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The Best Savings Accounts in Texas

Maryalene Laponsie
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There’s a lot to love about Texas, not the least of which is that it’s the best state in the nation for banking, according to MoneyRates.com rankings. Residents have access to more than 6,400 banking locations, and the state’s institutions get high marks for customer satisfaction. If you’re searching for a savings account in Texas,… Continue reading The Best Savings Accounts in Texas

The Best Savings Accounts in Florida

Rebecca Lake
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  Savings accounts can help you set aside money toward your financial goals. When opening a savings account, it’s important to choose the bank or credit union that best fits your needs. If you live in Florida, your banking options include 70+ banks and credit unions that are headquartered in the state. There are also… Continue reading The Best Savings Accounts in Florida

PNC Bank Savings Review 2022: Pros & Cons, FAQs

Rebecca Lake
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Opening a savings account can provide you with a safe place to keep your money while potentially earning some interest on your deposits. When deciding where to keep your savings, PNC Bank is one option you might consider. PNC offers several savings options designed to meet different needs with convenient branch banking access. What Is… Continue reading PNC Bank Savings Review 2022: Pros & Cons, FAQs

The Best Savings Accounts in California

Maryalene Laponsie
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  Boasting more than 400 commercial banks and credit unions, California is the state with the most bank locations and is one of the best states for banking. From national banks to community credit unions, residents have no shortage of choices when it comes to where to park their money. Not all banks are created… Continue reading The Best Savings Accounts in California

Fed Rate Hikes and What They Mean for Your Retirement Money

Brandon Renfro
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The Federal Reserve recently announced an interest rate hike of .25% after its meeting in March. That’s big news, but it wasn’t unexpected. The majority of people who track economic and financial data had been anticipating this sort of move given the expanding economy and rising inflation. But what does a rate hike mean? And,… Continue reading Fed Rate Hikes and What They Mean for Your Retirement Money

Bread Savings™ Review 2022: FAQs and Getting Started

Kenya McCullum
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Whether you are saving for a rainy day or have specific financial goals in mind, such as buying a house or car, you want your money to work for you. These days, you aren’t limited to your local bank. Consumers can use Bread Savings™ to take advantage of the convenience of online services for their… Continue reading Bread Savings™ Review 2022: FAQs and Getting Started

J.P. Morgan Wealth Management Review 2022

Shannon Lee
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There are many decisions you could make with your money. Should you invest it, and if so, in what? Should you go with a traditional savings vehicle or get aggressive with your retirement planning? Do you want to handle it yourself, or be completely hands-off and allow a professional to make financial decisions on your… Continue reading J.P. Morgan Wealth Management Review 2022

Megan Wells

Megan Wells
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Megan Wells Megan Wells is a marketing executive and freelance writer from California. She writes on personal finance and other issues important to consumers. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Menlo college in communications.

Ollie Geiger

Ollie Geiger
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Ollie Geiger is a freelance writer who writes about financial technology and consumer banking.

Kristin Marino

Kristin Marino
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Kristin Marino has been a writer and editor in the finance and education sectors for 18 years. She has provided editorial financial expertise to MoneyRates, The Balance, and MoneyGeek. She graduated from the University of Nevada and splits her time between Reno and New Orleans.

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