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You know you should be saving more, even in this age of low saving account interest rates. Find out which of these two leading online banks is right for you.
Whether managing income from gifts, chores, or a part time job, teach your teen about saving and personal finance at the same time you teach them about banking services and fees.
Despite a bad reputation, adjustable-rate mortgages are making a comeback. Learn why an ARM might be the right choice for you.
With competitive rates and all the familiar online banking products and features, Discover Bank is worth considering for your banking needs.
Would you dance? See what happens when ATM users bust a move to get their cash fee-free.
Interest rates have ticked up recently, which means homeowners who've been on the fence about refinancing may want to act soon. Here's what to to expect.
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Capital One and ING DIRECT merged to form Capital One 360. Should you merge your banking with the new entity? Or should you divest?
Get hit with a bank overdraft fee? Put on your negotiation face to remove that fee, and then follow this simple plan to make sure it doesn't happen again.
Have you been using multiple accounts to save for multiple goals? New research suggests a simpler system might lead to more saving.
With a higher return than a regular savings account, a money market bank account is a good choice for your emergency cash.
Banks (especially big banks) tend to be vilified in the media. But there are some very good reasons to be thankful we have them.
Ally Bank won't wow you with a multitude of products and services, but it will provide you with the basics at attractive yields and rates.
To get the most out of your long-term savings, set up a CD ladder to earn the most attractive rates without tying up your money for years and years.
Five or six years ago it was easy to find a savings account that paid 4% or 5%. Today, 1% or less is the norm. What happened?
Recently, there's been no reason to pay much attention to how you store your cash — it doesn't earn enough interest to worry about. That's about to change.
How safe is your money? Well, if you keep it in a bank, it's kept very safe by the U.S. Government...up to a point.
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Interest, dividends, and investment earnings aren't the only ways to make money by saving. Get paid to save with these rewards, tax credits, prizes, and more.
"High yield" does not describe many savings accounts and CDs these days, but these five banks offer the best yields currently available.
Emily Guy Birken examines the psychology of consumerism.
Wise Bread experts pick the best online savings accounts based on APY, fees, features, and the bank's reputation for customer service.