With Money, HerMoney CEO Jean Chatzky asked hundreds of women: “What do you want from your money?” Although womens’ answers were all over the map, they were all some form of safety and security. Would men say the same? Probably not, because we know that in general, women and men see money differently. With that in mind, this week we’re exploring how you and your partner can get on the same page when it comes to talking about money — even if you’re coming from completely different places. Scott Rick, author of “Tightwads and Spendthrifts: Navigating the Money Minefield in Real Relationships,” explains why we’re so attracted to our money opposites and how we can better understand each other this Valentine’s Day. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who doesn’t mix finances with her husband and is wondering what steps she needs to take to ensure she understands their financial picture. Another listener is moving in with her partner and wants to draw up a cohabitation document. In our money tip of the week, why we should all be taking a “financial health day” – especially during tax season! Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:43:33

Bonus: Discover Your MoneyType With Dr. Jennifer Leigh Selig

2/9/2024
Have you ever really thought about why you are the way you are with money? For most of us, it’s the result of how we’re wired, how we were raised, and the financial events and struggles we experienced along the way. Sometimes, how we think about money can be positive, and we can feel empowered with our finances… But other times the way we’re ingrained to think about money could be negatively impacting our mental and financial health in ways we’re not aware of. In other words, our MoneyType could be impacting all of our financial decisions! Dr. Jennifer Leigh Selig, the psychologist and researcher who created the five MoneyTypes joins us to break down the characteristics of the five types, and shares how taking the MoneyType quiz this Valentine’s Day can actually help deepen our bonds with our partners. Join us! Snag all the latest episodes, savvy budgeting tips, investing advice, and even giveaways via the HerMoney Newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! Have thoughts about the show that you’re dying to share? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:34:28

Ep 409: Your Roadmap to 2024 Career Success With Fran Hauser

2/7/2024
How are you feeling about your job? Depending on what industry you’re in, you may be concerned about layoffs or consolidation. A recent survey from Bankrate revealed that a whopping 88% of workers who are worried about their job security are planning to take action within the next year. These actions include everything from searching for new job opportunities and asking for raises, to relocating or even quitting altogether. Fran Hauser, author of “Embrace The Work, Love Your Career,” recommends sticking it out in your current role while you start putting out feelers. Listen in to hear her best advice on ensuring your career is layoff-proof including reevaluating your day-to-day tasks and making sure you’re working on projects that the executive team cares about. In Mailbag, a listener asks for a breakdown of high-yield savings accounts and how they work. We also hear from someone looking for courses and resources to help her become a financial coach. In our money tip of the week, how to do a financial checkup to make sure you’re not paying for things you don’t need (we’re coming for you, Netflix subscriptions!). Have thoughts about the show that you’re dying to share? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:48:37

Ep 408: Pay Off Your Debt In Baby Steps With Jade Warshaw

1/31/2024
Having kids is a huge life decision, and more American women are either delaying motherhood or choosing not to have kids at all. Despite the short-term plunge — and comeback — during the early years of the pandemic, the birth rates have been consistently trending down. There are a few reasons for this, namely, kids are really expensive, and millennials have a lot of student loan debt to pay off. Jade Warshaw, cohost and debt elimination expert on the Ramsey Show, found herself in almost half a million dollars of debt, but was able to completely change her financial life in order to ensure she could start the family she’d always dreamed of. In her new book, “Money’s Not a Math Problem,” she goes over the easiest ways to create a budget that works, pay down debt, and free yourself from negative money mindsets that may be holding you back. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who’s getting a jump start on taxes and is wondering whether to report her side gig to the IRS. We also hear from someone who just paid down her debt (yay!) and wants to know the best place to put the extra $300 she has a month. In our money tip of the week, Bitcoin ETFs were just approved… is now the time to buy? Have thoughts about the show that you’re dying to share? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:52:17

Ep 407: From Blogger to Media Mogul With Sami Sage

1/24/2024
While some may say 2023 may have been “the year of the girl,” we say, unapologetically, it was the year of the woman. Just take a look at Taylor Swift. In 2023, the term “Swiftonomics'' was coined — because Swift generated significant revenue, tourism, and jobs in every city where she performed. Like many other incredible women, she owned her power in a new way, and the world took notice. Betches Media took this concept — that ALL women should celebrate being powerful, and own our instincts to never back down — and they created a media empire out of it. Sami Sage, co-founder, and ​Chief Brand Officer of Betches Media joins us to talk about selling the brand, and why she’s not afraid to say that she cares about making and spending money in alignment with her goals. In Mailbag, we hear from someone who’s wondering if it’s worth it to maintain two credit cards, and Julia Chatzky asks about best practices for sharing a credit card with your partner. In our money tip of the week, is lifestyle creep affecting your savings? Here’s what to do about it. Have thoughts about the show that you’re dying to share? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:52:02

