May was a busy month. Here’s a recap of some of the stories I wrote in May:
Auto insurance stories included:
- What to do if your car insurance is cancelled.
- Why congestion pricing won’t be popular in America anytime soon.
- What celebrity auto endorsers do.
- Auto recalls are a good thing.
- Apple’s plans for your car.
- How to save money at the end of a car lease.
- Don’t say these things to a cop or insurance adjustor after an accident.
- Millennials are driving less.
Mortgage loan stories:
- Military members urged to save more.
- Owning a home leading to unemployment.
- Most people not knowing their credit score.
- Using the credit card of an estranged spouse.
I’m one of the first writers for the personal finance blog at TechBargains.com. I’ve been writing for the site for about a month.
My latest stories have been about how to find deals on summer flights, and tips on what not to do when buying and selling on Craigslist and the best foods to buy when you’re broke.
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I have a new client, or will at least for the next three months as I do a three-month trial and write bi-monthly stories for MortgageLoan.com.
My first story is about how to buy a home if you have student loan debt. I found a student in Baltimore who is doing this, and I’m amazed how frugal and smart he is and how he’s able to do this. I wish I could have done this when I graduated from college.
If you have story ideas and real estate and mortgages, please send them to me. I’m always looking for sources and stories in this area, and will be happy to link to you as a source.