Michelle Singletary

personal finance columnist for the Washington Post

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Personal Finance Columnist at The Washington Post.

Michelle Singletary on KCRW

Preparing for natural disasters goes beyond stocking extra food and water. Secure your important financial documents and insurance plans too.

Natural disaster prep: Don’t forget birth certificates, insurance papers

Preparing for natural disasters goes beyond stocking extra food and water. Secure your important financial documents and insurance plans too.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary explains how to claim adult dependents, get deductions for classroom expenses, and find an accountant.

Did you know you can claim an adult dependent? Plus other tax tips

Personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary explains how to claim adult dependents, get deductions for classroom expenses, and find an accountant.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

I bonds keep pace with inflation, and right now they’re paying at 9.62%. The money must be parked for a while, and it could be a good option to pay for your kids’ college.

I bonds are paying nearly 10%. More people are flocking to them

I bonds keep pace with inflation, and right now they’re paying at 9.62%. The money must be parked for a while, and it could be a good option to pay for your kids’ college.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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