The Difference Between Traditional And Alternative Lenders

Hey everybody! It’s apparently Guest Post Month here at Angry Retail Banker (because hell if I’m gonna write for this damn blog) and I’d like to introduce to you a very special guest today. Rebecca Kennedy, a contributor to Business Insider and other publications, is going to talk to you guys about alternative lenders. You see, I’ve […]

Interview With Ben Davis Of “From Cents To Retirement”

Ladies and germs, I present to you an interview I conducted with Benjamin Davis. Ben runs the blog From Cents To Retirement and is well on his way to an early retirement. He manages investment properties and a stock portfolio, so one could safely say he knows what he’s doing. Anyhoo, sit back and enjoy […]

Here’s Why Financial Literacy Is Important And Here Are Three Colleges That Are Doing It Right

Hey guys! We got a guest post today on the topic of financial literacy! Financial Literacy Month may have been last month, but it’s importance extends well beyond the thirty days of April. So I would like to introduce Laur Davidson, freelance writer and soon-to-be college grad. You find her over at laurdavidson.com. Laur, the […]

Customer Experience And Retail Banking: Why Banks Need To Enter The Modern World

What comes to mind when you think of “the customer experience”? A trip to a branch/store/restaurant? How happy/unhappy a customer was with their product? Or for my fellow retail workers, do we even care? No shame in not caring, despite what the supposed Internet customer advocates will tell you. Well, in my recent article “How […]

Should The Student Loan Industry Be Privatized?

What’s up, boys and girls? I’m a bit busy right now doing non-blogging stuff, so I’m going to hand the reigns over to my man Drew Cloud for a bit. Drew is the man to talk to when it comes to the student loan industry. His knowledge and expertise on the subject is extensive, and […]