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Laura Mohammad

A second-generation wordsmith, Laura Mohammad fell in love with The Craft in fifth grade while taking edits from her father in her native town of Tallahassee, Fla. After receiving her degree in English with honors from Florida State University, Laura went on to manage business and general news desks of daily newspapers in Florida. She broke into the online content field five years ago, writing and editing about human resources, geopolitics, personal finance and investing. Today, Laura serves as web editor of CreditCardGuide.com. She shares her Northwest Austin home with her UT-Austin professor-husband, their rather noisy 17-year-old and 15-year-old boys, and a scoundrel collie named Cuervo.

 
 

Laura Mohammad's blog posts at CreditCardGuide.com

6 banking lessons for teens and college students

My eldest, George, will turn 18 soon and his banking needs may change. Is he ready to shop for a bank? …

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Join our G+ Hangout: Rewards cards for the holidays

Credit Card Forum’s Ben Woolsey will share his expertise on rewards cards with CCG’s Editor-at-large Erica Sandberg on Oct. 16 at 11 a.m. CT …

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How I’m preparing my teens for fraudsters

We are understandably concerned about the elderly getting conned by scammers, but are we preparing teenagers and young adults?

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How to fight credit card budget woes

Balancing a budget and credit cards can be a challenge, but It’s worth all the hassle to stay financially sound and in the black …

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File credit bureau disputes by mail, not online

Don’t do what I did — file a credit dispute online. Experts stress that you should file by certified mail instead …

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New FICO scoring model unveiled

The new FICO Score 9 will reward consumers who pay off accounts in collections, and medical debts won’t have as much of an impact …

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Staggering your credit reports is harder than you think

Staggering credit reports throughout the year is the way to go, but it’s tough to balance them over four-month periods …

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Avoid financial infidelity by building fiscal trust

Whether you pay in cash so your partner doesn’t know you’re spending money or if you have a secret credit card, you’re committing financial infidelity …

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Don’t let medical bills pile up

When a medical emergency occurs, don’t let the bills accumulate as you recover …

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A few bumps, but debit cards for my teens were a success

One only saw the pizzas in his future; the other stressed about expenses. But, my teenage boys have done well with their debit cards …

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