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HerMoney: Life, Loss And Getting Back On Track With Dr. Nancy Snyderman (Episode 81)

Jean Chatzky  |  October 25, 2017

In the last few years, Dr. Nancy Snyderman lost her father, left her job at NBC News, let go of her identity as a Journalist (capital J) and had to figure out who she was without all of them.

In the last few years, Dr. Nancy Snyderman lost her father, left her job at NBC News, let go of her identity as a Journalist (capital J) and had to figure out who she was without all of them. She talks about going through what was essentially an existential crisis and how she learned the importance of knowing herself at her core as work identities come and go. We also discuss caretaking and how to handle a loved one’s affairs. Then we tackle your questions about credit reports. (What if there’s a spelling error? Should minors have one?) And, in Thrive, we recap estate planning must-have documents and considerations.

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