Readers now have a dedicated destination for all of their personal finance needs: The Post today launches ‘Get There’, which brings together reporters, columnists and other experts for an ongoing look at money and its impact across all stages of life.
Run by personal finance reporter Jonnelle Marte, Get There will host robust conversations about saving, spending and investing. It will report on policy shifts that affect pocketbooks. And it will offer fare for investors of all stripes – from those struggling to balance the household budget to those managing ample portfolios.
The section will be home to notable voices like personal finance columnist Michelle Singletary and wealth management expert Barry Ritholtz. It will also feature regular contributors from across the money management spectrum who know about investing overseas, sizing up mutual funds and finding the hidden ways our emotions affect our wallets.
Readers can also expect appearances from Post reporter Danielle Douglas, a pro on all things related to banking and consumer credit, and Martha Hamilton, a longtime retirement writer, as well as other experts from inside and outside the newsroom.
Get There can be found at: http://www.washingtonpost.com/getthere