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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: Peeking Over the Fiscal Cliff

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Peeking Over the Fiscal Cliff

This Week in Credit News: Peeking Over the Fiscal Cliff

The biggest news of the week still revolves around the fiscal cliff, on which little political progress has been made. U.S. Fiscal Cliff Showdown Turns Into Early Blame Game If anyone thought we would get through talks about the fiscal cliff without any politicking, they were sorely mistaken. The fiscal cliff, a combination of hundreds… Read More

The Best Credit Cards in America: How We Do It

Credit Cards

The Best Credit Cards in America: How We Do It

The Best Credit Cards in America: How We Do It

The Best Credit Cards in America series’ latest installment revolved around consumers’ best options for airline rewards. We sat down with Jason Steele, the man behind the rankings who is also a bit of a travel rewards expert in his own life, to talk about how we developed the rankings, what the best credit cards… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Election Reaction

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Election Reaction

This Week in Credit News: Election Reaction

It’s hard to ignore the biggest news event of the week — the U.S. Presidential election. This week’s biggest credit news revolves around what’s next for Congress and President Obama — the fiscal cliff. Before the election was even called, pundits were discussing the next big obstacle facing the White House — the fiscal cliff…. Read More

All of Your Black Friday Questions Answered

Personal Finance

All of Your Black Friday Questions Answered

All of Your Black Friday Questions Answered

In the first Google Hangout of what will be many more to come, the Credit.com Credit Experts teamed up with the well-respected experts at RetailMeNot and Bankrate to answer every Black Friday question imaginable. From layaway to retail credit cards to shopping trends, we discussed the hot topics you asked us about on Facebook, Twitter… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy

This Week in Credit News: Lessons From Hurricane Sandy

The biggest news this week revolves around superstorm Hurricane Sandy, which struck the East Coast this week and caused major devastation. Hurricane Sandy: The Money Papers You Need in Your Go Bag Whether you were affected by the hurricane or not, the lessons you can learn from this article are priceless. Jeanine Skowronski dives into… Read More

Why Are Auto Loans the Easiest Loans to Get?

Auto Loans

Why Are Auto Loans the Easiest Loans to Get?

Why Are Auto Loans the Easiest Loans to Get?

If you have had trouble getting approved for a mortgage, a credit card or a personal loan recently because your credit isn’t up to par, you aren’t alone. We get readers writing to us often about their trouble getting access to credit, but one type of loan is already opening up again to non-prime consumers… Read More

This Week in Credit News: The CFPB Is Busy

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: The CFPB Is Busy

This Week in Credit News: The CFPB Is Busy

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may be coming under fire during the run-up to the 2012 Presidential election, but that’s not stopping it from getting down to business. Debt Collectors Getting New Federal Oversight The federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s final rules for debt collections agencies will take effect on Jan. 2, when it gains… Read More

This Week in Credit News: Morgan Stanley Sued

Personal Finance

This Week in Credit News: Morgan Stanley Sued

This Week in Credit News: Morgan Stanley Sued

The biggest credit news this week involved a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union over what it alleges are discriminatory loan practices. A lawsuit filed in New York by the ACLU claims that Morgan Stanley discriminated against African-American and Latino homeowners by giving them mortgages that the bank knew they could not afford…. Read More

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