Below is just a small sampling of my work online for various clients, from niche blogs to large corporations.

The Huffington Post: ITT Tech Closure

John Baughman was pursuing a career in information technology in the Systems and Cybersecurity program at ITT Technical Institute in Boise, ID. With just six…

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Business Insider: This Mistake Keeps You From Becoming Rich

Think about the last time you got a raise or a bonus. It was exciting, right? It was so exciting that I bet you felt…

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USA Today: 6 Vital Things Parents Should Know About Student Loans

About 3.5 million high school students are expected to graduate from high school this spring, and most will go to college. While this a proud…

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Student Loan Hero: How This Couple is Paying Off $600,000 in Student Loans

The average American college student leaves school with $37,172 in student loans. And that’s difficult enough to manage. Can you imagine trying to handle $600,000 worth of…

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Money Magazine: 5 Sites That Will Buy Your Old Phone

The new iPhone 7 is out, and demand for the latest device from Apple is huge. Along with the hype is a sky-high price tag — the…

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Money Under 30: Your Wallet’s Been Stolen—What Should You Do Now?

A stolen wallet might top everyone’s list of everyday nightmares. And it’s scary for good reason: Armed with your driver’s license, credit cards, checkbook, and other information, thieves can…

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Credible: Use the 2+2 Plan and Graduate With Less Debt

One of the best methods to reduce the cost of college is attending a two-year community college and then transferring to a four-year university. This…

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Wise Bread: How to Take One Vacation Day and Save Thousands

We all have a list of financial tasks we keep meaning to get to, but between work, family, everyday obligations, and the need for sleep,…

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Huffington Post: 4 Reasons Betsy DeVos is So Controversial

On Tuesday, the United States Senate narrowly confirmed Betsy DeVos as the new Secretary of Education. Her confirmation comes after a historic, tie-breaking vote made…

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Entrepreneur: Yes, You Can Refinance Your Student Loans When You’re Self-Employed

If you want more freedom and control over your career, self-employment can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor…

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MarketWatch: 5 Surprising Ways to Make Money From Your Home

If you’re a homeowner, chances are housing costs are your largest expense. According to Zillow, the median mortgage payment eats up 20% of households’ income…

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The Penny Hoarder: I Said “Yes” to Selling My Wedding Dress

Weeks after my wedding, I picked up my gown from the cleaners and hung it in the closet of the new apartment I shared with…

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Student Loan Hero: Dept. of Ed. Announces $350 Expansion to PSLF

On May 23, the U.S. Department of Education, led by Betsy DeVos, announced a major change to the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. Those…

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MarketWatch: 4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Lie On Your Taxes

The average tax refund is more than $3,000. When you hear that number and do your taxes, only to find out that your refund is…

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