Budgeting goals must be tailored to you. Money decisions made by one person may not work for another individual. The key is creating a budget that works for you and is sustainable for the long term.
Ask anyone who has tried keeping a budget and they likely will confirm it is difficult. Budgeting isn’t rocket science,
Did you know that approximately one-third of Americans report that money is a big source of conflict in their relationships?
In the digital world we live in, it is possible that you will never write a check. However, there may be some situations when a check is still the best payment method.
No matter what you call it—hot check, bounced check, insufficient item or overdraft—when you spend more than you have in the bank, it can be costly.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) is an independent agency of the United States government that protects against the loss of insured deposits if an FDIC-insured bank or savings association fails.
Let’s face it — managing your checking account isn’t always easy to fit into your busy schedule. Learning to keep track of your finances and expenses helps you gain control over your spending habits, and avoid the possibility of returned checks and overdraft fees.
Each type of savings account has different advantages, time requirements and interest rates. It is important to research your options