Friday, 1 April 2011

Extra! Extra! Read all about it!


Leading personal finance journalist and director of Cash Questions, Annie Shaw joins the Zero-credit editorial team!

Annie was so impressed with our no-nonsense approach to credit that she has offered to share her formidable experience as a guest contributor. With due credit to such expertise, Annie is now the only contributor we have ever allowed to post directly to our Finance Section. Later today, we'll be publishing her first post (if there's no link yet, this is truly hot off the press!). 

We're regularly inundated with requests to post to Finance because of course there's money to be made in offering discounts and deals, but we can trust Annie to have none of that!

A highly-respected industry figure with 20 years' journalism experience, Annie is the former editor of the Sunday Telegraph's property section and has been a staff journalist for The Times and financial agony aunt for the Independent on Sunday. She is currently a freelance personal finance writer for a range of national newspapers, and a frequent broadcaster on personal finance and the credit crunch on radio and television. Annie writes the Money Matters section for the Daily Express, holds a full Financial Planning Certificate and, in 2007, was shortlisted for headlinemoney's Consumer Champion of the Year award.

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