Sarah Szczypinski

Sarah Szczypinski is a financial writer specializing in personal money management and credit repair. Originally trained as a tech writer, she began her career writing online courses and administrative manuals for Fortune 500 insurance, HR and engineering firms.
After forming her writing consultancy, Top Drawer Publications, in 2009, Sarah began to write about personal finance. She quickly realized that technical content and personal finance have something in common: there are rules for success. Sarah spent the next five years compiling these rules and applying them to credit repair, budgeting, debt, savings, marriage, divorce and more. What she learned has yielded hundreds of articles aimed at helping consumers take a closer look at their financial habits in order to make lasting changes.
Sarah joined CreditRepair.com’s Expert Panel in September 2014. She’s excited to reach new audiences with her writing and continue to provide help, advice and (when necessary) some tough love to her readers.

Posts by Sarah Szczypinski
22
Jul
shutterstock_326855354 Area of interest isn’t the only consideration on the path to a worthwhile career. Read More...

Posted in Business

20
Jul
shutterstock_334073888 Personal responsibility is a vital component in credit health, but it isn’t the only piece of the puzzle. Read More...

Posted in Credit

08
Jul
shutterstock_221532892 Losing your job is a jarring experience. Read More...

Posted in Credit

15
Jun
shutterstock_406924213 Student loans represent a new wave of debt in the U.S. Read More...

Posted in Loans

13
Jun
shutterstock_237240778 Paying off debt can be a tedious process, but what happens if your efforts aren’t good enough? Read More...

Posted in Credit

10
Jun
shutterstock_24253084 I talked about a recent family scare with identity theft and the action we took to catch the scammer and prevent future damage. Read More...

Posted in Identity Theft

06
Jun
shutterstock_245635381 Identity theft is the ultimate violation of privacy and safety, affecting millions of Americans each year. Read More...

Posted in Identity Theft

03
Jun
shutterstock_174215792 (1) April Fool’s has come and gone, but the financial “pranks” of education debt have the potential to stretch over years of April 1sts. Read More...

Posted in Loans

26
May
shutterstock_328967183 In my early days of personal credit repair, I did what millions of Americans do: I signed up for a free trial with a credit bureau. Read More...

Posted in Credit

16
May
shutterstock_357964967 If you are among the millions of creditworthy Americans, congratulations: your financial efforts have paid off and you are about to reap the rewards of an elite credit score. Read More...

Posted in Credit