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Her Dinero Matters

Her Dinero Matters is a bilingual podcast for women who want to become reinas of their money and love their dinero more. Join Jen Hemphill, a former extreme frugalist turned reina of your money advocate each week for your dose of money confidence. You will hear down-to-earth interviews and panel discussions from la comunidad Latina as well as solo episodes sharing simple actionable tips and strategies which you can implement right away. Go ahead and grab the Daily Money Ritual that helps you start your day with confidence around your finances (it's free) www.jenhemphill.com/HDM
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Now displaying: May, 2016
May 26, 2016

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When smarts and determination come together you have Mary Beth Storjohann.
 
Mary Beth started working at just 15 years old and as her journey unfolded she saw a huge hole in a population that was not being served.  She became a Certified Financial Planner and has accomplished so much no only in her career but with the population she serves.
 
She’s very savvy and talks money in a simple, enjoyable way!
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  • Why she started working when she was 15 years old and didnt look back
  • How she “broke the rules” in the financial services industry and proved the field wrong
  • What her take is on how much of a money cushion you should have when you retire
  • How to choose the best financial vehicle for your long term savings strategy
May 19, 2016

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I am going to be very honest with you, this episode is so surreal to me still!
 
Today I am introducing to you Ms. Melissa Koide, Deputy Assistant Secretary to the Office of Consumer Policy at the U.S. Department of the Treasury!
 
Yes you read that right the U.S. Treasury.  
 
Ms. Melissa Koide was truly a pleasure to interview and I know you will love her!
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  • Her background and why her path took her all the way to serving as a senior official at the U.S. Treasury (and the influence her boys have had)
  • The one key characteristic your personal finance system should have
  • The number one reason behind the launching of the myRA, what it is and who it is for
  • A behind the scenes insider as to what we can be looking out for from the U.S. Treasury next!
May 12, 2016

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Amy Shick is a fabulous military spouse and a real estate investor.  You’ll absolutely love learning about her!
 
What you'll learn about in today's episode:
  • What adventurous sport she has gotten into and what goal she is working on
  • Why downsizing on a car was not a good financial decision for them and what lesson they learned from this
  • What influenced the decision to invest in real estate 
  • How having multiple bank accounts has simplified their spending
May 5, 2016

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Saving for the long haul, for retirement is a reality we have to face.  It’s coming sooner or later.  
 
In the month of May we’ll be discussing long-term savings because it is such an important topic.  
 
Today I wanted to discuss the two biggest road bumps we face and what we can do about it.  
 
 What you'll learn about in today's episode:
 
  •        One mistake many people make but you can avoid
  •        The two biggest road bumps when saving for the long-term 
  •        4 actions you can take right away
  •        2 reflections to always remember when thinking in the long-term
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