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Her Money Matters

By Jen Hemphill

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Jen Hemphill, Money Confidence Coach goes on a money journey twice a month with you helping you make your money simple and easy to master. She brings to you practical and simple money insights and showcases women like you to share their real life stories. Get the clarity you need to get your money under control with My Daily Money Ritual:

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Jen’s Podcast is one that has quickly made its way into my normal listening schedule. I like how she hits topics like insurance, explaining financial services and other similar topics. She gives some great information about every day finances that we all need to consider keep it simple and easy to understand.

Awesome ! Love it !

Jennifer is a great speaker and provides awesome advice for any gal wanting to make savings x


I've been recommending podcasts for authors and author-hopefuls. This one isn't just for writers (or really just for females either) but figuring out the money-making side of things can keep many of us (writers and women) locked into choosing between having time or $. Enter Jen Hemphilll's approachable podcast which helps to demystify the whole leveling up thing to help us break through to financial freedom, security, and Independence.

Her Money Matters
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  • Category: Training
  • Language: English

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