How to Money

How to Money

by Jean Chatzky and Kathryn Tuggle

Learn how to money in this in-depth, illustrated guide from New York Times bestselling author and financial expert Jean Chatzky, Kathryn Tuggle, and the team at HerMoney There’s no getting around it. You need to know how to manage money to know how to manage life — but most of us don’t! This illustrated guidebook from New York Times bestselling author and financial expert Jean Chatzky, Kathryn Tuggle, and their team at HerMoney breaks down the basics of money—how to earn it, manage it, and use it—giving you all the tools you need to take charge and be fearless with personal finance. How to Money will teach you the ins and outs of: -creating a budget (and sticking to it) -scoring that first job (and what that paycheck means) -navigating student loans (and avoiding student debt) -getting that first credit card (and what “credit” is) -investing like a pro (and why it’s important!) All so you can earn more, save smart, invest wisely, borrow only when you have to, and enjoy everything you've got!

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About the Author

About Jean Chatzky

Jean Chatzky is CEO and co-founder of HerMoney, the author of 13 books, an award-winning magazine columnist and host of the HerMoney podcast. After decades of reporting on personal finance — including 25 years on the Today show — she knows that now more than ever, a successful financial life is within every woman’s grasp — and with the HerMoney team, she’s on a mission to help you get it. In her free time, Jean loves running, finding new ways to use her sourdough starter, and cooking for friends. Raised in the midwest, she now lives in Philadelphia with her family and new pup. Find her @JeanChatzky on Twitter and Instagram.

About Kathryn Tuggle

Kathryn Tuggle is Chief Content Officer and Gracie-Award winning Editor-in-Chief at HerMoney.com. She produces the HerMoney Podcast and co-hosts its popular mailbag segment. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Kathryn has spent the last two decades writing and editing for magazines, television and websites in New York. When she’s not educating women about their money, Kathryn can probably be found thrift store shopping, teaching a yoga class, or browsing bookstores in Paris.