Financial advice you can depend on

We recognize that personal finance is a complex topic and we hold high standards for all content we publish. We maintain that standard with the CNET Money Financial Review Board, a group of financial experts who vet and verify our content to ensure accuracy and reliability. Each article is drafted by a subject matter expert and reviewed by an expert who can make suggestions, improvements or comments for integration into the final draft.

CNET Money’s Financial Review Board includes wealth managers, financial planners, investors, compliance professionals, insurance educators and other financial experts.

Our article review process

  1. Presentation: CNET Money’s editorial team submits an article for the board’s consideration.
  2. Review: Board members review the article for accuracy and suggest revisions.
  3. Review: CNET editors include expert feedback and refine the article.
  4. Publishing. The final content is approved and the article is published.

Our financial experts

Our review board members are carefully selected based on their qualifications, experience and reputation as professionals in the financial industry.

Kenneth Chavis IV is a senior wealth manager at LourdMurray, a $6 billion wealth management firm based in Los Angeles. Kenneth provides comprehensive financial planning, investment management and tax planning services to business owners, equity compensated executives, engineers, physicians and entertainers with a focus on preserving and growing their wealth in a tax efficient manner. Kenneth serves clients as a fee-only fiduciary.

Mark Kantrowitz is an expert on student financial aid, FAFSA, scholarships, 529 plans, education tax credits, and student loans. Its mission is to provide students and their families with practical information, tips and tools so they can make smarter, more informed decisions about planning and paying for college. He has been quoted in more than 10,000 newspaper and magazine articles on college admissions and financial aid. Mark has written for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reuters, US News & World Report, MarketWatch, Money Magazine, Forbes, Newsweek, and Time for Mark is the author of five bestselling books on scholarships and financial aid and holds eight patents. Here are his most recent books Who graduates from college? Who doesn’t? and: How to Apply for More College Financial Aid.

Mark serves on the Editorial Board of the Journal of Student Financial Aid, the Editorial Advisory Board of Bottom Line/Personal, and is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Center for Educational Excellence. Mark previously served as publisher of FinAid, Fastweb, Edvisors, Cappex and Savingforcollege.com. Mark holds two bachelor’s degrees in mathematics and philosophy from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a master’s degree in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU).

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