Reyna Gobel

Reyna Gobel is a freelance journalist and self-professed financial geek, who realized in her finance classes that personal finances weren't nearly as complicated as she thought they'd be and set out to spread the word. Gobel is also the author of "Graduation Debt: How To Manage Student Loans And Live Your Life", which will be hitting the shelves in March of 2010. Her website is Graduation Debt.

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  1. Trading Strategy

    How to Trade a Short Squeeze

    Trading a short squeeze can be risky, but also very rewarding for those who master it.
  2. Credit, Loans & Mortgages

    How to Insure a Credit Card Against Job Loss

    Find out how involuntary unemployment credit card insurance (IUCC) may help make your minimum payments if you're laid off ...
  3. Mortgage Rates

    Is House Price or Interest Rate More Important?

    Deciding which factor is more important can make a difference in monthly payments, ability to move and homeowners’ association ...
  4. Career / Compensation

    3 MBA Double Majors That Boost Your Value

    Find out how to fast track your MBA degree with a double major to help give your career the edge it needs and create a focus ...
  5. Career / Compensation

    Government Financial Careers: What to Expect

    Government financial and accounting careers can offer the variety of the private sector with added job security and benefits ...
  6. Career / Compensation

    How to Change Careers by Selling Your Skills

    Do you already know what you want your next career move to be? If so, creating a skills-based resume may help you change ...
  7. High Net Worth Living

    Investing in Fine Wine

    If you fail to uncork profits by investing in wine, you can always toast your loss.
  8. Budgeting & Savings

    A Double Undergrad Can Cost You Your MBA

    Many college students prefer to do a double major to broaden their education, but this can hinder them - financially and ...
  9. Budgeting & Savings

    8 Tips to Help You Control Holiday Spending

    These tips will have you singing "Joy to the World" well into the New Year.
  10. Budgeting & Savings

    Budgeting When You're Broke

    When you're short on cash, a strict budget is the best tool for finding financial stability.
  11. Budgeting & Savings

    Is Investing $25 a Month Worth it?

    With only $25 to invest each month, is it worth the trouble? Find out how small investments can add up over time and how ...
  12. Budgeting & Savings

    8 Steps To An Organized Financial Life

    Disorganization makes planning difficult, and that can cost you big-time. Follow these 8 steps to an organized financial ...
  13. Real Estate

    6 Steps to Becoming a Real Estate Agent

    Get a head start in the real estate business by following these six steps.
  14. Taxes

    6 Sources for Free Tax Help

    From community-based services to free software, there are many free resources to help with your taxes.
  15. Real Estate

    Are you ready to buy a house?

    There is a number of factors, aside from cost, that you should think about before buying a new house.
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