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.

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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How The Russian Hacking Scandal Could Illuminate Companies' Cybersecurity Problems
By: Howard Dvorkin
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December 13, 2018
|Forbes Finance Council
Data breaches are a scary and unfortunately common reality. Organization-wide security awareness is only part of the solution. Learn how to keep your cyber defenses strong and how to protect yourself without hiring a security firm.
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3 Popular Trends Young Entrepreneurs Can't Afford to Follow
You need to focus on making money. Distractions can be fatal.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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November 21, 2018
|Entrepreneur
Young entrepreneurs may not like these tactics, but the focus it offers on making money can't be denied. Slow and steady can add valuable experience to your growing skills, as well as networking with a purpose.
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3 Surefire Ways for Successful Entrepreneurs to Lose It All
Entrepreneurs rushing to reach the proverbial next level often end up broke instead.
By: Howard S. Dvorkin
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August 9, 2018
|Entrepreneur
Successful entrepreneurs should keep a steady course if looking to reach new business heights. Too often, many once-successful business creators struggle to maintain or grow their companies due to reputation, life events, or ego issues. Just because you were fortunate with one business doesn't mean you will be so lucky with all your future endeavors.
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Are Millennials Becoming Their Parents?
By: Howard Dvorkin
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June 22, 2018
|Forbes Finance Council
Millennials may be into the latest tech but that doesn't mean they don't appreciate the good old days of brick and mortar stores. From preferring in-person experiences and welcoming boring travel for its inexpensive traits, millennials and their parents are more alike than one would initially assume.
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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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