Chang Fu

Chang is an avid writer, among other things, at Possible. He grew up loving reading and writing, creating his own poems and even a book he's now hidden in an old closet, unpublished. His financial experience at a large bank along with his passion for technology to help underserved communities inspires him to write for Possible.

Posts by Chang Fu

62% of Americans Would Give up an Expense for Their Pet [Survey]

2020 was forecasted to be the highest ever year for pet spend, according to the American Pet Products Association (APPA). The projected spend of $99 billion was an increase of 3.5 percent from the previous...

Possible Finance Reviews - December 2020

Every month, we showcase some of our best and worst reviews. We’re always striving to make our products better so if you have other feedback for us, please let us know at [email protected] Thanks in advance!...

How to Build Credit With a Credit Card From Grain

So what’s a Grain credit card or in general a “digital credit card”? Well, it actually is not as obvious as you think. Surprise! It’s not a traditional credit card company. A Grain credit card...

How Do Payday Loans Work?

Financial Lessons From 8 Budget-Savvy Celebrities

Society often romanticizes the lifestyles of the rich and famous, but things aren’t always as grand as they seem. Intuitively, a multimillionaire’s life appears to be prestigious, outfitted with designer clothes and private jets. In...

Credit Score 101

[Study] Overdraft Fee Trends in 2020

2020 was undoubtedly one of the most difficult financial years since the last recession and it has left Americans scrambling to find alternative loan options. Even still, banks are charging consumers for everything from overdrafts...

Possible Finance Reviews - November 2020

Every month, we showcase some of our best and worst reviews. We’re always striving to make our products better so if you have additional feedback, please let us know at [email protected] Thanks in advance! Are you...

25 Highest Paying Jobs With No Degree Required + How to Get Them

While some people take the weight of tens of thousands in student debt as an obligation, others don’t have the luxury to enter into an entry-level job that pays entry-level wages with looming high monthly...

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