Birmingham native and NYC executive, Kathryn Tuggle, to publish first book

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Local bookstores like Thank You Books are a great place to find new favorites. Photo via Jacob Blankenship for Bham Now

Meet Kathryn Tuggle, the Editor-in-Chief at HerMoney and producer of the HerMoney podcast. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Tuggle has become an inspiring professional woman in New York City. Keep reading to find out when she’s publishing her first book.

Congrats Kathryn Tuggle

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Hueytown’s own, Kathryn Tuggle. Photo via Kathryn Tuggle’s Facebook

Tuggle got her professional start in life in Birmingham, where she wrote many successful articles for various magazines. She also once worked for our founder and CEO Cindy Martin!

Today, she’s an executive—Editor-in-Chief as a matter of fact—at HerMoney in New York City. Not only is she an Editor-in-Chief, but currently an aspiring author. Now, Alabama can proudly say we have another accomplished author.

What will her book be about?

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We’re so proud. Photo via Kathryn Tuggle’s Facebook

In her financial how-to book, How To Money, Tuggle and her team discuss the basics of finance. Cha-ching! The book is generally advertised towards young women ages 16-25ish. But, Tuggle invites all ages and genders to read.

Basically, if you want to learn how to budget effectively, score that first job or invest like a business pro then you should def read this book. Sound interesting? You can pre-order now.

“All too often, women are told it’s impolite to talk about money, and rarely do girlfriends sit and chat about salaries or investing. We’re hoping to change that narrative with our new book.  In it, we tackle the gender wage gap, the race wealth gap, how to negotiate your salary, how to invest, how to build your first budget, and so much more.”

Kathryn Tuggle, EIC and author

So, why else should you pre-order this book?

If you aren’t already convinced, then you should know this book will teach you how to build your credit. Score! This book is a complication of all things money management. Also, this how-to book is filled with some of the cutest illustrations that help you understand even the hardest financial concepts.

BONUS: Check out HerMoney’s awesome podcast.

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