The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) holds its last meeting of the year on December 18-19, and the general expectation is that it will raise interest rates by 0.25%. If that happens, it will continue a steady rise over the past three years that has seen interest rates increase from near 0% to the expected … Read moreFed Meeting Preview: How to Take Advantage of Rising Interest Rates
Payment apps make paying for your purchases, or splitting a bill easier than it’s ever been. These 10 apps offer something for everyone. Make Paying Easier With The 10 Best Payment Apps Of 2018 appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Chase Pay is an easy-to-use payment app that can also offer you discounts at select merchants. To learn more, here’s our full review. How To Use Chase Pay appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
This Thanksgiving take a minute to think about what you’re thankful for. To make things easy for you, we’ve compiled a list of personal finance products and services to be thankful for this year. 6 Personal Finance Products And Services To Be Thankful For This Thanksgiving appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Have you gotten an AARP invitation yet? That’s your sign. Some of the best senior discounts are now yours for the taking — but the perks don’t end there. Once you turn 50, you’re also eligible for big savings at the bank — on things from interest rates to waived fees. Take for example the … Read more4 Bank Accounts With Perks for Savers Age 50 and Older
Everyone should set up automatic payments if they can. With so many aspects of our lives becoming digital and on the go, it only makes sense to ease the burden of remembering when to pay a bill and doing it manually. Automatic Payments Explained—Everything You Need To Know About AutoPay appeared first on Money Under … Read moreAutomatic Payments Explained—Everything You Need To Know About AutoPay
Where you keep your money matters. When it comes to choosing a financial institution to house your money, you may need to decide between a bank vs. credit union. On the surface, banks and federal credit unions are quite similar. They both offer checking and savings accounts, mortgages, loans, and other financial products. However, there … Read moreBank vs. Credit Union: Which is Better for Your Money?