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Paul Sisolak

Paul Sisolak

Paul Sisolak is a freelance writer who covers a wide range of topics, including personal finance, automotive reviews, travel, news and trends, entertainment and education. He has an extensive journalistic background, where he's written and reported for several print and online publications, including U.S. News & World Report, Business Insider, Huffington Post, CNN Money, StudentLoanHero.com, and GOBankingRates.com.

Paul Sisolak's Most Recent Blog Posts

What Happens When You Submit a Complaint to the Better Business Bureau?

Filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau is straightforward, but what happens next? DealNews got the scoop on how customer complaints are filed, mediated, and ultimately resolved.

What Happens When You Submit a Complaint to the Better Business Bureau?

Filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau is straightforward, but what happens next? DealNews got the scoop on how customer complaints are filed, mediated, and ultimately resolved.

7 Ways to Keep Your Money Secure While Traveling

Our money is never truly safe anywhere. Luckily, there are ways to protect your money when traveling at home or abroad. Consider these seven tips to keep your credit cards and personal finances secure the next time you go adventuring.

Reduce, Reuse, Save: 10 Ways to Help the Earth AND Your Budget

Recycling and reusing items reduces waste, preserves resources, and leaves planet Earth an overall nicer place to live — but can it save you money in the long run? You bet! Follow these 10 tips to go green and save green at the same time.

What Happens When You Submit a Complaint to the Better Business Bureau?

Filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau is straightforward, but what happens next? DealNews spoke with an anonymous source inside the BBB who gave us the scoop on how customer complaints are filed, mediated, and ultimately resolved.

Buying a TV Is Easy When You Know These Terms

Right up until the 2000s, all you needed was a modestly sized TV with cathode ray tubes, a perfectly square screen, and a plug in the back for your VCR. But times have changed, and we're here to help you sort through the jargon and find the right set for your needs.

How to Watch Golden Globe-Nominated Films and Shows

The 2017 Golden Globes are coming up on Sunday. Want to brush up on the movies and TV shows that are contending for the big awards? We've compiled this viewing resource so you can know where to watch some of this year's nominees.

7 As Seen On TV Products That Are Actually Worth Buying

Products sold on infomercials often look great at 3 am, and are junk in person. But a few of these kitchen, automotive, and household items really are useful — and available at low, low prices!

Your Ultimate Guide to Samsung Galaxy S7 Accessories

Samsung's line of Galaxy accessories is as performance-oriented and aesthetically pleasing as the smartphones themselves. Here's a look at some of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge accessories you should consider picking up.

The Top 6 Password Manager Apps for Locking Down Your Security

The best password apps can help you generate passwords, log in automatically, or even work to catch breaches! Here are six of our picks for the top password manager apps, ranging in price from free to cheap.