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Choosing a credit card, payment technology, how policy affects personal finance
- More than 10 years’ experience as a personal finance writer
- Helps readers find the best credit card for any given situation
- Breaks down financial esoterica in a way that enhances consumer understanding
A personal finance journalist for well over a decade, Aaron Broverman has been part of the CreditCards.com family since way back when Creditcards.com Canada was a growing concern. Having impressed at the now defunct international brand, he was brought into the main site to add his outside perspective along with his solid writing and research capabilities.
Now, his “Best credit cards for…” series goes deep on helping readers understand the best credit cards for any given situation, whether it’s flat-rate cash back, airport lounge access or something even more specific like grocery shopping, Apple products or a trip to Disneyland.
In addition, he can always be counted on to illuminate the masses with his feature quality deep dives on financial esoterica, examining everything from the degree to which the U.S. president influences the credit card industry to the way new ATM and pay technology makes life easier for people with disabilities.
When he’s not writing about money, he’s spending money on comic books and has a comic industry interview podcast called Speech Bubble. He lives in Waterloo, Ontario, with his wife Brittany and his son Wells.
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- Bachelor of Journalism from Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario
- Canadian Media Guild