Howard S. Dvorkin

Howard S. Dvorkin

Entrepreneur Leadership Network Writer
Entrepreneur, investor, personal finance advisor and author

Howard Dvorkin, CPA is the chairman of Debt.com, an entrepreneur, personal finance adviser, and author. He focuses his endeavors in consumer finance, technology, media and real estate industries. Money cannot buy happiness, but going into debt always buys misery. That’s why I launched Debt.com.

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