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Doug Carey

Doug Carey

Contributor since: 10 Dec 2010

Biography

Doug Carey is the owner and founder of WealthTrace. He has over 16 years of experience in the financial markets. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst with a masters degree in Economics from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio and a B.S. degree in Economics, with an emphasis in Finance, from Ball State University. WealthTrace provides retirement planning software for financial advisers as well as individuals who want to create their own retirement plan. WealthTrace also provides many free financial planning tools on the company's website.

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