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Margaret Drummond is a personal finance expert focused on creating content that helps consumers increase financial wellness, wherever they are in their individual journey. Before she joined the Creditcards.com editorial team, she was a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch. She enjoys making the seemingly complex world of personal finance accessible to everyone.
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“Financial wellness begins with understanding your lifestyle - how you earn, how you spend, how you save. Credit cards can be a powerful tool to help you identify your patterns, save money and get access to perks. Use them wisely, and they’ll open up doors for your overall financial health.”
- Bachelor of Arts degree in English at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte