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- Personal finance
- Bachelor’s degree in Comparative Literature, Classics and Poetry, Smith College
- Master's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies, St. John’s College
- Experienced writer covering topics including personal finance, debt, saving, insurance and more
- Featured in Money Under 30, MoneyGeek and The Simple Dollar, among others
Margaret has written for Money Under 30, MoneyGeek, The Simple Dollar, CreditCards.com, Interest.com and Fiscal Tiger, among other publications. She writes about subjects including saving, credit, insurance, investing and other financial topics. Margaret is interested in exploring the ways in which personal finance impacts everyday life and is committed to a more equitable financial future. In addition to writing about personal finance, Margaret also covers topics including tea, travel and literature.
Margaret's Latest Articles
6 min read Jul 01, 2022
The Amex Blue Business Cash Card comes with handy benefits, including a $250 welcome bonus, 0% intro APR and no annual fee.3 min read Jul 01, 2022
Learn the differences between Visa and Mastercard.4 min read May 23, 2022
The Amex Blue Business Cash is a great fit for small businesses looking for a straightforward cash back credit card.4 min read May 20, 2022
A great balance transfer credit card option for borrowers looking to transfer a balance from high-interest cards.6 min read May 05, 2022
The Bank of America Customized Cash Rewards Card earns 3 percent cash back in the category of your choice, which includes dining, gas, travel, online shopping and more.5 min read May 03, 2022
Learn why the Discover it Balance Transfer card is a great fit for those looking to both earn rewards on their spending and pay down credit card debt with an intro APR balance transfer offer.4 min read Apr 29, 2022
Both the BankAmericard and the Citi Diamond Preferred are good options for a balance transfer card. They both feature no annual fee and a 0 percent intro APR.4 min read Apr 05, 2022