Sheryl Nance-Nash

Sheryl Nance-Nash

Sheryl Nance-Nash is a New York City-based freelance writer specializing in personal finance, small business, general business, and travel. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Money, DailyFinance.com, Forbes.com, ABCNews.com, Newsday, New York Daily News, Upscale Magazine, AARP.org, TheFiscalTimes.com, Crain's New York Business, Black Enterprise, Essence, MORE, The Tennessean, Williamsport Sun-Gazette, Orbitz.com, BeachDeals.com, Knoxville Cheapoair.com, U.S. News & World Report's travel blog, Knoxville News Sentinel, Lincoln Star Journal and others.

Sheryl Nance-Nash's Most Recent Blog Posts

13 Ways to Save on Your Super Bowl LIII Party

If you're going to throw a Super Bowl LIII party, you'll want all your guests to have a great time — even those who don't care much about the game. We offer 13 tips to make sure your shindig is fun and affordable.

Shopping Is Going to Be VERY Different in 2019

Shopping is going to be very different this year. Tariffs, mobile shopping, and even digital assistants will all shape the 2019 shopping landscape. Read on to see what the experts are saying!

Are Unlimited Data Plans Ever Worth It?

"Unlimited" data plans can seem pretty confusing these days, with their multitude of names and features. So are these plans worth the cost? We help answer your questions with our guide to unlimited data plans.

How to Throw an Awesome Cookout on a Budget

You may love hosting backyard barbecues, but what if you have more enthusiasm for entertaining than money for a big bash? With these inexpensive cookout ideas, you can save and still have a great time.

Expecting a Baby? Don't Make These 4 Common Money Mistakes

There's nothing like the excitement of a child being born, but all that emotion can blind people to more practical matters. From buying too much stuff, to not saving for college, here are four common financial pitfalls to avoid when you're expecting a baby.

7 Ways You Can Prepare for Unexpected Medical Expenses

A medical emergency can strike at any time, and costs are always higher for the elderly person on a fixed income. We'll show you how to go beyond Medicare and maximize your savings with special accounts and careful planning.

8 Smart Money Moves to Make While Traveling

Making money missteps when you're on vacation can ruin your trip. To keep your financial stress at bay, we offer eight essential tips for traveling with cash and cards.

4 Tax Deductions You Had No Idea Existed

What you don't know can hurt you, especially when it comes to taxes. Here's a look at four commonly overlooked tax deductions.

What Happens When a Store Closes?

Retailers filed bankruptcy at a record rate last year. Before you shop those liquidation sales 'til you drop, find out what's going on behind the scenes. Here's what happens when a store closes.

6 Financial Mistakes Newly Single People Make

You're newly single because of a breakup, a divorce, or the death of a spouse. Your heart is broken, but you don't need your finances in tatters, too. Here are the six financial missteps you'll want to avoid now that you're single again.