Effective financial habits that can help you thrive in retirement. How to fly high with great deals on traveling. In this episode, Jean has pulled together these tips and more from this season's highlights on how to be a smart spender.
How do you balance your own finances with the needs of your children? In this episode, Jean revisits this season's stories and discussions in which money is all in the family.
With the cost of tuition creeping higher and higher, it is getting harder and harder to send our kids and grandkids to college. With the help of college aid expert Mark Kantrowitz of finaid.org, Jean Chatzky has all the tips that can help.
You dream of days spent at a house on the beach, but your spouse dreams of continuing their career. How can you compromise these two very different visions of retirement? As Jean Chatzky will explain: Very carefully and with lots of communication.
The family is out of the house and the cars barely get half the mileage they used to. These are just two signs that it might be time to downsize your life to help prepare for retirement. Jean Chatzky is here with the answer to that tricky question.
We all have our list of dream travel destinations. However, globetrotting can be difficult if your budget is tight. Strategies you can use to see the world without ruining your wallet.
When we make mistakes with our money, it can feel like the end of the world. Jean tells you how to get on the path to recovery.
How much of your day is habit? In this episode, the surprising answer. How these habits are affecting your financial life -- and how you can change these habits for the better.
More adult children are moving back home because they can't afford to be on their own. What happens when they overstay their welcome? How can you help them get back on their feet without raiding your retirement fund?
Not all deals are created equal. So how do you know which ones you should take? How can you even find the best deals in the first place? Jean Chatzky and guest, The Ultimate Cheapskate, Jeff Yeager are here to help you out.
Whether in the arena of insurance, investing or estate planning, singles have different financial needs. Whether due to divorce, death, or other circumstances, being on your own financially can be daunting, but Jean Chatzky is here to help.
Your money can be complicated. Your family can be complicated. Mixing the two together can be a mess -- unless you proceed with caution. The tips you need to manage both of these tricky territories.
Often, what's good for our health is also good for our wallets. With the help of guests Dr. Nancy Synderman and The Grant Study's Dr. Robert Waldinger, Jean Chatzky explores the connection between living well and having wealth.
Whether you consider yourself a car person or not, we all have car questions. With the help of car experts Lawrence Ulrich and Jonathan Weinberg, Jean Chatzky helps you navigate the confusing road of buying, selling, and everything in-between.
Do you dream of investing in a racehorse, art, antiques, even a winery? With the help of New York Times columnist Paul Sullivan, Jean Chatzky seeks to help you have some fun with your money -- without hurting your nestegg.