After nearly a decade of back and forth between the financial industry and consumer advocates, the Department of Labor is rolling out the first phase of the so-called fiduciary rule, which requires financial advisers to act in your best interests. #personalfinance Read more »
In 2012, Joe Carpenter, a registered CPA, and Alex Wong, an independent software consultant, were looking for an online personal finance software that was richly functional, easy to use, and private. They couldn't find one, so they created CountAbout, and the industry is noticing. #personalfinancesoftware Read more »
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When you create a CountAbout account, we provide you with a default list of Categories. CountAbout supports complete customization of your category list. You can add, edit or delete any category. Additionally, you may create as many parent/child levels as you like. #personalfinancesoftware Read more »
At its peak, Quicken was the most popular and most powerful personal finance management product available. But the reality is, Quicken isn’t what it used to be. If you’re tired of Quicken and want to find a suitable alternative or replacement, we have some options. @quicken,#personalfinance Read more »
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The Zelle app is built atop a bank-owned payments network that connects the country’s five biggest banks — and others — including Chase, Citi and Bank of America. Users of Zelle are expected to be able to send money via their phones to recipients who will gain access to the funds immediately. @zelle, @venmo, #personalfinance Read more »
If you’re struggling to pay off debt, you’re not alone. The average household with credit card debt owes $16,061, according to a recent report by NerdWallet. And while there are many strategies to eliminate debt for good, one method proves most effective: Prioritizing accounts with smaller balances, rather than those with higher interest rates, also Read more »
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