I Wrote Some Stuff

I’ve heard a few of my writer friends say December is a slow month. Not for me! I finally got access to post for Forbes mid-way through the month, so I feverishly banged out five blogs around Christmastime. I already shared my article about how to avoid being scammed like Heather Dubrow. A week after I posted that, I realized that Heather herself shared it via Instagram!


Thus, my very first post for Forbes did very well on page views. I fear I’ll never top those numbers again! Hopefully, Heather will put in a good word for me when I audition for Real Housewives of Scottsdale, right?

I also wrote about:

Things to Consider If You’re Thinking About Investing In Rental Property

How To Save Money On A Gym Membership

Whether a UTMA Account is a Good Alternative to the 529 Plan For College Savings

I have to admit, it’s pretty surreal seeing my writing on Forbes and even more amazing to see it being shared on Twitter, Facebook, and Linked In.

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Avoid Being Scammed Like Real Housewife Heather Dubrow

When I set out to make a career out of my writing a few months ago, I would never have considered that I would be published by Forbes. I mean, Forbes is FORBES.  A household name. The creme de la creme. And yet, here I am. I December, I became a Forbes contributor.

For my first post, I had the rare opportunity to write about two of my passions: accounting and Real Housewives. I mean, life is good.

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Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images for Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

Today you can find me on Forbes!!! sharing Heather Dubrow’s story of being scammed out of nearly $2 million by her accountant of more than 20 years, and what you can do to avoid the same fate.