I remember the first time I saw the American Express Centurion Card. Matte black and heavier than any other card – it looked amazing. My friend did a lot of online advertising, to the tune of six figures a month, and the “American Express Black Card” (no one called it the Centurion card!) suited his […]
I’m always on the lookout for collectibles in plain sight and paper money offers that level of fun because gems can be hiding in plain sight. See some of the different types of paper currency that are sometimes worth slightly more than face value.
This week, CNBC published a story about how a family making $400,000 isn’t wealthy and could barely make it by in a high cost of living state. I’m not going to nitpick the budget itself (with one exception) other than to say that it contains a few mistakes. What I will do is explain why […]
If you’re looking for your Chase Bank routing number, we show you a few easy ways to find it quickly.
When I moved from Pittsburgh to Baltimore, I needed a new bank account and settled on Bank of America. With a massive geographic footprint as one of the largest banks in the nation, a branch or ATM was always around the corner. That’s because, over the years, Bank of America has expanded their locations as […]
I distinctly remember the moment when I Googled what “AD&D insurance” stood for. I was at my first job and I was reading the employee manual because I had to opt into a lot of different things I’d never heard of before. I was twenty-something and despite my uber-nerd credentials, I did not play Dungeons […]
I read about Yotta Savings, which is a bit of a goofy name for a bank, on a thread on Hacker News. The name was a bit of a turn-off honestly, it’s hard to take a bank seriously when it sounds like my kids saying the name, but the idea behind it is sound. The […]
Bank bonuses are a great way to earn easy cash for meeting a few simple requirements. Learn how to find and take advantage of these offers, what to look for, and more.
The Coronavirus pandemic has changed a lot of things in our daily life but one enduring legacy will be our relationship with work. When I was a kid, I was taught that the way towards prosperity was through work. I go to school, get good grades, get into a good college, graduate, and then start […]
When I look at my window, everything looks the same. The grass is growing, the birds are chirping, and the wind blows through the trees. It’s calm and serene. Inside our home is a different matter, since no one has been outside in months. And that stir-crazy chaos is reflected when I turn on the […]