Ep 356: Is America’s Workaholism Really Cured?
HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
by Jean Chatzky Her Money
4h ago
Post pandemic, many of us have taken a hard look at our jobs and realized that the relationship wasn’t exactly healthy. As a result, we’ve fought for some amazing changes, including higher salaries and greater flexibility. But how do we make those changes last in the midst of layoffs and an upcoming recession? Journalist Helaine takes us through the past, present, and future of work in America, and how we can keep pushing for workers’ rights. In Mailbag, we tackle questions on thrifty wedding planning and what to do after checking all the financial “boxes.” In Thrive, the best budgeting tips f ..read more
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Ep 355: Why a Recession Shouldn’t Hold Back Your Career
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by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1w ago
It’s becoming more and more likely that a recession will hit sometime this year. For some, that might mean pay cuts, hiring freezes, or layoffs. How can you continue to develop your career during a less forgiving job market? Lauren McGoodwin, founder of career building site Career Contessa, joins us to discuss how to tell whether your company is struggling in the current economy, how to prepare if you suspect layoffs are coming, and what steps to take to make your job search successful. In Mailbag, we answer a question about managing a lump sum retirement payout. In Thrive, the difference betw ..read more
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Ep 354: Protecting Your Finances in a Divorce
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by Jean Chatzky Her Money
2w ago
Divorce is complicated enough, but inflation and rising interest rates have made the process even more expensive. And given that women are more likely than men to struggle financially post-divorce, we have to be more strategic about protecting our money. Divorce attorney Lisa Zeiderman joins us to discuss everything we need to know about divorce in 2023, from prenups to spousal support. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who wants to declutter her house. In Thrive, 4 things to know about taxes in 2023. HerMoney is still conducting its annual Podcast Listener Survey. Take 8 minutes to help mak ..read more
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Ep 353: How to Protect Your Mental and Physical Health at Work
HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
by Jean Chatzky Her Money
3w ago
We dive into all things women’s health — from periods to abortions to menopause — and why we need to talk about it at work. Joining us is Joy Altimare, the Chief Revenue Officer of healthcare provider EHE Health. We get real about how much paid parental leave you should ask for, how companies should support employees who need abortions, why burnout is a women’s issue, and more. In Mailbag, we talk about alternatives to 529s and how to break out of a cycle of debt. In Thrive, 4 healthcare expenses you shouldn’t cut, even during a recession. HerMoney wants to hear from you! Take 8 minutes to fil ..read more
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Ep 352: Everything You Need to Know About the 2023 Economy
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by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
2022 was an economic rollercoaster. With stocks down, interest rates up, and inflation still hitting our wallets, where do we go from here? Award-winning economist Diane Swonk joins us to share her top financial takeaways from 2022 and her predictions for the new year. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener who contributes to her boyfriend’s mortgage, but doesn’t share official ownership of his house. In Thrive, how to get your finances organized in the new year. HerMoney wants to hear from you! Take 8 minutes to fill out our Podcast Listener Survey, and get the chance to score gift cards and Her ..read more
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Ep 351: Diversity, Inclusion, and the Future of Tech With Ellen Pao
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by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
A decade ago, Ellen Pao sparked the #MeToo movement in the tech industry when she filed a gender discrimination lawsuit against the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins. Since then, she’s worked to make tech a better place for women and people of color. Hear Ellen reflect on the industry's progress with diversity, why meritocracy in the workplace is a harmful myth, and how companies and employees in any field can make their workplaces more inclusive. In Mailbag, we hear from a listener whose parents are struggling to handle their finances because of memory issues. In Thrive, how to refresh you ..read more
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Ep 350: Lines Around The Block: The Most Popular Cookie For 27 Years
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by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
Levain cookies are some of the most sought-after treats in the country today, and if you haven’t stood in a line around the block to get them fresh out of the oven in New York City, chances are you’ve had them shipped to your door. This week we’re sitting down with founders Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald, who started Levain Bakery 27 years ago. They tell us about their journey, their product, and what it looks like to run and grow a successful bakery. We know you'll love their sweet story as much as we do ..read more
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Bonus: Holiday Tipping 101
HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
The holiday season is an amazing opportunity to show gratitude to all of the important people in your life. That's one reason why it can be a great time to bump up your tipping to the people who provide services that you depend on every day. But who do you tip? How much do you give for different services? Is it better to tip through cash, card, or even Venmo? And should we be tipping more because of inflation? Barbara Sloan, founder of Tipped Finance, weighs in on all. Take our annual podcast survey to give your feedback and be entered to win prizes ..read more
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Ep 350: Lines Around The Block: The Most Popular Cookie For 27 Years
HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
Levain cookies are some of the most sought-after treats in the country today, and if you haven’t stood in a line around the block to get them fresh out of the oven in New York City, chances are you’ve had them shipped to your door. This week we’re sitting down with founders Pam Weekes and Connie McDonald, who started Levain Bakery 27 years ago. They tell us about their journey, their product, and what it looks like to run and grow a successful bakery. We know you'll love their sweet story as much as we do ..read more
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Bonus: Charitable Giving 101
HerMoney with Jean Chatzky
by Jean Chatzky Her Money
1M ago
The holiday season is the perfect time to express gratitude for our loved ones and communities. (HerMoney is grateful for you!) Another part of that celebration is donating to our favorite charities. Two nonprofit experts join us to break down everything we need to know about giving back. Valerie Jones is a Certified Fundraising Executive who has spent 25+ years raising money for nonprofits. Adam Nash is the CEO of Daffy, a nonprofit that helps people donate through its donor-advised fund. They show us how to prioritize our giving for the biggest impact, donate our money in a tax-advantaged wa ..read more
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