Ep 114: Should You Pay Someone To Run Your Online Dating Profile? (And Other Matchmaking Questions)

Don’t get us wrong, we love talking about money — but we love talking about dating and relationships, too. And the two intersect in more ways than you might expect — which is why we decided to follow our hearts and invite a matchmaker on the show. This week we’re with Meredith Golden, former psychotherapist and founder of Spoon Meet Spoon, which specializes in dating apps. We learn how matchmaking is big business in the U.S. and how dating in general can add up to big bucks for you. We talk dating in the digital age, which apps are right for you, how to present yourself online and how to save money along the way. In Mailbag, Kelly and I discuss the idea of marrying someone’s debt, annuities and how much we spend on skincare and cosmetic products. (Yikes!) Join us and share HerMoney with a friend who needs this advice.

Catch up on what you missed:

  • You asked, we listened: This week we’re talking about divorce — an important topic for all women whether you’re single, engaged or married. That’s why we brought in one of our go-to sources, divorce expert Stacy Francis.

    June 20, 2018

    Ep 115: Our Girlfriend’s Financial Guide To Divorce

  • Calling all nice girls — yes, you! We’re diving into the conflicted relationship women have with being nice — especially in the workplace — with the ultimate nice girl (and our new girl crush), Fran Hauser.

    June 6, 2018

    Ep 113: You Can Be Nice & Still Get The Corner Office

  • Neither your savings nor debts are heading in the right directions. You still don’t understand how your 401(k) is invested & you can’t seem to get yourself to tackle the other money items on your list. Well — and we mean this in the nicest way possible — maybe it’s you.

    May 30, 2018

    Ep 112: The No Excuses Edition

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