Infinite banking is about becoming your own bank, rather than saving or borrowing money with a traditional bank, using life insurance to hold money. It comes with many intriguing advantages, along with some pretty steep disadvantages. Learn about infinite banking and who should consider using it.
Qube Money provides a simple budgeting solution for individuals, couples, and families. The fledgling banking-and-budgeting app lets you visualize and manage your budget, control spending, and automate saving through its signature “qubes.” Learn about Qube Money and whether it’s a good fit for you.
All federal credit unions operate under the supervision of the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), a federal agency charged with regulating their activities and protecting individual members’ deposits. Learn about the NCUA and its functions to protect consumers.
Debit cards and credit cards are two convenient ways to make payments without having to deal with cash. Although both are similar, some important differences make them suitable for different situations. Learn the difference between credit cards and debit cards and which is best in your situation.
When you transfer money into a brokerage account, you’ll probably notice the balance goes into a money market fund as a holding space for uninvested cash. But what precisely are money market funds? Learn how they work — and what separates a good money market fund from a bad one.
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