Personal finance reporter for @MarketWatch. @TuftsUniversity & @newmarkjschool alum.
Adam Williams is a personal finance reporter at The Telegraph, covering banking, mortgages, credit cards and loans.
Tech-savvy, senior-level editor, writer, and multimedia journalist with demonstrated success managing content, clients, and staff in online and print media. Helped launch a national print magazine and grow two early-stage startups into award-winning digital destinations. Excels at crafting tight copy on deadline, making bad writing shine, and keeping the editorial trains running on time. Enjoys writing about politics, parenting, and personal finance.
Dave is a freelance journalist who has contributed hundreds of articles to HowStuffWorks since 2007, with a specialty in personal finance, economics and business. Raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he attended Duke University where he earned the B.A. in comparative religious studies that has served him so well.
Personal Finance/Real Estate Reporter for USA Today.
Kat is a personal finance writer who double majored in English and Communications at Elizabethtown College, before going on to earn a Masters in Communications from West Chester University.
Claer Barrett is the personal finance editor. She edits the weekend Money section, writes the weekly Serious Money column and presents the FT Money Show podcast. Claer frequently appears as a commentator on radio and TV, and is an expert on the BBC1 programme Right on the Money.
I’m the Washington D.C. bureau chief for Forbes and have worked in the bureau for more than two decades. I've spent much of that time reporting about taxes -- tax policy, tax planning, tax shelters and tax evasion. These days, I also edit the personal finance coverage in Forbes magazine and coordinate outside tax, retirement and personal finance contributors to Forbes.com.
Lauren Davidson is the Telegraph's head of personal finance. She was previously property editor, and before that a business reporter.
I am a journalist, business reporter and SEO writer based in New York City. I currently report for Fortune Magazine through the Dow Jones News Fund, covering finance and technology. Previously, I wrote for TheStreet.com, covering investing, fintech, stock and bond market, personal finance, technology, retail, cannabis and much more.
I write about the U.S. housing market, personal finance and Wall Street for The Associated Press. I'm also a musician and a reluctant Miami Dolphins fan.
Veronica Dagher is columnist focused on wealth management, financial advisers, personal finance and philanthropy for Wealth Management at WSJ.com. She also hosts, writes and produces videos on those topics and more for WSJ.com and frequently appears on Fox Business, Fox News Channel and nationally syndicated radio.
Hilary Osborne is the editor of guardian.co.uk's money site. Before working for the Guardian, she worked at several personal finance magazines, including a three-year stint as editor of What Mortgage.
Student loans expert and personal finance columnist @NerdWallet. @cunyjschool grad. Doughnut enthusiast.
Writer, editor and podcaster. Experience across newspapers, newswires, television, video, radio and magazines, focusing on personal finance, culture and social justice.
Libby Kane is a deputy editor at Business Insider, overseeing the Strategy, Careers, and Personal Finance teams. Before joining the company in March 2014, she was the associate editor at LearnVest, covering personal and behavioral finance.
I started writing about business, investing and personal finance more than a decade ago as a staff writer for Money Magazine and, later, a senior writer for CNNMoney.
I'm an associate editor at Forbes, reporting on personal finance from my outpost in a Modernist house in New Canaan, Conn. I have a law degree, and I write about how to build, manage and enjoy your family's wealth. Since I joined Forbes in 1997, my favorite stories have been on how people fuel their passions (historic preservation, open space, art, for example) by exploiting the tax code.
Jonathan has worked on Lex since 2015. Prior to that, he spent three years as the FT’s personal finance editor and 12 years in various roles at Investors Chronicle, an FT group publication for private investors. Earlier in his career, he worked for wire services and trade publications in New York and Hong Kong. He is a graduate of Aston University.
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