Holly Johnson

Personal finance writer

Holly Johnson is an award-winning personal finance writer who focuses on credit cards and credit, early retirement and travel. Johnson blogs at <a href="https://clubthrifty.com/">ClubThrifty.com</a> and is also the co-author of <a href="https://amazon.com/Zero-Down-Your-Debt-Reclaim/dp/1633534790">Zero Down Your Debt: Reclaim Your Income and Build a Life You’ll Love</a>, which is available on Amazon.com.

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The best ways to finance your graduate degree

Pursuing a graduate degree is not a cheap endeavor, which is why sometimes it’s not even worth it. With tuition costing an average of $8,850 per…

What to do if your credit card gets hacked?

No matter how closely you watch your credit cards and other personal information, you are not entirely protected from the possibility of credit c…

Comparing mobile banking apps — who wins?

Most major credit card issuers offer a mobile app for smartphones, tablets and other devices these days, and for good reason. For starters, consu…

Beginner travel rewards guide

Travel can be exorbitantly expensive, but the right travel rewards card can help you save big on airfare, hotels, rental cars and more. With enou…

Pay for holiday travel with points, but start now

According to a recent study from Experian, some Americans report spending more money on holiday travel than they do on gifts. How much? The study…

How I used points for an epic birthday getaway to Aruba

With my 40th birthday coming up in January of 2019, I knew I wanted to plan an insanely special trip. Most of all, I wanted to spend a week relax…