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Jamie Johnson

Jamie Johnson is a freelance writer who specializes in personal finance and small business. She’s been writing professionally since 2016 and has been featured on some of the top finance and business sites in the country.

About Jamie Johnson

Current Role

Personal finance writer


  • Mortgages
  • Loans
  • Insurance
  • Credit Cards


  • University of Kansas

Personal Finance Experience

Jamie has been writing about personal finance for more than six years. In addition to writing for LendEDU, her work has been featured by Fox Business, USA Today, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Latest from Jamie Johnson

Navy Federal Personal Loans Review

Navy Federal Credit Union offers personal loans with competitive rates and good benefits. However, there are requirements for becoming a Navy Federal member...

The Average Cost of a Vacation

Americans tend to put a high priority on vacations, with roughly half planning to take a summer vacation this year. However, with average...

Adoption Loans: Compare Low Interest Options

Although adoption can be a wonderful choice for expanding your family, it can be very expensive. If the cost of financing adoption expenses...

Income-Based Repayment (IBR) for Student Loans

IBR (income-based repayment) is one of four income-driven repayment plans available for federal student loans....

Payoff Personal Loans Review

Payoff is a financial services company focused on helping its customers pay off high-interest credit card debt. The company aims to help its...

Wells Fargo Personal Loan Review

Wells Fargo personal loans can have some benefits for borrowers including relatively fast approvals and rate reductions for existing customers. However, the company...

EveryDollar Review

If you’re looking for a no-frills budgeting solution, EveryDollar could be the right choice for you. It’s simple budgeting software that can help...

Elastic Loans: Review Rates, Terms, and Fees

If you are a non-prime borrower with a low credit score who needs immediate access to cash, Elastic may be a good option...