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You may be charged a monthly maintenance fee when you have a savings account. However, most banks will waive this fee if you maintain the minimum balance required in the account.
Money withdrawals can be expensive especially if you use an ATM outside of your bank's network. The fees may also be charged... Continue reading
To find the best credit card you should understand what are your goals and preferences. If you prefer particular cruises and travel with this cruise line a lot, then a co-branded cruise card may be a good option. Continue reading
A checking account is a good and easier way of managing finances. Typically, you would want one when you begin making money. Checking accounts allow to set up direct deposit and your employer can deposit your pay checks to your account, which is a convenient, cheaper, faster and safer way of being paid.... Continue reading
Some banks may offer you cash bonuses when you open a new savings account with them. To qualify for a bonus, you'll most likely have to set up direct deposit and keep the account open for a few months. Other banks may require you to deposit certain amount when you open the account with them. Another... Continue reading
Different banks have different requirements, but, as a rule, you don't have to pay any fee to open a checking account. The only payment that may be is that you will be required to pay a minimum opening deposit. This initial deposit is needed to open you an account and it can be somewhere between... Continue reading
Yes. Banks insure your money through the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). This means that even if the bank goes out of business, your money will be safe, and you will get them back. If you open a savings account in a credit union, your money will be insured by The National Credit Union... Continue reading
First of all, and most importantly, you should be at least 18 years old to be able to open a checking account. If you are not yet 18, you will need a co-owner (parent or legal guardian) to sign the documents with a bank. As for the documents you will need, you will be asked to provide a valid,... Continue reading
You can apply for any credit card that offers 0% on purchases. For example, the Discover it® Miles has a 14-month 0% intro APR on purchases (when the introductory interest rate is over, the ongoing APR will apply). Continue reading
On the one hand, Scheels store credit card offers 6 months special financing for purchases of $500 or more. But on the other, Scheels credit card has a high ongoing APR. It may end up costing you more than you expect. Look at the low interest credit cards. For example, the Discover it® Cash Back credit... Continue reading
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