VeraVera Gibbons is a financial journalist based in New York City.
Gibbons has written for Inc., SmartMoney, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance, walletpop.com, cnbc.com, and the New York Times.
Today, her writing appears in Real Simple magazine and Reuters personal finance blog, Prism Money.
Previously, Gibbons was a financial contributor with CBS The Early Show, and worked as a correspondent for CNBC’s High Net Worth.
Most recently, Gibbons was a Financial Analyst for MSNBC.
She appeared regularly on all NBC platforms, including the Today Show, Nightly News, and The Weather Channel’s Wake Up With Al, hosted by NBC’s Al Roker.
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Monthly Archives: October 2010
Need some quick cash for the holidays? As the holiday season rapidly approaches, here are five easy things you can do to save more than $500 and get into the gift- giving spirit: Boost your take home pay Savings: $91.34 … Continue reading
When realtor Scott FladHammer arrived fifteen minutes early for his appointment to show a 1909 farmhouse to prospective buyers, he was spooked to discover they were already there — sitting in the very barn in Fort Wayne, Indiana, where one … Continue reading
Over the last decade, 140,000 women have exited Wall Street — with many betting instead on their own entrepreneurial ventures. In fact, women have started companies at twice the rate of men over the past few years. Jules Reid is … Continue reading
With gold hitting all time highs, cash-strapped Americans are cashing in. Just be careful: consumer protections are far and few between, and complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau against gold buying companies have tripled over the past year. For … Continue reading