Neal Frankle

Neal Frankle is a Certified Financial Planner in Los Angeles. He is also the chief editor of WealthPilgrim.com, MCMHA.org and CreditPilgrim.com. His mission is to help people have "No money worries. No matter what." He achieves that through his writing, webinars, books and working with clients.

How to dispute an error on your credit report and win
How to dispute an error on your credit report and win Money & Credit August 18, 2017
If your credit report contains errors, you owe it to yourself to clean it up. While it can be somewhat…
Small business owners
Small business owners: Leverage online banks for greater profits Online Banking August 10, 2017
If you’re a small business owner, I have some good news for you. You can easily reconstitute your banking relationships…
Owe taxes? Here are 7 easy ways to reduce your burden next year
Owe taxes? Here are 7 easy ways to reduce your burden next year Money & Credit April 28, 2017
In 1979, I got my first real paycheck from my first real job after graduating college. I remember opening the…
9 totally legitimate tax deductions for small businesses
9 totally legitimate tax deductions for small businesses Business & Entrepreneurs March 16, 2017
One of the perks of having your own small business is that you can deduct legitimate business expenses from your…
5 insurance policies you shouldn’t waste your money on
5 insurance policies you shouldn’t waste your money on Insurance November 21, 2016
Insurance is a great product; but it is often sold to the wrong people for the wrong reasons. Insurance makes…
How much life insurance do you need?
How much life insurance do you need? Insurance April 7, 2016
Having the right life insurance policy and the right amount of coverage is the cornerstone of a solid financial plan…
How smart retired people manage assets during volatile markets
How smart retired people manage assets during volatile markets Money & Credit March 22, 2016
If you are retired, you have probably been a little anxious over the last 6 months watching your investment accounts…