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Trim Review: Automate Your Financial Life and Save Money

You’ve probably wondered if you’re spending too much money for cable or car insurance or even that gym membership. Most of us want to know how we can trim our monthly expenses and keep more cash in our pockets. There’s a startup called Trim that is helping consumers uncover the hidden savings to be found in recurring bills and subscription services.

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Two-Thirds of Americans Optimistic About Personal Finances

If you’re expecting your financial situation to change for the better this year, you’re in good company. In a survey conducted in December, LendingTree, a leading online loan marketplace, found that 67 percent of Americans expect their finances to improve in 2018. RewardExpert recently spoke with Lending Tree’s Vice President of Research, Brian Karimzad, about the survey results.

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Bank on Yourself: Helping Thousands of Families Enjoy Financial Security for Life

If you regularly worry about money, you’re definitely not alone. According to the Center for Financial Services Innovation, 57 percent of Americans are struggling financially causing them a significant amount of stress.

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Radius Bank: The Virtual Bank that Gives You More for Your Money

When it comes to banking, most people are looking for a community bank where the customer comes first. But they’re also interested in one that has all the components of a great technology platform as well. With Radius Bank, you get the best of both worlds–the convenience of online banking with a sense of community all wrapped up into one.

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Survey Finds Most Employees Regret Not Saving for Their Financial Future

According to American Century Investments’ annual National Plan Participant Study, 90 percent of U.S. employees feel at least some regret about saving for their future. Among the 1,500 full-time workers surveyed for the study, more than half feel that not saving enough is one of the greatest mistakes of their lives.

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