John is committed to helping people understand how credit works and use it to their advantage. Since 2007, when he first worked in the finance industry, he’s been building his credit knowledge. It’s his mission to communicate this knowledge clearly to everyone who’s willing to learn, constantly improving the guides and reviews on Credit Card Insider since 2013. He knows firsthand how easy it is to accumulate credit card debt, the challenge of paying it off completely, and the satisfaction of using credit to his advantage. John is devoted to making Credit Card Insider the best resource for those looking to understand credit and use credit cards as a powerful tool rather than fear them.
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The Amex EveryDay and EveryDay Preferred Credit Cards earn lots of rewards at supermarkets, but is one of them best for you? Read this to decide.
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