Deborah L. Jacobs is a lawyer, entrepreneur and award-winning journalist who has covered everything from travel to taxes. Her articles, for The New York Times, Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Businessweek and many other publications, have been widely cited and circulated. Jacobs is a former senior editor at Forbes, where she wrote for the “Money & Investing” section of Forbes magazine and was a key contributor to its bi-annual Investment Guide. She also wrote a heavily trafficked personal finance blog for Forbes Media. After a three-year hiatus, she has relaunched the blog here, on her own platform. She is the author of Four Seasons in a Day: Travel, Transitions and Letting Go of the Place We Call Home and Estate Planning Smarts: A Practical, User-Friendly, Action-Oriented Guide. Follow her on Twitter at @djworking and join her on Facebook here.
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