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Chelsea Denning

Chelsea Denning

Chelsea is the Digital Marketing Specialist and Content Writer for CreditSoup.com. She has 10 years of experience in the digital marketing world. Chelsea enjoys writing about topics she is passionate about such as personal finance and travel. When she is offline, you can find her surfing and at the beach at her home in California

  1. The Best Credit Card for You in 2020

    The Best Credit Card for You in 2020

    There are a lot of credit card options out there. How do you pick the right one for you? We’ve narrowed down which credit cards should be in your wallet this year based on your credit and lifestyle goals. Whether you are looking for the best travel card or a card that fits your credit, we’ve got you covered.

  2. How to Increase Your Credit Score in 5 Easy Steps

    How to Increase Your Credit Score in 5 Easy Steps

    You may be wondering, does my credit score really matter that much? Should I be making proactive steps to improve my score or just assume it will get better with time? We’re here to tell you that your credit score is important, and we are going to break down what you can do to improve that critical number.

  3. What is Chase’s “Pay Yourself Back” Program?

    What is Chase’s “Pay Yourself Back” Program?

    The Chase Ultimate Rewards® Program has been long known for allowing people to redeem points for free flights and hotels. With travel not on people’s minds as much given the current Pandemic situation, Chase® came out with a great new alternative for those points you can be racking up on your Chase® card. It’s called the Pay Yourself Back Program.

  4. 5 Mother's Day Gifts Under $10

    5 Mother's Day Gifts Under $10

    Just because you're on a budget doesn't mean you can't get something nice for your mom on Mother's Day. Here are five classy and heartfelt items to consider for cheap Mother's Day gifts as the holiday approaches.

  5. Easiest Credit Cards to Get for a 600 Credit Score

    Easiest Credit Cards to Get for a 600 Credit Score

    If you have a credit score around 600, you may be wondering which credit cards you would qualify for. Most credit card issuers would consider this poor to fair credit. If you have felt frustrated from not getting approved for a card in the past these are the cards you should apply for if you have a 600 credit score.

  6. When Life Gives You Lemons, Get a Personal Loan

    When Life Gives You Lemons, Get a Personal Loan

    In the past, personal online loans developed a bad rep for extremely high interest rates. Over the years, many companies have disrupted the personal loan space with cheap loan options. The rates have become so competitive that some people prefer unsecured loans over traditional options. Here’s why.


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