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EverBank is standing out from the typical banking crowd with a 6-month introductory savings account rate of 1.25 percent, which converts to a permanent rate of 1 percent afterwards, at least according to the advertising currently listing the offer on … Continue Reading
Basic savers can’t seem to find a break. Most savings accounts are below 1 percent interest per year, and there doesn’t seem to be any relief in sight. So when a financial institution offers a rate earning that is well … Continue Reading
Ask anyone who has a traditional savings account with a big bank, or even a credit union, and they will all agree with one point: the average interest rate offered to savers is minimal or almost non-existent. However, American Express, … Continue Reading
When most national banks are barely offering 0.1 of a percent for a rate of return on savings, achieving rates ranging from 0.5 percent to as much as 1.25 percent is notable. Pacific Trust Bank is now offering exactly that … Continue Reading
When it comes to finding a savings account deal, many banks are requiring hefty deposits from new account holders before any kind of a bonus is provided. Further, the interest rate offered for the savings is barely 0.01 percent in … Continue Reading
People often complain, especially in middle age, that life’s demands are so great, it’s hard to find ways to save money instead of relying on credit. However, with a bit of creativity, lots of money can be saved from everyday … Continue Reading
With interest rate earnings on savings accounts and certificates of deposit, or CDs, practically paying nothing in 2013, many people are asking why they should even bother with these financial tools for investment. However, the fact is, saving money … Continue Reading