Tabitha Jean Naylor is a freelance writer with experience crafting everything from ad copy and articles to white papers and case studies. Her intimate knowledge of how sales and marketing go hand-in-hand has resulted in a variety of successful campaigns for start-ups through publicly traded companies, including Adobe and Microsoft. Ms. Naylor holds a dual Bachelor's degree in Political Science and International Business from West Virginia University, where she graduated magna cum laude, and considers herself a lifelong student.
Tabitha is a licensed insurance agent in the state of Virginia and enjoys educating both individuals and business owners about the various types of insurance policies available. She is a regular contributor to several consumer education sites as well as an insurance agent network. She is dedicated to the work she does and diligent in staying on top of changes in the industry, particularly as they relate to the Affordable Care Act.
Tabitha has extensive mortgage experience. She worked in the industry for almost a decade and opened her own broker shop in early 2006. To this day, she still feels there was nothing more rewarding than knowing the type of effect she had on a family’s life, simply by assisting them in the financing of their home.
During her time in the mortgage industry, she was a consistent top performer, won several sales awards, and closed over $50 million in business. She now uses her knowledge of the industry to ghostwrite web copy and blog articles for several U.S.-based mortgage companies.
Often referred to as 'Thrifty Tabitha' by friends and family, Tabitha loves scouting for good bargains and figuring out ways to save money on everything from groceries and veterinary care to clothing and utility bills. From sharing tips on how to decorate a brand new home on a budget to ideas on how to cut costs during the vacation of a lifetime, her creativity, coupled with her "out of the box" thinking, has resulted in money-saving strategies that have helped people pay off credit card debt, trim their monthly budgets by 15-20% and finally start saving for retirement.
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If you'd like to consult Tabitha about a financial issue, visit her at TabithaNaylor.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn.