Online Financial Wrap-Up: Around the Blogosphere

10.11.07 | Online Finances | 1 Comment | by junger

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With the recent rate changes in online savings and banking accounts (thanks, Fed rate cut), and the news surrounding Mint.com's launch and awards, personal finance bloggers have been chiming in with a number of posts about online finances.

Jim at NetBanker takes a look at PayPal Labs, a showcase of the company's "experimental products."

PayPal Labs lives at X.com, the former location of what was supposed to be a "top-10 bank."

Sun has a great wrap-up of current savings and interest checking account rates after the Fed's cut.

Keep in mind, however, that rates are continuing to change … WTDirect just changed theirs again yesterday.

Trent at The Simple Dollar says that he's weary of Web 2.0-like financial applications, mainly because of security.

We've discussed this in detail, and the story seems to be the same for everyone: worry, with assurances from the folks behind the apps.

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