Daniel Kurt

Daniel Kurt is a Washington, D.C.-based freelance writer whose work has appeared in a variety of well known media outlets. His professional interests include educating everyday investors, covering interesting business trends and interviewing some of North America's most dynamic executives. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Master's degree in Communication.

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  1. Insurance

    Who Needs Extortion Insurance?

    Insurance can help mitigate the financial damage of an extortion plot, but it’s important to read the fine print before taking out one of these policies.
  2. Savings

    5 Things to Look for in a Private Banker

    When putting all your assets into one private banker basket, it pays to proceed with caution.
  3. Investing

    Do You Need A Private Banker?

    They offer well-heeled clients unparalleled convenience, but could be prone to certain conflicts of interest.
  4. Investing

    Which Are the World's 10 Largest Private Banks?

    Most of the largest private banking providers in the world are headquartered in Europe or the United States.
  5. Entrepreneurship

    Protecting Your Idea From Angel Investors

    If you need outside financing to grow your business, be careful about whom you decide to talk to and what information you offer them.
  6. Entrepreneurship

    How To Join An Angel Investor Group

    If you’re new to angel investing, it often helps to join a group that can partner up on deals and spread out the due diligence work.
  7. Entrepreneurship

    Can I Become An Angel Investor?

    Because of SEC rules, you already need significant assets to become an angel investor.
  8. Retirement

    Avoid These 5 Scams Targeting Senior Citizens

    Unfortunately, many scam artists try to prey on people whom they perceive as particularly vulnerable, especially seniors.
  9. Personal Finance

    Are You In The Top One Percent Of The World?

    If you live in an industrialized country, cracking the top one percent of income earners isn't as difficult as you might think.
  10. Credit & Loans

    Save? (Or Prepay Your Mortgage Or Student Loan?)

    With low-interest rate loans, you might be better off paying just your monthly minimum and investing whatever extra funds you have.
  11. Credit & Loans

    Not a U.S. Citizen? A Home Loan is Still Possible

    Many banks and mortgage companies offer conventional and FHA home loans to non-U.S. citizens, if they can verify their work history and financial status.
  12. Economics

    Assessing The Pros & Cons of Immigration Reform

    Many of the arguments for and against immigration reform focus on the economic impact of the legislation, including its effect on job growth and wages.
  13. Credit & Loans

    Is it Worth Saving Up for a Bigger Down Payment?

    There are numerous low-down-payment mortgage options out there, but sometimes it makes sense to build up your savings so you can borrow less.
  14. Retirement

    IUL Insurance: An Alternative Retirement Plan?

    Indexed universal life insurance is the rise. But critics argue that wisely allocated IRA and 401(k) funds will normally offer better returns.
  15. Personal Finance

    Best Websites To Find A Job In Finance

    Using the right job boards for your industry can dramatically reduce the time it takes to find gainful employment. And hiring is on the rise right now.
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