Howard Dvorkin is recognized as a consumer finance expert in the industry. As such, he regularly speaks to major media outlets and news networks about consumer finance. Browse Howard’s latest contributions here to see what Howard has to say about today’s top personal finance news topics. Or, if you’d like to quote Howard in an upcoming piece you’re working on or conduct a full interview, please email info@howarddvorkin.com.

The Definitive Guide to Repairing Bad Credit
By: Julia Glum
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February 18, 2021
|Money
Like it or not, your credit can make or break you.
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What Are Mutual Funds?
By: NOEL DÁVILA
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February 1, 2021
|Money
Mutual funds are a simple way for investors to buy a group of securities with one purchase. These securities can consist of stocks, money market instruments, bonds, and other assets.
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South Florida 100: Looking forward to Inauguration Day, remembering MLK
Our panel of 100 influential leaders discusses the most important issues affecting you.
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How Often To Check Every Aspect of Your Finances in 2021 and Beyond
By: Gabrielle Olya
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January 8, 2021
|GoBankingRates
So just how often should you be checking in with the various aspects of your financial plan? Here’s how often the experts say you need to review your finances to stay on track with your goals for 2021 — and beyond.
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How To Budget For the Year With COVID-19 Uncertainty
By: Gabrielle Olya
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January 7, 2021
|GoBankingRates
With so much up in the air, it can be daunting to get your budget and financial plans in order for the year. Here’s what financial experts say you should do to be ready for whatever comes your way in 2021.
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11 Steps for Paying Off Credit Card Debt in 2021
By: Nicole Spector
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January 4, 2021
|Yahoo Finance
Debt was already a significant hurdle for Americans in the years leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic; back in 2018, a study by Northwestern Mutual found that average personal debt (exclusive of home mortgages and among those with some debt) surpassed $38,000. And things continued to worsen.
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