Guns, Bank Accounts, And Regulations

Is This The New American Century? It seems we’ve done it again, America. Another mass shooting has made the headlines. In a world where we’re the only country where this regularly happens, we’re setting records left and right for school shootings. I don’t think this is a congratulatory moment. Students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High […]

How To Pull Your Life Together Following Bankruptcy

Hello, ARBonauts! It’s been awhile since we had a guest speaker here on the site. So let’s give a warm welcome to freelance finance/business write Grace Fenson! She’s here to talk about recovering from bankruptcy, which is no small feat. Okay Grace, you may start……….wait for it……..not yet………….and, GO! After filing for bankruptcy, pulling it […]

Angry Retail Banker Celebrates Its 3 Year Anniversary!

In late 2014, I had a vision of a popular anonymous banking blog overtaking the Internet. People would wonder and speculate who that mysterious and sexy keyboard warrior is, and flock behind him as he spoke TRUTH! Of course, I had no idea how to run a website, but I did a lot of research. And on December […]

5 Reasons I DON’T Use BombBomb–And Why You SHOULD

Hi, everybody! Today’s post is going to be a little different. I’m going to talk to you guys about BombBomb. No, not the Super Mario Brothers enemy. That’s a Bob-Omb. No, not anything that’s going to get us all put on a government watch list. We’ll save that for the Dark Web. No, BombBomb is a video […]

Never Forget That Day

The hashtag #NeverForget has been all over Twitter today, as it should be. For today is the 16th anniversary of what might be one of the darkest days in American history. September 11th. I don’t really have a huge thing planned out for this. I don’t really have much in the way of insights into […]

Is This Bank F***ing Kidding Me!?

Do I sound f***ing pissed!? Because I am. I’m just going to get right into the story while it’s still fresh in my mind and my emotions are still raw. I had to be calmed down by one of my coworkers after this (it’s always nice to have one of those coworkers you can vent […]

5 Things I Learned From A Banking Summit

I recently attended a banking summit in a posh ballroom in a Financial District skyscraper earlier this week. The event was held specifically for all of us in the licensed banker program my bank holds. As I am my branch’s licensed banker, I was invited to attend. Attendance was mandatory. Still, it was pretty nice. […]

Dealing With Financial Concerns Upon Retirement

GUEST POST!!! I mean, hey everyone! We’ve got an awesome guest post today by Sally Keys. Sally has been a professional finance writer and content manager for the past six years. She made the move to freelancing from a senior corporate banking role and loves the work-life balance it offers her. I’m not sure what “work-life balance” […]

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 […]

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 […]