Don’t just walk into your local bank branch expecting to find competitive CD rates.
A credit union organization is awarding cash prizes to young people to encourage them to save and learn about money.
Opening subaccounts earmarked toward a variety of savings goals can help you track your progress.
Savings accounts are still the best way to save for rainy day, but all accounts aren’t equal.
There are viruses spreading on Facebook that target your banking information.
In the weird world of prolonged near-zero interest rates, the premium banks used to pay CD investors to lock up their money is disappearing.
While plenty of people swear by using multiple accounts to save, having all your cash in one account may help you avoid rationalizing overspending.
A new survey shows that the majority of high school students need some more personal finance lessons before they start college.
Would you rather save money in a CD or buy a lottery ticket? What if you could do both at the same time?
Banks are looking to attract your business with cash bonus offers. Are they worth it?