Elisabeth Leamy Is Host of Easy Money
Her Mission Is To Help Listeners Make More, Save More, and Find Unclaimed Money
You know Easy Money host Elisabeth Leamy from her on-air work for The Dr. Oz Show and Good Morning America and her columns in The Washington Post. Now Elisabeth is putting her 13 Emmys and 25 years worth of experience to work for YOU with the podcast Easy Money: Make More, Save More, Find Yours.
Elisabeth’s goal is to dig up money tips and tricks that are either eye opening or jaw dropping! Surprising things like making six figures shooting stock photos, not making peanuts delivering pizzas. Like saving thousands by refinancing your car loan, not pinching pennies by giving up your daily latte.
Plus, Elisabeth has helped reunite people with nearly $2 million dollars worth of unclaimed money —from mis-routed tax refunds, forgotten safe deposit boxes, unredeemed savings bonds, lost life insurance policies — and more. Could your family be owed unclaimed money?
In addition to having worked on-air at branches of every single broadcast network (ABC, CBS, NBC and FOX), Elisabeth is often interviewed by other media outlets, including:
Elisabeth will tap into her two books for Easy Money topics. Her most recent is “Save Big: Cut Your Top 5 Costs and Save Thousands.” Elisabeth likes to save BIG, not small. She used the strategies in Save BIG to conduct “Savings Makeovers” for ABC News that saved families five to six figures each. Now that’s saving money! Elisabeth’s first book was “The Savvy Consumer: How To Avoid Scams and Rip-Offs That Cost You Time and Money” about saving money by keeping your money.
Before going national, Elisabeth worked at local television stations in Washington, DC, Tampa, FL and Bakersfield, CA. In addition to her Emmys, Elisabeth has received four Edward R. Murrow Awards. And, weird but true: Elisabeth is also a Grammy nominee. Ask her how!
Elisabeth is a popular keynoter, giving speeches all over the country. She occasionally works as a spokesperson and brand ambassador for worthy consumer-oriented companies and causes. And she is available on a limited basis as a media relations consultant and coach, sharing her insider knowledge.
She grew up in Marin County, California, graduated from Berkeley and Northwestern, and now lives in Washington, DC with her husband, daughter and dog.