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Apple Card savings account has an attractive 4.15% interest rate, but beware of these pitfalls before signing
Apple recently debuted a new savings account in partnership with Goldman Sachs.
The market for the popular Mexican spirits has grown into a $6 billion one in the U.S.
‘We are running out of time’: People have not been this worried about their bank deposits since the Great Recession, Gallup says
The Gallup poll coincides with fresh worries about regional banks.
More ‘buy now pay later’ users are seeing their credit scores drop after they miss payments. But are these two things really connected?
Some ‘buy now, pay later’ companies let shoppers decide whether to report their payment history to credit bureaus.
Where will Bed Bath & Beyond customers go after the stores have all closed? Amazon, Target and Walmart look like winners.
Today’s inflation crisis is tomorrow’s retirement savings crisis, writes Chuck Jaffe.
The home-goods competitor says it’s accepting ‘a competitor’s blue coupon’ through the end of May.
The 20% off coupons so many shoppers have hoarded over the years have reached their expiration date at last
‘I still struggle with impulse spending’: Do you need to cut your expenses? These financial influencers found their own novel solutions.
As the rising cost of living has made budgets tighter for many families, experts offer strategies to control spending.
Brush up on ways to boost your savings balance and get smarter about banking strategies. Here are five actions you can start today.
Joining the Facebook class-action lawsuit? Here’s how to find other settlement opportunities that could put cash in your pocket.
Less than 20% of people eligible to collect in class-action suits join in, one insider says, which means a lot of people leave money on the table.
How much should you put into CDs? The answer depends on your financial situation, but here are a few ways to help you find that number.
The ‘super surge’ of money market funds is on with yields over 4.6% luring savers. Here’s what you need to know.
‘This is far from normal’: Bank failures have triggered a cash stampede into money funds, but there are complex trade-offs to consider.
Many women still internalize the harmful notion that men are better at money management.
These age-appropriate lessons and resources can help you relay smart personal finance tips.
Food prices were up 8.5% in March over the previous year, down from a 9.5% increase in February.
Americans fork over more than $100 billion annually on their pets. How much is too much?
Good news for credit scores: 70% of medical debt has been removed from U.S. consumers’ credit reports
'We understand that medical debt is generally not taken on voluntarily,' the CEOs of Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion said in a joint statement.
And 61% cite their financial situation as a stress point in their lives.
Credit standards would be tightening up amid banking sector worries, experts have said.
This restaurant chain offers the worst bang for your buck, customers say — and it’s not even the most expensive
A new study looked at the prices at several fast-casual and fast-food chains, and at how diners feel about the value offered relative to cost.