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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.

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Ep 319: Moving Past Rejection

May 18, 2022 05:00 - 43 minutes

What do you do when you’re told “no,” when what you really want is a yes? How can we pick ourselves up and move on, and turn our attention to new opportunities, or new people that want us? In this episode, we discuss how to handle rejection, with Jordan Lee Dooley, author of Embrace Your Almost. In Mailbag, we talk about making the most of social security, and helping an elderly parent with their budget. In Thrive, should you pay your parents when they babysit?

Ep 318: NFTs 101

May 11, 2022 05:00 - 47 minutes

What are NFTs? Non-Fungible Tokens. But what does that mean, exactly? We break it all down with Kelly Groehler, co-founder and CEO of Alice Riot.  We tackle your most pressing questions, including: Is it safe to invest in NFTs? Where and how do you buy an NFT? Do you need a special wallet? How do you open one?How do you identify which platforms to use when buying an NFT? How do you identify which NFT to buy?What is the risk? How much money should you start with?  In Mailbag, we tackle 529 col...

Ep 317: Senator Tammy Duckworth: Mother, Warrior, Senator

May 04, 2022 04:00 - 35 minutes

A very special discussion on career, motherhood, and so much more with Senator Tammy Duckworth, an Iraq War Veteran, Purple Heart recipient and Illinois Senator. She gets candid about her work, her journey into motherhood and special initiatives and legislation. In Mailbag, we answer questions on iBonds, mutual funds and taxes, and adding bonds to your portfolio. In Thrive, what you need to know about student loan scams in 2022.

Ep 316: Negotiating Medical Bills

April 27, 2022 05:00 - 49 minutes

What do you do when you get a medical bill that's more than you can afford? How do you negotiate, settle for less, or get your insurance company to step in and cover more? Today, we’re asking all those questions of Braden Pan, founder and CEO of Resolve, a company that negotiates your medical bills on your behalf, and to date has saved people more than $16 Million. In Mailbag, we talk money optimization tactics and market volatility.

Ep 315: The Economics Of Becoming An Influencer

April 20, 2022 04:00 - 40 minutes

The competition to be seen and heard on social media is fierce. So, what is life really like for an influencer, and how much do they earn? Kris Collins, “KallMeKris” has 43.3 million followers on TikTok, 5.5 million subscribers on YouTube and nearly 2 million followers on Instagram. She weighs in on what it really means to be an “influencer” and what it takes to build a brand using social media,. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on helping a family member choose a career, and the financial ste...

Ep 314: A Feminist Takes On Money

April 13, 2022 04:00 - 41 minutes

This week we’re talking about money with Rebecca Walker, editor of the book, “Women Talk Money: Breaking The Taboo.” Listen in as Jean and Rebecca talk money trauma, reimagining our relationships with money, financial lessons, and the gender and racial wealth gaps. In Thrive, we discuss the best books and educational sources for retirement, and in Thrive, the red flags women should look out for when job hunting.

Bonus Mailbag #36: Retirement 101

April 08, 2022 13:30 - 27 minutes

This week, we’re tackling your retirement questions, with certified financial planner Rose Niang. We talk about selling property vs. becoming a landlord, relocating to a cheaper part of the country, how to save when you’re starting late, and a Roth 403b vs. a Roth IRA. If you have a question you’d like Jean to tackle on an upcoming episode, please reach out to us at [email protected]

Ep 313: Redefining Power In Corporate America

April 06, 2022 04:00 - 42 minutes

Women — particularly women of color — are often asked to conform and perform in very specific ways in order to be accepted or taken seriously. It’s exhausting. This week, we’re discussing burnout, trauma, and how women of color can be respected for their full spectrum of ideas and perspective they bring to the workforce, with Deepa Purushothaman, author of THE FIRST, THE FEW, THE ONLY: How Women of Color Can Redefine Power in Corporate America. In Mailbag, we take questions on the best option...

Ep 312: How To Make Friends As An Adult

March 30, 2022 04:00 - 43 minutes

Forging new friendships. For adults, it can be tough. We’re talking befriending and de-friending, celebrating, apologizing, and everything in-between, with Amy Weatherly and Jess Johnston, authors of the book, “I’ll Be There (But I’ll Be Wearing Sweatpants).” We talk internet friendships, cheap dinner parties, friendship apps, and more. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on annuities and health insurance. And in Thrive, how we blow our wedding budgets (and how to save). 

