As the assistant publisher of banking and investing at finder.com, Ryan Brinks melds more than a decade of experience in business news and online content into creating comprehensive and helpful comparisons of the companies you trust your money with. He loves to innovate and put money to work while keeping a careful eye on managing risk. Beyond work, Ryan's also passionate about his family and serving his community.
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The newest rankings by J.D. Power focus on the quality of a brand's digital experience. Here are the best and worst ones in popular categories.
Full line of banking and investing options, but limited physical locations
Enjoy $0 online commissions for certain trades, but look out for other fees.
Learning tools and fractional share options, but seasoned investors should look elsewhere.
We take a closer look at two of the major "challenger banks". Is Revolut or N26 the better bet?
Some interest-earning accounts will let you pay bills online or by check. Learn how they work and when they're a good idea.
Zero monthly fees, mobile banking and an instant-issue debit card for students ages 17 to 23.
IG offers tight spreads and lets you access over 80 currency pairs with leverage as high as 1:50, but the platform is far from risk-free.
Even a small hike in your APY can add up to thousands — but hidden fees and fine print can eat away at your savings with the wrong account.