Sean makes frequent press appearances, on TV, in podcasts, and in the paper
Sean has industry experience as a personal finance, pension, and mortgage writer
Sean Cooper is a Financial Journalist and Personal Finance expert. His areas of expertise include Real Estate, Mortgages, Pensions, Retirement, and Business and Financial News, but his knowledge is extensive in all other areas of personal finance as well. His articles have been featured in major publications, including the Toronto Star, the Globe and Mail (I’m on track to be mortgage-free by 31), Tangerine, MoneySense and RateSupermarket.ca. He frequently makes media appearances to discuss personal finance and debt management, and recent appearances include the Financial Post (How this man plans to be mortgage free by age 31), Toronto Star Personal Finance, Newstalk 1010 and the Pattie Lovett-Reid Show.
Sean Cooper is available for hire at industry rates. His financial writing is both engaging and professional, and he ensures that all content is written with a fresh perspective and by his client’s deadline. You can read more about his qualifications and find out how to contact or hire him here.
Sean is available to help you with your freelance writing needs.
- Blog Posts & Ghostwriting
- Revisioning & Proofing
- Research & Technical Writing
- Newsletters & Infographics
- And more!
Sean frequently blogs about the finance industry, saving money, and more
One of the most interesting developments in recent years is the rise of FinTech, or financial technology. This aims to make traditional financial institutions much more streamlined and transparent through…
Anyone who reads my blog should know I love my bike. Not only do I save $10K a year by biking to work, I’m doing my part to help the…
My millennial cohorts seem to be wearing rose-coloured glasses . Whenever I read a news headline about home prices hitting a new record in Toronto, I thank my lucky stars…
The following article is a guest post by Michael Lush. Sharing with other homeowners that they can pay off their mortgage in five to seven years using just their present…