About Money Q&A and Hank Coleman
Welcome to Money Questions & Answers, or more simply known as Money Q&A. Here I tackle one finance, investing, retirement, or money topic at a time. If you have a question that you would like me to answer here on the site, be sure to submit it to our “Ask A Question“ page!
You may be asking, “Who Is This Guy?”
My name is Hank Coleman, and in addition founding several popular personal finance sites such as Own The Dollar, Military Money Might, Money Q&A, and other financial sites, I am an entrepreneur and freelance writer specifically focusing on personal finance topics such as savings, investing, retirement, and other money topics.
Why you should listen to me…
I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, a Master’s Degree in Finance, Graduate Certificate in Personal Financial Planning, and am currently studying to take the exam for my Certified Financial Planner (CFP) credentials. I am a professional the government sector and a long time personal finance blogger who is passionate about teaching people how to help manage their money and finances.
Even at just one question at a time, we can learn from each other and find out own way down the path to financial freedom and security. That is my hope with this site, that we all learn and grow from one another and ultimately have stronger finances as well.
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Learn More About Money Questions & Answers (Money Q&A) and Hank…
- 10 Things I’ve Never Told You About Me
- Interview at Square Pennies
- Interview at CouponPal
- Interview at The Budget School
- Interview at Credit Card Assist
- Interview at Couple Money
- Interview at Smart Family Finance
- Interview at Invest In The Markets
- Profile at About.com “Money Over 55” Column
- Interview at Cell Phone City blog
- Featured in Canadian Budget Binder – 2016 Making a Difference series
Money Q&A and Hank Coleman on the Radio
Money Q&A and Hank Coleman have been featured on several regional talk radio shows. Here are a few where you can hear me talk about a wide variety of personal finance, investing, and real estate topics.
1150 KKNW Seattle, WA – “Brashenomics Radio Show”
- Learn About Home Improvement Projects
- Save Money On Moving Expenses
- Financial Mistakes College Students Make
- The Dangers Of Becoming An Accidental Landlord
KGO 810AM San Francisco – “Michael Finney Radio Show”
- Save Money On Moving Expenses
- How To Save Money At The Movie Theater
2 Guys And Your Money Podcast
Awards / Recognition:
Top Personal Finance Blogs of 2012 by ReadyForZero and One Smart Dollar
Evan Carmichael’s “Top 100 Personal Finance Experts to Follow on Twitter“
The Best Posts From Money Q&A…
- Ten Easy Ways To Save On Your Electric Bill
- My Next Home Is Going To Be A Hotel
- I Refinanced My Car, Dropped My APR 1%, And Still Pay More!
- How To Tell Your Children Santa Is Broke
- How To Save Money On Car Repairs
Other Media Mentions…
Here are some of the most recent media mentions that Hank Coleman and Money Q&A have been quoted in…
- 2013 Military Finance Guide – Article: “Budgeting For The New Year”
- Military Families Magazine – Winter 2012 – Article: “College Prep For Parents”
- Military Retirement vs. The REDUX Retirement Plan (coming soon)
- What You Need To Know About SGLI (coming soon)
Tech News Daily
Fox Business – Gerri Wills Show (Sept. 3rd, 2013)
FINCON13 – Panel on Financial Research
Other Media Mentions
- Deseret News – The Best Resting Place For Your House Down Payment Savings
- Career Intelligence.com – Workplace Relationships: To Friend or Not to Friend Your Boss, Staff, and Colleagues
- Auto Loan USA – How Consumers With Bad Credit Are Still Getting Loans In Today’s Economy
- Go Banking Rates – The 5 Most Genius Saving Money Strategies
- Online College.org – Guidebook for the Nontraditional Student: Dos, Don’ts, and the Secret to Self-Discipline
Disclaimer: While I may have degrees in finance and formal education in the matter, I am still not a certified financial planner, CPA, CFA, or professional money manager. Any information shared on Money Q&A does not constitute any specific financial advice.
The website is intended to provide general information only and does not attempt to give you detailed advice that relates to your specific circumstances. You should discuss your specific requirements for financial and professional advice and specific circumstances with an independent professional financial adviser, tax professional, and/or lawyer.
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