The BankAmericard comes with a few notable features for new borrowers, including no annual fee and a 0% intro APR.
- 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.
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