Ashley Chorpenning

Personal Finance Writer and Content Creator

I am a personal finance writer and content creator. In addition to contributing to Wealth Meta, I write for solo entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies. When I'm not calculating my net worth or reading the latest personal finance book, you can find me shark diving in South Africa.

Blog Posts by Ashley Chorpenning:

5 Ways Your Social Circle May Be Costing You a Secure Financial Future

It may be hard to notice at first, but your friends may be costing you a secure financial future. In order to avoid the potential negative influence of our friends, here are 5 trends you ...

Personal Finance

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Negotiation Tactics That Can Boost Your Financial Security

Do you lack negotiation skills and assertiveness? If so then car dealerships, employers and loan sharks want to work with you! You are leaving money on the table and lining their pockets by not sharpening ...

Financial Literacy

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Six Financial Moves You Need to Make Once You Tie the Knot

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes talking about your finances? That’s right. Now that you’re married, finances will play a major role in your daily lives. Here are 6 financial moves you need ...

Family and Finances

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Here's the Real Retirement Killer: Inflation

Consumers spend their lifetime working toward that magic number that will allow them to retire. Unfortunately, many pre-retirees leave out an important detail that could cost them a large portion of their retirement savings.

Personal Finance, Risk Reduction

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10 Ways to Instantly Improve Your Budget

Budgeting can be a bit of a challenge. It’s on ongoing effort to manage your money on a monthly basis. If you find you are struggling with yours, here are a few ways to instantly ...

Budgeting

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How to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits in Less Than 140 Characters

The answer in 140 characters: Work 35+ years, earn the maximum, wait as long as possible to retire, minimize income in retirement, avoid state taxes, stay alive.

Personal Finance

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