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Used wisely, credit cards with introductory zero-percent interest could be beneficial, CSUSB professor says 
Jan. 21, 2021

The personal finance website included Liang Kevin Guo, associate professor of accounting and finance, in its Ask the Experts feature for an article about credit cards that offer an introductory 

zero percent interest. 

Used wisely, he said, such cards “could be a good deal. If you play the 0% credit card right, you can enjoy interest-free loans on your purchase for some specified amount of time; but if you do not play it right and carry a huge amount of balance beyond the 0% introductory period, you could end up paying much more than you think.” 

Read the complete article at “Ask the Experts.” 

CSUSB professor discusses last four years of the Trump administration, and what the incoming Biden administration may bring 
Tehran Times (Iran) 
Jan. 20, 2021 

David Yaghoubian, CSUSB professor of history, shared his perspective of the last for years under the administration of Donald Trump, how the influence of the United States on the world stage has waned, and what the incoming administration of Joseph Biden may bring. 

Read the complete article at “America Today: Imperial pipe dreams die hard.”  

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