Gina Roberts-Grey

Gina Roberts-Grey

Gina Roberts-Grey is an award-winning writer for numerous print publications and websites, including Family Circle, Essence, Woman’s Day, Glamour, MSN, Fox Business, Entrepreneuer.com, CreditSesame.com, NextAvenue.org, InvestingAnswers.com, and many others. For more than 13 years she’s covered credit, debt, personal finance, credit cards and home, auto, life and health insurance, helping readers save money on their premiums, dig out of debt and learn how to put their credit cards to work for them. She resides in upstate New York with her husband, son and three Bichon Frises. Connect with Gina via Twitter at @GinaRobertsGrey or her website www.GinaRoberts-Grey.com.

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  1. 10 Steps For First-Time Home Buyers
    Home & Auto

    10 Steps For First-Time Home Buyers

    It's probably the biggest purchase you've ever made. Here's exactly what to do to prepare yourself and get the best possible deal.
  2. Credits For First-Time Home Buyers
    Home & Auto

    Credits For First-Time Home Buyers

    To encourage Americans to buy their first homes, the government offers credits and tax breaks. Even better, you may not need to be an actual first-timer.
  3. Credit Card Authorized User
    Term

    Credit Card Authorized User

    Definition of an authorized user of a credit card.
  4. Getting Government Loans
    Credit & Loans

    Getting Government Loans

    Would a government loan provide a more cost-effective way to finance your business? See whether your company qualifies for the loan types below.
  5. Gold IRA
    Term

    Gold IRA

    Definition of Gold IRA
  6. Gold IRA Rollover
    Retirement

    Gold IRA Rollover

    Does it make sense to roll over some of the money in your 401(k), IRA or Roth retirement accounts into a gold IRA? Consider these points before switching.
  7. Analysis: Should You Get A Gold IRA?
    Retirement

    Analysis: Should You Get A Gold IRA?

    Yes, you can invest in actual gold or other precious metals for your IRA. See the special rules for gold IRAs and what gold could add to your portfolio.
  8. Expanding Your Small Business With An SBA Loan
    Budgeting

    Expanding Your Small Business With An SBA Loan

    Should you look to the Small Business Administration for a loan for your company? The pros and cons of going the SBA route, plus details on how to apply.
  9. Recognizing Good Homeowners Insurance Companies
    Insurance

    Recognizing Good Homeowners Insurance Companies

    Check out these 7 issues before you choose the company that will provide your homeowners insurance policy.
  10. Who Needs Life Insurance, Who Doesn't
    Insurance

    Who Needs Life Insurance, Who Doesn't

    How to tell when it's time to get life insurance – or decide that you don't have to have it yet or no longer need it.
  11. How To Compare Home Insurance Companies
    Insurance

    How To Compare Home Insurance Companies

    There's a ton of information out there. Here's how to organize it and find the best company and best rates when you insure your home.
  12. Choosing The Best Life Insurance Company For You
    Insurance

    Choosing The Best Life Insurance Company For You

    What to consider before you choose the life insurance company that can give you the policy you need now – and meet your needs as your life evolves.
  13. Strategies For Debt Consolidation Loans
    Credit & Loans

    Strategies For Debt Consolidation Loans

    A debt consolidation loan may help if your income doesn't quite cover your credit card and loan payments. Here's how to avoid scams and stay afloat.
  14. Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit
    Credit & Loans

    Credit Cards For People With Bad Credit

    Yes, you can get a credit card and start repairing your credit history. But brace yourself for low credit limits, sky-high interest and staggering fees.
  15. FICO Credit Score Changes – Will Yours Go Up?
    Credit & Loans

    FICO Credit Score Changes – Will Yours Go Up?

    Your FICO score could rise due to a new way of scoring some debts – which could make you eligible for a lower interest rate on credit cards or loans.
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