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Ally Bank Review – Great option in online banking

Ally Bank Review – Great option in online banking

Tweet A brief background about the bank Ally Bank is the banking unit of Ally Financial. The company started in 1919 as the General Motors Acceptance Corporation or GMAC and ever since has been involved in the financing of numerous vehicles for production. Because of the recent financial and economic crisis in the U.S., GMAC’s […]

How to Change Banks

How to Change Banks

Tweet Eliminate Banking Fees by Changing Banks If you haven’t heard by now, many big banks are sticking it to their customers with new, and higher fees. Especially debit card fees. They argue that due to new credit card regulations they are forced to institute these new fees to recoup that lost income. In fact, […]

Aurora Bank Online Savings Account Review

Aurora Bank Online Savings Account Review

Tweet These days you have a great deal of choices when it comes to parking your cash. It’s hard to believe that just a few short years ago you basically had to rely on your local bank or the then one of the very new online savings account providers. This is great news for consumers […]

FNBO Direct Savings Account Review – High-Yield Savings

FNBO Direct Savings Account Review – High-Yield Savings

Tweet FNBO Direct is a Great Online Savings Account As interest rates remain low across the board, finding attractive yields on savings accounts is becoming even more difficult. At the very least, you’d like to have your savings try to keep up with inflation, but even that can be a tall order these days. Of […]

5 Reasons Why People Are Broke

5 Reasons Why People Are Broke

Tweet Most people don’t really understand money. There are two things to grasp before you can ever become wealthy. Those two things are illustrated in this top five list of things that explain why people are broke. Broke Reason #1: Money Is Not Wealth Having money is not the same as having wealth. You can […]

Comparing Data in Bundle

Bundle Review: New Features, Track Spending, Create a Budget

Tweet Bundle Review Bundle.com launched way back in January of this year and for a long time you couldn’t do much other than compare a wealth of spending data across virtually every location in the county. While very cool and interesting to see how you compare to your neighbors and other places in the country, […]

Poll: Do You Use Mobile Banking?

Poll: Do You Use Mobile Banking?

Tweet We’ve come a long way in just a few years. Not long ago banking consisted of having a local branch that you used and the idea of mobile banking was to use an ATM or your debit card. Then, we saw a flood of what were considered online banks hit the market in the […]

FDIC and NCUA Deposit Insurance: Financial Reform Makes $250,000 Limit Permanent

FDIC and NCUA Deposit Insurance: Financial Reform Makes $250,000 Limit Permanent

Tweet FDIC Insurance Limits Increase Permanent The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is a corporation that acts as an independent agency of the federal government. The primary responsibility of the corporation is to act as a insurer for consumer deposits at banks and to help protect the economy at large from the effects of bank failures. […]

Sallie Mae Online Savings Account Offers Best Rate and 10% Upromise Bonus Match

Sallie Mae Online Savings Account Offers Best Rate and 10% Upromise Bonus Match

Tweet We talk a lot about online savings accounts because they usually offer better rates than you can find at your local bank, but with interest rates at historic lows for the past few years it has been hard to find attractive savings account yields. Well, we can thank Sallie Mae for introducing their new […]

Would You Willingly Lose 25% of Your Money? Chances Are You Already Do

Would You Willingly Lose 25% of Your Money? Chances Are You Already Do

Tweet If I told you that I had a way to get up to a guaranteed 25% loss on your money what would you do? If you didn’t punch me in the face your next reaction would probably be laughter. Why in the world would anyone willingly take a 25% loss on their money? Well, […]