Surprisingly, while most of us know how many miles per gallon we should be getting, very few of us take the time to verify the information and keep track of it regularly. Enter Fuelly, a free and easy-to-use tool.
A few weeks ago, Heath, a frequent comment and social media contributor to the site, mentioned that he was tracking his money week-to-week. I was curious so I decided to try it myself.
Many of you are stuck in an interesting Catch-22: You believe that credit cards lead to over-spending, but you like the protection they provide to your checking account. I believe I have a solution.
Community banks and credit unions are a unique “middle ground” between mega-banks (think Citibank, Chase, Wachovia) and online banks (like ING and Ally). They have some of the unique pros of both.
Online banks are the hot new thing, and with good reason--they offer killer service and awesome interest rates. Here are the pros and cons of switching to an online bank.
The latest or greatest tools rarely define how successful you are with your money. It's all about...these few things.
There are at least five solid reasons why offline money managers like Quicken and Microsoft Money are slowly dying. What is the future of the personal finance manager?