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Interest Rates Falling: the Bad, the Good

Tweet People are taking the safe roads during the current rocky economic period. They’re loading off their investments in the safest options. This comes with its sets of pros and cons. For one, safer investments are paying out dismal interest rates. It means that most savings aren’t earning much money at all. Recently, the treasury [...]

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Why You Should Take a Look at Smaller Banks

Tweet Most people stow their hard-earned money away in a large bank’s checking/savings/ investment account. And in return for their trust, they get automated phone customer service, little interest, taxes going to the bank via way of bailout funds, red tape with withdrawing and deposits, and no mercy when one overdraws money. The recession is [...]

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