Arlinda Smith Broady

As a professional journalist for over 20 years, Arlinda Smith Broady often found more month at the end of her money. Although she doesn't have a background in finance, she used her journalistic skills to obtain useful information from knowledgeable people.

She subsequently learned to break some bad spending habits and stretch her income. Looking at multi-millionaires such as Donald Trump and others, she realized you don't have to be a genius to build wealth.

Broady writes a weekly column called "Dollars and Sense" that takes a practical approach to consumerism, financial planning, investing, etc. Some weeks focus more on the sense than the dollars, but they are all intended to help us make the most of our hard-earned wages.

Budgeting tips from "America's Cheapest Family"

Make friends with technology, e-file come tax time

Managing money is not kid stuff. Help your children begin good habits early

Tis the season for open insurance enrollment: shop and compare

Give from your heart, but use your brain

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