Clark Schultz

Clark Schultz joins MoneyRates.com as a writer who contributes articles on the topics of personal finance, savings and the economy to major financial websites.

His online content has been cited in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Barron’s and other major publications as a good resource for savers. He resides in University City, Missouri with his wife and children.

Recent Articles By Clark Schultz

What’s In A Bank Name?

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A funny bank name may confuse us, but sometimes the best bank deals are from these banks with the odd names

College Savings and Certificates of Deposit

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Certificates of deposit can be a great investment for college savings, especially if the first tuition bill is only a few years away.

Comparing Savings Accounts and Savings Bonds

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Savings bonds don’t measure up to a savings account set up at a bank.

If I Had A Million Dollars

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Where is the best place to go with your money if won the lottery and did not want to risk a penny

Banks Giving Away Free Cash – Bank Promotions and More

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Online bank deals today include banks that will pay sign-up bonus for opening a new checking account or savings account.

CD Vs Installment Savings Accounts

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How do installment savings accounts compare to CDs?

What Are Installment Savings Accounts?

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With an installment savings account you can set up a savings plan with a bank to meet a savings goal.

Global Interest Rates and CD

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Interest rates are low across the world which has also driven CD rates low globally

What Does Deflation Mean for Savings and CD Rates

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Does deflation in the economy make savings rates and CD rates more attractive?

Fdic Rate Caps

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Will the new cap on rates for weak banks change the rate landscape?

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