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Five Popular Domain Choices for Financial Companies

Attention insurance agents, financial planners, mortgage brokers, accountants, and everyone else who has a business involving money: there are now hundreds of new domain name choices available beyond .com for your website!
Some of these new Top Level Domains (TLDs) are generic, such as .online and .site. But many are specific to types of businesses and people, including those in the financial industry.
Here are the five most popular financial TLDs available at Namecheap, ranked by the number of registrations.


The versatile domain name .loan is great for all types of lenders including mortgage brokers, banks and credit unions. There’s also a .loans option so you might want to buy both versions of this extension. 


If you’re a financial planner or analyst, the .trade domain is for you. It’s also a good domain name for non-financial companies such as sellers of fair trade products. 


If your career involves balancing the books, then .accountant is the ideal domain name. Just like with .loan, the plural domain .accountants is also available. 


The domain name .fund is ideal for two types of domain name companies: investment firms that manage a fund or funds and any type of loan company. It’s also appropriate for other types of companies—think GoFundMe. 


Make it rain with .cash! This fun domain name tells the world that your business involves money. It’s great for companies that deal in cash for items such as used clothes, gold coins and jewelry, and used cars. It can also be used by lenders, banks, or any business in the finance industry.

Put your financial domain to work

All of these financial domain names work just like .com domain names. Your customers will find your site on Google with its descriptive domain extension that tells visitors that you’re in the money business. You can also use them for email just like other domain names.
Already have a domain name that works for you? Consider registering one of these domain names to create a shortcut directing your customers to your social media sites. Just register the domain and use Namecheap’s free forwarding to send visitors to your Facebook page, YouTube channel, or anywhere you please.
Search for your new financial domain at Namecheap!

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