I am so proud to call Jane Bryant Quinn a friend as well as a mentor. You know her as a female pioneer and personal finance advocate, trusted by millions as a columnist for Newsweek, a reporter for CBS News and a prolific author, but to me, she is an inspiration. Jane showed me –– and so many others –– there was a space in the world for women to talk in a smart, intelligent and understandable way about money.
So this week we dig in and get granular about the biggest financial fear going: Outliving your money. Jane explains simple strategies that’ll get you there, and why “right-sizing” your life now –– not later –– can be key. She also shares what it was like to be one of the first female journalists in a very male world.
As always, Kelly joins us to answer your financial questions about closing credit cards and saving after you’re 65. And, for this week’s Thrive segment, we’re literally talking about, talking about money. Yes, it’s scary, but we’ll help you through it. How to demystify that money convo with your spouse or family is one of our goals here at HerMoney.
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