David Reiling

David Reiling is a finance contributor to Grit Daily. He is a social entrepreneur with a long history of innovation in community development finance. As Chairman & CEO of Sunrise Banks, David’s visionary leadership has positioned his social enterprise for long-term financial sustainability and positive social impact. He is also a published Author of Fintech 4 Good. David has been recognized by Trust Across America as one of “Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business” for the past four years, earned an Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year” award, been named Finance & Commerce’s “Innovator of the Year,” received Minnesota Business Magazine’s “Good Leader” award, earned the Corporate Citizenship Award from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Center for Corporate Citizenship and won a Stevie Award for Best Corporate Social Responsibility Program.

The Buck Stops Here: How You Can Create Financial Goals That Stick in 2020

We’re just under a month away from 2020 and many of us are already in the thick of holiday get-togethers, gift-shopping, and for some, plans to solidify a New Year’s resolution.  The new year often means a renewed commitment to fresh goals and newly minted aspirations. Some may like to lose a few pounds; others might try to give up a pack-a-day habit. For many people, their 2020 resolution will involve their finances.  But for the average person, setting financial goals for the new year...

Five Money Habits to Develop in Your 20s

You might be feeling strapped for cash if you’re a 20-something. No need to be ashamed if you do. Millennials and Generation Z have been subject to exorbitant college tuition rates and skyrocketing costs of living. Your parents’ story of “paying their way” through college sounds nice, but isn’t attainable in today’s economy. Young workers make less than they did a generation ago, and over 30% of young adults are considered “financially precarious” due to their lack of financial literacy and...

Why You Should Start Your 401k Plan Sooner Rather Than Later

The importance of starting a 401k sooner rather than later can’t be overstated. Believe us – your 60-year-old self will be more than grateful for your early 401k contributions. Here’s why. Youth is wasted on the young, the saying goes. When you’re enjoying the salad days, you’re not aware of the luxury that is a full head of hair, wrinkle-free complexion and the ability to enjoy an abundance of free time. You’re not aware of it until it’s gone, that is. This adage can be transferred over to a...

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