Andrew Rombach

Andrew writes engaging and informative content for readers looking to find information about topics such as student loans, credit cards, personal loans, and small business financing. Andrew’s work has been featured in Market Watch, Bankrate, The Penny Hoarder, and the Lacrosse Tribune.

Articles by Andrew Rombach:

Q&A: CEO Peter Abualzolof Talks Mashvisor and Real Estate Investing

I recently had the opportunity to pick the brain of Mashvisor CEO & Co-Founder Peter Abualzolof to create this Q&A. For those who don’t know, Mashvisor is a startup that has been in business for four years, specializing in the real estate investment space. Mashvisor helps investors discover investment properties while also providing them data t

Posted in: Investing,
How Small Business Owners Can Prepare for Responsible Borrowing

Do you have a small business or a side hustle you want to expand in the future? If you’ll be looking to get a small business loan, you may need to give your finances a checkup and make sure they are ready. Depending on the status of your business, you may or may not have a […]

Posted in: Credit Scores,
How to Pay Off Credit Card Debt Early

Did you know that credit card debt can be harmful to your health? While it’s difficult to imagine anyone creating harm for themselves when using their credit cards, this should give you pause if that next purchase adds to a seriously overweight credit card balance. In that respect, knowing how to pay off credit card debt is […]

Posted in: Credit Cards,
Don’t Expect to Use Your Credit Card to Bet on Sports Anytime Soon

On May 14, the United States Supreme Court ruled that states can allow betting on individual sporting events. This overturns the 1992 federal law, the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, that banned sports betting across America (except for Nevada). The new ruling doesn’t technically legalize gambling on the federal level, but it lifts the […]

Posted in: Credit Card News,
Ohio Bill Would Create a Tax Credit to Help Pay for College

For Ohio college students and families, the price of tuition may soon become more affordable. On May 17, Ohio state Rep. Dan Ramos (D-Lorain) introduced new legislation, the Ohio Lets Everyone Achieve Right Now (LEARN) tax credit, targeted at reducing the cost of higher education. The tax credit is intended to cover 90 percent of […]

Posted in: Regional News, Student Loan News,
Investigations into For-Profit Schools Sidelined by Department of Education

During the Obama administration, a team was put in place to investigate alleged cases of abuse by for-profit colleges. But this team has been largely sidelined and instructed to focus on other projects, sources told The New York Times. This has put an end to many large-scale investigations, including one involving the DeVry Education Group. Last […]

Posted in: National News, Student Loan News,