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.

Predicting The Future Of Debt
By: Howard Dvorkin
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March 7, 2018
|Forbes
Futurists love to muse about the future of making money, but what about the future of not making money?
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Will Entrepreneurs Reinvent Banks In The Future?
No industry screams “legacy” more than banking -- but a disruption might be coming
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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December 5, 2017
|Forbes
I remember a time when the boldest entrepreneurs would cringe in horror if you suggested they try to build a car. In the last century, that was a very expensive way to fail. Elon Musk has succeeded with Tesla because he took a technological leap when the major automakers weren’t willing to.
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Why Today's Children Don't Want to Grow Up and Start a Business
A new study says kids today don't crave being their own boss.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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November 29, 2017
|Entrepreneur
We all want what's best for our kids. Sadly, they don't always know what's best for themselves. Every parent faces this dilemma. Sometimes it's inexperience, other times it's just kids being kids and defying their parents' wishes whether or not it makes sense.
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Will Equifax Make Money From Its Massive Security Breach?
The company that lost your most sensitive information will, for a fee, protect you from the people who stole it.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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October 27, 2017
|Entrepreneur
Ever since Equifax exposed the personal information of 145.5 million Americans, the news coverage and expert analysis have attempted to answer this question: Is the credit bureau unscrupulous or just inept?
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The Solution To The Student Loan Crisis? Implement New Rules
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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October 19, 2017
|Forbes
A few years ago, I interviewed a candidate for an entry-level accountant. The job paid $50,000, but she wanted $90,000. When I asked why I should pay almost double when she had little experience, she replied, “I have six master’s degrees.”
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How to be an Entrepreneur in 2030
Sure, technology will keep evolving but so will the psychology of the entrepreneurs and their customers.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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October 4, 2017
|Entrepreneur
Howard Dvorkin writes about how one can be an entrepreneur in 2030
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