Bonus Mailbag #35: Launching Financial Grown-Ups

March 25, 2022 04:00 - 29 minutes

Are you looking to inspire a young adult in your life to become financially responsible and independent? We sit down with Bobbi Rebell, CFP and author of “Launching Financial Grownups” to take your questions. We cover: How to teach your kids to be good with money when you aren’t great yourself, what to say to an adult child who needs financial help when you need to save for your own goals, and how to teach your kids to budget and prioritize money when they have zero interest. If you have a qu...

Ep 311: CEO Lessons With Ursula Burns

March 23, 2022 04:00 - 47 minutes

Ursula Burns paved the way for so many women — particularly women of color — to gain a seat at the table, and to have our voices heard. She sits down with Jean this week for a candid conversation about career, race, family, and so much more. Ursula is the retired Chairman and CEO of Xerox, the founding Partner of private equity firm Integrum Holdings, and under President Barack Obama, she led the White House national program on Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Listen in as Je...

Ep 310: Pay Up: The Change Women Need Now

March 16, 2022 05:00 - 43 minutes

What do women actually need, now, in 2022, to get back into the workforce and have fruitful and meaningful careers and lives? Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and author of the new book, “Pay Up: The Future of Women and Work” joins us to discuss. (No, we don’t just need to break the glass ceiling — we need to rebuild the foundation of work itself.) In Mailbag, we tackle annuities, and getting a will and trust. And in Thrive, the top financial scams of 2022, and how to avoid them.

Ep 309: Mental Health: You Are Not Alone

March 09, 2022 05:00 - 51 minutes

It’s time we took a critical look at our mental health. If you’re struggling, you are not alone. We chat with Melissa Bernstein, co-founder of toy company Melissa & Doug, and creator of LifeLines, a mental health platform that helps women who are struggling. She gets tactical about how we can truly take care of ourselves, and offers techniques for surviving — and thriving. In Mailbag, we discuss leftover money in a 529 and spending in retirement. In Thrive, what to do if you haven’t been able...

Bonus: Your Portfolio, War, Inflation & More

March 05, 2022 17:49 - 32 minutes

In this special on the stock market and the economy, we discuss what's happening on the world stage, and what it means for your money. We take a look at what you need to know about inflation, covid, the situation in the Ukraine, and a possible recession, as it relates to your portfolio, your 401(k), your IRA, your mortgage, your plans to buy a home, and so much more. With Ben Keys, an economist at Wharton.

Ep 308: The Change Black Women Need Now

March 02, 2022 05:05 - 49 minutes

Essential change is needed today for Black women in corporate America. How can we bridge the racial wealth gap and tackle the challenges Black women face in their careers, with retirement, and building wealth? FIRE coach Dr. Lakisha Simmons tells us how we can use this transition period in corporate America to ensure that more Black women are elevated to the C-suite, secure higher salaries, and invest. In Mailbag, we discuss paying down credit card debt before getting married, and how much to...

Ep 307: Finance For The People

February 23, 2022 05:00 - 51 minutes

Why does so much financial advice only apply to the wealthy few? It's a question asked (and answered!) by Paco de Leon, founder of The Hell Yeah Group financial firm for creatives, and author of the book, Finance for the People: Getting a Grip on Your Finances. She breaks down the money education we all need today, no matter how much we earn. In Mailbag, we talk about saving in an IRA if you’re unemployed, and finding a fiduciary when you’re already financially savvy. In Thrive, the morning r...

Ep 306: Cooking & Food Budget Hacks

February 16, 2022 05:00 - 49 minutes

It’s time for some excitement in the kitchen, and ideas for how we can create new food favorites — and save money while we’re at it. Leanne Brown, chef and author of bestselling cookbook Good and Cheap breaks down how to eat well on $4.00 a day, and hacks for grocery shopping and preventing food waste. In Mailbag, retirement and savings priorities, and in Thrive, conversations to have before you get married. P.S. If you haven’t already joined the HerMoney Council, we’d love to have you with us!

Bonus: Dating Apps, Love & Money

February 14, 2022 05:00 - 34 minutes

If dating apps just haven’t been working for you, you aren't alone. Not only are we spending more time on them than ever, we're also spending more money. So, how can we put our best foot forward to meet someone in 2022, without spending a fortune (and without meeting a Tinder Swindler)? Bela Gandhi, CEO of Smart Dating Academy, breaks down how to meet your perfect match... And to everyone in our HerMoney family, WE <3 YOU!!!  P.S. If you haven’t already joined the HerMoney Council, we’d love ...

