Lastest Money Saving News:

Sapphire Banking Gives Chase Customers Better Value

If you’re a fan of Chase Sapphire credit card, you’re in luck. Chase has just introduced a banking option that gives folks a better deal on everyday banking, as well as credit cards. With Sapphire Banking, Chase is taking the lessons they learned from their incredibly popular Sapphire credit card and applying them to the banking space. Jennifer Piepszak, CEO of Chase Card Services, said they are hoping to …

September 20th, 2018


Freelance Workers Embrace Digital Payments

Freelance Workers Embrace Digital Payments

The way Americans get paid is changing. Where people used to get a paper check every two weeks, more and more workers now receive direct deposits that are automatically delivered to their bank accounts. For freelancers, however, getting paid has always been a little more complicated. A recent survey by Bill.com, a digital business payments company, showed that workers in the so-called “gig economy” still struggle to get paid reliably …

August 17th, 2018


Amazon And American Express To Offer Co-Branded Credit Card For Small Business Owners

Small business owners in the United States will have a new option for credit with the launch of a co-branded credit card from American Express and Amazon that was recently announced as part of a multi-year agreement between the two brands. “At American Express, we have been helping business owners grow for more than 50 years and we know that millions of them rely on Amazon,” said Glenda McNeal, president …

July 13th, 2018


More Americans Going Ahead With Major Life Decisions Despite Financial Concerns

When deciding whether to make a big life change, such as getting married, having a baby, buying a house, or going back to school, more people are doing what they want to do without worrying about finances – at least that’s what a recent study from Harris Poll showed. When asked whether they’d put off a major life decision for financial reasons during the past year, only one-third of …

June 8th, 2018


Certificate of Deposite News

A High-Yield Checking Account Can Generate 2% Interest for You

As reviewed in the study, there are 57 such high-yield checking accounts at credit unions and banks in the United States of America, offering an average percentage yield of 2.05% per annum. Despite of the fact that it is a drop as compared to the average percentage yield of 2.56% in the last year, it has beaten the 0.6% rate for most average interest-bearing checking accounts in the United States. …

February 21st, 2013


Checking Account News

Things that will help you determine if checking account is really meant for you

Most Americans today are having a hard time figuring out if they will place their income in a bank because they feel that they are not getting enough benefits from keeping their money there. This is where rewards checking accounts came in. In this type of checking account, some of the usual features that a checking account offer were retained, it’s just that they offer more features like paying higher …

July 31st, 2012



 

Money Market News

Experian Gives Small Businesses Greater Access to Credit

There’s good news for small business owners and entrepreneurs: Experian has enhanced its Small Business Credit Share program to give more comprehensive data and insights on companies’ credit worthiness, making it easier for small businesses to obtain credit. New scoring models, updated report features and formats, integration with Experian’s application and decision-making management platform, and a “risk dashboard” illustrating payment history, legal filings, fraudulent actions, and other behaviors associated with …

February 16th, 2016


Savings Account News

Banks Are Introducing Innovate Savings Schemes to Get More Customers

National banks as well as regional banks have started announcing new cash incentives and rewards for existing and new customers. A few new websites have come out with even prize programs similar to lottery schemes for those who save their money with them. Still, there is a genuine concern among consumers whether these rewards are really worth anything. A financial analyst pointed out that banks were offering iPods and other …

August 7th, 2012



 

1 YEAR
CERTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT

Account Type:

Select Amount:

Select term:

ONLINE SAVINGS ACCOUNT

  • No minimum balance
  • Competitive rates, No risk

MONEY MARKET ACCOUNT

  • High rates, Access to money
  • FDIC Insured