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Top Finance Writers

Aly J. Yale

I'm Aly, and I'm a freelance writer and journalist from Houston. I cover real estate, mortgage and personal finance for publications like Forbes, The Mortgage Reports, MReport, The Simple Dollar, The Balance, CreditCards.com and more. I also work with numerous mortgage lenders, real estate companies and other industry professionals to create both internal and marketing content.

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Roger Wohlner

I'm a freelance finance writer, finance blogger and financial advisor. I use my business and financial background to help communicate complex business and financial topics in an engaging and easy-to-understand fashion. Avid Green Bay Packers fan.

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Eric Rosenberg

Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. When away from the keyboard, Eric he enjoys exploring the world, flying small airplanes, discovering new craft beers, and spending time with his wife and little girl. You can connect with him at Personal Profitability or EricRosenberg.com.

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Ashley Eneriz

Ashley Eneriz is a financial writer who has been published on Time, Forbes, Huffington Post, Business Insider, Life Hacker, Fidelity, CBS News, and MSN Money.

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Beth Braverman

I am an award-winning journalist and content producer, writing mostly about personal finance, parenting, and careers. Prior to going freelance, I spent seven years covering personal finance on staff, first as a senior reporter and social media editor at MONEY magazine and then as the Life + Money editor for The Fiscal Times.

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Michelle Clardie

I have over 15 years' experience in real estate (including residential sales, residential and commercial leasing, property management, investment, and property tax). And I've been blogging professionally for 2 years. Much of my blogging work is ghostwriting Realtor� blogs. I also publish weekly on my own blogs: savingsandsangria.com (a personal finance blog for millennial women) and realestatesidehustles.com (a blog to help real estate professionals create and manage multiple streams of income).

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Casey Bond

Casey Bond is a seasoned personal finance writer and editor. Today, she serves as a lifestyle reporter at HuffPost. She was formerly an executive editor at Student Loan Hero and the content director/EIC at GOBankingRates.com. Casey has contributed to a number of publications including US News & World Report, Forbes, and TheStreet.

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Dahna Chandler

I'm a whole-brain thinking, experienced professional communicator and award-winning business and finance journalist with business acumen and marketing fluency. I specialize in collaborating with wealth industry and financial brands targeting upscale, wealth-focused audiences. I also work with thriving, high-growth small companies and wealth advisor practices to help them achieve next-level client engagement.

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Benjamin Jerew

As a freelance automotive writer, Benjamin Jerew, AKA LoneWolffe, specializes in Automobile Technology. His professional experience, over ten years as an ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician, with additional certifications from Toyota and Lexus, makes him uniquely qualified to discuss a number of topics in the field., from DIY auto repair to shop professionalism, even the latest in automobile technology.

Jessica Walrack

I plan and write content for businesses and it helps them find, engage, convert, and retain customers online. I am experienced with writing for all stages of the buying cycle and have helped hundreds of businesses to achieve their goals through content.

Benet J. Wilson

Benet J. Wilson is the founder and editor-in-chief of Aviation Queen LLC, a freelance aviation/travel writing business. She was the Air Travel Expert for Trip Savvy (previously About.com) for four years. She's currently a freelance senior editor for Airport Business magazine.

Lee Huffman

Lee has a background in personal finance, banking, investments & insurance, credit cards, real estate, and travel. He has spent almost 20 years in the financial services industry and has blogged since 2012. He can speak intelligently to your audience on topics that would be of interest to them.

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What makes a good writer in finance?

Hands down, the best finance writers take complex money topics and transform them into easily understandable concepts for everyday people. After all, everyone interacts with bank accounts and financial investments, so they might as well be relatable and accessible to your audience. Second: finance writers adhere to your style guide to speak directly to your target consumers, whether they're entry-level investors or C-suite banking execs.

They are connected to the industry.

To finesse the industry, professional finance writers are consuming financial news daily. Whether it's through industry trade publications or their Twitter feed, they monitor market trends, technology advancements and what services consumers are chatting about online in real-time so they can inject your topics with timely values and talking points.

They are real people too.

Developing a personable tone in finance writing takes skill. The topics can be difficult to understand, dry or even repetitive, but when you hire someone who loves this industry, they bring a layer of empathy and insight to your topics, making them more intriguing and user-centric.

They deconstruct complex topics.

If your readers can't understand your products or services, what good is a promotional marketing campaign? Professional finance writers are able to simplify financial concepts in a way that captures readers' attention and educates them effortlessly. This, in turn, creates value for the reader and bolsters your company branding as a friendly institution. Win-win.

What are the most prominent trends in finance content?

As intelligent investors and consumers, we keep tabs on the performance of our finances. The top writers in the finance industry do — daily. They peruse headlines to see who's being bought and sold, where consumer interest is turning, and how financial institutions are responding.

Create connections.

"Readers are savvier than ever, so financial content has to be both engaging and informative. If you can entertain along the way, it's a big bonus in drawing and keeping visitors on the page. Before picking a new bank, credit card, or other financial product, modern consumers want to feel a connection. Creating engaging and quality content that speaks to the target customer is a must."

Eric Rosenberg, Finance and Business Writer
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Simplify concepts.

"Businesses are definitely focusing on making finance content less complicated. Often, this means breaking up bigger concepts into bite-sized chunks. Since the proliferation of pushing content through apps, I’ve definitely seen more requests for less lengthy pieces."

Kristie Kwok, Finance and Business Content Marketing Writer
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Embrace technology.

"Fintech, machine learning and artificial intelligence are all the rage in finance these days. For every traditional paper process or manned platform, there usually is a digital twin. Technology is finding its way into the heart of even the smallest businesses, and there's no turning back."

Thom Tracy, Small Business Writer
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Who has wonderful finance writing?

When it comes to managing money, top investors, market watchers and income, earners turn to industry publications to get their fill of trustworthy, timely insights.

Kiplinger's Personal Finance is a go-to when seeking advice for long-term money management and achieving financial security. The writers approach a wide range of audiences, from money-smart college investors to first-time home buyers and middle-age retirement planners making this a household publication that grows with readers through the years.

Money (formerly Money Magazine in print) also offers smart saving, investing and financial advice, but with a storytelling slant. We love the way their writers profile everyday people and how they've made positive financial choices that readers can use as a roadmap to find their own success in real estate, retirement, travel and investing. Don't miss Money's helpful "Best of" coverage when shopping for a cost-effective college, travel destination, banking institution or place to live.

Secrets From a Finance Writer

"Want to be a thought leader in your sector of the finance industry? Focus on innovation and evolution. For banks, innovation speaks to creating new ways for clients to access services, while evolution marks a shift from outdated processes to new best practices that deliver on-demand interaction. Readers want actionable, forward-moving advice they can implement ASAP to make their money work harder for them. "

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