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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.

This Week in Credit News: Simpler Credit Cards

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Simpler Credit Cards

This Week in Credit News: Simpler Credit Cards

The biggest news this week is all about credit cards that are easy to understand, as consumers search for less confusion and more perks. The Simplest Credit Cards in America Consumers tend to shy away from complicated products for good reason — fine print can be the downfall of even the most well-intentioned consumer. So… Read More

This Week in Credit News: The Truth About Report Errors

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This Week in Credit News: The Truth About Report Errors

This Week in Credit News: The Truth About Report Errors

The biggest news this week revolved around a piece on “60 Minutes” about a Federal Trade Commission report on the accuracy of credit reports. Are Mistakes Ruining Your Credit Report? Credit.com’s Director of Consumer Education Gerri Detweiler took a look at the FTC report, which found that one in five consumers have errors on their… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Love & Money

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Love & Money

This Week in Credit News: Love & Money

The biggest news this week is all about love and money, as Valentine’s Day quickly approaches. Engaged? 5 Things to Do With Your Money Now Valentine’s Day tends to be a major holiday for love birds all around the world to pop the question. The first step toward getting married also warrants some money moves… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Data & Taxes

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This Week in Credit News: Data & Taxes

This Week in Credit News: Data & Taxes

The biggest news this week is all about the data being collected about you and what those pesky tax forms actually mean. Your Employer May Share Your Salary, and Equifax Might Sell That Data In an exclusive from Bob Sullivan, it was revealed that credit reporting agency Equifax is selling Americans’ salary and employment information… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Dealing With Debts

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This Week in Credit News: Dealing With Debts

This Week in Credit News: Dealing With Debts

The biggest news this week is all about debt — whether it’s using a credit card to transfer debt from one credit card to another, going into debt because you want to propose, or working through tax debts with the IRS. The Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards in America In the most recent edition of… Read More

CFPB Issues Final Rules on Mortgage Servicers

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CFPB Issues Final Rules on Mortgage Servicers

CFPB Issues Final Rules on Mortgage Servicers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced Thursday that it has issued new consumer protection rules targeted at one of the industries for which it receives a large number of complaints — mortgage servicers. Mortgage servicers are essentially the face of your mortgage. Their role in the lending process is to collect payments from borrowers on… Read More

This Week in Credit News: New Mortgage Rules

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This Week in Credit News: New Mortgage Rules

This Week in Credit News: New Mortgage Rules

The biggest news this week is all about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new regulations of the mortgage industry. Mixed Reviews on CFPB’s New Mortgage Rules The CFPB announced a slew of new mortgage regulations Thursday that are going to have a major impact on the housing market. Whether they are for the betterment of… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Cliffs & Hangovers

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This Week in Credit News: Cliffs & Hangovers

This Week in Credit News: Cliffs & Hangovers

The biggest news this week is all about the pull-back from the fiscal cliff and the debt hangover that may be awaiting many consumers after shopping too much this holiday season. 4 Ways to Avoid the Holiday Debt Hangover You might have been searching for hangover cures a few days ago, but we have some… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Wrapping Up the Year

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This Week in Credit News: Wrapping Up the Year

This Week in Credit News: Wrapping Up the Year

With the year coming to a close soon, the biggest credit news this week is about resolutions for positive money management in 2013 and wrapping up the loose ends from 2012. The Single Most Important Advice for Better Credit in 2013  You’re going to see a lot of New Year’s resolutions articles in the next… Read More

7 Gifts You Should Give Yourself

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7 Gifts You Should Give Yourself

7 Gifts You Should Give Yourself

You’re making your list and checking it twice, but did you maybe forget to include someone? Like yourself? Full disclosure: The gifts on this list are not necessarily the traditional ones you might think, like a massage or a cheese of the month club membership. Instead, we at Credit.com decided to highlight some of the… Read More

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