Angie Mohr

Angie Mohr is a Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Accountant who has worked with thousands of business and personal finance clients from home-based entrepreneurs to rock bands to celebrity chefs. She is also the author of the Numbers 101 for Small Business series of books which have been translated into several languages and are sold worldwide. Her new book: Money$marts: Teaching Your Kids the Value of a Buck will be released in the fall of 2011.

Angie also freelances for several newspapers and magazines, both in print and online. She is passionate about gardening, cooking and bringing more local foods into our diet. She is Canadian through and through but lives by the ocean in Savannah, Georgia with her husband, two children, six cats and innumerable chickens. Follow Angie on Twitter @angiewritergirl.

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  1. Budgeting

    Five Ways To Teach Your Kids The Value Of A Dollar

    Kids are never too young to start learning money lessons. The more opportunities they have to work with money and manage it, the more money savvy they will be as adults.
  2. Professionals

    5 Overused Resume Phrases

    Here are five phrases to avoid if you want your resume to stand out in the crowd.
  3. Personal Finance

    What Is "Chained CPI?"

    Chained CPI is one of many ways to approximate the impact of rising or falling prices to consumers' pocketbooks.
  4. Investing News

    5 Most Publicized Ethics Violations by CEOs

    High-profile downfalls of corporate CEOs are not a new phenomenon. Here are five of the most public and egregious CEO ethics failures.
  5. Home & Auto

    The Dangers Of A Reverse Mortgage

    In many circumstances, a reverse mortgage can be a risk to your financial security. Here are six dangers you should consider before signing on the bottom line.
  6. Investing News

    The Impact Of Mark Carney Leaving Bank Of Canada To Take ...

    Canada's loss is the U.K.'s gain, as Mark Carney goes overseas to take over the Bank of England.
  7. Budgeting

    How To Pay Off Christmas Debt

    Here are some common sense tips for getting over the financial holiday hangover.
  8. Investing News

    Sandy Hook's Consequences For The Gun Industry

    The mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School resulted in share prices dropping for U.S. gun manufacturers. Will there be further consequences?
  9. Entrepreneurship

    4 Business Partnership Mistakes To Avoid

    When two or more people get together to run a business, the odds of conflict and financial risk increase without the proper controls in place.
  10. Professionals

    The Rise Of For-Women Advisor Practices

    For-women financial advisory firms help women navigate life changes such as marriage, children, retirement and widowhood.
  11. Home & Auto

    Advantages And Disadvantages Of Using A Mortgage Broker

    Mortgage brokers may be able to find you the loan of your dreams, but you should consider the potential downsides before hiring one.
  12. Economics

    3 Alarming Trends With America's Economy

    Here are three trends that have the potential to lead the country back into recession.
  13. Economics

    Obama And Romney's Education Policies Compared

    As the presidential election draws near, the candidates have further defined their positions on many issues, including education.
  14. Savings

    Emergency Funds That Are Right For Your Tax Bracket

    How much you need to sock away depends on how much money you'll need down the road.
  15. Savings

    How To Cash In Your Heirlooms

    Learn how to make the most money from your family treasures without getting ripped off.
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