It can be hard to get motivated to start saving for your financial future. Here are 4 ways to make saving and investing automatic and easy.
Digit.co is an automated, online, free and FDIC insured savings account that helps you to save money, without even realizing. Savings just happen automatically!
Today I thought I would give a list of the top 5 banks and investing companies that I actually use and have accounts with.
Personal Capital gives you one convenient and secure software where you can manage your entire financial life, including your investments. Here’s a review.
Scottrade is one of the industry leaders when it comes to affordable online trading and investing. Here’s a full review of what they have to offer.
Perkstreet Financial has announced they will close their doors in September. What does this mean if you’re a customer and you have a cash back balance left un-redeemed?
Within the past year I became aware of a online payments alternative that had sprung up out of the cornfields of Iowa. It’s called Dwolla, and while it has it’s shortcomings, I believe it can be a viable and cheaper alternative to PayPal.
I have been an ING Direct customer for several years now and I have had nothing but positive experiences dealing with ING. How does the new re-branded Capital One 360 stack up?
Simple offers a nice banking alternative to the offerings from the big banks.Here’s a quick look at what they offer.
Mint.com announced that they are going to be creating a new suite of tools similar to what they offer on their site that can be integrated into banking partner websites. Would you use Mint via your bank’s website?
There are times where you may want to help a child to start saving up for the future, saving for college or help to teach them how to manage money. One option to do that is to set up a custodial savings account.
What do Perkstreet Financial, Simple, Suze Orman Approved Card and SmarterBank all have in common? They all use The Bancorp Bank as their partner bank under private label banking agreements.
SmarterBucks is a new reward program that has a very specific use for the rewards–to pay down student loan debt. Here’s a review.
I recently discovered the savings and CD accounts from CIT Bank. They offer some pretty competitive rates, among the top 5 that I’ve seen recently at the writing of this review. Here’s a look at CIT Bank.