How the Wealth Management Carnival Works

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How the Wealth Management Carnival Works

What is a Blog Carnival?

A Blog Carnival is like a magazine. It has a title, a topic, editors, contributors, and an audience. Editions of the carnival come out periodically. Each edition is a special blog article that consists of links to all the contributions that have been submitted, often with the editor’s opinions or remarks.

The WEALTH MANAGEMENT CARNIVAL features the best articles showing the small changes that have a large effect over time. We are looking for unbiased wealth management advice. Entries from fee-only fiduciaries and NAPFA members are encouraged. Posts pushing financial products or sites focused on selling credit cards, loans, etc. are discouraged. Please self-select.

How does it work?

It is extremely simple. Visit and fill in a few fields including your post’s URL. Make sure you have included a SUMMARY or description of your post. Please select the appropriate CATEGORY. We will be collecting posts in each category for an issue on each of the following six themes: Retirement, Investments, Taxes, Budgeting, Life Planning, and Fiduciary.

What happens after submitting a post?

Some months we will be waiting to collect posts along a theme. Other times we will be publishing the best posts in multiple categories. Either way we will reply and let you know if your post was accepted to be published in an issue. If your post is accepted you MUST link back to the post within one week if you make the carnival, so only submit if you’re willing to do this. The link is as simple as “This post was featured in the Wealth Management Carnival.”

Can I submit more than on blog post at a time?

Yes. Please submit all your best original content and ideas, especially if they are in multiple categories.


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Austin Fey is a Wealth Manager at Marotta Wealth Management, specializing in charitable giving and asset allocations. She is a regular contributor to our Marotta On Money articles, often giving advice to those just getting started in finance.