- About a decade of experience writing about taxes, investing, mortgages, and more
- Work has appeared in The Chicago Tribune, Yahoo Finance, MSN, The Motley Fool, Investopedia, The Balance, and Fundera
- Works as a graduate and doctoral writing instructor at the University of Indianapolis
Courtney Johnston has almost a decade of experience researching and writing hundreds of articles on investing, mortgages, taxes, and more. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including Investopedia, The Motley Fool, Fundera, GOBankingRates, MSN, Yahoo Finance, The Chicago Tribune, and more. She has a knack for condensing complicated topics into easily digestible content that engages and informs readers.
Courtney has a master's degree in English and professional writing from the University of Indianapolis. She has a bachelor's in English from Rutgers University.