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Adam Auriemma is a personal finance journalist and the former editor-in-chief of Money magazine. He has also been a deputy bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal, managing editor of The Daily Beast, and deputy editor of Fusion, a joint venture of Univision and ABC News. Teams working under Adam’s leadership have received the Gerald Loeb Award for Business and Financial Journalism, a National Association of Black Journalists Digital Media Commentary Award, and an Emmy nomination for Best Cultural/Topical Documentary.
John Puterbaugh is a journalist with more than 10 years of experience leading editorial teams in personal finance, consumer advocacy, and local news. Before working as editorial director for NextAdvisor, he was the senior editor for Reviews.com, and worked as an editor at the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, and other newspapers. Email him at email@example.com.
Farnoosh Torabi is a freelance personal finance writer and host of the award-winning podcast “So Money,” in which she talks to leading experts, influencers, and everyday people on all things money. Farnoosh’s work and advice have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes, among others. She is also a regular guest on news and talk shows such as NBC Today, CNN, and MSNBC.
How We Make Money
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