NextAdvisor Blog - Online Savings Accounts

How the Government Shutdown Could Impact Your Wallet

See how the government shutdown could affect your finances as it drags on and what you can do to get help making ends meet.
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How Well Do Americans Save Money?

If your goal is to save money, it may help to know how your fellow Americans are doing. We take you through the data on how well Americans are saving.
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4 Cognitive Biases That Can Cost You Money

Don't let your psychology get in the way of your finances. Learn how to avoid common cognitive biases that can make you lose money.
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4 Financial Mistakes to Avoid Next Year

If you're working toward any financial goals in the new year, you'll want to make sure you avoid these four financial mistakes.
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Discover Bank vs. CIT Bank: Which High-Yield Savings Account Has the Best Value?

Discover Bank vs. CIT Bank: which one works best for your wallet? We're detailing everything you need to know about these two high-yield savings banks.
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Are Presents You Give Subject to the Gift Tax?

A big present can come back to bite you if you don't report it to the IRS. Learn about the gift tax, and whether you should be filing it.
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How to Financially Prepare for Rising Interest Rates

Do you know how to benefit from rising interest rates? We explain how you can get financially prepared for any future rate hikes.
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Do Banks Share Your Personal Information with Third Parties?

We like to think that our banks secure our data, but many banks share your personal information with third parties. What is shared and can you opt out?
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What the Fed Rate Hike Means for Your Wallet

The third Fed rate hike of the year is making waves throughout the financial world. Learn how it can affect you, and ways you can minimize potential damage.
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Late Saving for Retirement? Here’s How to Catch Up

Not everyone started saving for retirement early. We detail what you can do to catch up if you're starting your retirement savings later in life.
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