Paul Nolan

Paul Nolan
Title: Editor, Sales & Marketing Management
Education: University of Northern Colorado
Location: Asheville, North Carolina
Expertise: Investing, Assets and markets, Taxes, Retirement planning and accounts
  • More than 20 years of experience writing about investing, business, retirement planning, and more
  • Worked as a reporter for three different daily newspapers in three different states before transitioning to trade publications
  • Serves as the editor of Sales & Marketing Management, a website that focuses on B2B sales and marketing

Experience

Paul Nolan has more than 20 years of experience writing about investing, assets and markets, business, taxes, retirement planning and accounts, and more.

Paul works as the editor of Sales & Marketing Management and has experience writing and editing for other B2B publications, too. Prior to that, he was a reporter for daily newspapers in Washington, Colorado, and Massachusetts.

As a journalism major, Paul has always maintained a foothold in writing for news publications and news websites. He became a student of making smart financial decisions when his first child was born in 1993 (not that he advises others to wait until they become parents to get serious about personal finances).

Paul lives in Asheville, North Carolina, but likes the fact that on any given day, his office can be anywhere in the world.

Education

Paul received his bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Northern Colorado.

 

About The Balance

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