Ep 305: Stop! When Doing Less Is The Right Money Move

February 09, 2022 05:05 - 49 minutes

When we start losing our hard-earned money in the market, we want to put a stop to it. We want to take action. But statistically, we know that investors who stay the course do better over time than those who try to time the markets. Jinny Uppal, author of “IN/ACTION: Rethinking the Path to Results," dishes on why we should stop listening to the voice in our head that tempts us to a default action path. "The belief that ‘I am the one who can control the outcome with my action,’ makes us take m...

Ep 304: Financial Confidence? Sign me up!

February 02, 2022 05:02 - 46 minutes

What does it mean to be financially confident? What about financially responsible? And how can we do it all during an era when our goals are ever-shifting? Because we all want to become more financially conscious along the way, too. Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, author of Financial Adulting, dishes on all. In Mailbag, we discuss ESPPs and how to set up a trust to ensure that your children get all your money, not your husband’s new spouse. And in Thrive, the couple’s guide to setting 2022 financi...

Ep 303: Crypto 101

January 26, 2022 05:02 - 46 minutes

We've got a rundown on everything you wanted to know about investing in Bitcoin (or any other form of cryptocurrency) how to open a Coinbase (or other crypto trading) account, how much to invest, and more. If you're still sitting on the sidelines asking, "Should I?" or "Am I too late?" then this episode is for you. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who’s son’s “Plan B” college choice turned out to be the BEST decision, and how to adjust 529 allocations during volatile times. In Thrive, how ...

Ep 302: Get Hired In 2022 (And Earn More!)

January 19, 2022 05:01 - 43 minutes

We dig into how you find a new job, how to get paid more for it, how far you can push employers when it comes to flexibility, salary and other perks, and how to write that resignation letter that’s been keeping you up at night. We do it all with Kathryn Minshew, CEO of The Muse. In Mailbag, we talk salary negotiation and refinancing student loans. P.S. Interested in joining our HerMoney Council? If so, you'll become one of our advisors. You'll weigh in on research, events, content, big ideas...

Ep 301: Think Machiavellian And Win Your Career

January 12, 2022 05:14 - 48 minutes

During the pandemic, we lost 30 years of progress for women in the workforce. Today, more than 80% of CEOs are male, and women are often "punished" when they ask for a raise. We. Must. Take Action. Stacey Vanek Smith, author of “Machiavelli for Women" is here to help. Her book has been heralded as THE handbook for any woman who is ready to learn how to wield her power unapologetically and finally break that glass ceiling for good. In Mailbag, we talk raises and 401(k)s, ad in Thrive, how to m...

Ep 300: This One's For You!

January 05, 2022 06:05 - 46 minutes

Drumroll, please! Not only is it our first episode of 2022, it also happens to be number 300 in this amazing HerMoney journey that we’ve all been on together since 2016… This week, we're doing a special Mailbag edition where our listeners call in and ask Jean their questions directly! Listen in as Jean advises on retirement and family planning, target date funds and a lost job. P.S. Don't forget to take our listener survey for a chance to win prizes!

Bonus Mailbag #34: A Better Financial New Year

December 30, 2021 05:30 - 25 minutes

Where do you stand with your financial resolutions, and how can you make 2022 the year you reach your goals? We sit down with Meredith Stoddard, Vice President of Life Events Planning at Fidelity Investments, to answer your top questions, including how to save in an HSA and an emergency fund, getting a new job, asking for a raise, saving for retirement, and more. From all of us at HerMoney, Happy New Year!

Ep 299: Turn Your Clutter Into Cash

December 29, 2021 05:15 - 47 minutes

Ready to get organized and make money? We're walking you room-by-room to decide what’s worth keeping, what should be thrown away, what should be donated, and what should be sold. Professional organizer Anna Bauer walks us all through how to get a perfectly organized closet. In Mailbag, questions on long term care insurance, and on upgrading to an electric SUV.  In Thrive, the foods you should buy in bulk in order to save money. 

