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Crazy Money with Paul Ollinger

Apr 30, 2019

Alfred Lubrano is the Philadelphia Inquirer’s poverty reporter and the author of Limbo: Blue-Collar Roots, White-Collar Dreams. The book explores the conflicts within individuals who grow up working class but graduate into a white collar career. These “straddlers” are often torn between the culture that raised...

Apr 23, 2019

Jean Chatzky, financial editor of NBC’s TODAY show, award-winning personal finance journalist, and host of the HerMoney podcast. She has written several personal finance books. Her latest, Women With Money has just hit shelves in bookstores, real and virtual.

Go see Paul tell jokes this week at the North Carolina...

Apr 16, 2019

Chanel Reynolds' journey to helping others began with a brutal accident that killed her husband, leaving her to not only grieve and raise their son alone, but to negotiate the bureaucratic thicket of living wills, life insurance, computer passwords and much more.
She is the author of the What Matters Most: The Get...

Apr 9, 2019

William Ollinger is a retired nuclear engineer, a genius of frugality, and my father. (Today, April 9, is his 92nd birthday!) Along with my late mother, Dad raised six children on a reliable but modest salary from the local utility. In an attempt to understand better where my attitudes toward money come from, I ask him...

Apr 2, 2019

Brendan O’Connell is an American painter who chronicles our contemporary way of living. Called the “Warhol of Walmart” for his series capturing scenes within the retail giant’s stores, Brendan's work hangs in the homes of A-list celebrities, and has been reviewed in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Cosmopolitan,