About the Blog
Welcome to the blog. Narrow Bridge Finance is a site dedicated to helping you organize and simplify your financial life to save time, money, and headache. This is not a blog that will tell you not to spend money, but it will tell you to spend responsibly. What is the point of having money if you can’t have any fun? However, I firmly believe in taking responsibility for your financial future.
On this site, you will read how I paid for a private school MBA, went to college for free, make sure my credit cards pay me, make traveling the world affordable, and get the most out of life without having to worry about bouncing a check. I write about ensuring you have a good personal finance lifestyle. Your finances are not just about one thing, they are an entire package including income, savings, investments, and debt management.
About The Author
My name is Eric and I am a financial analyst from Denver, Colorado. I have both an undergraduate finance degree and an MBA in finance. I have experience in investing a portion of a university endowment fund, banking, loan origination, corporate accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, starting several small businesses, and helping countless people clean up their financial situation to build a foundation for a better future.
My experience in banking gives me a great insight into loans, credit, and interest. I have underwritten loans, approved credit cards, and restructured mortgages. I have also been the guy on the phone dealing with overdrafts and fees. I know what you have to do to get fees cut and credit issues resolved.
Please let me know if you ever have questions about anything. If I don’t know the answer, I promise to find out. I might also post the question for our community of readers to give you advice. Together we can beat the banks! You can send me a message through my contact form to ask questions or suggest topics. My inbox is always open.
Read more about my thoughts on life, the universe, and everything at my personal blog, The Blog of Eric Rosenberg.
The posts on this blog represent the author’s (or guest author’s) personal opinions. I am not a certified financial adviser. What is written here is based on my education, work history, personal experience, or research. I never just make things up, but I do not have a crack team of editors trying to find anything I say that is incorrect.
Any stock, investment, banking, or credit decisions are made at your own risk. I am not liable for anything bad that happens as a result of you following advice from this blog. However, if you do well with my advice I am happy to take a commission (wink) or happy e-mail.
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