Andrew Schrage

Member Since 2012

Andrew Schrage


Money Crashers Personal Finance

New Hampshire

Andrew Schrage is co-owner of the Money Crashers Personal Finance website. He is an economics graduate from Brown University who previously worked at a Chicago-based investment fund. His passion for Money Crashers is rooted in trying to fill the personal finance education void worldwide. His hope is to provide top-notch education, tips, and strategies that Money Crashers readers can utilize on their way to achieving financial fitness. He is originally from Boston, and is an avid ice hockey and tennis player.


January 17th, 2023

9 Practical Ways to Make Your Customer Service More Proactive

It only takes one unhappy customer leaving a negative review to damage a company's reputation and drive away future business. Therefore, it's imperative that customer service teams immediately resolve any customer complaints before they can snowball and turn into bigger problems for a company.

January 9th, 2023

9 Signs You May Have Made a Bad Hiring Choice (and What to Do Next)

December 27th, 2022

Eight Technologies That Could Have An Exciting Impact On Business In 2023

Every year, new technologies are introduced or improved upon that have a major impact on the business world. From major to minor innovations, and from physical machines to complex code, each advancement has the potential to change the way the world does business—and this year was no exception.

November 28th, 2022

Is Your Workplace Becoming Toxic? 13 Signs to Look for and How to Respond

A toxic workplace can lead to lower-quality work, a decrease in productivity, and employee dissatisfaction—all of which may lead to staff turnover. When you’re a leader, it’s important to address the signs of a toxic workplace as soon as you notice them in order to avoid cultivating a negative company culture.


Money Crashers Personal Finance

Money Crashers is a personal finance website designed to help readers make better saving and spending decisions and to fill the personal finance void in our education system. We offer tips and resources for an array of finance-related topics, including effective retirement planning, investing, budgeting for college, and generating more income. The site is centered on what we call our "Eleven Indispensable Principles," such as always spending less than you make, investing for the long-term with a simple strategy, and saving money for the unexpected. Our goal is to build a community in which our readers can learn from the information we put forth, share ideas with each other, and collectively work towards financial fitness. We also actively engage our readers through a variety of social media outlets. All of the content is 100% free and our readers have responded very positively to the value the site has provided them. We also strongly encourage reader feedback, which we use to improve the site and decide what topics are most needed.


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