Credit Card, Savings and Retirement Expert
Liz Smith is a graduate of New York University and has been passionate about helping people make better financial decisions since her college days. Liz has been writing for SmartAsset for more than four years. Her areas of expertise include retirement, credit cards and savings. She also focuses on all money issues for millennials. Liz's articles have been featured across the web, including on AOL Finance, Business Insider and WNBC. The biggest personal finance mistake she sees people making: not contributing to retirement early in their careers.
Posts by Elizabeth Smith:
Bank-to-bank transfers allow consumers to move money electronically. Specifically, they allow someone to transfer money from an account with one bank to an account with another institution. If you’ve never used this service before, it might seem a little confusing. If you need some help understanding how it works, here’s what you should know about bank-to-bank transfers. Read more
A salary usually isn’t the only benefit in a job compensation package. Companies offer all sorts of perks from 401(k) plans and free snacks to stock options. Some of these benefits are extended to all employees while others are open for discussion or reserved for top performers. If you’re preparing to negotiate your next offer, here are six job benefits that could be worth fighting for. Read more
We all know that it’s important to pay off our debt. But student loan debt can sometimes get lost in the shuffle when you’re trying to keep up with your other bills and financial obligations. If you happen to miss one student loan payment, there’s no need to panic. If you act quickly, you can prevent your mistake from ruining your credit score and jeopardizing your financial future. Read more
Entering the “real world” after college can be scary. The job hunting process can be stressful and if your main concern is locking down a gig, it may be tempting to accept the first offer that a… Read more
Student loan debt can be crippling and loan default rates continue to rise as more and more borrowers struggle to make their monthly loan payments. You may have heard that debtors can file for… Read more