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What are Prize-Linked Savings Accounts?

Prize-linked savings accounts can be a free and exciting way to save money each month. Each deposit earns an entry into a drawing for a chance to win money. Even if you don’t win the grand prize, your deposits earn interest and you have more cash for a rainy day. But be sure to know the rules before you commit, there are likely restrictions on withdrawals to avoid abuse of the program.

Guide to the Cheapest Bank Wire Transfer Fees

If you need to transfer money quickly, very few options beat a wire transfer. Here's where you can get the lowest fees on a wire transfer as well as a few ways to find lowest the fee or a cheaper alternative.

How to invest in yourself

Pandas are pretty much awesome. They live one of the most casual lifestyles. For 14 hours of each day, they…

7 Investment Opportunities in 2021

Investors have a variety of securities to choose from - including stocks, ETFs, and real estate. You don't need a lot of money to begin. Investors can get started with as little as one dollar.

How To Remove Medical Collections From Your Credit Report

If you have a medical bill that has gone to collections the first thing to do is make sure the bill legit and has been through the proper processes before being reported on your credit. To do this ask for a copy of the bill and talk to your insurance company about why they didn't pay. If the bill is correct and insurance can't help then try to work out a payment plan with the collection agency.

Is Transferwise a Legit Way to Send Money Internationally?

Transferwise is an inexpensive and reliable way to send money internationally. It uses real currency values, not inflated ones, so you aren't paying extra. You'll pay the exchange rate plus a transfer fee. It's available in more than 70 countries uses more than 50 currencies,

Brokered CDs: What are They and Why You May Want One

Brokered CDs are traditional CDs but they are purchased through an investment firm rather from your local bank. They have higher fees but also have benefits over traditional CDs. These benefits include access to potentially higher rates, no prepayment penalties, and the ability to exceed the FDIC insurance level by saving at multiple banks. 

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