What are you doing with your money in 2021?

A person counts money and looks at their planner
MPR News guest host Chris Farrell is joined by two personal finance experts to talk about what 2020 has taught us about money, and what we can do differently in 2021.
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We’re coming to the end of a year that was financially difficult for a lot of people. The start of a new year can mean turning a new leaf in our ledger books — perhaps setting intentions to make new habits about saving, spending and investing.

Guest host Chris Farrell is joined by two personal finance experts to talk about what 2020 has taught us about money, and what we can do differently in 2021.

Guest:

  • Carolyn McClanahan is a financial planner, physician and educator.

  • Jacquette M. Timmons is a financial behaviorist and author of “Financial Intimacy: How to Create a Healthy Relationship with Your Money and Your Mate.”

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