The Color of Money: Cash on Hand NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Michelle Singletary, who writes the The Color of Money column for The Washington Post, about how much cash one should have on hand in case of disasters -- like Hurricane Isabel -- that could knock out ATMs.
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The Color of Money: Cash on Hand

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The Color of Money: Cash on Hand

The Color of Money: Cash on Hand

The Color of Money: Cash on Hand

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NPR's Alex Chadwick speaks with Michelle Singletary, who writes the The Color of Money column for The Washington Post, about how much cash one should have on hand in case of disasters — like Hurricane Isabel — that could knock out ATMs.