Plutus Awards Winners (Product Categories)

by Flexo on September 6, 2012

As the Financial Blogger Conference is getting into action, we’re preparing for tonight’s awards ceremony, at which time we will announce the winners of the Plutus Awards for the blog-related categories. To start the day, however, we are announcing the winners of the Plutus Awards for the Product and Service categories now!

The winners of these categories reflect the opinions of the personal finance blogging community. All personal finance bloggers were asked to share their opinions about the favorite banks and services, in order to determine the companies and products that most reflect the concepts that are important to this community of experts. Winning the Plutus Awards is an honor that is reserved for companies that offer the most community-friendly services and are working to make the world a better place from a financial perspective.

Companies that would like to share their selection as a finalist for the Third Annual Plutus Awards may do so by proudly displaying this badge.

For press and media inquiries regarding the Third Annual Plutus Awards, contact Luke Landes, founder of Consumerism Commentary, at luke@lukelandes.com.

Congratulations to all of this year’s winners! Continue reading to see the results.

The finalists

Best Savings or Money Market Account: ING Direct Orange Savings Account


Best Checking or Transaction Account: ING Direct Electric Orange Account


Best Banking Website: ingdirect.com


Best Overall Bank: ING Direct


Best Discount Brokerage: Scottrade


Best Credit Card: Chase Freedom


Best Personal Finance Software — Desktop or Web: Mint.com


Best Personal Finance Software — Mobile: Mint.com


Best Peer-to-Peer or Social Lending Service: Lending Club


Best New Personal Finance Book:
Millionaire Teacher: The Nine Rules of Wealth You Should Have Learned in School, by Andrew Hallam


Congratulations to all finalists and winners of this year’s Product and Service Plutus Awards!

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Dorothy A. Ebert October 2, 2012 at 7:01 pm

Yea, for Chase Bank Freedom Check Card!


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