Andrew Schrage has a background in Economics and investing after graduating from Brown University and working at a hedge fund. He is co-founder of the popular finance website Money Crashers.
Ellie Kay is a regular expert on national television with ABC NEWS NOW’s Money Matters and Good Money shows. She is also a national radio commentator, a frequent media guest on Fox News, and CNBC, a popular international speaker, and the best-selling author of fourteen books including her newest release, The Sixty Minute Money Workout (Waterbrook, 2010).
Erin is the founder of BrokeMillennial.com, where she uses sarcasm and humor to explain basic financial concepts to her fellow millennials. Erin lives and works in New York City. She’s developed quite the knack for finding deals and free events.
Jeff Rose is a certified financial planner and an Iraqi combat veteran. He runs the blogs GoodFinancialCents.com and LifeInsurancebyJeff.com.
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Joseph Burns is a freelance writer and editor in Falmouth, Mass., who writes about health policy and the business of health care for Managed Care magazine, Hospitals & Health Networks, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, among others. He also writes about health insurance for the Association of Health Care Journalists and blogs about health care, the environment, and other topics at www.josephburns.net.
Marissa is the author at Thirty Six Months.
Mark Miller is a journalist and author specializing in coverage of retirement and aging. He blogs at RetirementRevised.com.
Mark Terry is a freelance writer, editor and author specializing in healthcare and medicine. He lives in Michigan. Visit his website at www.markterrywriter.com.
Michael Dolen is the author of CreditCardForum.com.
Michael Kitces is a Partner and the Director of Research for Pinnacle Advisory Group, and publisher of the financial planning industry blog Nerd’s Eye View.
Sally Herigstad is a certified public accountant and personal finance columnist and author of Help! I Can’t Pay My Bills, Surviving a Financial Crisis (St. Martin’s Griffin). She writes regularly at CreditCards.com, Bankrate.com, Interest.com, RedPlum, and MSN Money. She is an experienced speaker and a member of Toastmasters International.
SK is the author of American Debt Project – Pay Off Debt and Live Your Life. Don’t Compare, Contrast.
Susan Johnston is freelance writer who’s covered personal finance and small business for publications including Bankrate.com, The Boston Globe, Entrepreneur.com, Learnvest.com, and USNews.com.