Bitcoin Plunges Below $8,000 As Credit Cards Ban PurchasesThe digital currency fell below $8,000 on the news that more and more financial institutions are refusing to allow Bitcoin transactions.
Survey Ranks Banks On Customer Service, Finds All Generations Like Branch BanksA new customer survey by J.D. Power finds five local banks closely ranked in customer satisfaction.
Citizens Bank To Streamline Its BranchesOnce wholly owned by the Royal Bank of Scotland, Citizens Bank is now becoming its own autonomous bank, headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, and renamed Citizens Financial Group.
Some Banks Raising Fees For ATMs, Overdrafts Hold on to your wallet, some banks are raising their ATM fees for non-bank customers.
Person-To-Person Payments On The Rise, Could Replace ChecksThink about all the money you owe people -- and how you pay them.
Best Checking AccountsNew data shows not all checking accounts are created equal.
13 Hopefuls Announced For Latest Round Of CW’s “America’s Next Top Model”Thirteen participants from all walks of life and learning institutions, from universities to trade schools, will battle it out to earn the prestigious title of “America’s Next Top Model."
Consumer Reports Offers Tips To Avoid Overdraft FeesHigh bank fees, including charging for debit card use, had people taking to the streets last year. Some banks caved on that issue, but Consumer Reports said that hasn't slowed them down.
Veterans Day Closures, Bus Detours For ParadeThere are some closures and schedule changes around the area today because of the Veterans Day holiday.
Consumer Reports Weighs Pros & Cons Of Switching BanksAre you happy with your bank? A movement is underway calling on people to take a stand against their banks. This weekend, thousands of people across the country took part in Bank Transfer Day. But is shopping for a new bank a good idea? Consumer Reports says yes, now is a great time to shop around for a new bank.
Columbus Day ClosuresToday is Columbus Day and there are closures in observance of the holiday.
Big Changes Could Soon Affect Debit CardsThe U.S. Senate and Federal Reserve are hammering out the final details on big changes that will affect how you use your debit card.