Jason Stewart

Jason Stewart

Jason aka “Stewie” joined Bulldog Media Group in 2016 as the Senior Digital Marketing Manager. He graduated from Dakota State University in Madison, SD with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing.

  1. Don't Miss Out on These 4 Untapped Credit Card Benefits

    By the time most people are old enough to open a credit card, they’ve undoubtedly heard countless cautionary tales of friends and family members who dug themselves into debt, faced hefty interest rates after not reading the fine print, or destroyed their credit scores with a few poor decisions.

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  2. 4 Hidden Costs Behind Rewards Cards

    There’s no such thing as a free lunch, right? Many credit card companies try to entice customers with rewards such as cash back, free hotel stays, or travel perks — but almost everything comes at a cost.

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  3. 4 Signs a Credit Card Offer Is Too Good to Be True

    Credit card offers are everywhere. Boot up your computer, type "credit card" into your favorite search engine, and you'll be inundated with hundreds (if not thousands) of options. Some cards are objectively better than others, but how do you spot the truly terrible ones?

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  4. How to Boost Your Odds of Credit Card Approval

    Finding a credit card that's a good fit for your lifestyle is hard enough, but getting approval can seem like an impossible challenge. Rejection is never fun, and it's particularly painful to be rejected because of something as personal as your financial history.

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  5. 6 Ways Credit Cards Can Improve Your Financial Life

    By the time most people reach adulthood, they undoubtedly have some level of familiarity with credit cards. Whether it’s a horror story of someone racking up thousands of dollars of credit card debt or the handful of card offers you receive in the mail on a weekly basis, they’re an integral part of the world’s financial fabric.

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  6. The Basics You Need to Know About Student Aid

    Applying for college can seem like a long and arduous process, so it's no surprise that students often fail to take advantage of free money available to them. It's just one more essay to do or piece of government paperwork to fill out.

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