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Ray S

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Avid traveler and writer. I have lived or worked on 3 continents and have a special fondness for Southeast Asia and North Africa. I frequently write on topics including management challenges, startup marketing & finance, cybersecurity, and travel.

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Cindy is an attorney in private practice in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area, and a freelance writer. Having spent 19 years in the financial services industry in various operations and compliance roles, including 2 years as the Chief Compliance Officer for a federally-registered investment adviser owned by an accounting firm, Cindy loves to write about topics applicable to financial firms, accountants, law firms as well as general business pieces. Cindy has also had several parenting essays featured on the Huffington Post and Scarymommy.com.

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Cathy L

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada • Last online 21 minutes

I have been a freelance writer since 2006 with focus on legal research, online marketing, business, tax, travel, pet care and general interest topics. With degrees in Law and Political Science and extensive experience developing custom content, I consistently produce engaging and informative writing.

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Nathan graduated from the Professional Writing Program at the University of Oklahoma with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a minor in history. He earned his Master's of Business Administration from Webster University. While working in newspaper, his stories appeared regularly above the fold and appeared on the AP Western Wire and in the Multiple Sclerosis Organization's magazine.

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Sydney C

Sandpoint, Idaho, United States • Last online 5 days

Sydney Chamberlain is a content writer that specializes in informational, research-driven projects. When writing, she focuses on delivering insightful, valuable content that makes a measurable impact. In her personal life, she's passionate about travel, wellness, and technology, and those interests often tie into her work. You can learn more about her at sydneychamberlain.com.

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5 Things You Didn't Realize Can Tank Your Credit Score

Most people think responsible credit use means paying your bills on time and never taking out more than you can afford to pay back, but credit reporting agencies and the businesses they serve don't quite see it that way. While those basic best practices can certainly help you build and keep a decent credit history, there are a myriad of other factors that go into your credit score, some of which may not work how you think.

  1. Using your credit cards too much

Your credit utilization -- or the percentage of your total available credit that you're using... Read More

How to Save Money on Groceries

When I first left my parents' home roughly six years ago, I truly became aware of the cost of groceries. Possibly because I am tighter than a coat of paint when it comes to certain things, but a few pricey grocery shopping experiences shortly after moving out made me change my food buying ways. After all, I had to make rent. And I had to pay for college. Rice is a Good Friend to Have A little rice goes a long way. Or at least that's what I say. Even at $15 to $25 for a huge fourteen pound bag,... Read More

What Stocks to Have When Stocks Are Doing Badly?

Certain stocks, often referred to as "defensive" ones, can maintain their performance during good and bad times. Some even increase in value during economic slumps. A good bit of overlap exists between types of stock, and many companies' stocks can fit into numerous categories. Those that do can also be a smart buy when other stocks are doing poorly. Blue Chip "Blue chip" stocks are issued by well-established companies that have a long history of positive cash flow, growth and stability, leading to reliable dividend payments for investors. Because of this deep-rooted dependability, investors know any losses will probably be... Read More

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