Money In A Minute on the TODAY Show

I stopped by my family at the TODAY Show and did a fun, new segment with Tamron Hall called, “Money in a Minute.”

According to a new study, 84% of Americans have financial concerns and about 50% struggle to meet their household expenses each month. We picked three viewers questions addressing three major topics – saving for retirement, building up an emergency savings and improving your credit score before purchasing a home – to answer in under a minute.

Check out the segment below:

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How many accounts is considered too many or adverse when it comes to calculating your credit score?  What are the best books to teach little ones about money? Is there any compelling reason to open a 529 plan for myself knowing that the timeline to go to school is just 2 or 3 years?

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