From the expo floor of FinCon17, I'm speaking with Award Winning Personal Finance Author Erin Lowry about her new book Broke Millennial. Her goal is to help young adults to stop acting rich and get their financial life together.
One of the major topics in the book is getting financially naked with your partner before marriage. Given the importance of this crucial money conversation, Erin and I intently focus on that topic during our chat today.
About Our Guest
Erin Lowry helps millennials get their financial life together through advice on her blog, her book, lectures, and workshops.
She gives practical advice so her audience can navigate the pesky (but important) money questions on their minds.
Just this past week, Erin received two Plutus Awards (the Best in Personal Finance) for her work on BrokeMillennial.com and her book “Broke Millennial”.
What are we covering today?
Erin and I chat about:
- Why it's important to be financially transparent before marriage
- The steps in the process of getting financially naked
- How the process went for Erin and her Fiancé
If you are considering engagement or know someone who is getting close, you will not want to miss this conversation with Erin Lowry.
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ERIN’S BOOK: Broke Millennial
RECOMMENDED BOOK: Personal Finance in your 20's for Dummies
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Great Podcast! I am a new follower of your site!Can you also discuss tips on how to decrease credit card fees? I believe that more millenial couples are also able to discuss this one esp with most of the people now relying on credit card for emergencies, etc.
Thank you so much!
Hi Gracina! I’m sorry for the major delay in responding. This is a great question! Based on the article you shared with me, this appears to be more about credit card fees for businesses. If that’s what you’re referring to, I’d have to research that a lot more. If you’re talking about reducing personal credit card fees and interest payments, you’re right. That would make for a good show / podcast! I’ll look into it!