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Camie Sims

Camie Sims

Camelyn is a wife, mom, credit consumer, school board member, Junior Achievement volunteer, and the Operations Manager at CreditSoup. After graduating with her Bachelor of Science in Information Systems and Business Administration minor, she joined the team back in 2001 and has been involved with consumer finance products in many capacities over the years. She uses her personal experiences, as well as her knowledge from working with credit-related products, as she shares with readers and discusses financial products and topics.

  1. How Important is Insurance?

    How Important is Insurance?

    Owning a home or renting. Driving to work. Just living life. What do all of these activities have in common? Risk - things can go wrong; and this is what insurance can help give you peace of mind over.

  2. Tools for Buying a Car

    Tools for Buying a Car

    There are many things to consider when buying a vehicle such as the vehicle's history, the vehicle's valuation, financing, and then finding the right monthly payment for you.

  3. Ways to Reduce Debt

    Ways to Reduce Debt

    Tips to reduce debt and improve your finances can vary from budgeting to listing debts to requesting lower interest rates.

  4. Easy Ways to Save Money

    Easy Ways to Save Money

    You can reduce spending without making big changes to your lifestyle. This isn't your typical list detailing how to spend less by sacrificing. We all know we could eat out less, buy fewer clothes, take fewer or less expensive vacations, clip coupons, make coffee at home instead of grabbing a latte, etc. But here are some ways to save money that you might not have thought of that are relatively pain-free.

  5. Splash into Summer!

    Splash into Summer!

    Summer is right around the corner and vacation season is almost here! Summertime also brings landscape and construction projects or perhaps even a new home! If any of these are in your future summer plans, you'll need to have a payment course of action.

  6. Credit Tips from CreditSoup

    Credit Tips from CreditSoup

    CreditSoup will inform you of money saving tips, ways to improve your credit, which credit cards will provide the best rewards options, which insurance provider has the best auto insurance rates, etc...


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