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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

Credit News Roundup: Yup - People are Now Paying for Stuff With Their Face

2013 may be a time of amazing technological advancement, but some of us can't help but feel a little bit bummed that some of the really cool gadgets we were told would be here by now. And yes, we mean flying cards.

So, you can imagine our excitement this morning when we saw this video on Fast Company from the start-up Uniqul detailing the newest wave of spending in Finland - paying with your face.

US Airways Premier World MasterCard: New Zero Interest Offer Applies to Purchases, Too

Update: This offer may have changed since this article was published. However, you can check out the The US Airways Premier World MasterCard® page for the most up-to-date card details.

The US Airways Premier World MasterCard® offer debuted today, and the result is an upgrade that puts this airline miles card on to our list of the 5 best travel credit card offers available right now.

Premier Miles & More World MasterCard's Newest Offer: Up to 35,000 Bonus Miles

Update: This offer is no longer available. However, you can check out more travel credit cards on the airlines miles credit cards page.

One of our favorite airline miles cards recently updates its offer, so we thought we would pass along the updates to our (beloved!) readers.

Stop Wasting Money: 3 Ways to Save on Groceries

Food is, like most things in the world, getting more and more expensive. Maybe it's inflation, maybe it's higher demand, maybe it's both (and likely any number of additional reasons, too). But odds are, food prices are going to go up even as your paycheck remains steady, which means more and more of your paychecks will be expended at the local supermarket.

Credit News Roundup: Credit Card Use Up, Delinquencies Down in May 2013

Some interesting news out today regarding credit cards and the economy at large, as numbers from May trickle in. According to USA Today (via statistics from the Federal Reserve), credit card usage - and balances - were up considerably from May to April.

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