Interest.com debuts a new look and renewed commitment to you

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Welcome to the new and improved Interest.com.

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You'll find all of the same great financial information and advice that 2 million users a year have come to expect.

Our bloggers are back as well, providing their unique spin on the events and trends that drive everything from the value of our homes to the size of our savings accounts.

But we’re unveiling a new logo and motto for the first time since Interest.com was launched in 1995. We think the new versions more accurately reflect what Interest.com is all about: Pursuing financial security together.

They express our commitment to help everyone who’s determined to do the right thing by themselves and their families, despite a struggling economy and the chaotic politics of the moment.

We want to be the voice of everyone who’s working hard toward a financial independence that provides a stable home, opportunities for our kids and a comfortable retirement for ourselves.

In our opinion, that’s a worthwhile and even noble goal that demonstrates the character and determination of our readers.

Hey, what can I say? We’re proud of you and what you accomplish every single day, and the effort you put in to making all of the tough financial decisions we face.

We’re honored that you come to Interest.com for more than information. We hope you’ll find a supportive online community and an engaging conversation with peers who are dealing with the same issues you are.

That’s why we allow you to post comments on each and every story, tip or blog post. You don’t have to log in or sign up to join in. Just start typing.

If you've got a better idea, share it with us.

If you've had a good – or bad – experience with a bank, credit union or mortgage lender, tell us.

If you've got a question, ask it.

We'll respond as quickly as we can and invite our very savvy readers to do the same.

Mike Sante

Managing Editor