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Dorianne Perrucci

Since 2001, Dorianne’s freelance bylines have appeared in leading print and digital news outlets, including The New York Times, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, TheStreet.com, The Star-Ledger and NJ Biz. During the financial crisis of 2007-2009, Dorianne wrote and edited six trade books with financial experts, three of which became New York Times’ best-sellers, and co-authored Asset Allocation For Dummies® (Wiley) with wealth manager Jerry D. Miccolis.

My Latest Articles

How are small businesses weathering covid-19?

Small businesses generate 99% of the U.S. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), but dig deeper into those numbers and a more surprising picture emerges: Rural areas (10,000 or less population) count

Covering personal finance: An introduction

By Dorianne Perrucci Jane Bryant Quinn thought for a moment before answering my question. “Exactly what is personal finance?” Quinn was the journalist whose Washington Post column on personal finance

How is covid-19 changing U.S. retail?

How is COVID-19 changing U.S. retail? Changing shopper preferences and habits, and cutthroat competition. Some major retailers are closing their doors, but others are thriving by offering new products, and

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