• • 17+ years of experience as a Chartered Accountant and Certified Management Accountant
  • • Author of 'Money$marts: Teaching Your Kids the Value of a Buck and Piggy Banks to Paychecks: Helping Children Understand the Value of a Dollar'
  • • 17+ years of experience writing for various personal finance publications


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 a featured writer for Forbes, MSNBC Money, Motley Fool, CBS MoneyWatch, Yahoo!Finance, Globe & Mail, and several other sites.

Angie is the author of the Numbers 101 for Small Business series of books that cover every stage of a company's life, from start up to exit. The Numbers 101 books have been translated into several languages and are sold worldwide. Her newest book, 'Piggybanks to Paychecks: Helping Kids Understand the Value of a Dollar', is set to be released in Canada in February 2012 and in the United States and the UK in March.


Angie received her BA in Economics and Accounting from Wilfrid Laurier University.

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