We monitor and round up your daily purchases to the next whole dollar.
Invest in your future every time you shop, without disrupting your lifestyle or spending habits.
Of course, you can deposit more and grow your nest egg anytime you want.
Skip the bank and earn 5%. Your money is invested in fixed interest bonds that fund loans for creditworthy Veteran owned businesses.
You can withdraw your money at any time.
Online lending platforms can also save you thousands on your loans.
Want to refinance a student loan or credit card? Need a car or consumer loan? We can connect you with the best options and save you money.
Financial markets are rigged against the small investor and it’s time for a change.
Welcome to a new, fairer, more human side of finance.
worthy helps you save and grow your money — and do it in a way that better aligns with your values and lifestyle.
Your spare change is invested in 5% fixed interest bonds and these funds are used to help fuel American small businesses.
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worthy invests your money through a peer-lending platform where well-qualified borrowers avoid banks and turn to individual investors like you to fill their financing needs. Putting your money to work while supporting your fellow citizens.
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Well-qualified borrowers use a P2P marketplace to avoid banks and turn instead to individual investors like you.
Instead of investing in an entire loan, worthy invests in fractions of loans in $25 increments. Investing in peer finance is a good way to counter the risk and price fluctuations of a traditional stock portfolio.
worthy has no setup fees and no exit fees. In fact, no fees at all on the first $5,000 we manage for you; then only a 0.25% annual fee on your account value above that.
You will have to pay taxes on your investment returns like everyone else, but we'll send you all the documents you'll need for tax season.
A “round up” means when you buy something we round the number up to the next highest level and we invest this added amount for you to help you accumulate and grow your money. For example, when you spend $2.53 we round that up to $3.00 and add .47 to your investment account. We monitor the purchases on your worthy linked debit or credit card and we invest these round ups once they equal $25.00.
We are investing your money into fixed rate 5% loan notes which have a maturity of 3 years. The notes we buy on your behalf are purchased in $25 increments so a $25 investment will yield $3.94 over a period of 3 years (as the 5% interest generated each year is reinvested). A $1,000 investment for example would earn $50 first year, then $52.50 the 2nd year and $55.13 the last year totaling $157.63 in interest over 3 years.
Access the worthy app directly on your mobile device or computer and complete the short registration process after which you'll electronically deposit $25.00 from your checking account into your worthy account in order to activate your account. Once your account is activated, round-ups will happen automatically on your everyday purchases using your credit/debit card and 3 year notes will be purchased automatically after you accumulate $25 in savings. You may also invest any amount as a one-time deposit or on a recurring basis to see your savings grow!
“P2P” (peer to peer) is a term used to describe a new way for borrowers to secure a loan electronically from individual investors through a web based platform instead of a traditional bank. This industry, also referred to as Marketplace Lending, has grown significantly in the last 10 years. It allows the individual investors to benefit from the loan interest paid while the borrowers get their loan proceeds efficiently and cost-effectively.
“Crowdfunding” is a term used to describe a way for entrepreneurs / start-ups / emerging companies / individuals to attract capital using a combination of Internet platforms, contacts within one's social networks and the new regulations through the JOBS Act passed by Congress and signed by the President. The premise of crowdfunding is that it's easier to raise money in small increments from a lot of people rather than a large amount of money from one person. Unlike P2P lending, crowdfunding does not always offer a financial return — sometimes the person contributing money is doing so to “pre-order” a product that will be made with the contributed funds.