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Jane Bryant Quinn, 77

Award-winning writer, leading commentator on personal finance. Author of new book: ‘How to Make Your Money Last: The Indispensable Retirement Guide.’

Jane’s Washington Post syndicated column, “Staying Ahead” appeared for 27 years in more than 250 newspapers. She has also written personal finance columns for, Newsweek, Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping and presently writes for the AARP Monthly Bulletin.

She appears as a commentator/advisor on network TV broadcasts, radio and hosted a PBS series on personal finance. In 1985, Jane won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Coverage of News on Television.

In her latest book, she shows you how to create an income that you can count on for life. Her lifelong work is to help people with their personal finances.

“How difficult it can be to help people see that they can do simple things with their personal finance. I have always written that the simplest and lowest cost investments are the best.”

Best advice she ever received or given?

“Save more money!”

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"How to Make Your Money Last:
The Indispensable Retirement Guide."
By -Jane Bryant Quinn

Are you planning to retire? Retired already?
Do you worry that you might run out of money?
At a time when people are living longer and retiring with less money, this book is an indispensable resource guide.  Available