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Kevin Joey Chen

Kevin Joey Chen

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Kevin Joey Chen was a credit cards, banking and investments writer for Finder. His work and analysis have appeared on CNN, U.S. News & World Report, Business.com, Lifehacker and CreditCards.com.

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203 articles written by this author

Best rewards credit cards of 2022

Take advantage of miles, points and perks with a card that best fits your lifestyle.

Kevin Joey Chen 6 February 2021
Best rewards credit cards of 2022

7 Best 0% APR credit cards of 2022

Our top picks for cards with zero intro APR in 2021.

Kevin Joey Chen 25 January 2021
7 Best 0% APR credit cards of 2022

10 best travel credit cards of 2022

Here are our picks for the top travel cards on the market.

Kevin Joey Chen 20 January 2021
10 best travel credit cards of 2022

9+ best airline credit cards of 2022

Have your sights set on travel this year? We compared nearly 100 cards to find the best deals and perks.

Kevin Joey Chen 13 January 2021
9+ best airline credit cards of 2022

Best store credit cards of 2022

Here are our picks for the best store cards of the year.

Kevin Joey Chen 7 January 2021
Best store credit cards of 2022

Mastercard extended warranty: Do I get this perk?

It doesn’t come standard, but specific Mastercard products have an extended warranty benefit.

Kevin Joey Chen 3 December 2020
Mastercard extended warranty: Do I get this perk?

Best credit cards for consultants

Travel credit cards can offer top-notch rewards for consultants.

Kevin Joey Chen 29 July 2020
Best credit cards for consultants

Self Visa® Credit Card review

Open a credit-builder loan before getting this secured card.

Kevin Joey Chen 27 May 2020
Self Visa® Credit Card review

Expensify Card review

Automatically track expenses using the Expensify app.

Kevin Joey Chen 6 March 2020
Expensify Card review

What are those random $1 charges on my credit card?

It’s probably a temporary hold, and nothing to worry about.

Kevin Joey Chen 5 February 2020
What are those random $1 charges on my credit card?
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