Time launches personal finance site with former Money editor
Time and Red Ventures have launched a personal finance site called NextAdviser being run by former Money editor in chief Adam Auriemma.
NextAdvisor is free and will feature strategy guides, perspectives on the economy, analysis of the latest tools and products and reported stories, focusing on the fundamentals of financial wellness, from saving, managing debt, and building credit to homeownership, and more.
John Puterbaugh, a journalist with more than 10 years of experience leading editorial teams in personal finance, consumer advocacy and local news, will serve as the editorial director for NextAdvisor, while Farnoosh Torabi, a personal finance expert and host of the award-winning podcast “So Money,” joins as contributing editor.
Additionally, NextAdvisor will feature experts and contributors with a range of expertise in personal finance, including bestselling personal finance author and host Suze Orman, Emmy-nominated business analyst for CBS News Jill Schlesinger, author of the bestselling “Broke Millennial” Erin Lowry, creator and host of the YouTube channel “Investing Latina” Jully Alma-Taveras, and GLAAD Award-winning reporter and author of “Real Queer America: LGBT Stories From Red States” Samantha Allen.
“The old rules of personal finance went out the window this year,” said Auriemma in a statementr. “We’re launching with a fresh perspective on money, and we’ve tapped a broad network of forward-thinking experts. Our mission: to help you determine your next best move.”
Red Ventures owns and operates several large digital brands including Bankrate, The Points Guy, Healthline, MyMove and.