Eric Rosenberg


Professional Experience

After a decade of online writing part-time, I left a career in corporate finance and accounting to pursue writing full-time. I have professional experience in banking along with corporate finance/account roles in telecommunications, retirement home management, and payments. My writing has been focused primarily around personal finance and entrepreneurship topics with extensive experience writing about investing, debt management, mortgages, student loans, earning income on the side through a "side hustle," affordable travel, and real estate. I have also ventured into topics on travel, telecommunications, customer service, and consumer technology.


10 Years
Web Developer
8 Years
Social Media
10 Years


Personal Finance
Business (general)


Online/new media
10 Years
3 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

10 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Student Loan Hero (10+), (10+), SoFi (3-5), Betterment (3-5), HCC Medical Insurance Services (10+), TD Ameritrade (1-2), Travelers (3-5), Investopedia (10+)

Other Work History

Senior Financial Analyst - Fiserv (Portland, Oregon) - September 2014 – April 2016 Senior Financial Analyst - Holiday Retirement (Portland, Oregon) - December 2013 - August 2014 Financial Analyst II - Level 3 Communications (Broomfield, Colorado) - November 2010 - December 2013 Financial Analyst / Senior General Accountant / Senior Treasury Analyst - Qwest Communications (Denver, Colorado) - March 2008 - November 2010

Technical Skills

WordPress theme development, HTML5, CSS3, PHP (basic working knowledge)

Foreign Language Skills

Very basic Spanish and Hebrew

Computer Skills

WordPress, Podcast recording and publishing, Microsoft Office Suite - advanced Excel proficiency, Google Apps Suite, Windows + Mac OS X


Macbook Pro, Canon T5i dSLR camera, Blue Yeti microphone

Work Permits & Visas

United States Citizen


FinCon - Financial Blogger Conference



Personal story on paying off my $90,000 MBA ($40,000 in student loans) in 2 years. Syndicated to Huffington Post (lead story on Financial Education section) and Business Insider
Breaking news story on uncovered property damage that the insurance industry would not pay related to Superstorm Hurricane Sandy.
A look at how tech giant Google makes money.
A guide to finding health insurance after the open enrollment deadline.