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The Color of Money: Finance Planning Gifts

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The Color of Money: Finance Planning Gifts

The Color of Money: Finance Planning Gifts

Money-Saving Books and Resources for the Holidays

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Day to Day personal finance commentator Michelle Singletary — who also writes the syndicated column The Color of Money for The Washington Post offers gift suggestions to help loved ones manage their money.

Do you have low-cost creative gift ideas? Day to Day personal finance guru Michelle Singletary is interested in hearing about your holiday gift ideas.

Send an e-mail to business@washingtonpost.com describing your unique ideas in detail, who the gift is for and the total cost. Be sure to include your name and hometown.

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