We Welcome Contributing Writers at Save Financial

Are you excited about sharing your knowledge and insights on student finances? Got a content idea or guidance to offer? Reach out to our editors at editors@save.financial and contribute to Save’s community-driven content. Plus, we offer payment per article, so you can earn extra money in your spare time!

Why Contribute to Save

Our contributors are recognized experts and thought leaders in their fields. By sharing your unique perspectives and experiences, you’ll help create articles that provide valuable insights for students, graduates, and their families navigating their financial journeys.

Whether you’re an experienced financial advisor or a student with relevant experiences, your contributions to our blog can help transform the student loan landscape. Sharing your expertise also enhances your visibility and brand, adding to your personal portfolio and profile.

Join us in creating meaningful narratives and empowering others on their financial journeys. Here are the perks of being a contributing writer:

Benefits of Being a Contributor

Byline and Authorship: Your name and bio will be prominently featured on our blog, highlighting your authority in the field.

Broader Exposure: Your articles won’t just stay on the blog. They have the potential to be featured in our emails, newsletters, and across our active social media channels, reaching a larger audience.

Wide Reach: Who do we reach? With an average of 55,000+ monthly views on our blog, your contributions will be widely seen. Our site ranks on page one of Google for nearly 1,000 topics, ensuring your work gets noticed alongside our trusted content.

Reputable Platforms: Join other thought leaders whose content has been featured on platforms like CNBC, USA Today, Forbes, and more.

How to Submit an Article

Send us a brief paragraph outlining your article idea to editors@save.financial. The best pitches include:

  • An SEO-rich headline designed to maximize readership and drive organic traffic.
  • A content topic that addresses a current trend or issue in the student financial landscape, offering solutions or guidance. Please note we do not accept content promoting specific companies.
  • Your credentials: A brief 2-3 sentence bio highlighting your expertise and why you’re uniquely qualified to address the topic.

Submission Guidelines

To ensure high-quality and original content, all submissions must be original and not previously published elsewhere, including on personal blogs. Aim for a word count between 700-1000 words. Maintain a neutral and non-political tone to ensure the content is relevant to our diverse audience.

Our Editorial Process

Once your pitch is approved, Save will provide you with guidelines to start crafting your article. Final articles are due within 30 days of pitch approval. Please ensure all articles are submitted in their final form, including citations.


Save will edit the final versions of articles to ensure accuracy, clarity, and compelling content. We will address typos, adjust structure, and ensure consistency with our style guidelines.

Copyright and Terms

This is a non-paid opportunity, so no tax or contractor agreement exists. Contributors retain copyright ownership of their work but grant publication rights to us.

We look forward to hearing from you at editors@save.financial.