• Bitcoin and the Future of Games, Gambling and Play

    The internet is developing its own money independent of borders, banks and regulation. How will this affect how we play?
    By Eighty Six April 28, 2015 

  • Should You Drop your Bank & Join a Credit Union?

    Joining a local credit union has several distinct advantages over a bank. Should you switch accounts?
    By Mark Miller December 19, 2013 

  • The Downside of Online Banking

    Online banking makes paying bills easier and faster, any time of day or night. The advantage of paying bills in the wee hours of the morning and transferring funds from one account to another without having to wait for regular banking hours has its appeal...
    By Olivia Emisar August 24, 2011 

  • Easy Steps to Take to Find a Company's Tax ID Number Online

    The Secretary of State for each state collects and maintains business records. If you are wondering how to find the tax ID number for a company, start by searching the website of the state agency that registers businesses for the state. Learn the steps...
    By Kristie Lorette August 22, 2011 

  • Which Banks Don't Charge a Fee for a Bounced Check?

    The Federal Reserve has set some new rules for banks. On July 1, 2010 banks were required to stop charging overdraft fees. Most banks charge about $35 for going over the limit. Find out here about banks without overdraft fees and if bank fees have...
    By Nicky LaMarco July 12, 2011 

  • How Compound Interest Works

    How does compound interest work? How is interest calculated for your savings account? Find the answers here.
    By P Reddy July 11, 2011 

  • Electronic Funds Transfer Tips for Users

    An electronic funds transfer (EFT) is generally considered both secure and safe since they have built-in security features. However, since they are often coursed through different communication mechanisms, it is also important to understand what...
    By ciel s cantoria July 11, 2011 

  • How Long Do I Retain Banking Records?

    How long should those bank statements stay in your personal filing cabinet? According to most information found online, at least 7 years.
    By Summer Banks July 6, 2011 

  • How to Get Your 401k Back on Track

    Everyone knows that 401ks have been hit hard by the shrinking economy. Few, however, have any idea how to get a handle on their dwindling retirement savings. Learn important tactics you need to implement to save your 401k.
    By randalarias July 6, 2011 

  • The History of Debit Cards

    Debit cards are now used every day in place of cash. Debit cards have made having a bank account much easier. Debit cards are safer than carrying cash and more convenient than using a checkbook. Read this article to find out more about the history of...
    By M Lambert July 6, 2011 
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