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The Dark Web: How much is your bank account worth?

Researchers explore just how much our bank accounts, identities, and more are worth to customers in the web's underbelly.

How to Master Your Joint Bank Accounts

Ready to have your money grow this year? I’ll share 5 tips to help you master your joint bank accounts together!  Managing Your Joint Accounts Mastering your bank accounts is absolutely […] The post How to Master Your Joint Bank Accounts appeared first on Couple Money.

Mortgage delinquency rates: A cross-country perspective

Mortgage delinquency triggered the liquidity crisis that turned into the Global Crisis. Ten years on, mortgage lending still accounts for a large share of both household debt and banks’ assets. This column examines the incidence of mortgage arrears using a dataset for 26 countries from 2000 to 2014. Show More Summary

Russian elections boss says presidential poll results could be cancelled and vote re-run

If the winner of the forthcoming Russian presidential election is found to have active accounts in foreign banks, the poll results would be canceled and a re-run declared, the head of the Central Elections Commission has said. Read Full Article at

Communist candidate Grudinin accused of secretly keeping gold in Swiss bank

A senior Russian elections official has told reporters that Communist-backed presidential candidate Pavel Grudinin failed to inform the authorities about his cash and gold accounts in Swiss banks. Read Full Article at

Amazon Is Exploring Checking Accounts For The Young And The Unbanked: Report

Amazon, 2018's go-to example of capitalism run amok, is reportedly eyeing a new industry to muscle in on. Personal banking. According to The Wall Street Journal, the online retail giant has approached several large banks about creating a "checking-account-like product" aimed at "younger customers and those without bank accounts". More »      

Next Up for Amazon: Checking Accounts is in talks with big banks about building a checking-account-like product the e-commerce giant could offer customers.

Amazon is considering offering something like checking accounts, report says

Banks have been warily watching Inc. for signs it would threaten their world. The tech giant’s latest move looks more like an opportunity. A proposal to start offering a product similar to checking accounts is “for now not showing any signs of disrupting the industry,” Brian Foran, an...

Credit reports: This 5-minute task can protect your banking reputation

The consumer reporting company collects data on misused checking and savings accounts, and many banks check it before granting new ones.        

IRS Confirms That Previously Delayed Tax Refunds Should Be Arriving Soon

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that tax refunds for taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) should begin arriving in bank accounts or on debit cards this week.

Where's the rest of your tax refund? Being used to pay delinquent federal and state debts

The Internal Revenue Service announced today that it has begun releasing refunds for taxpayers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit. Many of these refunds should arrive in bank accounts or on debit cards this week, according to the IRS. Show More Summary

Wireless companies are finally taking security seriously

Among the dozens of exciting ways to get hacked these days, none are more dangerous than the SIM port-out. Consumers have increasingly started using two-factor authentication to secure everything from Facebook to bank accounts, and often the 2FA security code is sent via a text message. Show More Summary

Your Bank Took Away Free Checking. Now What?

You are a financially responsible adult who has been a loyal customer of the same bank for years. Now you find that you've been hit with a random checking account fee. What gives? If you're like most people, you keep enough in your checking account to pay the bills, but you don't store your life...

Virgin Money is starting its own digital challenger bank

Virgin Money spent £38.3 million developing a new digital bank last year. It will offer current accounts and savings products. Testing starts later this year. Virgin Money's income rose 13.5% last year and pre-tax profit rose by 28%. LONDON...Show More Summary

Airfox's mobile wallet aims to replace banks in emerging countries

Mobile wallet applications aren't anything novel, but most of the existing ones (like Venmo or Square Cash) all have something in common: they require people to have a bank account or a debit/credit card to use them. That's where Airfox differentiates itself. Show More Summary

“10 super-rich people dominate giving to super PACs active in midterm elections for Congress”

USA Today:  Donations from 10 super-rich individuals account for more than 20% of the money filling the bank accounts of federal super PACs, a USA TODAY analysis shows, highlighting how a small group of wealthy patrons is racing to influence … Continue reading ?

NRA bank accounts loaded thanks to 2016 presidential election

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

The 2016 presidential election made the National Rifle Association’s finances great again.

Singapore bank lets Apple customers voice their transactions

OCBC Bank has turned on voice-based commands for mobile customers with access to Apple's virtual assistant Siri, allowing them to check their bank accounts or make e-payments.

Services starting to return after BB&T has large banking outage overnight

Millions of BB&T customers were unable to access their accounts after a service outage which the bank blames on "a technical issue."        

Your Money Adviser: A New Tax Scam, and Tips on How to Deal With It

A big deposit from the I.R.S. unexpectedly shows up in your bank account. What should you do? First off, don’t spend it. You may be a victim of identity fraud.

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