Eric Rosenberg

Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer originally from Denver, Colorado living 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 baby girl. You can connect with him at his own finance blog Personal Profitability.

mistakes business owners make

Multilevel marketing companies, or MLMs, are a well-known business model in the United States. Leaders at these companies tout big benefits like high incomes, part-time hours, and overall life improvement from participating in their direct sales downlines. There’s a reason these companies are looked at with skepticism, however. Many people known MLM companies by different names. […]

accounting basics

When it comes to small business accounting, most people know that it is important to keep your records updated for taxes. However, there are many more benefits from small business accounting that you can use to grow, improve, and expand your business. Here are some of the most important accounting reports for your small business […]

money habits

Investing is an important part of preparing for the future. If you want to retire someday, investments and other retirement savings are vital for success. But if you don’t know where to start, the entire world of investments can feel intimidating. Here is a list of 7 types of investments you should know about and […]

A Merchants guide to Payment Fees

How much do you pay in bank fees each year? If you pay regular fees for ATMs, overdrafts, or monthly service charges on a personal checking account, you are doing it wrong! A recent survey found that the average cost to use out-of-network ATMs continued a decade-long trend of increases, but you shouldn’t be paying […]

travel

If you work for a big company, corporate travel means expense reports, company cards, and jumping through hoops to pick the right airline, hotel, and other arrangements to meet company guidelines. When traveling for work when self-employed, you can book your travel any way you want, but it is important to look at your budget, […]

When you head to the cash register for a purchase under $10, do you reach for plastic to pay? According to a recent survey, nearly half of Americans prefer to pay with cash for low dollar transactions. While Greenbacks are a popular way to pay for many people, paying cash is rarely the best option. […]

cash in your house

In a recent survey, about one-third of respondents who earn less than $30,000 per year said is it a good idea to draw from home equity to pay for regular bills. That is about 3x the number who said it is a good idea in the $75,000+ income range. So who is right and when […]

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