About Richard H. Serlin

I am an adjunct professor for the University of Arizona where I teach one of the largest personal finance courses in the country, with over 500 students per year. I also teach advanced personal finance, corporate finance, and investments. I hold an MBA from the University of Michigan, with honors including Beta Gamma Sigma, an academic scholarship, and a tie for the highest GMAT score in my class. I have completed all coursework and written exams for a Ph.D. in finance from the University of Arizona, and am currently involved in a long term dissertation project involving lifetime investment strategy. I am also president and co-founder of National Personal Finance Education, one of the country's largest online U.S. Trustees approved providers of a personal finance course, designed by myself, which meets the requirement for bankruptcy filers under the BAPCPA law of 2005.

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Present Faculty Member, University of Arizona
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