savings accounts

Limit Six Savings Account Withdrawals Per Month

March 14, 2012

Many people may not be aware of it, but the Federal Reserve limits the number of transfers and withdrawals you can make from your savings accounts to a total of 6 per calendar month or statement cycle. (A statement cycle is equivalent to one month for most institutions.) This regulation has been around for a […]

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Money Markets versus Savings Accounts

February 15, 2011

It’s typical for people to want to invest their money or just save it; sometimes investing in CDs and Bonds seems a little scary and savings accounts may seem like the safe way to go. If you just want to start a savings account and have a chunk of money to put away, it’s a […]

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Eliminate Credit Card Debt through High Interest Savings Accounts

February 11, 2011

After the recent economic meltdown, many Americans have started depositing money in their savings accounts. But unfortunately, people who are knee-deep in debt are not quite well versed with the concept of eliminating their debt by using a high interest savings account. Instead, they take out credit card debt consolidation loan to pay off their […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Tap Into Retirement Accounts

November 8, 2010

Individuals must learn how to manage their finances in a way that takes into consideration short, mid and long term goals.  A short term goal might include building an emergency fund in a savings account to which you have instant access.  Mid term goals might include saving for a car or down payment for a […]

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