The Cents of Money
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OverviewAs a mom, professor, attorney, and founder of The Cents of Money, I write on all money topics with an emphasis on saving, paying off debt, retirement, and investing, often with interest in behavioral finance. My background as a ranked Wall Street analyst provides insights.
Awards and Honors
- Plutus Awards
Hobbies and Interests
- Animal Rescue
- Eating Out
Who We Serve
- Baby Boomers
- Blended Family
- Business Owners
- College Graduates
- College Students
- Dual Income Family
- Financial Independence Retire Early (FIRE)
- Gen X
- Gen Y / Millennials
- Intergenerational Families
- Living in Retirement
- Real Estate Investors
- Remote Workers
- Single Women
- Women in Transition
- Women Professionals
- Women’s Finance
- Young Families
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What captured my attention was the brand name “The Cents of Money” It just gave me this curiosity to subscribe and read more.
I just love how real Linda is when she writes about herself, her family, her mother and the financial issues. Having come from a single parent background raised by a tough mother who taught me about basic finance, I appreciate reading from Linda.
The financial lessons are very insightful and the part where she shares books to read is just awesome!! Keep up the good work Linda.
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