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About Jeremy Biberdorf

Jeremy Biberdorf is the founder of Modest Money. After working many years in the website marketing industry, he decided to take on blogging full time and also get his finances headed in the right direction.
Modest Money Stock Wizard Giveaway Contest
  • Modest Money Stock Wizard Giveaway Contest

Modest Money Stock Wizard Giveaway Contest

By |August 16th, 2016|

We’re excited to announce that our popular Stock Wizard resource has received a major face-lift. Now it is even easier to monitor and research the best stocks to trade. If you’re still scouring the web when researching stocks, you need to check out the Stock Wizard. It has all the crucial information you need […]

Modest Money Stock Investing Contest
  • Modest Money Stock Investing Contest

Modest Money Stock Investing Contest

By |May 26th, 2016|

With our revolutionary Stock Wizard being launched 2 months ago we decided to host a stock investing contest. If you’ve got the stock market mastered or if you just think you might have a knack for investing, put your skills to the test in our free contest.

For our stock investing contest we partnered with […]

Small Investment Blogger Team Revolutionize Online Stock Market Investing
  • Small Investment Blogger Team Revolutionize Online Stock Market Investing

Modest Money Revolutionize Online Stock Market Investing With New Free Stock Quote Resource

By |March 4th, 2016|

The Modest Money team recently rocked the online investment community with an innovative, free stock quote resource that will save investors time while increasing investment profits.

Normally when people research stock quotes online they’re stuck using tools from massive companies such as Google and Yahoo. While such companies provide some useful, general information, it definitely […]

Introducing the BMO SmartFolio Effortless Investing
  • Introducing the BMO SmartFolio Effortless Investing

Introducing the BMO SmartFolio Effortless Investing

By |February 12th, 2016|

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BMO. All opinions are 100% mine.
Well it’s been a while since I’ve written any posts myself on my blog. With the new focus on investing news I’ve been leaving the writing to much more experienced investors. In all honesty I still consider myself […]

iQuantifi Financial Advice Giveaway
  • iQuantifi Financial Advice Giveaway

iQuantifi Financial Advice Giveaway

By |November 3rd, 2014|

Would you, or maybe someone you know, like to win a year of comprehensive and personalized financial advice? This is your chance! iQuantifi uses specialized technology to lay out a personalized financial plan for you based on your financial goals and your resources. You simply answer a few questions, and they provide you with […]

Big Personal Finance eBook Giveaway Contest
  • Big Personal Finance eBook Giveaway Contest

Big Personal Finance eBook Giveaway Contest

By |September 10th, 2014|

I figured it’s been a while since I hosted a giveaway contest here at Modest Money. In the past I would give away cash or physical prizes like iPads. That stuff is cool and all, but it doesn’t really seem to fit in with a personal finance blog. Sure the cash might help your […]

oDesk and Their Misadventure Into Minimum Wages
  • oDesk and Their Misadventure Into Minimum Wages

oDesk and Their Misadventure Into Minimum Wages

By |August 13th, 2014|

Previously I wrote about my displeasure with oDesk. For those of you not in the know, oDesk is a site where you can hire online contractors for all kinds of work. In concept it’s great, but unfortunately they simply don’t know how to run their business properly.

In my last rant I was mostly going […]

Exclusive Interview with Betterment CEO Jon Stein
  • Exclusive Interview with Betterment CEO Jon Stein

Exclusive Interview with Betterment CEO Jon Stein

By |August 12th, 2014|

Last year at FinCon I was lucky enough to meet up with the great folks from Betterment. Some other finance bloggers and I had a good chat with the CEO Jon Stein. He had some interesting insight into where he wanted to take his company and why he thinks his business model has been […]

Sacrificing Work and Life Balance for Business
  • Sacrificing Work and Life Balance for Business

Sacrificing Work and Life Balance for Business

By |August 4th, 2014|

A couple weeks ago I wrote about how I had jumped back into self employment. At this point I think I definitely made the right decision.

I don’t say this because I now have unlimited freedom to hang out with friends.

I don’t say that because I have been busy enjoying the summer as much as […]

self-employment
  • self-employment

Jumping Back Into Self Employment

By |July 21st, 2014|

As some of you already know I recently made the jump back in self employment. Ok it was actually a couple months ago but I’ve been working too hard to fit in any kind of announcement.

I had been itching to make the move for a while now. Once you get that taste of self […]