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Allie Johnson

Allie Johnson is an award-winning freelance writer and regular contributor to CreditCardGuide.com. She tracks down practical money advice consumers can use on topics like saving, finding deals, getting rid of debt and using debit and credit cards wisely. She has a journalism degree from Ohio University's E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, and her work has appeared in a variety of magazines, newspapers and websites.

 
 

Allie Johnson's blog posts at CreditCardGuide.com

5 money tips for organizing group excursions

There are a few money tricks to planning a vacation with a large group…

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Is the cost of hiring for chores worth the money?

There are two things Americans never seem to have enough of: time and money. Which is more important?

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Budget for gifts or pay the consequences

With wedding season and graduations upon us, it’s important to budget for gifts.

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Financial planners are our friends … really

It’s common to stress about meeting with a financial planner. But it doesn’t have to be that way …

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Old house’s shine loses luster with expenses

When you have an old house, expenses pile up. Here are the different options for paying for those costs …

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Need strong passwords? These tools help

Don’t be left with passwords that are easy to replicate. These techniques and password managers can help …

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Just how safe are banking checks?

Since I started using online banking several years ago, I have barely used my checkbook Lately, I’ve been wondering: Is it even safe to write checks?

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Credit score hits can ding your self-esteem

When my credit score took a hit, so did my self-esteem. I had to remind myself that my score doesn’t define me …

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Relearn childhood money lessons in 4 steps

Childhood experiences can influence your financial choices today. Here are four ways to break free from your past

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5 tips for making a one-car family work

My husband and I aren’t always the best at being frugal, but there’s one really big thing we do to save money: share a car

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