Jamie Johnson

Jamie Johnson

Jamie Johnson writes about a variety of personal finance topics including student loans, credit scores, banking, investing, and personal loans. Her work has been featured on GOBankingRates, Yahoo Finance, and more.

Articles by Jamie Johnson:

12
Jun
Best Credit Cards for Wedding Expenses

Paying for a wedding can be expensive, but there are a number of financial products that can help you cover your wedding expenses. Just be sure not to take on too much high-interest debt before the big day.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
08
Jun
Green Dot Primor Secured Visa Gold Credit Card Review

Consumers in the process of rebuilding credit or establishing a credit history for the first time might find help with the Green Dot primor® Visa® Gold Secured credit card, thanks to a low interest rate and no credit score requirement.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
08
Jun
Wells Fargo Cash Back College Card Review

The Wells Fargo Cash Back College card is designed to help students built their credit. It's a rewards credit card with an introductory zero percent APR as well.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
06
Jun
Huntington Voice Credit Card Review

This credit card comes with many opportunities to earn points for each dollar you spend, but it's only available to cardholders in certain states. ​

Posted in: Credit Cards,
25
May
Moneydance Review

If you’re a Mac user looking for a budgeting software alternative to Quicken, Moneydance may be right up your alley. Moneydance lets your track your budget, pay your bills, manage your investments, and track your finances all in one easy-to-use platform.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
24
May
Origin Investments Review: Invest in Real Estate

Origin Investments uses technology and crowdfunding to acquire and improve multi-family properties in large metropolitan areas. This allows individual investors to access real estate deals that previously would have been out of reach for many people.

Posted in: Investing,
17
May
Interest Rate vs APR: What’s the Difference?

The interest rate on a credit card is how much money you paid on the total balance for that year. The APR calculates all the costs associated with that card, including interest.

Posted in: Credit Cards, Personal Loans,
13
Mar
What is the Lowest Possible Credit Score?

The lowest possible credit score is 300. If you have a low credit score, there are steps you can take to improve it.

Posted in: Credit Scores,