List of Free Savings Account Offers

When deciding where to invest cash, two key considerations are interest rates and fees. While interest rates are critical, which is why we maintain a list of high interest savings account options, the fees banks charge are equally important. A fee of just $10 a month can easily erase the interest earned on small balances […]


Lending Club $150 Cash Bonus Opportunity

Finding credit has become more difficult than ever and with local brick and mortar banks continuing to shut down daily, the search isn’t getting any easier.  Lending Club, the leader in p2p lending, is helping the cause by offering a $150 cash bonus to new and current borrowers.  If you’re not familiar with how Lending […]


What is a Form W-2?

If you’re a wage-earning taxpayer, chances are you’re already familiar with Form W-2. For paid employees (ie, most taxpayers) the W-2 is one of the most important tax documents. Form W-2 is an information return document, where employers report an employee’s total wages paid, and taxes paid on those wages. The form is also used to report Federal […]


Spotting a Pyramid Scheme Can Save Your Future

Bernie Madoff’s arrest in December of 2008 brought renewed attention to the concept of a Ponzi scheme. The close cousin of the Ponzi scheme, named for Charles Ponzi who swindled investors in the 1920’s, is a “pyramid scheme.” Similar to a Ponzi scheme, a pyramid scheme is a form of fraud that promises participants payment […]


The DoughRoller Weekly RoundUp (Mathematics Phone Number Edition)

Everyone once in a while, I like to have fun with mathematics.  For those wondering if this is even possible, I assure you it is.  You see, mathematics is like no other subject you learn at school.  There is no interpretation and you’re answer is either right, or wrong.  No in-between. So today, let’s see […]


The Best Credit Cards for Poor Credit of 2017

Obtaining a credit card when you have poor credit can be quite the challenge.  Often times, credit card issuers want nothing to do with your 600 FICO score because you’re seen as a risk.  Fortunately, if you look hard enough, there are a few unsecured credit cards tailored to consumers on the lower end of […]