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Jason Bushey

Jason Bushey is the former Editor and Vice President of Creditnet. Jason is a Burlington, Vermont native who moved to sunny San Diego after earning a Bachelor's Degree in English and Political Science at the University of Vermont ('09). When he's not sharing his take on credit cards, administrating the Creditnet Forum or blogging about all things related to credit, you can probably find him cheering on the Green Bay Packers (He's an owner!) or running up and down the streets of SoCal.

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Recent Blogs

Discover it Card announces new 5% Cashback Bonus® categories for Q2

The popular Discover it™ Card announced its 5% Cashback Bonus® categories for the upcoming quarter today. From April 1st through June 30th, Discover it cardholders can earn 5% cash back on up to $1,500 in purchases at home improvement stores. With spring cleaning a popular DIY-task from April through June, this is yet another seasonal category that Discover is hoping its members will take advantage of.

Young, Dumb and Full of … Debt: 3 Ways for Young Consumers to Save Money

Ahh, to be young, beautiful and broke. Sounds like an episode of 'Girls', right? Unfortunately, 'being broke' isn't all it's cracked up to be, which might explain why young adults are racking up some serious debt and taking their sweet time paying it back...

Infographic: How Can a Bad Credit Credit Card Boost Your Score?

Ever wonder why bad credit credit cards are advertised so often as credit-builders for people with poor credit? Seriously, how can adding a new card help you improve your credit score?

Well, there are two types of credit cards for bad credit - secured and unsecured. Both of these cards have their advantages and disadvantages and while we generally recommend taking the secured credit card path (see below), we understand that they're not for everyone.

Start the New Year by tackling your credit card debt

New year is traditionally a time for setting new life goals, and mostly it concerns losing weight, quitting smoking, and the like. Although wanting to improve your physical health is a very commendable objective, while you’re at it you might also want to take a look at your financial health. One of the greatest threats to your economic wellbeing is credit card debt.

Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards of 2013

Balance transfer credit cards are one of the best ways to consolidate debt and save on interest - we've mentioned this time and again over the years, but it's always worth coming back to since they represent such a great deal. (For a quick refresher on how balance transfers work, check out our blog on balance transfer cards.) 

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