Sarah Li-Cain is a finance writer whose work has appeared in Bankrate, Business Insider, LendingTree, Redbook, Financial Planning Association and the Her Money podcast with Jean Chatzky. Her work helps those trying to change their financial life to see themselves in the starring role. She's also the host of Beyond The Dollar, a podcast in which she and her guests have deep and honest conversations about how money affects our wellbeing.
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