Aaron Crowe, a seasoned journalist and former Section Editor at AOL's WalletPop.com, crafts compelling narratives on personal finance. With a BA in Journalism, his expertise spans editing, blogging, and ghostwriting.
- Former Assistant Editor at Contra Costa Times, Copy editor at the Daily Republic
- Freelance journalist
- Experience in Finance Writing and Editing, Blogging and Newsletter Writing
Aaron Crowe has been a freelance journalist since 2011 to date specializing in personal finance writing and editing. He provides stories ranging from blog posts to essays and photos centered around personal finance.
As a Section Editor at AOL, he wrote news and feature stories for WalletPop.com, a personal finance website. At the same time, he assigned stories to reporters and worked with them on content.
Aaron has written for several websites, including AOL, US News, World Report, Wells Fargo, Wisebread, and AARP. He has also written for many insurance companies and investing sites.
He is a storyteller who uses layman’s terms to explain personal finance and how it affects consumers. Aaron has several years of experience working as a reporter and editor in newspapers.
As a trained journalist, he can research and write on any topic, either under his name or as a ghostwriter.
Aaron has a BA (Distinction, Journalism), and a Minor in English. He also has software training on Drupal and other content management systems, Microsoft Word.
“I write in a way that makes complex things understandable.”