One of the points of this blog is to help you protect your family financially and medically.
Personal finance is becoming more and more complicated. One obvious example is that with fewer company pensions available, people have to figure out how to fund their own retirement.
And they have to do so with the knowledge that there will be another financial crisis.
One of the sources I’ve depended on for information for you and me has been The Wall Street Journal.
But the Journal’s top editor announced on Thursday that the paper would be “scaling back significantly” its personal-finance team.
“For years, that team has been regarded as a pioneer of consumer reporting — that plain-English brand of service journalism written for the middle class,” says The Washington Post.
That leaves Ron Lieber, personal finance columnist at The New York Times.
And Michelle Singletary, personal finance columnist at The Washington Post, although she may annoy some readers (not me!) with her focus on frugality.
If you have sources of personal finance information to recommend, please let me know.