CIT Bank announced their CIT Savings Builder savings account product which gives higher interest than almost every other product out there.
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In this Twine app review, you’ll learn how Twine works, how much it costs, and a few alternatives to the service you might want to consider.
Thinking about the convenience of banking online? Check out this list featuring some of the best online banks for your money.
Children, adults, college students, and young adults all need a great savings account. Here are the best savings accounts for students and millennials.
When it comes to selecting your first bank and opening your first bank account, it can be hard to know where to go and what to do. We break it down for you.
Digit might just revolutionize the way people save money. If you have a hard time saving this app is for you. Find out more in our Digit Review.
If you want a high yield from your savings account, along with no strange fees, consider opening an account with American Express National Bank.
Are you looking for a high interest rate for your money in the bank? Read this CIT Bank review and learn about the benefits of this online savings account.
Have you ever shopped for a bank since you opened your first account with your parents or while you were in college? If not, now’s a great time to find the best bank for you.
If you want a high-yield savings account, consider this one. The Marcus savings account can help put your money to work and keep it safe with FDIC insurance.
Members of the military have unique financial needs and the USAA Federal Savings Bank offers a wide variety of financial solutions.
Building CD ladders can be a great mid-term investment strategy. Learn how to get started with investing in CDs in this post.
Over the past couple of years I’ve worked to save up enough money for a healthy emergency fund. I now have roughly six months’ worth of savings and I’m still adding extra money to the account. My next big goal is to save for an investment property. I still have a ways to go before […]
Do you have a “free” checking or savings account at one of the big banks? If you’re a financial boy scout or girl scout, the account is truly free to you. But someone who is a financial wreck is subsidizing you. If you’ve ever overdrafted on your account, the $35 per day overdraft charge proves […]
Earlier this year I wrote about Wells Fargo’s new fees for Quicken users. I found out because I was charged for connecting my Quicken to my Wells Fargo checking account. You see, Quicken has two methods of connecting to a bank account: Web Connect (check balances and transactions only) Direct Connect (conduct online banking and […]
One of most common excuses I hear everyday about why people accept being at a sucky bank, insurance company, or whatever XYZ business, is that switching is hard. But you know what – it ISN’T! It just takes time, which is something that many people don’t have. So here are some of my tricks to […]
So on Saturday, I was checking out some new investing apps for my iPad, when I started using Wikinvest – a cool little app that lets you track your portfolio. Well, I input my information for my Wells Fargo PMA Account, and I got a warning that Wells Fargo may charge a fee for this. […]
I was thinking about getting a safe deposit box the other day, and wanted to share with you some of my thoughts about it. I like the idea of having a secure box somewhere outside my home. I consider it a back-up in case something should happen (like a fire). I also like the idea […]
Banks have been really out to hurt the consumer – they have been levying outrageous fees, giving poor yields on savings accounts, and charging for basic services that used to be included with most accounts. Many people have been preaching the switch to credit unions – well, I’m arguing for the switch to accounts offered […]
2011 was the year of the bank fees. Almost every national bank put out a proposal to raise bank fees and other types of charges. Now that it is 2012, let’s make it the year where you stop paying exorbitant bank fees. I stopped paying Wells Fargo’s Dumb Fees, and you should stop paying your bank’s as […]
I am an extremely frustrated Wells Fargo customer. Maybe since I’ve always been a capitalist at heart, I never really was bothered too much by bank fees, because most of the time they seemed, on some level, to make sense. However, earlier this month, I came across a fee at Wells Fargo that really made […]