Author Michelle Singletary on Managing Your Money in Times of Crisis


Michelle Singletary’s award-winning Washington Post column is called “The Color of Money.” Its motto is “Spend well, live richly”. Her advice has helped and inspired all kinds of people. Her books are bestsellers, and her radio and television appearances have made her a trusted voice in the personal finance arena.

Singletary is also on a mission to offer counseling to people who are incarcerated or in difficult financial situations that seem impossible to navigate. As a black woman, she is a pioneering voice for financial independence and wealth generation.

At 11 a.m. Monday, host Angela Davis talks to Singletary about her new book, “What To Do With Your Money In A Crisis.” Together, they will answer listeners’ questions about saving, spending, surviving and prospering in these critical times.

We want to hear from you. Are you having difficulty navigating a difficult financial situation? And if you recently went through a financial crisis, what helped you get out of it? Call us at 651-227-6000 or 800-242-2828 during the 11am hour or tweet @AngelaDavisMPR to join the conversation.

Guests:

Michelle singletary is an award-winning Washington Post columnist, author, and sought-after personal finance advisor. She has a new book called, “What to do with your money in a crisis? “

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