Brenden Rearick

Joined March 2023

Brenden Rearick is a reporter at Money, covering news stories on credit cards, real estate, investing, mortgages and general finance. His work includes writing the most up-to-date breaking news coming out of the world of personal finance, and digging into enterprise stories about finance phenomena like the increasing normalization of debt and affordable housing.

Brenden graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in professional writing and political science in 2020. While there, he contributed to the Pitt News and Pitt Magazine. He also worked as a contributor for Sampsonia Way, the in-house magazine for local non-profit City of Asylum. Shortly after graduating and until he joined Money in the spring of 2023, Brenden worked as a Financial News Reporter at InvestorPlace, covering investing, cryptocurrency and SPACs.

Outside of finance journalism, Brenden has over five years of experience freelance reporting and interning for a range of newspapers and websites on topics ranging from politics to local news to sports. His work has appeared in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Miami Herald, the Charlotte Observer, the Week and He is based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


University of Pittsburgh, BA


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