Bonus Mailbag #10

Happy 4th of July HerMoney fam! To celebrate, we’re answering your questions. We discuss tuition reimbursement programs and the pros and cons of using a 0% APR credit card to cover it until your employer does. We bounce ideas around for one listener on how she can use her stellar financial habits — and credit — to boost her partner’s. Plus: How to waive annual fees on credit cards (and to justify them), the value of prenups for later-in-life marriages and negotiating your promotion post-maternity leave. That last one is tricky, but we came up with a script. We hope you enjoy this episode to or from your bbq — have a safe holiday!

Catch up on what you missed:

  • This week we’re speaking with a woman who’s on a mission to make other women, “really f***ing rich.” Cindy Eckert, founder & CEO of Sprout Pharmaceuticals is leading this charge, while simultaneously supercharging our sex lives.

    September 19, 2018

    Ep 127: Sex, Power & The Little Pink Pill

  • 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 independent university admissions counselor and founder and […]

    September 12, 2018

    Ep 126: Your Survival Guide For College App Season

  • We have that back-to-school spirit over here and it inspired us to do a Bonus Mailbag! Here’s what’s on the syllabus: Ideas outside of retirement for investing “for fun,” the perks of making additional mortgage payments (but also whether you should? Think ROI!), 529 alternatives, why someone might put her home in a trust and […]

    September 7, 2018

    Bonus Mailbag #11

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