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Matt Goren

Matt Goren

Matt Goren

Ph.D.

Matt J. Goren, Ph.D., is an acclaimed teacher and speaker who focuses on the interplay of personal finance and psychology. He is the Certified Financial Planner program director at The American College of Financial Services, joining the college in July 2018 after serving as a professor in the financial planning program at the University of Georgia. His personal finance radio show and podcast, “Nothing Funny About Money,” was named 2018’s most outstanding consumer financial information resource by the Association of Financial Counseling and Planning Education. Through his work, he has created and expanded financial literacy programs that now help thousands of students – from children to seniors. In 2017, his team at the University of Georgia’s ASPIRE Clinic was named Pro Bono Advisors of the Year by Financial Planning Magazine.

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