Bonus Mailbag #33: Investing For All Your Goals

December 24, 2021 07:40 - 36 minutes

Wondering how best to invest for life’s myriad short- and long-term goals? Investing the “right” way is a complicated topic, with no single answer. That’s why on this week’s Bonus Mailbag, we tackle your investing questions, with the help of Ryan Viktorin, VP at Fidelity. Jean and Ryan advise listeners on what to do with liquid funds saved for a down payment on a house, selling investments in a taxable account, saving for retirement and more. Got a question for us? Write to us at [email protected]

Ep 298: Doing Well + Doing Good

December 22, 2021 05:02 - 46 minutes

This week, we're talking about investing for good — investing in the kinds of companies and funds that allow you to earn a profit, but that also have a hand in helping make our world a better place. Many companies are looking to elevate women, they're carbon neutral, and they're fighting the same fight for social justice and change that we are. But where do we even begin? Jean Case, CEO of the Case Impact Network and founder of For What It’s Worth, tells all. In Mailbag, listen closely and yo...

Ep 297: Single Women And Money

December 15, 2021 06:00 - 47 minutes

Today, the population of single women in the U.S. is 60 million. And while we have buying power, careers, and vibrant lives, in so many cases, single women are just ignored. And often, they get left behind, financially speaking. Jill Gianola, author of “Single Women and Money" tells us how we can work towards a place where single women can achieve all their goals. In Mailbag, how to retire at 55, and how to invest a holiday bonus. In Thrive, the 10 things we can do to combat climate change an...

Ep 296: The 90 Day Reset You Need For 2022

December 08, 2021 06:00 - 52 minutes

As we head into a New Year with high hopes for what it holds, we need goals. We need plans. And we need intention. Teneshia Jackson Warner, founder and CEO of EGAMI Group, tells us how to catapult ourselves from where we are to where we want to be, how to escape the 9-to-5 grind, embrace more risk, start a business, and pursue our biggest and boldest dreams. In Mailbag, we talk about asset allocation, and buying a new home before you sell your old one. In Thrive, ending a car lease early.  Pl...

Ep 295: Buying Your First Investment Property

December 01, 2021 10:47 - 42 minutes

This week we’re talking about buying property — specifically, buying your first investment property. We dive into how and where to find your first property, what to look for, what you should know as you search, how much you can expect to spend, and what you need to know about a mortgage. Liz Faircloth, co-founder of the Real Estate InvestHER community explains all (including pitfalls and compromises!) In Mailbag, we discuss financial gifts for a grandchild, and where to put additional savings...

Ep 294: How To Get Organized For 2022

November 24, 2021 11:58 - 56 minutes

What would it take for you to finally feel organized, and embody your “most productive self”? Julie Morgenstern, one of the world’s leading experts on organization, productivity and time management discusses home organization, scheduling, new routines, and how to get to a better place with our to-do list in 2022. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who just got a raise, we advise a listener in NYC on where to put her money, and we do a retirement readiness check for a listener in Hawaii. In T...

Ep 293: Inequality, Climate Change + The Jobs Of Tomorrow

November 17, 2021 06:00 - 49 minutes

The 21st century is going to be the most disruptive period humanity has ever lived through. By 2030, it’s estimated that 30% of all jobs will be impacted by automation, and in the decades to come, we’re going to see vast changes in the economy and in how we work. Brett King, author of “The Rise of Technosocialism" joins us to discuss. In Mailbag, we advise listeners on moving states + selling company stock. In Thrive, the 5 strategies you need for making a tough financial decision.

Ep 292: Healing From Racial Trauma In The Workplace

November 10, 2021 06:00 - 45 minutes

Women of color have long been denied equity in the workplace. Black women face racial trauma that ranges from blatant racism to microaggressions, to being overlooked for the best assignments or projects. Minda Harts, founder and CEO of The Memo, and author of “Right Within” joins us for an important discussion on how we can heal from racial trauma in the workplace. She shares a 5-step plan for addressing trauma, and what it means to be a good manager and ally. In Mailbag, how to pay for your ...

Ep 291: Caregivers Are Overwhelmed. Here’s How To Start Healing

November 03, 2021 05:00 - 40 minutes

Many caregivers are feeling more overwhelmed than ever as we head into year 2 of the pandemic. 79% of caregivers said that the decision to give their time and energies in such a way has set them back on a variety of fronts, including financial goals, social life, mental health and career. In this week’s episode, we’ve got solutions. Meredith Stoddard, Vice President of Life Events Planning at Fidelity Investments breaks down some of the most challenging things that women are facing, and discu...

