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Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where Her Money comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.

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    • 4.8, 630 Ratings

Anyone who tells you women don’t need financial advice specifically for them is wrong. Women, whether they’re the caretakers, the breadwinners, or both, face a unique set of financial challenges. That’s where Her Money comes in. In her frank, often funny, but always compassionate way, Jean Chatzky takes every audience of women through the steps they need to take today to live comfortably (and worry-free) tomorrow, offering the latest research, expert tips and personal advice.

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4.8 out of 5
630 Ratings

630 Ratings

Amhedd08 ,

Excellent content...

Positive, well rounded, positive advise. Great exposure to women who are out there making a difference for women of all ages.

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This would have been 5 stars but

I normally adore this podcast and the advice and guests it features. I also love Jean and Kelly’s conversations at the end of each episode. However, I was extremely disappointed with and surprised by the advice on #162 that it’s ok to lie on your resume. In my view, starting out any relationship with dishonesty is never a good idea and borders on being immoral. As an employer, I would have an extremely tough time trusting an applicant who wasn’t honest at the outset. I understand it’s sometimes tough to get your foot in the door, but there are other ways outside of outright lying, such as calling the recruiting manager directly or explaining your circumstances and why you should be given a chance in a cover letter. To me, that’s part of what “earning it” encompasses. Please reconsider that advice.

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I had previously written a review requesting more episodes about FIRE and we got it with Grant, but boy, what a departure from going gaga about every woman guest who says anything to really challenging most of what he said. Uncomfortable...even the tone was different than the way you’ve treated your other guests. I think it’s pretty clear about Jean’s stance on FIRE and it shows in this interview. I’m really disappointed because I listen to any and all money advice and I agree with Grant’s perspective about money management and how the Suze and Dave style advice can be stale in 2019. I think Jean took insult because that hit too close to home. If more people like him spread the word to save a large percentage early and millennials take heed younger, then there won’t be so many future 60 year olds who haven’t saved anything.

While I think it’s great to baby step where something is better than nothing, you can’t spoon feed people what they want to hear. You were trying to hold a person to the fire who’s demographic is FIRE and MILLENNIALS about what 60 year olds need to be doing and I thought he answered well. If you are going to act this way to people because they don’t regurgitate all the stuff you’ve already been saying, then you should probably skip having them on the show. I’m starting to realize the one demographic you are not targeting is women who are not weak minded about money, terrified and want information that challenges what they are already doing that isn’t serving them. Even the exit comment to the episode was passive aggressive.

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