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Kimberly Palmer, Senior Money Editor at U.S. News & World Report

Today on So Money, Kimberly Palmer joins us. She is the senior money editor at US News & World Report and author of “The Economy of You: Discover Your Inner Enrepreneur and Recession-Proof Your Life.”  She is working on a new book coming out next year entitled, “Smart Mom, Rich Mom: How to Build Wealth While Raising a Family.”  Kimberly also serves as an adjunct professor at American University where she teaches a mastering social media course.

Three takeaways from our time together:

  1. Her side-preneur income. What she does and how it helps support her full-time income.
  2. How can working parents afford child care? Really.
  3. Why she likes to save more than she likes to spend.

If you’d like to learn more about Kimberly Palmer, visit her website or follow her on Twitter @AlphaConsumer.

One of my favorite quotes from our interview together: “I love saving money more than I love spending money.” – Click to Tweet

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