Ep 290: Building Your Business During Tough Times

October 27, 2021 05:00 - 59 minutes

Yes, women lost more jobs than men during the pandemic, but we were also more than twice as likely to start a business than men. If you're looking to prioritize your entrepreneurial vision and find success, this episode is for you. We sit down with Amy Errett, CEO and founder of Madison Reed who who led her team through 130% growth and a 12 times increase in customer demand during the pandemic, without one single layoff. In Mailbag, we tackle a questions on asking parents for money, and what...

Bonus Mailbag #32: Financial Advisor 101

October 25, 2021 20:31 - 26 minutes

We answer all your questions about how to find an advisor, minimums required to work with an advisor, how often you should meet with your advisor, how to "break up" with an advisor, and so much more. We do it all with the help of Pam Krueger, Founder and CEO of Wealthramp. If you have questions for us for an upcoming episode, write to us at [email protected]!

Ep 289: Student Loan Strategies

October 20, 2021 05:00 - 48 minutes

We take a deep dive into student loans, the FAFSA, and the best borrowing strategies. We all have a unique financial situation, and where our kids decide to go to school, and what they decide to study has everything to do with the price tag of their education and their ability to pay down their debt. Thankfully, there are options for everyone, and Christine Roberts, Head of Student Lending at Citizens Bank, helps us break them all down. (Yes, we tackle the all-important “save, spend, or borr...

Ep 288: Investing For Short-Term And Long-Term Goals

October 13, 2021 05:00 - 47 minutes

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 advises a listener who is selling her home, and a woman who is wondering if she should have asked for a larger raise. In Thrive, the phrases you sho...

Bonus Mailbag #31: Saving For College

October 08, 2021 18:13 - 35 minutes

We're taking a deep dive into all things college + education costs, answering listener questions. (Got a question for us? Email us at [email protected]!) 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 you're in college, making up for lost time if you haven’t been able to save, how to help cover college costs for a niece and nephew, and more.

Ep 287: How To Retire Happy

October 06, 2021 19:40 - 45 minutes

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, and the best resources for young women just starting their financial lives (Hint: Our new HerMoney book, How To Money, is the perfect place to star...

Bonus Mailbag #30: Your IRA Questions, Answered

September 30, 2021 14:14 - 36 minutes

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 Savings Time Bomb. (You may have heard him on Episode 265: IRAs: Everything You Need To Know, and on Bonus Mailbag 26: The Ultimate Guide To IRAs.)...

Ep 285: Facing Financial Abuse

September 29, 2021 05:00 - 46 minutes

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 The One Love Foundation, and Rebecca, a woman who bravely shares her personal story of the financial abuse she endured, and was eventually able to...

Ep 284: An Insider’s Guide To Cars: Buying & Selling

September 22, 2021 05:00 - 1 hour

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 Mailbag, we talk about cars damaged in natural disasters, and saving for retirement in your 30s + following the FIRE movement. And in Thrive, how not to...

Ep 283: The Self Love, Self Worth Connection

September 15, 2021 05:00 - 52 minutes

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 and money, the pandemic's impact on Black women, and more. In Mailbag, we discuss prioritizing student loans, a 401(k) and emergency fund, and how ...

Ep 282: Finding Success Without Losing Yourself

September 08, 2021 05:00 - 53 minutes

“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 success really looks like. In Mailbag, we talk about saving too much + what to do with your car if you’re moving overseas. In Thrive, how to know i...

Bonus Mailbag #29: What To Wear: Tailoring, Thrifting and Work Attire

September 04, 2021 12:17 - 28 minutes

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 us for Episode 273: Help! I Have Nothing To Wear) is back to answer all your questions with her practical ‘best girlfriend’ style advice.

Ep 281: The Truth About Couples And Money 

September 01, 2021 05:00 - 45 minutes

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, we discuss how to have a "retirement budget" and paying for private elementary school. In Thrive, why you already have a prenuptial agreement…eve...

Ep 280: Taking Risks and Making Choices

August 25, 2021 05:00 - 53 minutes

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, author of Choose Possibility, offers the ultimate guide to decision-making and risk-taking for anyone who's ever been afraid of making the wrong c...

Bonus Mailbag #28: Paying For College + Retirement

August 23, 2021 16:03 - 27 minutes

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 like Jean to tackle, write to us at [email protected]!


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