I’m headed to a conference in Texas next week, so I could use a guest poster or two. If you’re interested in having a post here on Generation X Finance, contact me and let me know. The only requirements are that it should be a new post that you don’t currently have on your site, and be personal finance related in nature. You can reprint the piece on your own site, I just ask that you wait a month or two before doing so. I’d need any submissions by Tuesday evening.
In other news, I’m also scheduled to finally sit for my Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®) exam this weekend. Just one more notch in the belt. All I know is that I’ve learned more about retirement plans in the past year than I care to know. So, while I’m taking an exam and packing my bags, I encourage you to take a look at these great articles from the past week.
Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.
Hi Jeremy, I'd be very keen to write a Guest Post for Gen X finance, provided you think my writing is up to scratch.
I've actually been a lurker here for some time and recently launched my own finance blog and just sent you an email requesting a quick critique of my site :)
Hope to hear from you soon!
I saw your comment on AFM, so I sent you a message over on SU. We're already friends on SU, but my username there doesn't identify me very well. But at SU I'm marubozo.
Thanks for the mention, I appreciate that. Glad you got through that post and I'm sure you can relate to a lot of it. When I read your posts, I almost always relate to your experiences, it's kinda funny.
Left a message on JLP's post from last night... what's your StumbleUpon name? wanna hook up there.
Also, so you know... experimenting with leaving comments over there instead of on blog posts, kill two birds with one stone. So I'm sure I'll be stumbling and reviewing GenX over there.