If you’re new to my site or new to personal finance in general you’ve come to the right place.
Why I started this site?
I started my blog in January of 2012 because I wanted to create a place where anybody could come and get free personal financial advice, ask questions and more importantly, learn about personal finance. It’s something that affects everybody’s lives every single day. I think it’s crazy that so many smart and educated people graduate college without basic knowledge in personal finance. My goal is to engage even the most passive investor and show them that with just a few simple steps, you can greatly increase your chances for future financial success.
I’ve always been interested in finance, and through years of research and first hand experience, I hope to bring some sanity to anyone looking for financial advice. I am by no means an expert, but I believe that we can all comfortably control our own financial destiny with a little bit of work.
In the past 10 years, I’ve had all sorts of different jobs, hobbies and interests. But personal finance is the one thing that has remained constant and always kept my interest. I’ve been investing in stocks since I was 14, and bought my first real estate property when I was 23. In that time, I’ve made quite a few mistakes, but I’ve always learned from them.
Personal finance is a big part of my life but I believe everyone demands a work-life balance. Each individual is unique and a key to personal financial happiness is finding a balance between saving, working and spending on the things you enjoy.
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If you’d like to interview me, I can be reached at yourPFpro@gmail.com. I’m available to answer questions about retirement planning, alternative investment options, and real estate advice for young professionals. My writing has been featured on several reputable sites across the web:
- Guest post on Credit Karma’s Blog: Is the Student Loan Debt Bubble Ready to Burst?
- Guest post on Modest Money: How My Credit Card’s Protection Plan Saved My iPhone 4
- Guest post on Money Life and More: What is Your Privacy Worth To You?
- Guest post on Club Thrifty: When Is Convenience Worth Your Money?
- Interview for CreditCards.com: 11 Hidden Credit Card Perks