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The Best Money Genius Kids - September 2021

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Jancee Dunn

Jancee Dunn grew up in Chatham, New Jersey.

She was a writer at Rolling Stone in 1989-2003. She's written for many publications, among them the New York Times, Vogue, Parents, GQ, and O: The Oprah Magazine. She has become an entertainment correspondent for a veejay, Good Morning America as well as for five decades to get MTV2. Her memoir "But Enough About Me," about her own life because chronically nervous celebrity aide, came out in 2006, and the publication "Don't You Forget About Me" followed in 2008. Her collection of essays entitled "Why Is My Mom Getting a Tattoo? And Other Questions I Wish I Never Need To Ask" was a finalist for the Thurber Prize For American humor. She collaborated with Cyndi Lauper for "Cyndi Lauper: A Memoir," published September 2012. Her and her husband reside in Brooklyn.

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Beth Kobliner

Among the Country’s leading authorities on personal finance for young folks, Beth Kobliner is a commentator and writer, and writer of the New York Times bestsellers Buy a Financial Life and Make Your Kid a Cash Genius (Even If You’re Not). In 2010, Beth was selected by President Obama for a part of the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability, where she created MoneyAsYouGrow.org. A columnist for Money magazine, Beth has written for several other publications, such as Wall Street Journal and the New York Times. As a content advisor for Sesame Workshop & #x 2019; s education initiative For Me For Afterwards, she provided Elmo cash information.

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