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Tonya Chin is a financial writer based in Los Angeles. She received her bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and has three years’ experience writing about fixed income securities. When she’s not writing about finance, she enjoys practicing yoga and playing the piano.


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Jane Genova is a journalist, syndicated blogger, and ghostwriter on financial topics. Her analysis and commentary, under her own byline, have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Wall Street Job Report, Selling To Seniors, IP Watchdog and Motley Fool. She has been quoted in Bloomberg Business Week, The New York Times, Plain Dealer, New York Magazine, and Crain’s. Currently, she operates her own boutique Genova Writing, Coaching, and More which provides ghostwriting services on financial issues for professional services firms and entrepreneurs. Under clients’ bylines, her publication credits include The Wall Street Journal, Fox Business, Seeking Alpha, American Banker, Bankruptcy Strategist, Yahoo!, The Washington Post, The New York Times, Hemisphers, USA Today and 20 books. She has an MA in linguistics from the University of Michigan and had attended Harvard Law School.

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Ashley Henshaw is a freelance writer based in Chicago. She is a graduate of Loyola University Chicago with a bachelor’s degree in English. She has previously written about health, fitness, finance and travel topics for sites such as, USA Today, The Huffington Post, AOL’s City’s Best, All Things Frugal and Campus Explorer.


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Cryn Johannsen is the author of Higher Ed, Greater Debt: The Student Loan Debt Crisis (Seven Stories Press, 2014). She is also the Founder and Executive Director of All Education Matters(AEM), a 501(c)(4); She is a freelance journalist for The Huffington Post, The Loop 21, and Hypervocal. Cryn has a strong interest in finance and education and her work has appeared in USA Today, and The New England Journal of Higher Education.

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