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Survey: How Much Money Would You Pick Up? A MyBankTracker survey looked at how much it would take for someone to pick up free money off the ground. Survey: Americans Became More in Control of Their Finances During the Pandemic A MyBankTracker survey found that the majority of Americans became more in control of their finances in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Survey: Most Americans Plan to Save Their Tax Refunds in 2021 Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Survey: Most Americans Plan to Save Their Tax Refunds in 2021 The 2021 tax season is likely to stand out from previous years as many Americans... Survey: Would You Rather Reveal Your Weight or Your Salary? Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Survey: Would You Rather Reveal Your Weight or Your Salary? For many individuals, there's a level of discomfort when it comes to talking about... Study: Consumers Wanted to Deposit More in Savings in 2020 A year-long MyBankTracker survey found that more Americans sought to deposit more money into savings. Survey: COVID-19’s Financial Effect on Millennials COVID-19 has challenged the financial stability of millennials in particular. Our survey looks at how they responded to the financial impact of the pandemic. Study: Cash Back is the Preferred Type of Credit Card Rewards Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: Cash Back is the Preferred Type of Credit Card Rewards When picking a credit card, it’s tough to resist the allure of big rewards.... Study: Will Your Presidential Vote Depend on the Impact on Your Finances? Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: Will Your Presidential Vote Depend on the Impact on Your Finances? The 2020 presidential election is weighing heavily on the minds of Americans,... Survey: When Parents Plan to Start Teaching Their Kids About Money Find out when parents taught, or plan to teach, their kids about money and personal finance and whether they believe a course should be taught in school. Survey: U.S. Household Paid More Than $1.1 Billion in Checking Account Maintenance Fees in 2019 Study: Do You Hide Spending From Your Spouse or Partner Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: Do You Hide Spending From Your Spouse or Partner Disparities in financial habits and outlook are sources of tension for couples.... Study: What Are Americans’ Biggest Financial Concerns During the Coronavirus Crisis? Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: What Are Americans’ Biggest Financial Concerns During the Coronavirus Crisis? The global pandemic around the coronavirus is responsible for financial stress... Study: More Than Half of Americans Do Not Put Spare Change to Good Use A survey finds that fewer Americans are putting their spare change to good use -- possibly due to other convenient payment methods and fewer coin counters. Study: How Common is Financial Stress in a Romantic Relationship? Find out what is the biggest source of financial stress among couples and the effects of money problems on romantic relationships. Study: How Much Money Would You Lend to Family or Close Friends? Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: How Much Money Would You Lend to Family or Close Friends? When a family member or close friend asks you to borrow some money, it’s often... Study: Last-Minute Gift Shopping is the Biggest Financial Mistake During the Holiday Season Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: Last-Minute Gift Shopping is the Biggest Financial Mistake During the Holiday Season The holiday season is a time for family traditions and... Study: Big Savers Want High Savings Rates, Small Savers Prefer Great Mobile Banking Find out what features are preferred by Americans who are looking for a new savings account or certificate of deposit (CD). Study: Half of Americans Don’t Foresee a U.S. Recession Any Time Soon A study found that many Americans don't believe there will be a U.S. recession any time soon, despite the market signals and indicators of a declining economy. Study: Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Do Not Trust Mobile Banking at All Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: Nearly 1 in 3 Americans Do Not Trust Mobile Banking at All As smartphones and tablet devices have become necessities in the everyday lives... Study: What Do People Want From a Credit Card? Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: What Do People Want From a Credit Card? Savvy credit card users may boast about their ability to go on lavish trips... Study: What Americans Are Most Concerned About as Interest Rates Fall Find out what Americans are most concerned about as the Federal Reserve cuts interest rates, which can affect savings, loans, and investments. Survey: U.S. Households Paid More than $1 Billion in Checking Account Maintenance Fees in 2018 A 2019 survey found that U.S. households paid $1 billion in checking account maintenance fees in 2018 while overdrafts decreased from the previous year. Study: More than Half of  Americans Believe Children Should Manage Their Own Money Before Age 18 Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: More than Half of Americans Believe Children Should Manage Their Own Money Before Age 18 Financial literacy has been a hot topic for Americans who feel that money... Study: 1 in 5 Americans Spend More Time Planning Vacations vs. Managing Their Money Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Study: 1 in 5 Americans Spend More Time Planning Vacations vs. Managing Their Money Time is precious and we naturally want to spend it on things that we like, such... Survey Finds That 43% of Americans Have Less Than $500 for a Financial Emergency A MyBankTracker survey finds that 4 out of 10 Americans have less than $500 for an emergency and 1 of 10 American don't even know what an emergency fund is. Survey Shows 3.5 Million Americans Would Go to Jail vs. Pay Off Their Debt Find out what freedoms that Americans are willing to give up in order to avoid having to pay overwhelming debt. Survey Shows Checking Maintenance Fees Cost U.S. Households at Least $3.5 Billion in 2017 Photo of Simon Zhen Simon Zhen Survey Shows Checking Maintenance Fees Cost U.S. Households at Least $3.5 Billion in 2017 MyBankTracker conducted an ongoing survey regarding checking account usage during the...