Jean Chatzky’s Money Story

The personal-finance guru learned from her mother’s example “that women can be active and extremely competent managers of money.” Now she’s sharing that lesson—and more gained over her 25 years as a business journalist and experience as a small-business owner—in a new book.

Whence the Money

Penn's ambitions have always strained its (relatively) modest resources. How the University keeps up with the Joneses—and the Harvards, Stanfords, and Yales—in a very expensive neighborhood.

Advising Women

From paying off your credit card debt to helping your kids manage their allowance, these members of the Class of 1986 have the answers to all your financial questions.