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jill fraser

Cofounder, Co-Managing Director

praise for jill`s book

"Rarely are business owners presented with valuable information in an extremely readable form. Jill Fraser accomplishes both with aplomb in The Business Owner's Guide to Personal Finance. Business owners who read it will enrich not only their intellects, but also their bank accounts.

—Jay Conrad Levinson, Author,
Guerrilla Marketing series of books

"Entrepreneurs, you've worked too hard to get where you are and not harvest what you've earned. Here's a priceless guide to preserving and balancing your financial life."

—Bob Morgan, President,
Council of Growing Companies

Jill Fraser is a leading authority on the world of money. She is able to provide timely and savvy guidance, illuminating anecdotes, and an always-fresh perspective on must-know topics including personal and corporate finance, investments, big and small business, economic affairs, and more. A true multimedia personality, she is a noted book author and prominent journalist, as well as a popular public speaker and frequent guest on radio and television shows across the U.S.

Jill's extensive knowledge about investments, finance, and today's challenging work environments is matched by her skills as a storyteller and her ability to communicate even the most complex subjects and strategies to all kinds of audiences. During her twenty-year career, she has served as finance editor of Inc. magazine, a staff writer at Forbes, a columnist at The New York Times, and a contributing editor for Bloomberg Personal Finance. She has also contributed to major magazines such as Money, Good Housekeeping, Worth, and Smart Money. Her long list of television and radio show appearances includes The Today Show, Good Morning America, The O'Reilly Factor, and National Public Radio's The Connection.


Cofounder, Co-Managing Director

Laura Walbert is a highly regarded and experienced commentator on financial and business topics. She has been recognized for her ability to untangle complicated financial transactions and cast an expert's eye on the latest business and economic trends.

During her twenty-year tenure as a financial writer, Laura has written about markets, investing and personal finance, real estate, insurance, and taxation issues, as well as corporate strategies for companies both large and small. Laura has served as a staff writer for Forbes magazine, a columnist for Institutional Investor, and a contributing editor for Financial World. Her work has been published by The New York Times, Fortune, Money, Bloomberg Personal Finance, Smart Money, Town & Country, and other major publications.

Additionally, Laura has executed a wide range of custom publishing and media projects. Her clients have included Microsoft, Stern Stewart, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and various financial advisors and investment firms. She also has prepared publicity and marketing materials for a number of non-profit organizations.