Jennifer Lobb

Jennifer Lobb is a graduate of the University of Denver and a freelance writer with several years of experience writing for both personal and small business finance sites. In addition, she has also spent well over a decade as a content marketing professional and continues to follow and write about emerging trends in that field.

Articles by Jennifer Lobb:

14
Jun
Nationwide Pet Insurance Review

Nationwide Pet Insurance helps you pay for healthcare for dogs, cats, birds, and exotic animals. Though the company does stand out for its wellness coverage, consumers should be aware of alleged issues with claim reimbursement.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance,
Tags: product review,
07
Jun
AES Student Loans Review

AES is one of the nation’s largest student loan servicers, serving over four million student loan accounts. Though it’s assumed many student borrowers have positive experiences with AES, over the last few years there has been a number of negative AES student loan reviews.

Posted in: Student Loans,
30
May
5 Best Equipment Financing Companies & What to Know Before Applying

Equipment financing can help you purchase the equipment your business needs even if you don’t have enough cash on hand to buy it yourself. Reviewing rates, terms, fees, and the time to funding can help you find the best equipment financing company for your needs.

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
29
May
Invoice Financing: Best Lenders & More Information

If you currently have unpaid invoices and are experiencing cash flow problems, you may want to consider invoice financing. With this lending method, you can use your accounts receivable as collateral for a short-term loan.

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
29
May
SBA Loans: Are They Right for Your Small Business?

SBA loans are federally backed and often represent some of the most flexible and affordable loans available to qualified business owners. Small business owners should consider an SBA loan before seeking alternative funding.

Posted in: Small Business Loans,
28
May
Can You Refinance Federal Student Loans?

While the government does not offer federal loan refinancing options, federal student loans can be refinanced through private lenders. In some cases, this can lead to more manageable payments and lower interest rates, but it often comes at the expense of borrower protections offered by the federal government.

Posted in: Student Loans,
24
May
Laurel Road Student Loans Review: Graduate Loans & Refinancing

Laurel Road offers four student loan refinancing products with competitive variable or fixed rates and other protections and perks that aren’t always available through other lenders. Medical students, especially, should consider Laurel Road, and they can get a quote in as little as five minutes.

Posted in: Student Loans,
Tags: loan review,
21
May
Pay As You Earn (PAYE) Student Loan Repayment Plan Guide

PAYE is an income-driven repayment plan that caps monthly student loan payments at 10% of the borrower's discretionary income and may result in loan forgiveness after 20 years of on-time payments.

Posted in: Student Loans,
17
May
American Express Gold Card Review

The Amex Gold Card offers generous rewards on select dining, grocery, and travel expenses. It also offers annual statement credits that help offset the card’s high annual fee. But be aware of the card's limitations before signing up.

Posted in: Credit Cards,
Tags: credit card review 2,
30
Apr
Can You Use a Personal Loan for Buying Season Tickets?

Season tickets can be a fun or valuable investment, but they’re also a pricey one. A personal loan can certainly buy you the seats you desire, but it may not always be the best decision. Borrowers with excellent credit may be able to secure interest rates that make a season ticket loan affordable, but borrowers with average or below-average credit may want to consider al

Posted in: Personal Loans,