Amanda Stewart is the Editor, Writer and Website Manager for District Media Finance. With an audience of over 10 million visitors, District Media Finance’s objective is to deliver high-quality personal finance news and advice that informs, empowers, educates and entertains the public. The company provide this information free of charge through their portfolio of 58 different personal finance websites, with all operating expenses paid through advertising.
Travis Hornsby is the chief student loan planner at StudentLoanPlanner.com. He started started Student Loan Planner in October 2016 after helping his wife and her friends figure out their six figure student loans. Travis used to be a bond trader, so he took his excel heavy skill set and built models for how to save money paying back student debt.
Karsten Jeske is a personal finance blogger who writes at Early Retirement Now or ERN for short. He is originally from Germany but came to the U.S. in 1995. He blogs about a host of retirement topics oh and he recently retired at the age of 44.
Marc Andre is personal finance blogger who writes at Vital Dollar. He’s been a self-employed internet marketer since 2008 and prior to that he worked for a few years as an auditor and in other finance fields. He really got into his groove with internet marketing and has some interesting views on using your hobby as an investment tool.
A new year's resolution is a powerful way to make a big change in your life – as long as you stick to your plan.
Every year everyone wants to accomplish a personal goal and here's what we want to achieve this year.
Beverly Harzog is a consumer finance analyst and credit card expert at U.S. News and author of The Debt Escape Plan, she paid off $20,000 of debt in only 2 years and now inspires others to do the same.
New Year's Eve is one of those special nights that you want to have plans set weeks in advance, whether they involve a movie night with your friends or a fancy family party in an exclusive place.
Here's are some tips and we want to share based on our personal experiences. Happy new year everyone!
After graduating college, Chris Reining took a job in corporate America, and a few years later bought a condo and BMW. Happily living the American dream. One day, he was sitting in his cubicle and thought, “This is it? I just have to do this for the next 40 years?” He then put together a plan and at 37 he was finally able to quit his job. Chris has been featured on major news outlets including the New York Times, Business Insider, CNBC and others.
Liz is the creator of Chief Mom Officer, a personal finance blog whose mission is to teach working women about how to manage their money. Liz has been pursuing financial freedom for over 20 years and is currently the breadwinner for her family of 5.
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