Online Banking

Online banking is convenient because you can do everything from checking balances to paying bills to investing any time you like. This section covers the various ways you can manage your money online.

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Is this the payment method of the future? No cash, no credit card, just your smartphone and your finger to pay for whatever you want? Welcome to the world of Square.

By Dave Roos

How can mobile banking alerts keep your account more secure?

By Jane McGrath

Will checking ever lose the paper and go completely digital?

By Jane McGrath

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Credit cards come with certain benefits that help protect your personal and financial data when you use them, particularly when shopping online. Do debit cards also protect your sensitive information? Read on for the answer.

By Alison Cooper

So you're banking online but still wary of e-bills and e-statements? We think there are a few things the bank can do to help you go completely paper-free.

By Terri Briseno

At some point in your life, someone you know is going to need money, and they're not going to have time to wait for the post office. Fortunately, there are plenty of options to choose from when using the Internet to part with your hard-earned cash.

By Alia Hoyt

Online bill payment has exploded over the past decade. Here are five reasons to go paperless and pay all your bills online.

By Alison Cooper

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Add money orders to the ever-growing list of goods and services available for purchase online. There are some differences to traditional money orders, so read on to find out about this relatively new development in online finance.

By Alia Hoyt

Banking on the go is a modern convenience and easier than ever. But the technology involved also makes it easier to steal information. What are the best ways to protect yourself?

By Jonathan Strickland

Did you know you can deposit checks via your iPad 2? How else is the iPad 2 changing the way we handle our money?

By Clint Pumphrey

Your smartphone is your connection to not just your friends and family, but to your bank as well. So how can you find the most secure model?

By Laurie L. Dove

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Meet the newest Internet scam on the block: SMiShing. It uses text messages to infect your cell phone, and it could be coming to one near you.

By Alison Cooper

Online banking has exploded in the past decade, and more and more businesses are recognizing its advantages over traditional banking.

By Jane McGrath

So you're banking with your smartphone these days. What makes you so sure you're the only one who can access that app?

By Beth Brindle

It's a convenient way to communicate with your bank, but can trading text messages make you a target for thieves? Find out how to protect yourself.

By Christine Venzon

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Banking by smartphone is convenient, but how can you make sure that your information (and money) will be secure? These five simple tips can help.

By Laurie L. Dove

Mobile credit card readers might make purchasing things over a smartphone easy -- but is it safe?

By Jane McGrath

You'd don't need superhuman strength to literally carry your bank around with you -- as long as you can carry your smartphone, you can do just that. Here are five good reasons why you should.

By Marie Willsey

Are you a little intimidated by online banking? Fret no longer. Read on to learn everything you need to know about moving your finances onto the Web and into the 21st century.

By Alia Hoyt

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You may already know how to transfer money instantly and check your account balance anytime, there are probably still a few online banking perks you're not aware of.

By Natalie Kilgore

Of all the things you can do on the Internet, financial transactions are some of the easiest and most convenient. It all starts with an online checking account.

By Becky Striepe

The Online Trading Academy claims to teach students how to make lots of money day trading. Do the instructors here have the magic answers?

By Chris Warren

The smart phone has completely changed how people access the Internet. As a result, users must protect their mobile devices from online predators as they would their computers. How can people keep their phones secure?

By Dave Roos

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Your computer is part of your daily life. You use it to work, to socialize and, more and more, to conduct your personal business like banking. How can you make sure you're being safe with every keystroke?

By Craig Haggit

Research has shown that people buy more when they can use a credit card. So, imagine what your handy iPad could do for sales, if it were equipped with a credit card reader.

By Garth Sundem