Many of us already prefer mobile or online banking, but it's not for everyone. Know your needs, and be honest about your habits before you decide to switch.
Annual survey shows checking isn't getting any cheaper. Here's how you can save.
It may not involve a lot of paperwork or face-to-face interactions, but rest assured, the appeal of cold hard cash is proving hard to dull.
One writer has a few words of advice on the fine art of money laundering for the main character in 'Breaking Bad.'
If you have direct deposit and bill pay, you may feel like the hassle of moving just isn't worth it. But it may well be worth your trouble. Here's how to make a smooth transition.
As if being without a phone weren't bad enough, you can also be vulnerable to identity theft and a black mark on your credit reports. But there are ways to reduce your risk.
What one writer learned on her summer vacation is that America is behind the times when it comes to secure credit card transactions.
Can't remember the last time you stood in line at your local bank branch? You might be ready to make the switch away from a brick & mortar bank.
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