Ep 406: Teaching Kids About Money With Yanely Espinal

1/17/2024
Was money something you learned about in school? We’re not talking about math classes like geometry or pre-cal, we’re talking about personal finance — the art of managing our dollars. While some of us were lucky enough to learn personal finance from our parents, an aunt or another money-savvy family member, most of us never took a single personal finance class in school before we opened our first bank account. Yanely Espinal, author of Mind Your Money, Insightful Stories and Strategies to Help You Reach Your #MoneyGoals has made it her mission to teach kids the lessons she didn’t learn young, so they can make smarter decisions about money. Listen in for her number one piece of advice on teaching kids key personal finance lessons early. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who’s mentoring a teenager on how to manage her finances and is looking for next steps. We also check in with someone who’s filing for divorce and wondering if now is the right time to start collecting Social Security. In our money tip of the week, the cost of ignoring your finances is steep (we’re talking $2,000 a year). If you’ve been dragging your feet on creating a budget that works for you, join us for our next session of FinanceFixx on January 23rd. Have thoughts about the show that you’re dying to share? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think.  The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:51:18

Bonus: Social Security Clawbacks With Larry Kotlikoff and Terry Savage

1/12/2024
Last year, one million Americans got a letter in the mail – the Social Security Administration miscalculated their benefits. They had been overpaid, and now, the government wanted that money back within 30 days. How much money? In one couple's case, it was almost $70,000 and in another’s, it was $52,000. Most of us don’t have thousands of dollars to spare. Especially when we’re retired or nearing our retirement years, every dollar counts. So how do you prepare ahead of time if you’re one of the one million people to receive these letters — and is there a way to fight the system? Larry Kotlikoff and Terry Savage join us to discuss their new book “Social Security Horror Stories: Protect Yourself from the System and Avoid Clawbacks.” Listen in to hear what you can do to avoid Social Security clawbacks and the next steps if you receive a letter asking for repayment. Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:30:45

Ep 405: The 2024 Economy And What’s Really Happening, With Rana Foroohar

1/10/2024
A fresh New Year means it’s time to take a fresh look at the state of the economy. The U.S. economy has continued to grow at a stronger pace than expected, which has made many of us wonder what, exactly, happened to all of that recession talk a year ago? At the same time, we’ve also had a spectacular recovery of women in the workforce — with 75% of working-age women now have jobs. Plus, holiday spending late last year reached an all-time high, with Americans spending almost 10% more than they did last year on Cyber Monday. And yet, Americans are still feeling anxious about the economy. Rana Foroohar, Associate Editor at the Financial Times, joins us to explore why. We also go over her predictions for the state of the 2024 economy, and break down how those movements may impact your wallet. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who’s recently widowed and needs advice on where to start learning about personal finance, and we check in with someone with three jobs who has a question about her withholding on tax documents. In our money tip of the week, it’s #engagmentseason – should you be considering a lab-grown diamond? Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. Join us! Snag all the latest episodes, savvy budgeting tips, investing advice and even giveaways via the HerMoney Newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:44:45

Ep 404: Your 2024 Happiness Reset With Arthur C. Brooks

1/3/2024
The New Year is a time when many of us take a moment to reflect on how we did over the past year and plan our goals for the future. This past year, we’ve spent a lot of time thinking about how to make our work and home lives more fulfilling. According to the World Happiness Report, it’s working! The US is now the 15th happiest country overall. Let’s keep those good vibes going and start 2024 with a happiness reset. Arthur C. Brooks, co-author of Build The Life You Want: The Art and Science of Getting Happier says the key to happiness starts with focusing on these four pillars: faith, family, friendship, and work. And we discuss the one thing to avoid if your #2024goals are focused on getting your money right. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who got laid off during pregnancy and asks what to prioritize when she’s financially stable again and an aunt who’s curious about how to best help her nephew who was just released from prison. In our money tip of the week, if you’re a Boomer with a paid-off mortgage, now might be a great time to sell. Take our podcast and community survey! We can't wait to hear what you think. Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:55:22

