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Want to give back without going broke? Use your everyday finances as a means of funding your values.
Joint checking accounts offer plenty of convenience — but if you aren't careful, a few headaches, too.
Banks are businesses, too. Keep an eye out for these sales tactics that might be costing you money
Sometimes getting a personal loan is a better choice than using your credit cards.
You're not really happy with your bank, but switching is such a pain. Make it easy with this simple plan.
October 20, 2016 is International Credit Union Day! Why not stop by your local branch and find out if a credit union is right for you?
Looking for ways to afford the holiday shopping tab this year? Join the club — literally!
Inflation may not be as taxing as it once was, but it still chips away at your money. Here's how to keep more of what's yours, for longer.
It's no secret your credit score is important. But when it comes to getting a home loan, it's not the only determining factor.
Bitcoin hit its highest valuation in 2013, and is less than half that today. Is there a future for the volatile cryptocurrency?
Bank fees can put a serious damper on your travel budget. Put an end to them with these simple tips.
If you're looking for a great online bank with loads of tools and services and zero fees, check out the new bank in town: Simple.
You need cash for your trip abroad, but make sure that exchange rate is fair before you make the deal with your bank.
Personal finance is best handled with numbers — accurate numbers. These great online calculators have you covered, no math skills required.
Trying to manage all your expenses out of one savings account? Your finances might actually be a little simpler with two or three accounts.
You probably know that the Fed "sets" interest rates. Find out what else the nation's central bank does for you — and your money.
One in 12 Americans lives bank free — by choice. Find out how they do it so you can, too!
Sure, many of us manage our money online or on our smartphones these days, but it's still smart to pop into your local bank once-in-awhile.
You're always checking your smartphone anyways, so you may as well put it (and the Internet) to better use tracking your debt!
If tapping the ATM results in repeated fees — you’re doing it wrong. It’s time to get smart about automatic money machines.
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.