Ruth Davis Konigsberg

Ruth Davis Konigsberg read One Up on Wall Street at the age of 22 and has attempted to manage her own finances ever since. Now “mid-career,” she hopes to retire in 2034, which as luck would have it is about the same time that the Social Security trust fund is scheduled to go broke. Konigsberg is the author of The Truth About Grief and a contributor to the anthology Money Changes Everything. She is also a director at Arden Asset Management.
Ruth Davis Konigsberg
Ruth Davis Konigsberg read One Up on Wall Street at the age of 22 and has attempted to manage her own finances ever since. Now “mid-career,” she hopes to retire in 2034, which as luck would have it is about the same time that the Social Security trust fund is scheduled to go broke. Konigsberg is the author of The Truth About Grief and a contributor to the anthology Money Changes Everything. She is also a director at Arden Asset Management.
LATEST STORIES
All products and services featured are based solely on editorial selection. TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website.