CIT Savings Builder Review – NEW 2.45% APY

Commit to saving at least $100 per month and you could earn the highest interest rate from this CIT bank account. It’s a brand new savings opportunity built to boost your money quickly. Here’s what you need to know about the CIT Savings Builder account. There are many reasons that you might be saving money […]


BREX Corporate Card Review – Redefining Corporate Cards for Startups

There’s a new piece of plastic on the market today paving a much smoother road for startups to begin their journey. It’s called BREX and in our review, we’ll show you how this card is redefining the rocky road of corporate credit cards for startups and small businesses. Handling your business’s expenses can be tricky, […]


10 Common Mistakes You’re Making With Your Checking Account

Did you have to pay for your checking account this month? Maybe a few dollars, but no big deal, right? Wrong. Those dollars add up quickly if you’re not careful. That’s just one of 10 common mistakes you’re making with your checking account. I got my first checking account at the age of 13 (with […]


Allstate Insurance Review

How do you save money on insurance? By regularly shopping around for the best deals. We’ll tell you about some discounts worth checking out in our Allstate insurance review. Table of Contents What Allstate Offers Coverage and Discounts Auto Insurance Home Insurance Motorcycle Insurance Renters Insurance Valuable Personal Property Insurance Recreational Vehicles Life Insurance Mobile […]


Should You Use a Masked Credit Card for Online Shopping?

Have you ever had your credit card number stolen or been the victim of identity theft? It can absolutely wreak havoc on your financial life. You may have even considered using a masked credit card for online shopping. But is this really a safe alternative? Let’s remove the “mask” and reveal everything you need to […]


5 Signs of Trouble in the Stock Market, And How To Survive Them (Podcast 305)

In one way or another, all of us were affected by the last recession. The economic downturn of 2007-08 managed to not only devalue homes but also decimate investment accounts, impact jobs, and force lenders to tighten their hold on lines of credit. After years of dealing with the after-effects, our economy is finally in […]