- • 30+ years of experience writing about business and personal finance
- • Along with his personal blog, Bresiger has been writing for the New York Post since 2000
- • Author of two books: "MoneySense" and "Personal Finance for People Who Hate Personal Finance."
Gregory Bresiger has been a personal finance and business writer for more than thirty years. He currently has a blog, writing about personal finance, sports and history. Spent about 20 years as a reporter and news-director in various small market newspapers and radio stations during the 1970s and 1980s.
He has also been writing for the New York Post since 2000, and is an editor with SourceMedia. Prior to this, Gregory wrote for a number of publications including Traders Magazine, Financial Advisor Magazine and the New Jersey Herald. He is the author of two books: "MoneySense," published in 2013 and "Personal Finance for People Who Hate Personal Finance," which was published in 2010.
Gregory graduated from New York University with a Master of Arts in history. He also has an undergraduate degree from Fordham University in history.
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