Erik Martin

Erik Martin

Erik J. Martin is a Chicago area-based freelance writer whose articles have been published by AARP The Magazine, The Motley Fool, The Costco Connection, USAA, US Chamber of Commerce, Bankrate, The Chicago Tribune, and other publications. He often writes on topics related to real estate, personal finance, business, technology, health care, and entertainment. Erik also hosts the Cineversary podcast and publishes several blogs, including martinspiration.com and cineversegroup.com.

CryptocurrencyApr 27, 2022
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Balance Transfer Credit CardsApr 27, 2022
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Mortgage AssistanceApr 27, 2022
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Payday LoansMay 2, 2022
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Student LoansMay 3, 2022
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