EPISODE
241

Elisabeth Leamy

Dr. Oz Investigative Correspondent and Author

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Today’s guest is a nationally known TV journalist as well as a critically acclaimed author and nationwide speaker. Elisabeth Leamy is most known for contributing to the Dr. Oz show and ABC News as a consumer advocate and money-saving expert. Elisabeth has been contributing to the Dr. Oz show since 2013 as an consumer and investigative correspondent. Prior to that, she spent 9 years working as a Consumer reporter for Good Morning America and other national ABC News programs. She still contributes to ABCNews.com where she writes a money column. She is also the author of two books including “Save Big: Cut Your Top 5 Costs and Save Thousands” and “The Savvy Consumer: How To Avoid Scams and Rip-Offs That Cost You Time and Money.”

Three takeaways from our interview today include:

  1. Her most embarrassing money moment. Like super embarrassing. It pains her to share it.
  2. How a college boyfriend helped her with getting out of debt.
  3. Scoring BIG financial wins so you can keep enjoying your daily latte.

If you would like to learn more about Elisabeth Leamy, visit her website www.elisabethleamy.com or follow her on Twitter @ElisabethLeamy.

One of my favorite quotes from our interview: “Save big, not small. I don’t like to worry about every single latte or brown-bagging my lunch.” – Click to Tweet