Paying for furniture, especially right after purchasing a house, can be challenging.
- Credit cards
- Bank accounts
- Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University in Boston, MA
TJ Porter is a contributing writer for Bankrate with eight years of experience writing about finance.
TJ Porter began covering finance while earning a degree in business at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. From the start of his career, he’s focused on providing easy-to-understand, actionable advice that readers can implement right away. TJ writes about a range of subjects, from credit cards and budgeting tips to insurance and bank account reviews.
In addition to writing for Bankrate.com you can find his work on websites like The Balance, White Coat Investor, Lower My Bills and Credit Karma.
When he’s not writing, TJ enjoys cooking, sports and games of the video and board varieties.
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