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Banking | Financial Planning Tips

Do You Love Your Bank? Why Consolidating Your Money Might Be A Good Idea

I love Chase. Maybe I’m blinded by the light since I’ve always been with them for 18 years.  Woah.  I can’t believe it’s been that long.  I can't believe I'm saying that I love my bank like a cheesy Ally Bank commercial, but I do. So I’m going to lay out the history of how I came to consolidate a decent portion of my money at Chase, and various others banks where I currently have money - … [Read more...]

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Being Financially Prepared for Retirement: Tax Deferred Accounts and Infinite Banking

Many find that once retirement approaches, they are terrified for their financial future. It can be the end of an established income, as well as benefits and insurance; however, the more you prepare beforehand, the easier it will be to feel at ease when you are finally retired. Probably the best way to prepare for the day is to set up a savings plan, IRS approved, that you will be able to … [Read more...]

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Banks With Free Checking Accounts

Here’s a question you have to ask – if there are banks with free checking accounts, then why are most of us paying for them? Does a Free Checking Account Exist, Really? For a checking account to be classified as a free, obviously it should not cost you anything. This means there should be no account fees, no fees to use an ATM or write a check, no fees to use Internet banking or make online … [Read more...]

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