Solving Financial Problems with MoneyUnder30
September 5th, 2011
Maxed out at 26, David Weliver needed a change. With the drive and passion to kick his debt in the butt, MoneyUnder30 was born. Since launching MoneyUnder30, David has become a recognized voice in the personal finance space, sharing his opinion with mainstream publications such as the Washington Post and Seattle Times.
With his in depth stories, how-to’s and recommendations, MBT Media was thrilled to hear that MoneyUnder30 would become our first premier partner.
Since then, David has helped MBT Media grow utilizing his connections and experience in the personal finance space. No matter if you’re currently in debt or looking for ways to maximize your savings, MoneyUnder30 can help anyone at any age.
Who is MoneyUnder30: Founded September 2006, David Weliver launched MoneyUnder30 (www.moneyunder30.com) at the age of 25 as he struggled to conquer post-college debt on entry level paychecks. Today, he balances his time between helping young professionals jump start their financial lives through his unique articles and employment in the software industry. He lives outside Portland, Maine with his wife and daughter.
Inspiration: After working for a financial magazine for a year and struggling with his own financial problems, MoneyUnder30 was started due to David’s disappointment in the lack of financial media for people who weren’t old and rich.