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!

Catch up on what you missed:

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    March 9, 2018

    Bonus Mailbag #9

  • After all of the recent data breaches, do you question whether to hand over your Social Security number (and other personal information) when signing up for financial apps and services? Us, too. In today’s Bonus Mailbag, we discuss.

    March 8, 2018

    Bonus Mailbag #8

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