NextAdvisor Blog - Online Savings Accounts

How Much Money Should You Have in Retirement Savings?

Are you planning for retirement? We're explaining how much you should save for retirement, what you can do to build your retirement savings and more.
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What Early Retirement Experts Can Teach You About Saving

We examine a growing group of super-savers focused on early retirement, and break down their practices to help you save more money.
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Is Saving Money While You’re in Debt a Good Idea?

When you're dealing with debt and want to pay it all off, is saving money the right financial move? We explain three situations when it makes sense.
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Thinking of Changing Banks? Here’s How to Do It Safely

If you've been thinking of changing banks, we break down exactly what you'll need to do, with plenty of detail so you can keep your money safe.
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Where to Keep Your Money When You’re Saving

Checking accounts are fine, but there are way better options to store your savings. Learn the best places to keep your money so it'll stay secure and grow.
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Chase ‘Glitch’ Allowed Customers to Access Each Other’s Accounts

On Feb.21, 2018, Chase Bank's website exposed user data to unauthorized parties. Learn about this glitch and how to protect your accounts.
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4 Steps to Creating a Budget That Works

Budgeting isn't always easy to do, as planning the right budget for your lifestyle can be difficult. Here's how to create a budget that works for you.
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NextAdvisor Survey Reveals Americans’ 2018 Financial Resolutions

Do you plan on making any financial resolutions for 2018? We surveyed over 1,000 adults to find out what kinds of goals they're making in the coming year.
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Zombie Bank Accounts: The Scam You’ve Likely Never Heard About

Identity thieves don't just target your credit, they can target your banking accounts, too. Learn about zombie bank accounts and how they can harm you.
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End-of-Year Fed Rate Hike: What It Means for Your Financial Life

The Fed has announced another rate hike, which will have an impact on credit cards and savings accounts. Find out what's in store and how to handle it.
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