Stephanie Colestock

Stephanie Colestock

Stephanie is a DC-based freelance writer, specializing in a range of personal and household finance topics. She has an undergraduate degree from Baylor University and is currently a candidate for CFP certification. You can find her work on sites such as MSN, Yahoo! Finance, Fox Business, Investopedia, Credit Karma, and much more.

Articles by Stephanie Colestock:

02
May
Pet Insurance That Covers Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia is a painful and costly condition affecting many different breeds. Here are five pet insurance carriers that cover expenses related to this condition.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
02
May
State Farm Pet Insurance Review

State Farm pet insurance is powered by Trupanion, which covers 90% of eligible claims, with unlimited payouts.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance,
20
Apr
Pet Insurance That Covers Vaccinations

Pet insurance policies don’t cover routine care such as vaccines. However, add-ons to these policies do.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance,
05
Apr
Does IRS Debt Go Away?

While IRS debt can eventually go away, it’s a long, costly road to get there. Here’s a look at when tax debt expires and what to do if you owe.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
04
Apr
Pet Dental Insurance: Coverage for Cleaning and Care

A typical pet insurance policy covers dental care when it’s related to an accident or illness. It doesn’t usually cover dental cleanings, exams, or pre-existing conditions.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
04
Apr
Pet Insurance for Surgery

Find out everything you need to know about pet insurance and surgery, including what's covered, what isn't, and which companies stand out.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance,
18
Mar
Pet Insurance That Doesn’t Increase With Age

Here's a look at why pet insurance premiums increase each year as your pet ages and how to avoid this annual price jump.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
04
Mar
Possible Finance Review: Mobile Lending for Bad or No Credit

Users with bad credit can borrow up to $500 through Possible, with funding in just minutes. Loans are repaid through eight biweekly payments.

Posted in: Personal Loans,
26
Feb
How to Get Out of Tax Debt

Delinquent taxes are not uncommon, but can be costly for taxpayers. Here's a look at the implications of tax debt and how to get out of it.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
23
Feb
How Long Does an IRS Tax Lien Last?

IRS liens occur when federal tax debts go unpaid. Here's a look at how long liens last, how to remove them, and what to expect from the process.

Posted in: Personal Finance,