Hanna Volkava

Hanna Volkava

Graduated from Belarusian State Economic University in 2006 with major in International Finance. During university years participated in numerous student conferences mostly paying attention to financial aspects of political and economic unions with emphasis on European Union. Worked in the largest companies in Belarus in HoReCa and IT sectors in variety of roles. Lives in the US since 2014. Works as a Senior Financial Analyst in Fortune 500 company in Chicago, IL.

Role: Financial and product expert
Publications: 8


US banks

The largest banks in the United States are private commercial enterprises servicing U.S. businesses and a substantial share of international transactions. They offer a variety of services but many of...

Updated: 02-27-2023 2102
Prepaid Cards

What is a Prepaid Card?You can purchase a prepaid card at a bank or other retail locations. It has a fixed balance that is deducted from each time you use it but can be reloaded to replenish the avail...

Updated: 11-04-2022 1481
Credit Cards Rating Methodology

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Updated: 01-27-2022 3125
What happens if I don't pay my credit cards?

Missing a payment or paying your credit card balance late is something that happens to a lot of people — more often than not, because of circumstances beyond their control. So if you’re stressed over...

Updated: 07-08-2021 1454
How Do Credit Cards Work?

Whether you’re considering getting a credit card or already have one, you may want to know how credit cards work. While Americans have an average of four credit cards, not everyone understands how the...

Updated: 05-27-2021 2271
How to Calculate Credit Card Interest?

Calculating credit card interest can be tedious, which is why many cardholders are left in the dark about how much they’ll be charged if their balance isn’t paid out by the due date. However, you can...

Updated: 04-21-2021 1813
How to Avoid Paying Interest on Credit Cards?

Usually, you must pay interest whenever you take out a loan. While credit cards are technically a loan, there are steps you can take to avoid paying interest on credit cards. Interest is typically a...

Updated: 04-21-2021 1069
How to Dispute Credit Report and Win?

Unfortunately, credit report errors are not as uncommon as you think. A study by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) found that about one in four consumers found mistakes or inaccuracies on their credi...

Updated: 04-21-2021 1694