The websites listed are not the only websites available for banking or money information. For a complete list of websites recommended by the business librarian, please refer to the master list found in the Banking and Money Recommended Websites section of our business and public management webpages.
Bankrate provides rates, basic information and online calculators for topics like debit cards, auto loans, credit cards, home equity, personal loans, savings, and small businesses.
Federal Reserve Board
The Federal Reserve Board provides much useful information on their web pages. In the Consumer Information section you may find information on how to file a complaint against a bank, identity theft, leasing, mortgages, and personal finance.
Universal Currency Converter
The Universal Currency Converter gives live rates. You enter the amount you are converting and select the two countries involved in your conversion.
What is a dollar worth?
This site is hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. You enter the year that you would like to begin your comparison, the amount you are looking to compare, and the final year you need for the comparative value of the dollar.
The following list of titles may be found in the Business Reference Department of the Spencer Road Branch Library. To locate other print resources on banking and money, please search the library's catalog.
Thorndike Encyclopedia of Banking and Financial Tables
BR 332.8 Thorndike
These books contain the following tables: loan payment and amortization, compound interest and annuity, interest, savings and withdrawals, installment loan, and investment. Tables are also described.
Monthly Interest Amortization tables: covering interest rates of 5% to 28.75%
R 332.8021 Monthly
Information given in this book includes monthly mortgage payments based on amount, term, and interest rate of a mortgage. Also the outstanding amount on a mortgage is also provided.
The library district subscribes to several online databases that may help you with your research. Those with a "Remote Access" button can be used from your home computer with a valid library card.
Following the link to the electronic databases will take you out of the Business & Public Management web pages and into the main library pages.
For information regarding banking and money, you may want to try the Wall Street Journal or Business Source Premier. You may use the keyword search function and limit the results to full-text articles.
These are not the only databases available to assist you, please check out the entire list of databases to see if there is something that better meets your needs.
When searching the catalog for books on banking or money you may want to do a subject or title keyword search using one or more of the following terms:
Following the link to the library's catalog will take you out of the Business & Public Management web pages and into the main library pages.