Stephanie Sasseen

Stephanie Sasseen

Stephanie Bolling Sasseen is a writer based in St. Petersburg, Florida. Her work has appeared in various publications and websites including the Tampa Bay Times and The Penny Hoarder. She graduated with a BA in Journalism from the University of South Florida. Now, she writes about personal finance, travel, music and performing arts. Find her at the world’s largest shuffleboard club or connect with her on Twitter.

Articles by Stephanie Sasseen:

04
Sep
Deck Financing: How to Pay for Your New Deck or Patio

Borrowers have several affordable options when it comes to financing a deck including a home equity loan or line of credit, a personal loan, or a builder loan.

Posted in: Home Equity, Personal Loans,
01
Jun
Progressive RV Insurance Review

Progressive RV insurance covers a range of recreational vehicles and offers several discounts to keep its rates competitive. Receive and customize an online quote in less than 10 minutes.

Posted in: Insurance, RV Insurance,
01
Jun
Average Cost of RV Insurance

Individual factors like residence, RV specs and age, and utilization affect the cost of RV insurance. Policy selections and eligible discounts can reduce annual premiums.

Posted in: Insurance, RV Insurance,
01
Jun
Good Sam RV Insurance Review

Good Sam specializes in RV coverage, and its policies support RV enthusiasts from weekenders to full-timers. Money-saving features, like its storage option and full replacement coverage, come standard in every policy.

Posted in: Insurance, RV Insurance,
04
May
Trupanion vs. Healthy Paws: Pet Insurance Comparison

Healthy Paws and Trupanion have similar coverage options but differ in how deductibles are handled. Trupanion’s core policy includes more services than Healthy Paws, which can make its premiums higher.

Posted in: Pet Insurance,
27
Apr
Pet Wellness Plans vs. Pet Insurance

Both pet insurance and pet wellness plans safeguard your pet’s health and can reduce veterinary expenses. Pet insurance premiums cost more, but they cover a wider variety of medical expenses.

Posted in: Insurance, Pet Insurance,
20
Apr
What to Do When You Run Out of Financial Aid

Federal financial aid has limits, so it’s not uncommon for it to run out. Students in need of immediate funding have a number of alternatives including scholarships, payment plans, employment, and private student loans.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Student Loans,
17
Apr
Helping Students With Visual Impairments

Students with low vision and blindness face many accessibility challenges when obtaining a higher education. Colleges offer accommodations, resources, assistive technology, and specific scholarships to support these students academically.

Posted in: Uncategorized,
31
Mar
Does Refinancing an Auto Loan Hurt Your Credit?

Refinancing an auto loan can save you money and reduce expenses, but it can also drop your credit score. Shopping for the best rates and getting pre-approved are ways to safeguard your credit.

Posted in: Auto Loans, Learn More,
18
Mar
Personal Loans in Florida

Personal loans are flexible, have a quick turnaround, and offer lower interest rates than credit cards.

Posted in: Personal Loans,