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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 articles at CreditCardGuide.com

Are your card's flashy perks all that great?

Credit cards come with great perks such as trip cancellation insurance and roadside assistance. But read the fine print — they may not be all that useful

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7 ways peer pressure can improve your finances

The neighbor’s brand-spanking new BMW got you down? We’ll tell you how peer pressure can actually improve your financial situation, with seven steps toward success

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Age-appropriate money lessons for kids K-12

Teaching your kids about money can set them up for a successful, debt-free life. But not all financial lessons are suitable for all ages

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What to know before using PayPal's Bill Me Later

If you shop at big online retailers, or use eBay or PayPal, you’ve probably gotten an offer to pay with Bill Me Later. But learn how the service works before you click

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Beware: 8 credit card rewards redemption gotchas

Ready to cash in your rewards for a plane ticket, luxury hotel stay or was of cash? Watch out: The fine print can foil your plans

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