TradeKing's low fees and minimums, great research tools, and active community make it a good choice for your online brokerage.
With competitive rates and all the familiar online banking products and features, Discover Bank is worth considering for your banking needs.
The U.S. credit card market is crowded, but a combination of simplicity and reward points could entice consumers to this new offering from Barclays.
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.
With 5% cash back in rotating categories, 0% intro APR, and no annual fee, the Discover It credit card is a smart choice for those who don't carry a balance.
If you'd like to make some home improvements now and recoup those costs when you sell, these are the 10 renovations that earn the best return.
With a higher return than a regular savings account, a money market bank account is a good choice for your emergency cash.
Choosing the right real estate agent is the first of many difficult decisions home buyers and sellers must make. Here's how to make the right choice.
When you move into a new place, you're moving into a new neighborhood, too. Discover how to find out if it's right for you before you buy or rent.
Getting a 15-year mortgage might seem like a no-brainer — it means you'll spend less overall — but there are good reasons to consider a 30-year as well.
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.
Choosing between a fixed rate or adjustable rate mortgage loan is yet another complex decision new homebuyers must navigate. Make it easier by understanding the options.
If you're thinking about buying a home, get up to speed on these key terms and concepts before you visit your first open house.
Buying a home is expensive — and stressful. Follow this guide to help plan ahead, understand the process, and save money.
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?
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.
If you want a truly free credit report, ignore the clever ads and go straight to the source — where there are no strings attached.
"High yield" does not describe many savings accounts and CDs these days, but these five banks offer the best yields currently available.
Whether you're looking to earn interest or for great customer service and reasonable fees, these five online checking account are all wise choices.
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