Episode 38: Your New Year's Resolution: Granted - Jean Chatzky - Making money make sense

Episode 38: Your New Year’s Resolution: Granted

A perennial on the list of the top New Year’s Resolutions: “Spend less, save more.” That’s always an important goal, but next year — with 2016 winding down and interest rates inching up — it’s more important than it has been in a while to your bottom line. Liz Weston, who literally wrote the book on how to get your credit score into tip-top shape, is here to help us do just that — plus how to hire a financial planner (now that she’s become one) and how to maximize your Social Security. Then, Kelly and I answer your questions about negotiating a tax payment plan with the IRS. Happy 2017: Make your resolution to share HerMoney with a friend who needs it!

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