We’re proud to announce that SuperMoney launched our loan offer engine at Finovate – a conference that showcases cutting-edge banking and financial technologies. SuperMoney helps people compare financial services. To date, we’ve helped millions of people shop for loans, investments and other financial products. As a financial services aggregator, SuperMoney partners with the world’s leading […]

billionaires battle for space-internet-wars

Just when you thought things couldn’t get any stranger, billionaires are in a battle to provide internet access to the 3 billion people who can’t connect to the “worldwide web.” This project is so ambitious even billionaires are looking for investors to help foot the bill. Space billionaires As Ashlee Vance reported on, Greg […]


Grand Canyon Education, the nation’s most valuable publicly traded for-profit college, has announced an unprecedented plan to become a nonprofit entity. The Plan The university recently informed its investors that it intends to split the company into two, one for-profit service provider, and the other a non-profit college. While intriguing, this proposition puts Grand Canyon […]


Free two-day shipping? That’s so two days ago. Amazon is now offering free same day shipping to all of its Prime Members. Amazon, the largest eCommerce site to date, has a new plan for becoming the front runner of fast delivery. Announced just yesterday, the online giant is now offering same day delivery to its […]


Following a sharp increase in suspicious state income tax returns e-filed across the country filed using TurboTax, Intuit temporarily halted e-filing of state income tax returns with its popular tax software package on February 5, 2015. During the suspension in service , Intuit conducted an emergency investigation of the suspicious e-filed state tax returns through […]

Hacking Warning

The international news agency Reuters was first to report the recent warning issued by the Federal Bureau of Investigation regarding computer hacking. In this release the FBI warned U.S. businesses that “hackers have used malicious software to launch a destructive cyber-attack in the United States, following a devastating breach last week at Sony Pictures Entertainment.” […]

student loan debt

Before 1976, student loans were fully dischargeable through bankruptcy, just like most other forms of unsecured debt. But between 1998 and 2004, bankruptcy petitions increased from just over 1 million to 1.6 million annually, according to FindLaw.  The prevailing belief was that a large number of individuals filing bankruptcy petitions did so because of convenience […]