Ting Pen

Ting is a ValuePenguin Co-Founder. She previously evaluated corporate mergers and acquisitions as a Financial Analyst at Citigroup.

University of California Irvine Criminology, Law and Society Major - Q&A with Barbara Spyrou

Barbara Spyrou is a Criminology, Law and Society Major attending the University of California at Irvine. She will receive a Bachelor of...

Best Cities For Graphic Designers

The thing about the graphic designer is that every company needs one. After all, every company has a look and a feel and – more literally...

Best Brokerage Bonuses & Promotions

To find which brokerage offered the best deals, we looked at five major online brokers that offered cash credit and free trades promotions...

Getting the Most Value out of ClassPass

ClassPass is the newest and hottest company to hit the workout scene, with 33 cities to get sweaty, and many more to come. It allows...

Best Cities for Athletic Trainers

There are rigors and rewards to every profession, but few are as immediately upsetting – or gratifying – as those for athletic trainers....

Q&A with BuckInspire.com

Buck, from BuckInspire.com has been blogging off and on for four and a half years. Based out of Los Angeles, California, he is a full-time...

2015 Safest Places in Illinois Study

Our team at ValuePenguin has analyzed the most recent FBI Crime Report to determine the safety of cities in Illinois. These 298 cities...

Q&A with Sam Dogen of the Financial Samurai

The Financial Samurai has been an influential voice in the personal finance world since it started in the summer of 2009, when the world...

Q&A with Peter Anderson of BibleMoneyMatters.com

Peter Anderson was learning a lot about how to manage money, and decided to share some of the things he was learning online. Based out of...

Bankruptcy Filings by State

Bankruptcy data by state

Back to School: A Guide to Sales Tax and Saving on Textbooks

The College Board estimates that college students spend an average of $1,200 on textbooks and course supplies each year. What most people...

A Study of Credit Card Complaints

From the 13,000+ complaints collected by the CFPB in 2013, here are our key findings on the most satisfied customers, the most complained...