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Joey Robinson

CREDIT CARDS CONTRIBUTOR
Ribbon EXPERTISE
  • Credit cards
Education EDUCATION
  • Bachelor's degree concentrated in Finance, James Madison University

Highlights

  • Featured in CreditCards.com, NextAdvisor and MSN Money
  • Expert in credit card basics, fees and rewards
  • Holds previous experience working at a "Big Four", Ernst & Young

Experience

Upon graduating with a Bachelor’s degree concentrated in Finance, Joey worked at a “Big Four” (Ernst & Young) accounting firm before exploring the world of credit cards. After learning proper professional and financial practices through federal audits, he moved on to his second job, where he was introduced to Bankrate/CreditCards.com as a data analyst.

As time passed, his interests drifted away from data analysis and into the communication of credit card essentials. Over the past two years, he’s shared his expertise and has brought understanding to complex topics as a writer and editor for sites like Bankrate, CreditCards.com and NextAdvisor. He is a credit cards contributor for Bankrate and his advice on avoiding common credit card fees, top balance transfer tactics and more financial tips have been featured on MSN Money and other various news publications.

"Growing up in the DC Metropolitan area, I was interested in the world of finance at a young age. As I’ve grown older and made more connections, it’s become apparent that the need-to-knows of personal finance aren’t taught widely enough. I want to help not only my peers, but everyone in need of financial aid by spreading the basics of saving, budgeting and understanding credit cards as a route to becoming knowledgeable on how to handle your money."

— Joey Robinson

Joey's Latest Articles

  • African American businessman smiling at cell phone while walking in the city

    What is a charge card?

    A charge card doesn’t have a preset limit, but requires an excellent credit score and must be paid in full each month.

    4 min read Mar 31, 2022
  • Group of young friends use smartphones to transfer funds for shared lunch

    Is Venmo safe?

    Venmo has eased the hassle of splitting a dinner bill, buying event tickets as a group or any other reason you need to settle a money-sharing situation, but how secure is your information? Here’s what [...]

    4 min read Mar 14, 2020
  • Young coworkers discussing question while using laptop

    Are credit card fees tax deductible?

    Personal credit card use is almost never eligible for a deduction come tax season, but if you’re using a business credit card you can likely deduct your fees.

    2 min read Feb 28, 2020