Discover Cashback Debit Review – Earn Cash Bank on Debit Purchases

Best known for its industry-leading credit card Discover it® and some of the highest paying deposit accounts available, Discover also offers its Discover Cashback Debit Account. And it’s well worth checking out. About Discover Cashback Debit Account Discover Bank is an online bank providing one of the most attractive checking account offers in the industry. […]

DR Podcast 304: The FIRE Movement – Financial Independence, Retire Early

  If you’ve spent much time reading financial blogs, you’re probably at least remotely aware of the FIRE Movement. “FIRE” is the abbreviation for Financial Independence, Retire Early. It’s a popular topic and even a dominant theme on financial blogs. Table of Contents What is the FIRE Movement? FIRE by the Numbers How to Reach […]

Peer to Peer Insurance – Is this an Option for You?

You may have heard of peer to peer lending but what about peer to peer insurance? You can find it in almost two dozen states across the country. So what exactly is peer to peer insurance and where can you find it? Find out below. Peer to peer (P2P) lending has been all the rage […]

Maximize My Social Security Software Review – Calculating the Best Time to Bank Your Benefits

Counting every penny is a must for successful retirement planning but what if you don’t know how many pennies to expect from your Social Security? Find out how to make that money count, too, in our review of the Maximize My Social Security software. With all the free government resources out there for Social Security, […]

8 Best U.S. Housing Markets for Real Estate Investing

When and where should you begin your real estate investing journey? The time is now and below are the 8 best U.S. housing markets for real estate investing. What are you waiting for? The best time to invest in real estate was a decade ago, when the market bottomed out and investment properties could be […]

Why Rates are Up for Online Savings Accounts

Why are interest rates up for online savings accounts? Here’s how it happens and what it means for your money. As the Federal Reserve has finally started raising interest rates, times are finally changing at banks. Sure, increased interest rates from the Fed means a mortgage could be more expensive. But it also means your […]