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Megan Horner

Megan Horner

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Megan Horner is the banking and credit cards Group Publisher at Finder. She's passionate about helping you find the best credit cards and bank accounts to meet your financial needs — whether that's earning great rewards or improving your credit score. Megan's expertise has been spotlighted on Lifehacker, CreditCards.com, American Banker and featured on news broadcasts across the country. Before working at Finder, Megan worked at Credit Karma and QuinStreet.

Latest articles by Megan Horner

8 articles written by this author

How to correct an error on your credit report

Find an error on your credit report? Here are the 7 steps you can take to fix your credit report.

Megan Horner 9 April 2019
How to correct an error on your credit report

Can a business credit card affect my personal credit?

Protect your personal credit score when you have a business credit card.

Megan Horner 8 April 2019
Can a business credit card affect my personal credit?

Using a credit card to pay for university

You may be able to pay for your university or college education with a credit card – but it'll likely cost you.

Megan Horner 8 April 2019
Using a credit card to pay for university

Credit card networks vs. issuers: What’s the difference?

Knowing the difference between issuers and networks could help you better understand your credit card choices.

Megan Horner 13 March 2019
Credit card networks vs. issuers: What’s the difference?

Charity credit cards: How to spend for a good cause

Your guide to choosing a credit card that lets your donate rewards points earned on your everyday card purchases.

Emma Balmforth & Megan Horner 7 March 2019
Charity credit cards: How to spend for a good cause

Using a credit card in India

Here's what you need to know about using a credit card in India.

Megan Horner 26 February 2019
Using a credit card in India

Using a credit card in China

Here’s what you need to know about using a credit card in China, potential fees you might incur, plus learn about cash alternatives you can use.

Emma Balmforth & Megan Horner 14 July 2017
Using a credit card in China

Secured cards vs. unsecured cards: What’s the difference?

Compare the differences between secured and unsecured credit cards and find out why a $200 deposit for a secured card could be all that's standing in your way of getting a better credit score.

Megan Horner 5 July 2017
Secured cards vs. unsecured cards: What’s the difference?
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