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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

5 Best Cash Back Credit Cards for Fair Credit in 2013

The myth surrounding credit cards for fair credit is that they're kind of, well ...

Citi ThankYou® Preferred Rewards Card is now offering a 12 month 0% intro period

It used to be that the one problem we had with the Citi ThankYou® Preferred Rewards Card is that it didn't offer a zero percent intro period on new purchases or balance transfers. As of yesterday, that all changed.

Ask Creditnet: What's the best student credit card?

Dear Creditnet: I just turned 18 and I'm finishing up my freshman year of college in May. My parents are already stressing to me that I need to start thinking about building credit in my name. They're willing to co-sign on a student credit card for me, but I'm pretty much clueless on what to look for in a card. Do you have any suggestions? And what's the most important thing I should consider in a card? Thanks! - Jenna from San Francisco, CA

Balance Transfer Credit Cards: 7 "Gotchas" to Avoid

Credit cards that offer a 0% balance transfer option can be a great way to climb out of debt. My wife and I used these offers to pay more than $20,000 in credit card bills in three years. While the allure of no interest borrowing is very attractive, there are several pitfalls you must avoid. You will

New Discover it™ Card 5% cash back categories go live today

Discover it™ cardholders can begin earning 5% cash back on Q2 categories today. Seriously, no April's foolin'! This quarter's categories include 5% earnings on up to $1,500 in purchases made at home improvement stores through June, 2013.

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