Halloween is upon us again, so what better way to get in the holiday spirit than by getting together your best costume, gathering with friends and watching some classic scary movies. As always, though, remember that each movie also brings a little personal finance lesson of its own.
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Part comedy, part horror, and with a whole lot of financial drama, we asked people to share their most epic experiences with erroneous or surprising bank fees and how they ultimately dealt with them.
Checking products aren’t normally designed to be used as investment vehicles, but there are many benefits to opting for a high-yield checking account, proving that the best of both worlds does exist when it comes to banking.
If you’re worried about your money management skills, the tips below might help you figure out what you’re doing wrong and how to fix it.
President Obama is just like us: He gets his credit card declined and worries about fraud — or so the president said earlier this month at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
As a car owner, chances are you have made car loan mistakes that cost you money in the past. From hidden fees attached to auto loan rates and dealer financing, to a lack of car negotiation skills or failing to read the fine print before signing, we examine the top mistakes shoppers make when getting a new set of wheels with a car loan.
Would you pay an interest rate of 17,000% to borrow $24? That might seem absurd, but you probably already have — and maybe more than once.
Even though there is enough food produced on the planet to feed everyone, 805 million people worldwide go hungry. In America, one of the wealthiest nations on Earth, one in seven people don’t have enough food to eat. Part of the problem is the enormous amount of wasted food.
For the most part, online banking security has greatly improved over the last few years, but there are still weaknesses in digital security that customers need to be aware of.
The Fall Classic is one serious series of moneyball, but it doesn’t come without its expenses. While neither host city will ever spend more than it earns, they stand to incur plenty of costs that can greatly impact revenues.
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