Jason Lee

Personal Finance Contributor

Jason Lee is a seasoned copywriter with a passion for writing about banking, tech, personal growth, and personal finance. As a business owner, relationship strategist, and officer in the U.S. military, Jason enjoys sharing his unique knowledge base and skill set with the rest of the world.

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What Happens if I Can’t Pay My Student Loans?

Points of Interest It can be scary to realize you can’t pay your student loans. The consequences of defaulting on your student loans are real, bu…

How Student Loans Affect Your Credit

Points of Interest Student loans can help get you the money you need for school, and when used properly, can help set you up for future financial…

Student Loans: You Graduated, Now What?

Point of Interest There are a ton of banking options that offer a wide variety of accounts, but not all banking options will end up a good fit fo…

Should I Buy or Lease My Car?

Point of Interest If you need to find a new car, buying and leasing a car are both viable options. Buying a car helps you to build equity in an a…

How to Refinance a Personal Loan

Points of Interest Refinancing a personal loan can offer long-term savings or lower payments if the loan conditions are right and better rates ar…

What is an Add-On CD?

Point of Interest Add-on CDs provide an extra layer of flexibility for people looking to invest money but who might not be ready to put up all th…

What is Home Equity?

Points of Interest Home equity, which is the amount of your home mortgage loan that you’ve paid down, gives homeowners access to powerful b…

How Much Should You Spend on a Car?

Just because the monthly payments won't break you doesn't mean it's a good idea to let car payments gobble up a huge chunk of your paycheck. Here's a quick and easy way to figure out how much you can afford to spend on a new car or truck.