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Personal finance, Travel, Insurance
- Personal finance writer specializing in early retirement, credit cards, travel and insurance
- Previous experience as a financial planner and corporate finance manager
Lee Huffman spent 18 years as a financial planner and corporate finance manager before quitting his corporate job to write full time. He contributes to CreditCards.com and has been writing about early retirement, credit cards, travel, insurance and other personal finance topics since 2012. He enjoys showing people how to travel more, spend less and live better through the power of travel rewards. When Lee is not getting his passport stamped around the world, he’s researching methods to earn more miles and points toward his next vacation. You can connect with him at BaldThoughts.com.
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