Marwan Noorani

Marwan Noorani



Marwan Noorani began his professional career as an editor while attending Florida International University, where he was an editor for an on-campus creative writing magazine called Gulfstream Magazine.


Born and raised in Dubai, Noorani sought to further enhance his education by moving to the US. After graduating with a double degree in English Literature and Broadcast Journalism, Noorani went on to seek a master’s degree in Marketing.


As Sa writer for, Noorani finds creative ways of aiding those in need of tips and tricks when it comes to credit card, student loans, and various other forms of debt.

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Higher Credit Limits Could Mean Higher Credit Card Debt

Credit limits are an essential component of the credit card industry, as they determine the maximum amount of money a cardholder can borrow from the issuing bank. These limits can vary widely depending on a range of factors, including the cardholder’s credit history, income, and other financial obligations. While credit limits can provide consumers with […]

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How to Apply for Student Loans

As the price of college tuition continues to rise higher and higher, borrowing money is sometimes the only way to pay for school. But there can be a lot to navigate such as deciding between public or private student loans, subsidized or unsubsidized loans, or understanding the difference between loans and grants and how it […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Loans

Loans can give you purchasing power, but they need to be managed correctly. This guide covers all the basics. Learn what to expect when you apply for a loan, how to manage your payments and minimize interest and fees, and what to do if you’re having trouble making your payments.

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Individual Retirement Accounts: A Guide to Getting an IRA

Individual Retirement Arrangements give individuals the opportunity to save money for retirement using a tax-advantaged plan. IRAs are offered by a wide variety of investment brokerages. You can choose do-it-yourself options, or you can go the automated route to meet your retirement goals with minimum effort. For people who do not have access to workplace […]

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Social Security Income and the New Cost of Living Adjustment

Social Security is a program run by the federal government. It provides income for retirees, the disabled, and families with a deceased spouse or parent. Over 60 million Americans receive monthly benefit checks from Social Security – the majority being retired individuals. While the key focus of the Social Security program today is to provide […]

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Love and Money

This guide helps couples navigate the often difficult tasks of getting on the same financial page. Learn how to have constructive conversations about money and set goals together.

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How to File Taxes

This guide will help you file your taxes correctly so you can avoid back taxes, maximize your refund and help your overall financial goals in the process.

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