Malia Obama made gap years buzzworthy. Fellow students taking a year of self-exploration should make these money moves first.
One in 12 Americans lives bank free — by choice. Find out how they do it so you can, too!
You've heard of credit cards offering airline miles, but checking and savings accounts? Yep, even those who insist on cash can earn miles.
Today we found some stellar articles on if joint bank accounts are a good idea, winter travel deals, and stocks for 2014.
Have you been using multiple accounts to save for multiple goals? New research suggests a simpler system might lead to more saving.
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.
Most of us know that looking at our credit report is part of maintaining financial health, but what about our banking report? Enter ChexSystems.
Account fees have become big business for banks and a major drain on consumers’ pocketbooks. Protect your balance by avoiding these 12 common fees.
Lots of people are ditching their big banks for credit unions — but not this writer. Read on to find out why she loves her big bank.
Discover how you can simplify your life and improve your finances at the same time by minimizing and streamlining your accounts.
Sure, you can adhere to all of your bank's (potentially ridiculous) rules to avoid rising fees...or you can start searching for a new bank.
I know people who never write checks, but I'm not one of them. Here's why.
Following is a Financial IQ Test, designed to help you determine how healthy your bank accounts –- and your interaction with them -– are. Tally up your score and see how you fare.
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