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Budgeting & Saving

Budgeting & Saving

Where To Open A Checking Account In 2020

In times gone by, being without a checking account was an inconvenience at worst. Today, not having a checking account can make you feel like you’re at a standstill.  In 2018, only 31% of transactions were cash-based. Most of the other options, including checks, debit and credit cards, and electronic transfers, require having a checking account. That’s why if you … Continue reading

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Budgeting & Saving

What To Consider When Opening A Checking Account For Students

Traditional working adults aren’t the only people who benefit from having a checking account. When you open a checking account for the student in your life, it can provide them with the opportunity to learn critical basic financial literacy skills while safely managing their money.  However, unlike adults, students have a different lifestyle, which requires a checking account to offer … Continue reading

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Budgeting & Saving

How to handle pay cuts or reduced hours at work

A change in your income is fine when it’s in your favor. On the other hand, when the amount you receive in your paycheck suddenly drops because of a change in your employment situation, it can be disastrous for your budget and your ability to maintain financial stability. If you don’t make some adjustments and the income drop continues, you’re … Continue reading

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