Grace W. Weinstein

Financial author, editor, consultant


Grace W. Weinstein is a respected and widely-read financial author with expertise in broad-based personal financial planning and a subspecialty in tax and estate planning strategies. She has also written extensively on the psychological aspects of money management, in magazine articles and in books such as Children & Money and Men, Women and Money. Her expertise has been recognized with a term on the Consumer Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Board.

Known for her skill in translating financial jargon into readable and entertaining prose, Grace Weinstein is the author of 13 books, has written articles for a wide variety of national magazines and newspapers, has provided Web content for organizations ranging from the Insurance Information Institute to the National Foundation for Financial Education, and has been a regular columnist for Good Housekeeping, the Financial Times and Investor’s Business Daily. She was the editor-in-chief of the monthly newsletter, Money Matters: A Woman’s Guide to Financial Well-Being and edited personal finance guides for the Newark (NJ) Star-Ledger.

As a consultant to financial institutions and nonprofit organizations, Grace Weinstein produces educational brochures, develops seminars, prepares marketing materials and writes speeches, journal articles and white papers on substantive business and financial topics.

Selected Works

Nonfiction Books
Financial Savvy for the Self-Employed
Complete guidance for the solo businessperson
The Lifetime Book of Money Management
A wide-ranging personal finance guide, Money Magazine called it a book "every investor must have."
Children & Money: A Guide for Parents
Winner of an award from the American Psychological Foundation, it provides essential guidance for parents
The Procrastinator’s Guide to Taxes Made Easy
How to avoid stress associated with paying taxes -- and save money at the same time.
Educational Brochures
What Next? A Look at Retirement Planning After Tax Reform
Explains the impact of tax reform on financial planning for individuals and families
When Your Parents Need Help
A practical guide to finances, health and housing in the later years
Estate Planning Through Trusts
A brochure explaining the use of different types of trusts to remove assets from the taxable estate