Ep 403: 2024’s Biggest Trends with PureWow

12/27/2023
Blink and you’ll miss the latest trends taking over social media. As we say goodbye to 2023 and head into 2024, we look at a few trends that made us cringe this year — and the ones we’re most excited about for the New Year! Jillian Quint, Editor-In-Chief of PureWow joins us to discuss all things trending in the fashion, fitness, and finance space and the most exciting travel trend she’s seeing for 2024 (hint: think starry nights and unobstructed skies). In Mailbag, we hear from an older listener who asks what they should be paying for long-term care insurance, and we check in with a mom of four who’s ready to start building back up her retirement contributions but isn’t sure where to start. In our money tip of the week, should you pull your kids out of school to take advantage of off-peak season travel deals? More money news when you need it! Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting, and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:46:33

Ep 402: How To Fail, With Amy Edmondson

12/20/2023
“Move fast and break things.” That was Mark Zuckerburg’s now-famous early motto for Facebook. Fast forward to today, many budding startup founders have come to live by this idea — that if you’re not getting messy and failing often, you’re not making progress — and you’re definitely not creating the next Facebook. Recently though there’s been some backlash to this startup culture mentality (Ahem, the FTX scandal.) But where’s the balance? How can we encourage creativity and innovation and at the same time not move so fast that we harm others and look completely careless? Amy C. Edmondson, author of Right Kind of Wrong: The Art of Failing Well, explains the difference between “bad failure” and something she says we all should be seeking out in our day-to-day lives — “good failure.” In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who asks how to politely deal with a parent who insists on buying her gifts for the holidays, and we hear from someone who just filed for bankruptcy and is wondering what they should prioritize paying off first. For our money tip of the week, Costco recently started selling gold bars (that’s right, real gold bars) and can’t seem to keep them in stock. Should you buy one? Join us! Snag all the latest episodes, savvy budgeting tips, investing advice, and even giveaways via the HerMoney Newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:43:45

Bonus: The #Tradwife Trend And Our Culture With Anne Helen Petersen

12/15/2023
Trends say a lot about where we are as a culture… and some of them say a lot about what it means to be a woman with money in the 21st century. Thankfully, long gone are the days when men made all the money (and also controlled what it was spent on) while women cooked, cleaned, and greeted their husbands at the door with a hot meal every night. But recently, there’s been a growing trend on social media with the hashtags #tradwife (traditional wife) or #stayathomegirlfriend. What does this all mean for feminism in America in 2024? Anne Helen Petersen, author of the Substack “Culture Study” recently wrote about this phenomenon for Elle, and breaks down what’s really going on with #tradwife culture. Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:29:57

Ep 401: Financial Fallout And Our Economy With Bethany McLean

12/13/2023
While many of us would prefer to forget the pandemic ever happened, the choices we made (as a society and perhaps, personally) in 2020 continue to have lingering effects. We know that women were disproportionately affected by the pandemic — an estimated two million women left the workforce due to the strains of caregiving. So, did the government do a good job of protecting us? And how are policies that were put in place, (such as stimulus checks and extended unemployment) still affecting our wallets? Bethany McLean, co-author of: “The Big Fail: What the Pandemic Revealed About Who America Protects and Who It Leaves Behind” discusses why we all need to take the time to learn about the effects of global events on our personal economies. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who has a question about the 2026 change on estate tax exemption, and we hear from someone who’s wondering if they should transfer their credit card balance to a zero-interest card. For our money tip of the week, we discuss why the “set it and forget it” method of paying your monthly credit card bill could be hurting you financially. More money news when you need it! Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:42:38

Ep 400: Here’s to 400! AMA with Jean Chatzky

12/6/2023
We’ve been publishing the HerMoney podcast weekly for SEVEN years and we’ve never missed an episode, how crazy is that? This week, we’re doing a special Mailbag edition where our listeners call in and ask Jean their most pressing questions live! Listen in as Jean advises on protecting our wealth in uncertain times, the right time to take Social Security, budgeting an inheritance, and the best places to put your money to work once you’ve paid off your mortgage. More money advice when you need it! Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:45:02

Ep 399: Uncertainty And Your Investments With Maggie Jackson

11/29/2023
These days, things feel more uncertain than ever. Take the economy, for example. By almost any objective measure, we’re doing much better economically than we were three years ago, but the vibes are… off. So, what’s going on? For one, we’re still bouncing back from astronomically high prices due to inflation in 2021 and 2022. Mortgage rates are also at their highest levels in more than 20 years making it really difficult to buy a house. But while all of this uncertainty in the world may feel bad, uncertainty itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Maggie Jackson, author of Uncertain: The Wisdom and Wonder of Being Unsure says making hard decisions when we really don’t know the outcome is actually really good for our brains. Listen in to hear how uncertainty is important to lean into when we’re deciding where and how to invest our money. Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:51:02

