Michelle Singletary Michelle Singletary is the personal finance guru for NPR’s Day to Day, filing commentaries that can be heard every Tuesday. In conjunction with her work for NPR, Singletary writes the award-winning, syndicated “The Color of Money” column for the Washington Post and is a regular contributor to Howard University's evening news radio program, Insight, on which she discusses personal finance issues.
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The Risks of Bailing Out Family Members

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The Dangers of Starting a Small Business

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Sweetheart Swindlers Con Hearts and Banks

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Making the Most of Long-Term Care Insurance

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Color of Money: The Risks of Online Lending

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Color of Money: Protecting Credit from Thieves

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