Tara Seboldt

Tara is a financial writer with over five years of professional writing experience. She previously worked at a financial planning firm. Tara uses this professional experience to help readers better understand their finances and make smart financial moves. When she’s not writing about money, Tara enjoys spending time in the Idaho mountains hiking, camping, and skiing.

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Posts by Tara Seboldt

Emergency Cash: How to Get What You Need

Few things can make you feel as anxious or defeated as a financial emergency. Whether you get an unexpected bill or suddenly lose your income source, not having the money you need packs on additional...

What Can I Do With a 600 Credit Score?

Building your credit history doesn’t happen overnight, but sometimes you need to work on your score is where you want it to be. When this happens, it can be hard to know what to expect...

What Can I Do With a 500 Credit Score?

Credit scores can be confusing. Between the different scoring models and credit bureaus, sometimes it’s hard to understand what your score actually means. If you have a 500 credit score, you might be wondering if...

How to Use a Credit Card to Build Credit

Credit cards have a mixed reputation. Some people think they’re the best way to build credit and make purchases. Others see them as debt traps that should be avoided. Both ends of the credit card...

Tips and Tricks for Getting Your Paycheck Early

Life doesn’t always stick to your regular payday schedule. Unexpected expenses—like a busted tire or last-minute birthday gift—can pop up and throw your budget off track. You’re then left with a hard choice of what...

Credit Card Late Fees: How They Work

According to data from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), credit card users paid $12 billion in late fees in 2020. The report also found that low-income cardholders and those with lower credit scores were...

Unsecured Credit Cards for Building Credit

If you’re looking to build credit but are not sure of the best option to get started, you may want to consider credit cards. First, it’s important to know how credit cards work and have...

Building Credit After Divorce

From attorney fees to alimony and child support, divorce proceedings are expensive! Throw in the emotional toll a divorce can take and there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself overwhelmed. Your credit score is probably...

Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy

Did you know nearly 400,000 nonbusiness bankruptcies were filed in 2021? If you’re one of the many people considering bankruptcy as your final option to get out of debt, you probably have questions. How does...

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