Jason Steele

Jason Steele is an IT professional who loves writing about a variety of topics including finance, travel, and life hacks on the Money Crashers personal finance blog. Jason lives in Colorado with his wife and daughter, and enjoys extreme sports, cycling and flying airplanes. Jason has expertise in finding the best cash back credit cards (e.g. Chase Freedom Review), and utilizing them to earn travel rewards and get cheap airline ticket deals.

  1. Tax Software Vs. An Accountant: Which Is Right For You?
    Taxes

    Tax Software Vs. An Accountant: Which Is Right For You?

    We look at the pros and cons of using tax software versus an accountant when filing your tax return.
  2. How FICO Scores Are Calculated
    Credit & Loans

    How FICO Scores Are Calculated

    Lenders look at this to determine your credit risk. We explain what it is and how it's figured out.
  3. 7 Things You Didn't Know Affect Your Credit Score
    Credit & Loans

    7 Things You Didn't Know Affect Your Credit Score

    Having a good credit score plays a big part in being approved for a loan or a mortgage. Here are some things to watch for to keep your credit score healthy.
  4. 4 Common Credit Card Misconceptions
    Credit & Loans

    4 Common Credit Card Misconceptions

    Many Americans think these credit card "rules" are true. Read on to find out the facts.
  5. 10 Reasons Why Online Grocery Shopping Is Failing
    Personal Finance

    10 Reasons Why Online Grocery Shopping Is Failing

    Although some companies still continue to develop offerings, observers ponder the question: Why does online grocery shopping continue to fail?
  6. 7 Ways Using Your Credit Card Can Save On Summer Travel
    Credit & Loans

    7 Ways Using Your Credit Card Can Save On Summer Travel

    No matter how you plan to get to your destination, the secret to cutting your costs lies in using your credit cards.
  7. 5 Changes To Airline Rules You Need To Know
    Personal Finance

    5 Changes To Airline Rules You Need To Know

    Passenger rights advocates have been clamoring for the government to issue new rules to prevent airlines from abuses such as tarmac delays and lost luggage.