14 episodes

I’m Hannah Moore, a Certified Financial Planner™ on a mission to change the way people think and talk about money.

As a CFP® professional, I’ve worked with countless clients from all across the financial spectrum — from those nearing retirement to young professionals who are just starting out on their financial journey. I run a successful financial planning firm outside of Dallas, TX and have also been recognized in my industry as one of Investment News’ 40 Under 40 and one of Investopedia’s Top 100 Financial Advisors since 2019.

Over my decade-plus experience, I’ve helped individuals, couples, and families understand their money in meaningful ways. I believe that it’s time to change the way we think about our money — and the way we talk about financial planning. Let’s get started.

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I’m Hannah Moore, a Certified Financial Planner™ on a mission to change the way people think and talk about money.

As a CFP® professional, I’ve worked with countless clients from all across the financial spectrum — from those nearing retirement to young professionals who are just starting out on their financial journey. I run a successful financial planning firm outside of Dallas, TX and have also been recognized in my industry as one of Investment News’ 40 Under 40 and one of Investopedia’s Top 100 Financial Advisors since 2019.

Over my decade-plus experience, I’ve helped individuals, couples, and families understand their money in meaningful ways. I believe that it’s time to change the way we think about our money — and the way we talk about financial planning. Let’s get started.

    What Makes You Happy?

    What Makes You Happy?

    When you think about happiness, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? It probably has something to do with money, right? 
    But what if I told you that proper money management isn’t the key to happiness… and that it’s actually the other way around?
    In this week’s episode of Everyday Money with Hannah Moore,  I’m going to talk about why happiness is the key to proper money management. 
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 10 min
    Wealthy Vs. Well-Off

    Wealthy Vs. Well-Off

    Do you think wealthy and well-off are the same thing? Think again! 
    The truth is that these two terms, while often used interchangeable, are much more nuanced than most people realize. In fact, well-off is much more of a facade than truly wealth — but what is the difference? 
    And how can you choose to live in wealthy instead of simply being well-off? 
    In this week’s episode of Everyday Money with Hannah Moore,  I’m going to talk about the definitions of wealth and well-off, what the nuances between them are, how to choose wealth, and why sustainability of lifestyle is more important than a number
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 11 min
    Do You Need A Budget?

    Do You Need A Budget?

    Everyone needs a budget, right?... no, actually.
    Some people do just fine with a rhythm and flow to their finances, and don’t need to pay attention to where every penny is going. 
    In this week’s episode Everyday Money with Hannah Moore, I’m going to tell you when you MIGHT need a budget and why. I’ll also cover when a budget might not be right for you, and what to focus on instead.
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 17 min
    How Financial Planning Is Different For Millennials

    How Financial Planning Is Different For Millennials

    Financial planning is just for older people nearing retirement… right? 
    That couldn’t be further from the truth, actually. 
    Of course, my profession has a “traditional” way of working — and it might seem like most of them are only working with older people who are nearing retirement. The key, though, is to find a financial planner who understands your specific stage in life.
    Because, at the end of the day, there ARE a few key differences in the way a financial planner should plan for a millennial versus a Gen X or retired person. Make sure your financial planner is aware of and looking out for these key differences so that you can have the best money plan possible! 
    In this episode of Everyday Money with Hannah Moore,  I’m going to talk about what those differences are, what a financial planner should be doing to meet your needs as a younger person starting their financial journey, and how you can best prepare your financial future starting now. 
     
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 8 min
    Can You Afford Your Next Large Purchase?

    Can You Afford Your Next Large Purchase?

    Before you make that next big purchase, take a minute to think about your overall financial picture. Do you know how much that new payment will affect your monthly finances? Do you have the cash on hand to pay for it all upfront?
    If you’re not sure, I’m sharing the tools you need to make that conscious, money-smart decisions.
    In this episode of Everyday Money with Hannah Moore, I’m going to talk about two important factors to consider when making a big money decision – cash flow and net worth – and how you can build a decision-making framework that will help you confidently make your next purchase.
     
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 9 min
    High-Interest Home Buying

    High-Interest Home Buying

    Are you ready to buy a home? I mean… REALLY?
    In our rising interest rate environment, it’s more important than ever to have a plan and ask the right questions before you make it to the closing table. You’ll want to know how your mortgage rate is being affected, and what you’ll need to prepare in order to make those quick decisions when putting down an offer. 
    In this week’s episode of Everyday Money with Hannah Moore, I’m giving you a to-do list of everything you’ll want to think through and figure out when beginning the home buying process. I'll include some simple practices that you can do right now and some questions you’ll want to ask yourself and your realtor.
    Where to find me: 
    Website: livewealthynow.com Blog: livewealthynow.com/blog FREE resources: livewealthynow.com/resources  Instagram: Hannah Moore (@everyday_money)

    • 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

markpthecfp1 ,

Great Communicator

Hannah speaks to me like a real person. I like that she’s more concerned about her kids than a stock market being down 20%. And certainly her kids aren’t concerned about it either! Healthy tips provided! Love it!

168Media ,

Excited about this new personal finance podcast!

I’m so excited about Hannah Moore’s Everyday Money! Hannah is a leader amongst financial professionals, leading an externship program for CFP candidates through the Financial Planning Association. So you’re getting the real deal when you listen to her podcast. It’s not like getting some random advice on Tik Tok from someone who hasn’t studied, passed a really hard exam and worked with clients for a decade like Hannah has. Next, listening to the first three episodes, it feels like hanging out with that friend who knows a lot about money and can explain it to you in a way that you can really understand. It’s like Brene Brown and Warren Buffet had a money child! Ha! Ha! I can’t wait for the next episode to drop!

K83332 ,

Great practical advice

Hannah provides great practical advice anyone could use.

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