Josh Katzowitz is WCI's Content Director, and his work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, and He currently covers boxing for Forbes, and his work has been cited twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series. For most of his career, he covered Super Bowls, Masters golf tournaments, and almost every professional and college sport. Now, he focuses on finance-related matters. His greatest career moments were 1) when he was given the side-eye by Mike Tyson while they were observing Tyson’s pet pigeons, 2) when Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson borrowed a line from Josh to use in a wrestling promo, and 3) when Ralph Macchio made fun of Josh's forgetfulness in front of William Zabka. For comments, complaints, suggestions, or plaudits, email him at [email protected].

Latest Columns by Josh Katzowitz

4 Frugal Things I’ve Done Lately

Young Investors Are Engaging in ‘Soft Life’ – Is It a Healthy Attitude or Could It End in Financial Disaster?

WCI Travel Club: Meaningful Trips to Half Dome, Thailand, and Alaska

Can You Spot the Unbelievably Bad Financial Advice on These TikToks and Tweets?

Some Sobering (and Scary) Statistics on People’s Retirement Preparedness


Classic Columns by Josh Katzowitz