The 'Smart Savings Account' from Moven provides a mobile-first savings option that includes tracking, gamification and incentives to save.
For most Americans, saving money gets the short straw when it comes to managing the budget. Why don't more consumers sock money away?
Meet Clever Kash, an innovative device using Bluetooth technology, WiFi and online banking to bring the piggybank into the 21st century.
Nearly half of all Americans save virtually nothing. In fact, most are only one minor emergency away from a major financial catastrophe.
Moven's new mobile banking app encourages savings and provides emergency funds with real-time contextual insight.
Saving money challenges the majority of Americans. Digit combines simplicity & consumer analytics to build savings automatically.
Banks and credit unions can leverage consumers' obsession with lotteries by linking cash prizes with savings accounts. It's a remarkably effective strategy.
A lucrative segment of consumers wants free checking and savings, but many banks are killing these services. Are they shooting themselves in the foot?
Debt causes millennials the most financial pain, paralyzing their ability to save for retirement. They need help, but prefer talking to grown-ups with experience.
This in-depth look at the financial state of US consumers paints a dire picture. Roughly 1 in 2 wouldn't survive three months if a crisis arose.
What's Ally Bank doing right with their savings account email promotion? Where could it be better? Two financial marketing experts break down the Ally's email and its landing page.
This case study dissects a Chase Bank direct mail piece -- everything from the offer to design. Want to hide your long, ugly disclosures? Try this cool coupon trick.
Savings lotteries -- prize-linked, raffle-style “Save to Win” promotions -- dangle cash prizes in exchange for consumers' deposits.
ING Direct's latest mobile banking tool helps consumers turn small everyday purchases into big savings goals.
A new automatic savings tool from ING Direct aims to breakdown behavioral barriers to savings, but is it really useful?
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