FRIDAY READER CASE: Should I Leave A Job I Enjoy For A Slightly Higher Paying One?

Would you guys believe that I actually get fan mail and messages for advice? Rarely, sure. But it does happen. No hate mail so far. Not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing. Recently I received an email asking for career advice. I was going to take the time to email back […]

You Are Going To Die

The Most Inconvenient Truth I’ve written many things on this blog over the years. Some things are agreed on by almost everyone who’s read it. Other articles have garnered controversies and attacks against my character and my ability to perform at my job. But whatever you think about any of my advice or opinions on […]

10 Ways To Spend Less And Earn More That You Need To Start Doing RIGHT NOW

I’ll get right to it: You want more money, you need more money, but you don’t have it. I know this because I see your accounts. Not your account balances per se, I’m not talking about that. People have money in other banks and brokerages. No, I see what you guys overdraft. I see how often you […]

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 […]

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 […]

Should You Use A HELOC To Pay Off Your Student Loans?

I guess that’s one question that has been on more than a few people’s minds: Should you use a HELOC to pay off your student loans? It popped into my mind during a recent monthly sales meeting for us licensed bankers. Somebody from our……private banking department? I don’t know, I was tired and hungry and […]