As a personal finance columnist, Howard regularly contributes to several major financial news publications. He’s currently featured with monthly news columns in both Forbes and Entrepreneur Magazine. But in Howard’s world, there’s always room for more! If you’d like request a column, guest post or recurring feature from Howard Dvorkin, please email info@howarddvorkin.com.

You Can’t Cancel Debt — You Can Only Move It Around
By: Howard Dvorkin
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August 6, 2020
|Forbes
I’m a CPA and personal debt specialist, not a lawyer, so I don’t want to discuss the legal issues. I want to talk about the practical and personal implications of debt cancellation — a noble yet dangerous concept.
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The Real Villain In The HEROES Act
By: Howard Dvorkin
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July 14, 2020
|Forbes
Congress loves its acronyms, so the follow-up to the CARES Act, which stood for "Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security," is the HEROES Act. That's short for "Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions." To me, they're both abbreviations for trouble.
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Don't Listen When Your Customers Say They're Reining in Spending
By: Howard Dvorkin
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June 11, 2020
|Entrepreneur
I don’t build cutting-edge computers. I help people get out of debt. And because I deal with Americans who have spent too much on iPhones and a hundred other consumer products, I have a perspective that Steve Jobs never did.
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The Pandemic Is Deadly, But It's Not Transformative When It Comes To Spending
By: Howard Dvorkin
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June 3, 2020
|Forbes
In this awful moment, you might think everything will be different from now on. Sadly, when it comes to consumer spending, it won’t.
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Podcasts as Practice
By: Howard Dvorkin
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May 27, 2020
|Entrepreneur
I need to be ready for interviews whenever I’m called upon. So, in fact, do you. Nothing establishes an entrepreneur’s credibility more than other people calling you an expert.
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The Rise of Impostor Entrepreneurs
It's not only easier to steal an identity, but also to create one.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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August 13, 2019
|Entrepreneur
Scam artists have evolved from stealing identities to creating them. When determining with whom to associate, hardworking startups need to consider the credibility of each potential partner to avoid imposters. It's a trend that will keep entrepreneurs extra vigilant when verifying their online sources or experts.
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