Credit Card, Banking and Savings Expert
Lauren Perez writes on a variety of personal finance topics for SmartAsset, with a special expertise in savings, banking and credit cards. She is a Certified Educator in Personal Finance® (CEPF®) and a member of the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing. Lauren has a degree in English from the University of Rochester where she focused on Language, Media and Communications. She is originally from Los Angeles. While prone to the occasional shopping spree, Lauren has been aware of the importance of money management and savings since she was young. Lauren loves being able to make credit card and retirement account recommendations to friends and family based on the hours of research she completes at SmartAsset.
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Linda McMahon of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) fame has been picked to head the U.S. Small Business Administration. If approved by the Senate, the co-founder and former CEO of WWE will oversee an agency with a budget of more than $10 billion that provides loans, mentoring and guidance to small business owners in every state. In his announcement, Trump stated that McMahon will be a key player in his effort to generate American job growth and roll back federal regulations. Here are five things to know about Trump’s pick to head the Small Business Administration. Read more
J.K. Rowling’s net worth is an estimated $1.2 billion. Since 1997, J.K. Rowling has captivated book lovers across the globe with her renowned Harry Potter series. In addition to publishing that series, she has written other novels and stories and has gotten involved with the film adaptations of her books. Read on for a breakdown of Rowling’s net worth. Read more
Gary Cohn, president and chief operating officer of Goldman Sachs, recently accepted Donald Trump’s offer to lead the National Economic Council (NEC).The NEC was designed to help coordinate and develop the president’s economic program and is one of the most influential panels in the White House. In a statement, Trump said that Cohn would serve as the “top economic adviser,” putting “his talents as a highly successful businessman to work for the American people.” The position does not require Senate approval. Read on for five things to know about the future NEC leader. Read more