Lauren Perez is a personal finance writer at LendingTree-owned websites MagnifyMoney.com and DepositAccounts.com, covering all things related to deposit accounts. She can tell you where to find the best CD rates (a great party trick), explore the complexities of financial anxiety and recommend the latest and greatest deposits products. She also provides MagnifyMoney’s Federal Reserve coverage — follow her for the latest Fed updates.
Lauren has been covering personal finance topics for several years. She now covers deposit and investment accounts exclusively, chasing the latest stories and following the best rates available.
Lauren was most recently a personal finance writer for SmartAsset, where her stories ran the gamut from savings to mortgages to credit cards.
Lauren received her B.A. in English ( Language, Media, and Communications) from the University of Rochester, where she also completed an Italian minor.
Thursday, April 15, 2021
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