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.
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.
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.
Matthew Sullivan is the CEO and Founder of QuantmRE, a cryptocurrency startup that supports homeowners by helping them sell a fraction of the equity in their home without taking on more debt. A seasoned entrepreneur, Matthew has a proven track record in real estate innovation through his experiences as Co-Founder of the $50M Secured Real Estate Income Strategies Fund, and as Founder and President of Crowdventure.com, a real estate crowdfunding company.
From the wonderful and mystic kingdom Master Duke Jack & Master Duke Chris are from dukeofdollars.com where you can learn how to vanquish your debt, recruit a barracks full of greenback soldiers to do your bidding and establish impenetrable moats to protect your livelihood and ultimately build your own financial kingdom!
Mike is a 30-something CEO, Blogger, and Forensic Scientist. On his blog, mikedupblog.com, he writes about financial insights for Family & Business, and gives fitness tips for everyone. Mike has a ton of financial pillars for millennials and we’ll be picking his brain!
Hoda Mehr is the co-founder and CEO of StockCard.io. She started Stock Card about a year ago to enable the new generation of stock market investors to make fact-based investment decisions without time-consuming research. She believes the old market wisdom that individual people should not invest in individual stocks. And it’s a thing of the past and she’s trying to equip a new wave of investors with the tools they need to succeed.
When Liz was 21, she had a good life – a promising legal career, a 9-digit inheritance, and was one of the heirs to her father’s business empire. When she turned 22, however, she lost everything upon coming out to her family. It took a few pity parties, but she eventually picked herself up.