Warren is the author of more than 20 books, including "J.K. Lasser's How to Pick Stocks Like Warren Buffett."
Articles of his have appeared in Reader's Digest, New York Times Magazine, Woman's Day, Family Circle, TV Guide, Consumer Reports, and elsewhere.
He was a syndicated columnist for Gannett News Service for 10 years, and had a radio program about mutual funds in New York City for two years.
In 1996 he won the Personal Finance writing award given by the Investment Company Institute and American University. In 2001 and in 1990, he won the Rutgers/CIT award for best financial writing in New Jersey newspapers.
Boroson has taught at The New School, Rutgers, Ramapo College, and the State University of New York.
These days he teaches courses primarily on great opera singers of the past, like Alessandro Bonci, Rosa Ponselle, and Elisabeth Rethberg.
He was formerly on the staffs of Money magazine and Sylvia Porter's Personal Finance Magazine.
He graduated from Memorial High School in West New York, and from Columbia College (Phi Beta Kappa), where he majored in literature and languages.
He lives in Hackensack, N.J., and Woodstock, N.Y.
He was once sued for $2 million by Sen. Barry Goldwater, who wound up collecting (from Boroson) 33 cents.