I've mentioned that I'm purging many of my bank accounts in hopes of leading a less cluttered financial life. Here's the current status: Bank of America checking Bank of America money market savings (a higher yield savings) ING Direct … [Read more...] about Closing more bank accounts
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Unlike some bloggers, I quit the rate-chasing game fairly early. I tried to keep up with rising rates at ING Direct, HSBC Direct, Emigrant Direct, Citibank and Bank of America. Along the way, I also had to open a savings account when I opened a new … [Read more...] about Closing some bank accounts
A short time ago, I wrote a review of an eBook called "Save to Quit". Along with the book, you get another eBook titled "500 Ways to Save Money" that gives general saving ideas as well as ideas across a number of categories. I'll be writing a series … [Read more...] about Ways to Save Money #1: Save Your Coins
Well, it's just 2 days after announcing that I opened a Bank of America Money Market Savings Account, and whining about how they almost instantly dropped the rate on me from 5.3% to 4.65% APY. I figured I'd just keep my money in my HSBC Direct … [Read more...] about HSBC Direct lowers rate! Duh duh duh!
I've been doing my banking with Bank of America for the last 5 years, and I'm very pleased with their online billpay features. I do find their interface a bit cluttered, and they bury information such as APR/APY, where other sites have it up front … [Read more...] about Opened a Bank of America Money Market Savings Account
Back on June 21st, I told you I registered for my first semester of graduate classes. It cost $4,950 for 2 classes ($2,475 each). That day, I submitted my reimbursement paperwork to my boss. He signed it, but his boss was out until the following … [Read more...] about Got my tuition reimbursement…minus 20 cents!