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The Everyday Money Podcast is a weekly show designed to help you manage your money better. Hannah offers expert insights into key topics, from investing and budgeting to homebuying. Every episode includes practical tips you can apply to your own finances.

The internet is full of contradictory personal finance advice. But you don’t need to spend hours listening to different experts and comparing every money management technique to figure out which ones work best. 

Instead, tune into the Everyday Money Podcast for trustworthy financial advice and simple, effective tips from a Certified Financial Planner™.

Featured Episode

Everyone needs a budget, right?… no, actually.

Some people do just fine with a rhythm and flow to their finances, and don’t need to pay attention to where every penny is going. 

In this episode Everyday Money with Hannah Moore, I’m going to tell you when you MIGHT need a budget and why. I’ll also cover when a budget might not be right for you, and what to focus on instead.

When You’re Building a Career & Want to Be a Mom

When You’re Building a Career & Want to Be a Mom

There are SO many people, and especially women, who are thinking about having kids, but can’t help but wonder: “What will that mean for my career?”  As participants in our society, one of our biggest assets is human capital. This means how much money we’re making,...

What Makes You Happy?

What Makes You Happy?

​I’ve worked with a lot of clients who are nearing retirement. One of the biggest conversations I have with them is: what are they retiring TO?  When thinking of retirement, it’s just as important to decide what you’re retiring to as well as decide what you’re...

Wealthy Vs. Well-Off

Wealthy Vs. Well-Off

I had a conversation this week with somebody who asked me: “How do I make sure that I build wealth instead of simply becoming well-off?”  It got me thinking — what is the difference, and how do you actively choose to become one over the other? A lot of this is going...

Do You Need A Budget?

Do You Need A Budget?

“Do I REALLY need to budget my money?”  I get this question quite often, and it’s a really interesting question. As a financial planner, you might assume that my answer would be “yes” immediately. But I have the advantage of seeing perspectives and lifestyles from all...

How Financial Planning Is Different For Millenials

How Financial Planning Is Different For Millenials

I’ve been a financial planner for well over a decade now, and I’ve worked with all sorts of clients, at many different stages in their life. Some have been looking to retire, others have been living in retirement communities for awhile, and others are just getting...

Can You Afford Your Next Large Purchase?

Can You Afford Your Next Large Purchase?

Making a big purchase can make you feel a lot of different things: excited, anxious, unsure. All of which is totally normal, and honestly, it’d be worse if you weren’t having mixed emotions about it!  One thing you can do to help facilitate those bigger purchases, or...

Buying a Home in a High-Interest Environment

Buying a Home in a High-Interest Environment

It’s no secret that we’re living in some interesting financial times. We’ve had a lot of unexpected things happen over the last couple of years, and the market (as of August 2022) reflects all those changes. One experience that has definitely shifted within the...

Protect Yourself When Buying a Home

Protect Yourself When Buying a Home

When you think about buying a home, you probably don’t think about things like life or disability insurance. You might not even think about your emergency fund. But the truth is, buying a home is a huge investment and you want to protect it – and yourself. That’s why...

Why It’s So Hard to Talk About Money

Why It’s So Hard to Talk About Money

We’re taught from an early age not to talk about money. It’s almost like it’s some sort of taboo, or a bad word we can’t say in front of other people. And even though we might have exceptions to that rule, like with our spouses or immediate family members, we don’t...