Blog Category - 'Miscellaneous'

More Banks and Wall Street Targeted in Cyber Attacks

by Jon Dell

One terrorist group promised to hit other banks and the stock exchange on Tuesday. On Wednesday, they delivered.

New Solutions for Student Loan Debt: Oldest Profession

by Antonio Bard

More than ever before, college students are going to great measures to avoid graduating with student loan and credit card debt. Here’s how they’re doing it.

Ally Bank Online Savings Accounts Review

by Evita Page

Looking for an online savings account with great customer service? You might want to consider the banking model Ally Bank prides itself on. Low fees and 24/7 customer service are just two of the reasons it’s a go-to for millions of banking consumers.

Using eLayaway and PRBC

by Evita Page

Have you considered the benefits of eLayaway? Here’s what it offers as well as its partnership with PRBC – also known as the fourth credit bureau.

Simple: Innovative Solutions for the Financial Sector

by Evita Page

A shift in the American banking sector is good for consumers. New technology makes it possible.

Do College Degrees Still Command Respect?

by Evita Page

Does a college degree still command respect? Can you be financially secure without one? We set out to find answers.

Nixon’s Influence on the Financial Sector

by Evita Page

Looking back on the past can be a powerful predictor for the days ahead, especially in an election year and certainly when it comes to personal finances. The common denominators between Presidents Nixon and Obama are uncanny.

Slow Lending: Why is CFPB to Blame?

by Jon Dell

Republicans are upset with CFPB for not kick starting the slow lending pace in the U.S. The question is why – especially since it’s done more in the past year than most elected officials.