Paul Reynolds

Paul Reynolds is a former Editor at ValuePenguin. He previously worked as an editor at Consumer Reports and Purch.

Lessons From Those Who Paid Down Big Debts

Dealing with a hefty debt? These types, acquired through interviews, may help. Read on to find out how you can battle your debt.

With a Rate Rise Looming, Dealing With Debt Through a Personal Loan

With interest rates changing, it's a stressful time to manage debt. Click here to read our tip's for managing debt.

Deciding on a Mortgage Lock in a Time of Rising Interest Rates

Mortgage interest rates can be difficult to navigate. We have some tips and suggestions for whatever your situation may be

7 Reasons the New Starbucks Credit Card is for True Java Junkies Only

Starbucks launched its much-anticipated credit card, and it’s geared more to loyal customers of the chain—and less to mere casual Starbucks...

Beware Repair Scams and Risky Contracts After Hurricane Irma

After the storm come the repairs and the insurance settlements--and some inevitable complications as consumers wrestle with those two...

How A Health Savings Account Can Be A Tax-Saver

The traditional adage about Americans hating death and taxes might be slightly amended to hating health-care costs and taxes.

Countries Where Buying Starbucks Is The Most And Least Extravagant

At an average of $2.75 at U.S. Starbucks outlets, a small (or “tall” in Starbucks-speak) hot latte is pricier than a regular cup of joe,...

The Most And Least Affordable Cities For Public Transit

Do you think your city's public transport is expensive? Here's how it stacks up to other cities.