Rob Berger founded the Dough Roller in May 2007. The mission of the Dough Roller is to help people make sense out of the ever-more complicated world of personal finance, investing, and money management. What started out as a simple blog about money has turned into a website enjoyed by nearly 2 million visitors a year. Rob’s articles on personal finance have been syndicated to Forbes, MSN Money, U.S. News & World Report, and Yahoo! Finance.
Rob has invested in the stock market for nearly 20 years and real estate for more than eight. He holds a law degree from Boston University and an undergraduate degree in English from Evangel University. He lives in Virginia with his wife of more than 20 years, their two teenaged children, and their Shih Tzu, Sophie.
“I am an investor, lawyer, blogger, husband, father, and Buckeye fanatic. I graduated in 1992 from law school and have worked in private practice, in-house for a publicly traded company, and for a regulator in the securities industry. I’ve written about building wealth since 2007 on my blog, doughroller.net. I also publish a weekly newsletter and podcast. My motto is simple–the best thing money can buy is financial freedom.” – Rob Berger
Rob's Latest Contributions
From stock picking to retiring at 30, Rob Berger spills secrets learned in 10 years hosting The Dough Roller Money Podcast. Joe and Big Al talk about market volatility caused by President Trump’s potential tax cuts, health care plan, and proposed budget and they cover 5 “fatal error” type inherited IRA mistakes, the merits of […]