Money, time, security and convenience all come into play when sending funds abroad. Find the best option for your international transfer.
Applying for an online bank account sounds easy, but how do you get money into it? Here are step-by-step details and tips for selecting, opening, and funding a digital bank account.
Clicks-and-Bricks banks provide banking customers with maximum convenience, ease, and flexibility. But not all click-and-bricks banks are created equal. Find out how you can select the best bank for your personal money management style.
Got some money to save? Here's what you need to know to decide between a CD and a savings account.
Savings account, CD, or Money Market? A quick guide to help you decide where to stash your cash to meet your savings goals.
Ever wonder why some money market accounts advertise two different rates? Learn about the difference between interest rate and APY and how understanding these two numbers can help you earn more on your savings.
Prices are going up on everything from toothpaste to car insurance. But there are smart, real-life strategies for combating rising prices, trimming monthly expenses and keeping your monthly budget balanced.
Joint checking accounts can promote transparency and simplify a couple's finances, but they're not a onesize-fits-all approach. Partners and family members should consider the pros and cons, and their own personalities and circumstances, before sharing a checking account.
There are many savings account options, and it's important to find the one that meets your savings needs. Get answers to frequently asked questions about Money Market savings accounts and see if one is right for you.
Unexpected financial emergencies happen all the time. By taking a few simple steps, you can prepare yourself by starting and building an emergency savings fund. Get started with these steps.
Why is it important to have a savings account? Find out why you should open a savings account and learn about the benefits and considerations.
There were big changes to the tax code in 2018 and some of them might impact you. Tax season is upon us, so here's an overview of the changes and information about where you can get free assistance filling out your tax returns this year.
Millions of Americans are struggling to pay medical bills, copays and insurance premiums. Here are strategies for controlling your healthcare costs and managing overdue medical bills
Meal delivery services can be fun and very convenient. But will they save you money? That depends on you and your lifestyle. Find out more.
Are you prepared for a financial crisis? Stop living paycheck to paycheck and get prepared with these savings tips.
Extended warranties are everywhere these days, but are they a good deal for consumers? In most cases, they're not. Find out why you should skip the extended warranty and how to maximize other purchase protections without shelling out any extra cash.
2019 will bring new opportunities and challenges for your finances. Get tips about how to invest in a strong economy and how to make the most of rising interest rates.
Focus on the real rewards of the holiday season and stay stress free with these simple solutions.
How to give money to your favorite charity during the holidays and beyond — plus some tell-tale signs of scams.
Why the gig economy is booming, what the hottest side hustle is, and some things to think about before you go to work for yourself.
If you are a Gen Xer or Baby Boomer and feel behind in saving for your retirement, you aren't alone. Here are some tips to help you stay on track financially.
Many successful investors typically follow smart financial rules to amass great fortunes. Here are some useful tips from some of the most successful investors in the world.
Generation Z — those ages 14 to 21 — is shaping up to be a generation of money-savvy savers. Find out more about these frugal youngsters' attitudes about money.
Take important financial steps now can be the key to enjoying a rewarding financial future. A BBVA professional financial planner offers insights about what you need to do today to prepare for tomorrow.
Some researchers suggest that spending and savings habits may be hard-wired in the brain. Here are some tips to retrain the brain and learn to save.
In commercials, movies, and our dreams, a happy couple kicks off matrimonial union with a carefree escape to an exotic destination, sparing no expense on the ultimate vacation of their lives.
Make positive financial changes in 2018 with these simple goals.
Saving money and getting organized are on everyone's to-do list, but it's not always obvious that the two are intertwined.
Reaching financial goals can sometimes feel a little like a rivalry game: Just when you’re moving down the field, life intercepts the ball. But with the right game plan, you can stay on track.
College is expensive, but there are ways to reduce costs. Check out these three smart savings tips on how students can save cash in college.
Check out these five strategies to help gain control of finances and alleviate some stress.
Having overdraft protection can be a smart financial tool when used responsibly. Find out more about you can protect your account and save money.
Do you need a checking or savings account? What's an IRA? Get the basics about different types of bank accounts to make smart money-management decisions.
Whether you're moving across the street or across the country, save money on your next move.
Do you have an emergency fund if the unexpected happens? Find out why you need one, how much to save, and tips for building your emergency savings fund.
Just getting started investing? Take the time to check out some recommended online investment tutorials, highly regarded books for beginners, and other valuable financial education resources.
Learn to save for big purchases, large expenses, and avoid taking on monthly payments you can't afford.
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