From Occupy Wall Street protesters to retirees, consumers are riled up about bank fees like few other personal finance issues in memory.
MainStreet talked to industry experts about what consumers need to know before making a permanent switch to online banking.
Consumers Union, the advocacy arm of Consumer Reports, has sent letters to Bank of America, Chase, Wells Fargo and Sun Trust, calling on them to stop plans to attach fees to debit card purchases.
A new online bank attempts to capitalize on widespread dissatisfaction with the major American banks and their increasing fee structure.
As tuition continues to climb, state-sponsored college savings plans have become widely hailed as the most prudent way for families to prepare for the future. Here are some key points to keep in mind when setting up a plan.
With an unusually volatile stock market and unusually stingy savings rates, the decision of how to grow your college savings is trickier than ever.
Frustrated Americans have organized a different kind of protest for Nov. 5, one that lets the money do the talking.
Thanks to the explosion of smart phones and tablets, you can make payments to other individuals just about anywhere. Here’s how to choose the right payment service.
Startups and nontraditional banks are trying to capture customers with innovations, good rates and lower fees.
As the cost of a college education keeps rising, simple savings accounts just don't cut it.