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Winter 2020/2021 Issue of Inc. Magazine

Erika Kullberg did everything right…

following a Hercu­lean effort to dispatch $225,000 in debt in a span of less than two years, Kullberg started another busi­ness. In early 2020, she launched Plug and Law, a company that provides templates of legal documents, accom­panied by how-to videos, for small-business owners.

CNBC Erika Kullberg
AUGUST 24, 2020
Reach out to area recruiters for info on comparable local salaries for your role, says Erika Kullberg, an American lawyer based in Tokyo. Ask your employer for a precise number, not a rounded figure or range. “It gives the impression that you understand the true value,” Kullberg said.
Business Insider Erika Kullberg
AUGUST 11, 2020

In 2016, Erika Kullberg graduated from Georgetown Law with $225,526 worth of student loans a well-paying job as a corporate lawyer. But it wasn’t until a few months after graduation that she realized the gravity of her debt and the importance of getting rid of it as soon as possible. 

Business Insider Erika Kullberg
AUGUST 11, 2020
Erika Kullberg is an attorney who runs a personal-finance YouTube channel under the same name. Kullberg launched her YouTube channel in October 2019 after leaving her job as a corporate lawyer. Now her channel has 57,000 subscribers.
Business Insider Erika Kullberg
JULY 18, 2020
For Erika Kullberg, an attorney who runs a personal-finance YouTube channel under the same name with 64,000 subscribers, the change will likely help her channel generate more money than before, she told Business Insider.
Business Insider Erika Kullberg
JUNE 10, 2020
About six months ago, Erika Kullberg left her job as a corporate lawyer and started a personal-finance YouTube channel, which now has 56,000 subscribers.  Kullberg is an attorney, and she left her corporate job last year to start her own legal company, she said.
Washington Post Erika Kullberg
APRIL 16, 2020
Erika Kullberg, an American lawyer based in Tokyo, talked her way into a refund. She’d used her United Airlines miles to book a ticket to Jamaica but had to cancel after the coronavirus outbreak.
Business Insider Erika Kullberg
MARCH 18, 2020
Erika Kullberg, an attorney and personal finance expert, says that because we are in very uncertain economic times, it’s perhaps more important than ever to put cash in a CD that offers a high interest rate and no penalty to withdraw.
SHRM Erika Kullberg
JANUARY 25, 2020
“I graduated from law school with over $200,000 in student loans, and I’m not alone,” says Erika Kullberg, a former corporate attorney with Morrison & Foerster in Tokyo who now runs her own YouTube channel teaching finance to Millennials.
US News Erika Kullberg
JANUARY 7, 2020
“The beginning of the new year is the perfect time to get your finances off to a good start,” says attorney Erika Kullberg, who runs a personal finance YouTube channel.  “One thing that should be at the top of your financial resolutions is to start budgeting,” she says.