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Liz Pulliam Weston is the most-read personal finance columnist on the Internet, according to Nielsen//NetRatings. She’s also an award-winning, nationally syndicated personal finance columnist who can make the most complex money topics understandable to the average reader. She is the author of the national best-seller Your Credit Score: How to Fix, Improve and Protect the 3-Digit Number that Shapes Your Financial Future and of Deal with Your Debt: The Right Way to Manage Your Bills and Pay Off What You Owe. She also was a contributor to The Experts’ Guide to the Baby Years.
Liz’s columns run twice a week on MSN Money, which reaches more than 12 million readers each month. Millions more read her question-and-answer column “Money Talk,” which appears in newspapers throughout the country, including the Los Angeles Times, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Palm Beach Post, the Portland Oregonian, the Newark Star-Ledger, Stars & Stripes, and others.
Liz appears regularly on numerous television and radio programs, including American Public Media’s “Marketplace Money” and NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” and “All Things Considered.” She was for several years a weekly commentator on CNBC’s “Power Lunch” and has been quoted in numerous publications, including Consumer Reports, Real Simple, Family Circle, Men’s Health, Woman’s Day, Parents, Christian Science Monitor, the Associated Press, the Chicago Tribune, the Boston Globe, Forbes.com, and others.
Weston is a graduate of the certified financial planner training program at University of California, Irvine. She can be reached via the “contact Liz” form on her Web site, www.asklizweston.com.
I first became acquainted with Liz Pulliam Weston when I started reading her weekly column at MSN Money. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
Though not as flashy as some, this is a solid book that I would recommend to someone looking to take stock of their finances, and put them in order. Read morePublished on February 23, 2012 by Jennifer Juday
I think this book gives some key and useful pointers for simplfying your finances. This is accomplished through the tips the authors gives regarding organization,bill... Read morePublished on October 24, 2011 by Sarah
For most of my readers, this book may prove to be too basic, but we all have friends that are not "money people. Read morePublished on January 23, 2010 by David Merkel
In these hard economic times, this book could not be more relevant. "Easy Money" aims to help readers simplify their finances, in order to be able to better focus on the things... Read morePublished on August 21, 2009 by Douglas King
One of the reasons that I chose this book was because I am (sadly) bereft of too much practical knowledge surrounding finances and investment. Read morePublished on January 22, 2009 by Scott Masterton
I was not familiar with Liz Pulliam Weston before reading this book. I don't know a lot about finances, but who doesn't want to simplify their finances and get what they want out... Read morePublished on November 26, 2008 by K. Roman
Easy Money is not a light read, but rather a book to seek guidance from throughout your adult life. There are eleven sections in under 200 pages. Read morePublished on August 21, 2008 by Bonnie Sayers
Informative, easy-to-follow book answering many questions that we have (but might be afraid to ask for fear others would consider us stupid!!).... Read morePublished on July 18, 2008 by Dana Y. Bowles