Erica Corbin joined NerdWallet in 2020 as an assistant assigning editor at large. She previously wrote and edited content at companies such as GOBankingRates and Nasdaq. Her work has been syndicated to USA Today, Yahoo Finance, MSN and more. She also has worked as a freelance writer and editor for over a decade for various clients and publications across industries, with particular emphasis on entertainment reporting. Erica believes that money, like most topics, is best discussed with understanding, transparency and a healthy dose of humor.
- Education: B.A. in English literature from Seattle Pacific University
- Previous experience: GOBankingRates, Nasdaq
The latest from Erica
Why You Can Expect to Pay More for Car Insurance This Year
Rising car prices, supply-chain and labor shortages, plus minimal rate increases last year are leading to an expected surge in car insurance costs.
The Hanover Renters Insurance Review 2023
The Hanover sells renters insurance through local agents, with a choice of three coverage packages.
Erie Renters Insurance Review 2023
Erie offers generous coverage and good service, but its policies are available in a dozen states only.
American Family Renters Insurance Review 2023
American Family offers lots of coverage and discount options, but its renters policies aren’t available in all states.
Cheap Car Insurance in Georgia – March 2023
Central Insurance offers the cheapest car insurance in Georgia, with an average monthly rate of $86 for full coverage.
Beyond Bitcoin: Diversification Can Help Manage Crypto Risks
It can be complicated to build a diversified portfolio in this novel and volatile space, but there are ways to pull it off.
Rule 144: Sale of Restricted or Control Securities
If you want to sell restricted or control securities, you’ll need to be mindful of Rule 144 requirements.
Exchange Funds: One Way to Reduce Concentrated Stock Risk
An exchange fund is an option to lower the risk of a concentrated stock, but there are caveats to keep in mind.
BlockFi Rewards Card Review: Card Is ‘Paused,’ Can’t Be Used
The card is no longer available or usable. When it was, it earned 1.5% back — in your choice of more than a dozen cryptocurrencies — on all spending. (2% back after spending $30,000 in a year.)
Buy Now, Pay Later Isn’t Bad — But Be Careful
Buy now, pay later makes it easy to take on debt, but if you use it with your budget in mind, it can be helpful.