I do hundreds of interviews each year, speaking with media outlets throughout the nation — and sometimes the world. I also write regularly at CompareCards.com.
I’ll update this page regularly to include examples of my work.
Wall Street Journal: The Daily Shot
High-income folks get more balance-transfer cards than lower-income folks do. That was one of the surprising findings in CompareCards Balance Transfer Report, and The Wall Street Journal highlighted that fact in a recent edition of the Daily Shot. Search for the word “transfer” on the page to see the graphic from our report…
USA Today: Still Haven't Frozen Your Credit? Here's How
I’ve spoken with countless media outlets about the massive Equifax data breach. This story came out around the one-year anniversary of the announcement of the hack and focused on teaching folks how to freeze their credit. It can be confusing, but it is important.
New York Times: New Type of Credit Score Aims to Widen Pool of Borrowers
It’s always exciting to be quoted in the New York Times. In this particular case, I spoke with their reporter about significant changes to credit scoring formulas that might be able to help people with imperfect credit.
CompareCards.com 2018 Balance Transfer Report
My job is to help people make smart decisions about credit. One of the ways that I do that is to do a deep dive into a particular aspect of credit. In this case, I look at balance transfer cards to give people everything they need to know before they apply, so they can avoid unnecessary fees and high rates.
Yahoo Finance: Almost half of Americans have loaned their credit or debit card to children under 18
Live TV is one of the most fun parts of my job. In this case, I got to appear on Yahoo Finance’s Market Movers and talk about why parents are lending their kid their credit card — and often regretting it.
CNBC.com: The 10 cities in the US where credit card balances are increasing the most
My hometown of Austin, Texas, has made a lot of headlines in recent years. This, however, is not one that it wanted to have. This CNBC.com story covered a report I did for CompareCards.com that looked at which big American cities saw their credit card balances rise or fall the most in the past 12 months. No city grew faster than Austin.