Bonus: How Investing Is The Key To Unlocking Women’s Power With Gargi Pal Chaudhuri

11/24/2023
Our new show How She Does It with Karen Finerman delves into all things women, money, and power every week… But the truth is, we can’t talk about women in power without also looking at women’s financial power. Even now, in 2023, women are woefully behind when it comes to investing and realizing the kind of financial freedom that can only come from building wealth. Thankfully, there are incredible women working tirelessly to make that very thing happen, and Gargi Pal Chaudhuri, Head of iShares Investment Strategy Americas at BlackRock, is one of them. This week, she joins us to discuss what inspired her to become an investor, what keeps her going when she runs ultra-marathons, and why women are willing to save their money — but not as willing to invest their money. BLACKROCK and iSHARES are trademarks of BlackRock, Inc. or its affiliates (together “BlackRock”). The information provided in this communication is solely for educational purposes and should not be construed as advice or an investment recommendation. Any opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the views of BlackRock. BlackRock is not affiliated with HerMoney. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:33:03

Ep 398: The Last Girlboss with Marisa Meltzer

11/22/2023
What ever happened to the “girlboss”? There was Audrey Gelman founder of the women-only social club and networking space the Wing, Tyler Haney of sustainable workout brand Outdoor Voices, and perhaps the most popular of them all, Emily Weiss of the cult favorite beauty brand Glossier. Marisa Meltzer, author of Glossy: Ambition, Beauty and the Inside Story of Emily Weiss’s Glossier joins us to break down why most (if not all) of these girlboss empires have crumbled — and why we often give men a break when women are held to higher standards. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who is looking for advice on how to help her daughter improve her credit score, and we sit down with Christine Roberts, President of Citizens Pay, to discuss the best ways to pay for purchases over time. For our money tip of the week, our best advice for saving just a little bit of money if you feel like you can’t get out of the cycle of living paycheck-to-paycheck. Join the HerMoney community! For the latest episode drops and financial news-you-can-use, subscribe to our newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe! The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:51:17

Ep 397: The New Value Prop Of Financial Wellness Programs

11/15/2023
To dive into the data that just came out of HerMoney’s 2023 State of Women survey, the HerMoney Podcast team recently traveled to The Inc. 5,000 conference in San Antonio, Texas, to speak with members of the executive team at Principal Financial Group® and a LIVE audience of female entrepreneurs. It’s all going down on this week’s episode, and it’s a conversation you absolutely don’t want to miss because we dive into all the data — the good, the bad, and the misconceptions! For example, our survey found that 90% of employees at small and midsized businesses — an overwhelming majority — said that they want a robust benefits package, yet just 63% of small and midsized business owners said it was important to their employees… In other words, we have a serious disconnect between what employees want most and what employers are offering. We dive into why, what we can do about it, and how we can bridge those disheartening financial confidence gaps between men and women at the same time we’re getting more people engaged with their money. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:59:51

Ep 396: Shaping Your Authentic Self With Dr. Sara Kuburic

11/8/2023
Like many of us, Dr. Sara Kuburic had a hard time figuring out who she was. She woke up one day and didn't like (or recognize) the person staring back at her. In her new book: “It’s On Me: Accept Hard Truths, Discover Yourself, and Change Your Life,” she talks about all of the little decisions we make that shape who we are and how to become the people we want to be. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who wants to meet with a Certified Financial Planner but is finding it difficult to find someone she trusts and a recently retired widow who’s wondering when to start taking Social Security to minimize her tax bill in the long run. For our money tip of the week, we offer advice on how to minimize the growing cost of car ownership. More money news when you need it! Get the latest and greatest updates on all things investing, budgeting, and making money. Subscribe to the HerMoney newsletter at Hermoney.com/subscribe. The HerMoney with Jean Chatzky podcast is sponsored by Edelman Financial Engines. The podcast team and its host are neither employees nor clients of EFE, however, the show does receive fixed compensation and is a paid endorser and therefore has an incentive to endorse EFE and its planners. To learn more about the sponsorship, please visit PlanEFE.com/HerMoney. Please contact advertising@airwavemedia.com if you would like to advertise on our podcast, and to learn more about Airwave, head to www.airwavemedia.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Duration:00:50:44