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Kali Geldis

Editorial Director |  In Personal Finance, Credit Cards

Kali Geldis is Credit.com’s Editorial Director. She writes about a wide range of personal finance and credit topics. She previously ran MainStreet, the personal finance website powered by TheStreet. She has also worked for The Wall Street Journal as a Dow Jones Newspaper Fund intern and at The Huntington Herald-Dispatch as a reporter.

Does Getting a Co-Signer Hurt My Credit?

Credit 101

Does Getting a Co-Signer Hurt My Credit?

Does Getting a Co-Signer Hurt My Credit?

When you don’t have a credit score good enough to get a loan, it’s easy to feel stuck. It takes credit to build credit, after all. Some borrowers turn to friends and family to help. Specifically, they may ask someone in their life to co-sign for them. When someone co-signs for an account on your behalf,... Read More

I Have Too Many Credit Cards. What Can I Do?

Credit Cards

I Have Too Many Credit Cards. What Can I Do?

I Have Too Many Credit Cards. What Can I Do?

Besides the obvious fact that there are only so many credit cards you can squeeze into your wallet, there are times when you might consider paring down or simplifying the credit cards you carry. Before You Close a Card… Before you start cutting up cards and calling issuers to close your accounts, there are some... Read More

The Cities With the Best Memorial Day Hotel Deals

Personal Finance

The Cities With the Best Memorial Day Hotel Deals

The Cities With the Best Memorial Day Hotel Deals

It’s the weekend that kicks off summer, but it’s also the kickoff of summer spending. Memorial Day trips can get pretty expensive unless you’re hunting for deals. Priceline.com recently rounded up some of the best hotel deals on Memorial Day travel and the top three come in under $100 — keeping that total hotel bill... Read More

This Ridiculously Cute Ad Gives a Dog a Credit Card

Managing Debt

This Ridiculously Cute Ad Gives a Dog a Credit Card

This Ridiculously Cute Ad Gives a Dog a Credit Card

Credit card debt has never been so adorable. A new ad for Canadian debit card program Interac features Max, an Australian Shepherd with a love of Kobe beef sliders, dog bones and plush toys … and a big problem with spending. As the (fictional, just to be clear) story goes, Max learns how to use the internet,... Read More

Friendly Reminder: Your Monthly Netflix Bill Is About to Go Up

Personal Finance

Friendly Reminder: Your Monthly Netflix Bill Is About to Go Up

Friendly Reminder: Your Monthly Netflix Bill Is About to Go Up

Remember a while back when Netflix was a total bro and let current subscribers keep their lower monthly subscription rate instead of charging the higher rate that new customers received? That’s changing next month. In 2014, Netflix raised the price of its monthly standard streaming plan from $7.99 to $9.99, and existing customers rejoiced when they were allowed... Read More

9 Helpful Tools for Fixing Your Credit

Credit Score

9 Helpful Tools for Fixing Your Credit

9 Helpful Tools for Fixing Your Credit

You know you have a problem — a credit score problem — but you don’t know how to fix it. There are so many different possibilities that could be the source of your credit problems that it’s hard to know where to start. Here are some tools to help you understand, diagnose and manage your... Read More

You Aren’t the Only One Who Knows What Meds You’re On

Identity Theft

You Aren’t the Only One Who Knows What Meds You’re On

You Aren’t the Only One Who Knows What Meds You’re On

Most people expect their medical data to remain in just a few hands — their doctor, their pharmacist, their family, etc. — but prescription medication data can be shared with a number of companies you may not expect. Consumer Reports reminded readers last week that prescription drug data can be shared not only with your pharmacist,... Read More

Donald Trump Allegedly Hacked: Cellphone & Social Security Number Compromised

Identity Theft

Donald Trump Allegedly Hacked: Cellphone & Social Security Number Compromised

Donald Trump Allegedly Hacked: Cellphone & Social Security Number Compromised

In a YouTube video released Thursday, hacking group Anonymous claims to have compromised Donald Trump. Just two weeks after Anonymous promised a war against the leading Republican presidential candidate, the group released documents that allegedly include Trump’s Social Security number, cellphone number, birth date, children’s names and other pieces of personal information. The group said in the video... Read More

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