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Q&A with Erin Lantz, Director of Mortgage Business


Rosemarie Clancy, Editor-in-chief of Credit-Land, asked Zillow’s Director of Mortgage Business, Erin Lantz, about mortgages and credit scores. Here’s the scoop. – When was Zillow launched, and what was the vision for the site? Zillow launched in beta in early 2006 with a vision of… Continue reading


FatWallet Shares Tips on Saving Money and Getting Cash Back Rewards


We asked the folks at FatWallet how the site began and where it is headed. Here is the scoop on the popular web site, and some tips on getting the best local deals and cash back to boot. Continue reading

How One Phone Call Saved a Chase Credit Card Customer $10,000


People going through difficult financial times due to unemployment, divorce, or a death in the family often find themselves struggling to keep up with credit card payments. When the going gets tough, even the tough may want to bury their heads in the sand and ignore those payment due dates – but most credit… Continue reading

Carefulcents Blogger Tells Us How She Got out of Debt and is Helping Others Do the Same


An accountant turned blogger tells us about getting herself out of debt, and how she shared her struggles and tips with readers along the way to help them do the same. Continue reading

Use Your Credit Card to Get to The Super Bowl


Who wants a pair of tickets to the Super Bowl? How about having your favorite team mascot at one of your football parties? Continue reading

College Loans Don’t Stop Recent Graduates from Getting a Credit Card


Sometimes a little debt can be a good thing. The Project on Student Debt recently reported that the typical college graduate last year had acquired $26,500 in debt over four years, a 5% increase from 2010. But Lynnette Khalfani-Cox, author of “Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom” and “Perfect… Continue reading

Planwise Blogger Ryan Paredez on the Importance of Financial Planning


Ryan Paredez, a blogger with Planwise, a San-Francisco-based tech startup that provides people with the tools they need to create their own financial success, talks about how the company began, why it is important for young people to plan their financial future, and what Planwise is planning for its future. Continue reading

Eric Bell on Generation Y and Sustaining Financial Success


Eric Bell, a financial guru from, sat down with Michael Germanovsky to discuss Generation Y finances. Continue reading

The Frugal Model Interview: Saving Money with Ashley Stetts


Chances are whether you know it or not that you’ve seen Ashley Stetts on the cover of some of your favorite magazines, including Women’s Health, and Pilates Style. However, if you’ve visited her blog The Frugal Model you know that there is another financially savvy side to her – providing her readers with… Continue reading

Andrew Schrage on Tips for Staying in Control of Credit Cards


Personal finance blogger Andrew Schrage of sat down with Michael Germanovsky to discuss his blog, and ways to stay in control of credit cards. Continue reading

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