Eric Rosenberg

Eric Rosenberg

  • • 10 years experience in banking, corporate finance, and corporate accounting primarily at large, public companies
  • • Serial entrepreneur with 10+ years writing about personal finance and entrepreneurship online, founder of Denver Flash Mob, creator of apps and online services.
  • • Online work with companies and publications including The Balance, TD Ameritrade, SoFi, SelectQuote, RealtyShares, Motif Investing, New York Life, Travelers Insurance, Royal Bank of Canada, Betterment, Credit Karma, GoDaddy, Business Insider, The Huffington Post, and other fine outlets.


Eric Rosenberg is a finance, travel, and technology writer in Ventura, California. He is a former bank manager and corporate finance and accounting professional who left his day job in 2016 to take his online side hustle full-time. He has in depth experience writing about banking, credit cards, investing, and other financial topics, and is an avid travel hacker. When away from the keyboard, Eric he enjoys exploring the world, flying small airplanes, discovering new craft beers, and spending time with his wife and little girls.


Eric received his MBA in Finance from the University of Denver and his Bachelors in Finance from University of Colorado at Boulder.

Quote from Eric

"Personal finance may appear intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. I try to help people understand the basics, look at their finances like a business, and grow their wealth over time with a long-term focus."

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