Ask anyone who has ever hired a freelance business writer or freelance financial writer and they’ll tell you: There’s just no substitute for experience. This is especially true when it comes to freelance business and financial writing and editing.
Your business or financial writer either “gets it” or doesn’t. Ultimately, it’s the difference between a smooth, hassle-free project that’s on target and exceeds your expectations—and one that falls well short.
As a long-time freelance business and financial writer and editor, I bring more than three decades of valuable experience to each project and assignment. My specialties are freelance business writing and freelance financial writing, two niches where practical experience is essential.
Speaking the Language of CEOs
You need a freelance business writer who understands the nuances involved in communicating with executives and entrepreneurs—who knows how to “speak the language” and is comfortable interviewing a small business owner or a Fortune 500 CEO. Or a freelance financial writer who knows the difference between a Roth and traditional IRA or a defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plan. You don’t have the time or patience for on-the-job freelance writer training.
Throughout my professional writing and editing career, I have worked closely with some of the largest banks, accounting firms and mutual fund companies in the country as a freelance business writer and freelance financial writer. These include PNC Bank, Cadence Bank, U.S. Bancorp, Ernst & Young, Janus Capital Group, Thomson Reuters and Allinial Global, I’ve written ghost articles and blogs, newsletters,, brochures, white papers, website copy, email campaigns, PowerPoint presentations and more for these and countless other financial industry clients.
Quality Content and Professionalism
Top financial institutions and financial services providers such as these demand the highest quality content and highest levels of professionalism and service from the freelance business writers and freelance financial writers they work with. I would be glad to provide you with references so you can speak with any of my clients to learn more about their professional working relationships with me and my skills as a freelance business writer and freelance financial writer.
I specialize in writing content targeted to the small, middle-market and large corporate (Fortune 1,000) audiences. Throughout my career, I’ve written for a number of different business and financial publications and ghostwritten articles and blogs for industry professionals.
Grasping Niche Industries
One of my strengths is my ability to grasp niche business markets and industries quickly and then write high-quality content targeted specifically to these audiences. Among the niche industries I have become an expert in are the oil and gas industry; cloud and mainframe computing; software testing; medical and dental practice management; automobile dealership management; qualified retirement plans; commercial finance (asset-based lending and factoring); M&A advisory services; registered investment advisory (RIA) firms; and accounting.
On the financial side, I have written on virtually any financial topic (both business and personal) that you can name, with a particular concentration in taxes and accounting. Other financial topic areas I am very familiar with include retirement plans (from both the plan participant and provider-trustee angles); personal financial planning and retirement planning; sophisticated trust and estate planning strategies; personal investing and portfolio management; and all types of insurance (life, disability, health, P&C, etc.).
I’ve kept my website simple and uncluttered so you can easily learn more about my qualifications as a professional business and financial writer and editor. Just click on the links below for more details on my background and experience, a list of clients I’ve worked with, to view some samples of my work, to read a few testimonials from satisfied clients, or to learn how to contact me directly.