Casey Bond

Casey Bond, Content Director

Casey Bond is a seasoned personal finance writer and currently serves as the managing editor and voice for www.GoBankingRates.com. Her work regularly appears in a number of major national publications in addition to Go Banking Rates, including Business Insider, US News & World Report, and Yahoo! Finance. Casey can also be found on The Street, MSN, Huffington Post, Fox Business, LearnVest, Redbook, Style, and ABC News radio.

Articles by Casey Bond

5 Banking Services That Will Be Obsolete in 10 Years

Say goodbye to banking as you know it.

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Why a Third of Americans Treat Checking Accounts Like Payday Loans

Consumers hand over $30 billion to banks every year in the form of overdraft fees. Are you one of them? Find Out >>

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6 Signs of a Hot Housing Market

Music, food trucks and hipsters -- all signs that you should buy now.
Look For These Indicators >>

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Video: How to Start Building a Credit History

It can feel like a frustrating chicken-and-the-egg situation when you can't build your credit without already having credit.

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5 Money Lessons Your Parents Taught You That Are Wrong

Even the most loving and wise of parents can mess up sometimes, often because there was no one willing or able to teach them about finance, either.

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Jeff Yeager Wins the 2014 Summer Savings Video Challenge

Best known as "The Ultimate Cheapskate,” personal finance expert, author and media personality, Jeff Yeager, prevailed as the winner of the 2014 GOBankingRates Summer Savings Video Challenge.

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How to Refinance If Your Home Appraisal Value Is Too Low

What would you do if your home appraisal is too low to refinance?

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How to Save $1,000 by the End of the Year

Time to try for a grand slam.

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7 Credit Myths You Thought Could Hurt Your Score But Don’t

Don't give any credit to these commonly held beliefs.

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4 Best Things to Buy in October

It’s cooling off, which means everything you need for spring and summer is starting to go on sale now, when you least need it, of course. However, if you plan ahead, you can take advantage of October discounts and keep more in your savings account all year. Best Time to Buy: October Edition Whether you’re...

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