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Michelle Singletary

  • Nationally Syndicated "The Color of Money"
  • Author of Multiple Financial Books
  • Frequent Network TV and Radio Guest

Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated personal finance columnist for The Washington Post. Her column, "The Color of Money" is an award-winning column, which is now carried in about 100 newspapers across the country.

She is the author of three books, "The 21 Day Financial Fast: Your Path to Financial Peace and Free" "Spend Well, Live Rich: How to Live Well With the ... VIEW MORE

Speaker Media

Spend Well Live Rich
Interview: C-SPAN
Speech Topics
  • Basic Personal Finance

    Michelle Singletary explains basic personal finance principles such as: - Budgeting Basics - Conquering Debt - ... View More

  • Love and Money (How To Handle Your Money Better in Your Relationship)

  • Young Adults and Financial Literacy

    In this presentation, Michelle Singletary tailors the presentation towards young adults to explain basic ... View More

  • Employee, Nonprofit and Community Workshops and Keynote Addresses on Personal Finance

    In both an entertaining and informative presentation, Michelle Singletary will provide your audience with an ... View More

Text Reviews
  • Everything went flawlessly with Michelle. She arrived on time, had her presentation with her on a jump drive, and was totally pleasant to work with. She was delightful in chatting with guests at her table and she spoke to UNIVERSAL acclaim.
  • Susan, Director of Develeopment - IONA Senior Services
  • Michelle was AMAZING! She brought humor, fun and thoughtfulness to a topic that many would view as boring or complicated. More than any of that, she is just a wonderful, thoughtful and sincere person who shares financial and common sense with others.
  • Lisa B. Buggs - Jacksonville Public Library
  • Your presentation on "The 5 Steps to Successful Saving" was a real crowd pleaser. Two points that were incredibly impactful were 1) save more than you spend and 2) return those unneeded student loan dollars. You made a great connection with the students.
  • Laurin J. Cathey, Head of Multicultural Affairs - ING

Michelle's Blog

To move forward financially, first...
WASHINGTON - At the beginning of the year, we often talk about the new things we want to see happen in our lives. When it ...

College students should master cash...
There is a method to what some readers consider my madness. Some people hate that I hate debt. Others disagree when I encoura...

Are you prepared for the coming...
Stop complaining about the demise of pensions, and start preparing. As with a category 5 hurricane, Americans are in for catas...

Don't let rental car snafus wreck...
Like many rental car customers, my husband and I declined the expensive insurance offered at the counter. We knew we were cove...

What will creating financial freedom...
In 1966, Margaret McNamara took a bag of used books to four boys she was tutoring in reading in Washington. She allowed each ch...

Personal Finance Books are the Gift...
Every year, someone asks me what financial books I recommend as holiday gifts to teach children or young adults about money, to...

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Michelle Singletary travels from Bowie, MD and requires Economy (plus/upgradable) Airfare for 1, ground transportation (in home city and event city), and hotel (internet), and meals

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