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Questions to Ask Before Opening a Checking Account

January 12th 2017 by
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It’s good to shop around for a checking account that works for you! Free checking accounts are sparse, but they’re out there, and some even come with rewards. It’s easy to get comfortable when it comes to banking, but you could save hundreds each year just by keeping your money somewhere else. If you’re on the hunt for a better checking account option, here’s what you need to figure out before deciding: What Services Does it Come With? At the bare minimum, you should be able to have access to a Bill Pay service and a 24/7 Telephone Banking (call)…

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What To Do After Getting A Raise

January 5th 2017 by
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Q: This is the year I finally got that raise! What should I do with the extra money? A: Beyond the money, getting a raise is recognition that the work you’re doing is valued. You’re on the right career path! Let’s not overlook the money, though. The raise can boost your financial stability, or it can blow right through your checking account, leaving you worse off than you were before. The difference between these two outcomes is planning. Without a plan to use your new bounty responsibly, it’s difficult to resist the temptation to spend lavishly because you “deserve” it.…

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Can You Afford Your Checking Account?

January 3rd 2017 by
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Free checking does exist. Free REWARDS Checking even exists. Yet so many people are paying to keep a checking account open. The problem is this: most people open an account and keep it to avoid the hassle of change – even if it’s good change. Most people also don’t know about free services such as ClickSWITCH that make switching your payments and direct deposit simple. The big banks aren’t looking out for their customers best interest. The Wells Fargo scandal is a good example of that. And unnecessary fees are just a piece of that puzzle. What Fees Are You…

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5 Financial New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep

December 29th 2016 by
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It’s easy to make resolutions, not so easy to keep them. This is true for all resolutions, but especially financial ones. You can have all the enthusiasm in the world in January only to give up by Valentine’s Day. The key for all resolutions is to set attainable, actionable goals. Don’t be vague and don’t aim too high. Instead of “Pay all my bills on time to help build my credit score,” try “Set up automatic payments” Life gets chaotic, and it can be tiresome keeping track of what gets paid when. Technology has made things so much easier though,…

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Organize Your Finances for the New Year

December 28th 2016 by
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A new year brings a chance to start fresh with just about anything. If your midnight toast includes a resolution to improve your financial health, here’s how to make it happen. Get on a budget To get ahead, it’s important to know where you stand and to create a plan with realistic goals such as a comfortable retirement, education and home ownership. Budgeting may sound old-school, but it’s still one of the best ways to accomplish this. Start by totaling your income and subtracting your monthly expenses for a quick financial snapshot. Then set goals, reduce unnecessary spending and, if…

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