WalletGenius is a personal finance website designed to help you make smart financial decisions. Whether you’re struggling to get by or looking to make a huge investment, we have content designed to guide you along the way. We offer everything from general budgeting advice and income tax tips, to specific product recommendations. Our carefully fact-checked content will help achieve future financial success — whatever that means to you.
Our goal is to deliver the highest quality content to our readers. To ensure that, all of our content is reviewed at least once (by an editor) and often twice (by a financial expert or experienced finance writer). We will always strive to provide you with the most accurate and useful financial advice. While we may update or edit some articles after they are published, our general editorial process is as follows:
Our team is made up of freelance and staff writers, along with an in-house Managing Editor. Together, they bring years of experience in the online publishing industry. Their diverse backgrounds bring a wide range of viewpoints that, combined, make WalletGenius a reliable source of financial news and advice. We believe that our team can help you achieve your financial goals, whatever they might be.
Devon is a Canadian-based writer and a father of three young children. He's simultaneously trying to build college funds and plan for an eventual retirement. He's been in online publishing since 2013 and has a degree from the University of Guelph. In his free time, he loves fanatically following the Blue Jays and Toronto FC, camping with his family, and playing video games
Riley is a San Francisco-based senior financial analyst and CPA at Google who also runs the personal finance site, Young and the Invested. He and his wife have one child together and all three enjoy exploring the outdoors of Northern California. Previously, he worked for a public utility in New Orleans for six years after graduating from Penn State University with his M.S. in Applied Economics and Demography.
David is a published author, entrepreneur and a proud dad. He firmly believes that anyone can build a solid financial foundation as long as they are willing to learn. He runs MoneyNing.com, where he discusses every day money issues to encourage the masses to think about their finances more often. Today, he is living his dream of helping others achieve financial freedom by providing financial education to anyone who wants to seek advice. You can get in contact with him on his website, or on social media through his Twitter or Facebook page.
Len Penzo has always had a strong disdain for debt. As a result, he has been practicing sound personal finance management ever since graduating from high school. Len, who has a degree in Electrical Engineering as well as an MBA, has been writing about personal finance since 2008 on his eponymous personal finance blog, Len Penzo dot Com. His widely-acclaimed blog has been twice-honored as a Kiplinger Best Money Blog; it has also been honored with two Plutus Awards for Best Personal Finance Blog. Len’s personal finance articles have been featured in the New York Times, MSN, Business Insider, Money, Time, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Yahoo! Finance, CBS MoneyWatch and Clark Howard, just to name a few.
Nick is a writer based in Kitchener, Ontario and has worked in online publishing since 2013. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @Nick_Steinberg.
Justine Reist is a mom of two who lives in Guelph, Ontario. She graduated from Conestoga College in 2010 with a diploma in journalism. In her free time she enjoys lifting weights, watching horror films, and spending time with friends and family. She's never met a taco she didn't like.
Rebecca Henderson has a Master's in German and a Bachelor's in Creative Writing. She alternates her time between writing and working on a variety of motorized projects. Most recently, she and her boyfriend have been building a custom drift trike. Rebecca believes that language, love, and a life worth living are only the first ingredients to happiness.