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?
CDs aren’t earning much more than savings accounts right now, but they can help you save for future fun.
An FDIC survey finds banks make efforts but could do more to offer services to unbanked and underbanked consumers.
To get your self-starter appetite going, check out the list of the youngest billionaires. Here are five ways you can be successful with your finances, too.
One veteran financial columnist suggests readers would be better off buying a high-mileage car than a CD.
$250 billion. That’s how much money consumers added to their bank accounts in the last three months of 2011, according to Market Rates Insight, or MRI, a San Anselmo, Calif.-based company that provides competitive pricing data to financial institutions. Total deposits, including those made to overseas branches of U.S. banks, increased $183 billion in the fourth
If you’ve ever had an overdraft fee turn a $2 debit purchase into a $37 debit purchase, you may be glad to know the first action item on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s list when it comes to banking is “courtesy” overdraft programs. At a roundtable with banks and consumer advocacy groups hosted by the