Shelley Elmblad

Shelley Elmblad's articles offer advice and options for buying and using personal finance and small business accounting software. Shelley also publishes personal finance software and app reviews at Examiner.com, is the Online Billing Software Contributing Editor at ConsumerAffairs.com and writes about personal finance and saving money at HubaDub.com. She also publishes gluten free recipes and information at Lazy Gluten Free Cook. Connect with Shelley on LinkedIn to see current work and to get in touch with her.

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Experience

Shelley's experience includes owning and operating small businesses, teaching personal finance basics and designing and teaching software classes. Shelley has worked in a variety of business environments and has been researching and teaching ways to save money since paying her way through college. She has been using software to manage personal finances for over 20 years.

Education

Shelley holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a major in management and a communications minor. She has successfully completed additional coursework and certificates in public administration, computer networking, small business accounting and small business management.

Shelley Elmblad

Whether it's used for tracking accounts, budgeting, paying bills, completing a tax return or other money management tasks, financial software and mobile apps save time, prevent inaccuracies and assist in planning for the future. My goal is to help others get the most out of personal finance apps and software with advice for choosing the best software, honest reviews and tips for effectively using the software.

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