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?
A strong emergency fund is one of the most important keys to financial security. Learn how to build yours.
Some online banks have great service, while others offer great interest rates. These five have both.
When it comes to investment, $50 or less might not seem like a lot of money, but there are plenty of ways to take that sum and watch it grow.
President Abraham Lincoln invested most of his presidential paychecks in Treasury Bonds. Discover why his method is still good advice today.
One dollar may not buy you much anymore, but a crisp $50 bill still has value. From splurges to saving, try these savvy ideas for your half-hundred.
It's always easier to know what to do in hindsight. But whether you're a frugal newbie or old pro, these are great reminders.
How many times have you seen ads for savings accounts that have touted superb interest rates? And how many times have you looked into the offer only to discover that it isn’t quit
Living on a fluctuating income can wreak havoc on a person's finances. I should know; my income is slightly erratic from season to season.
Saving for college isn't always easy when the day-to-day costs of living are taking what income you have. Here is a simple idea to start saving small for your kids higher education
It's easy to find books and articles on how to manage your money to support your long-term goals. You can read a lot about stocks and bonds, retirement accounts, investing in gold
Cheap Chinese goods have created a Wal-Mart economy in America but for the individual they can be an eye-opening experience about the joys of travel, about the pride garnered from
Last week, I closed a no-maintenance-fee account because I was charged a hefty you-haven’t-deposited-any-money-lately fee a/k/a dormant account fee. I offered to make a deposit in exchange for a fee waiver; no way was the response. [more]
Equating my money, emotionally, with something that I find dear and worthy of protection, may force me to treat my money with the respect it deserves.
If you're trying to build a nest egg in '07, some of these links may help.
Most of us got at least one letter from ING Direct five or six ago with a check for $25 to open an online savings account with them, the first of its kind. [more]
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