Roger Wohlner

Roger is a financial and business writer who brings his extensive experience as a financial advisor to his writing. His background and experience provide his clients with a unique perspective that most financial writers just can’t offer.

Whether you are a financial services company or asset manager seeking an experienced writer to help you reach your target market, a financial site looking for another financial contributor, a financial advisor who would like to write but can’t carve out the time, Roger can help. He writes blog posts, articles, whitepapers, content for newsletters and email campaigns as well as marketing copy. One of Roger’s specialties is ghostwriting for financial advisors.

Roger is fluent on a wide range of topics including:

• Financial planning
• Investments
• Business banking and credit
• Business finance
• Retirement planning
• Mutual funds
• ETFs
• 401(k) plans, pensions and other employer sponsored retirement plans
• Planning issues for Baby Boomers, Millennials and Gen X
• Content geared for financial advisors and retirement plan sponsors

Roger’s work has been featured on Investopedia, Morningstar Magazine, Go Banking Rates, US News & World Report, Yahoo! Finance, The Motley Fool, Money.com and numerous other sites. His financial services clients include various banks, asset managers, insurance companies and financial advisors.

Roger continues to contribute to his popular finance blog The Chicago Financial Planner. You can follow Roger on Twitter @rwohlner or on LinkedIn.

Recent Articles By The Author

What Is Hazard Insurance?

What Is Hazard Insurance?

Hazard insurance goes beyond the basic homeowner's policy, and is essential for those living in areas prone to natural disasters. Be sure you understand what your policy covers and what it doesn't.

What Is a Bridge Loan?

What Is a Bridge Loan?

A bridge loan is a short-term loan that a person or company may use to tide them over until more permanent financing can be secured.

What Is a Title Loan?

What Is a Title Loan?

Title loans are short-term loans secured by the title to your car. They often have high interest rates that make them difficult, if not impossible to repay.

What Is a Stock Split?

What Is a Stock Split?

A stock split is a tool that a company can use to increase the number of its shares outstanding, or make the price of the shares accessible to more investors.

What Can You Do With a Finance Degree?

What Can You Do With a Finance Degree?

A finance degree can help you gain insights into how money works, and can open the door to a number of career paths.

How to Price a Product

How to Price a Product

Pricing of a product or service is key to the success or failure of your business. Ask yourself these questions to get it right.

How to Open a Business Bank Account

How to Open a Business Bank Account

For businesses that are incorporated as a separate entity, having a separate business bank account is essential to protect you from personal liability.

What Is a Parent PLUS Loan?

What Is a Parent PLUS Loan?

Parent Plus loans are federal education loans available to the parents of dependent eligible undergraduate students. Here's how they work.

What Is a Tax Lien?

What Is a Tax Lien?

A tax lien can be used by the IRS or other taxing authority in the event that you don't pay some or all of the tax that you owe.

What Is Dropshipping and How Does It Work?

What Is Dropshipping and How Does It Work?

When retailers don't keep physical inventory on hand, but fulfill orders via a third-party who sends the item directly to the buyer, that's dropshipping.