Thursday, 3 December 2020

All posts by Szemere

How to Open a Business Checking Account Online
03 Dec
4:21

How to Open a Business Checking Account Online

Updated on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 Similar to personal checking accounts, you can easily open a business checking account online online, often in a matter of minutes. However, you will need the correct documentation — ranging from your business’s formation papers to your employer identification number — in order to […]

9 Low-Risk Investments to Consider for Your Portfolio
02 Dec
9:39

9 Low-Risk Investments to Consider for Your Portfolio

Updated on Wednesday, December 2, 2020 When you’re constructing an investment portfolio, diversifying is the much-bellied mantra for success, and that includes the level of risk of your investments. Relatively low-risk investments may not have the alluring high-payoff potential of some higher-risk investments, but most financial professionals say that having […]

National Bank of Arizona Review: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts
01 Dec
6:39

National Bank of Arizona Review: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts

Most of National Bank of Arizona’s CDs can be opened through an IRA so that you can save for retirement. It offers all the terms of one year or longer. The short-term CDs that last less than a year are not available for an IRA CD. When you open an […]

Axiom Bank Review: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts
01 Dec
11:58

Axiom Bank Review: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts

This unique checking account is run through a dedicated app that you can download through Google Play and the iPhone App Store. There are no overdraft fees with the account. The app also has a budgeting tool called My $ Manager. It’s technically a digital account since it’s run through […]

Justice Federal Credit Union Reviews: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts
01 Dec
5:09

Justice Federal Credit Union Reviews: Checking, Savings, CD, Money Market and IRA Accounts

The Grow With Me Account is a unique certificate product. You can open one for your child before they are 18, and your money will earn an extremely high interest rate for the first twelve months. After that, the rate will be lower, but still incredibly competitive. The term of […]

Money Order vs. Cashier’s Check: What’s the Difference?
30 Nov
3:48

Money Order vs. Cashier’s Check: What’s the Difference?

Updated on Monday, November 30, 2020 When comparing a money order versus a cashier’s check, the main differences are the maximum amount allowed for purchase, the associated fees and the locations at which they are available. While both money orders and cashier’s checks offer a secure way for you to […]

Tax-Loss Harvesting: What It Is and How to Use It for Your Portfolio
26 Nov
3:38

Tax-Loss Harvesting: What It Is and How to Use It for Your Portfolio

Updated on Wednesday, November 25, 2020 Tax-loss harvesting can help investors maintain a tax-efficient portfolio by using capital losses to offset capital gains. This strategy is designed to take some of the sting out of selling securities — whether it be stocks, mutual funds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or other investments […]

The Differences Between Active vs. Passive Investing
25 Nov
2:08

The Differences Between Active vs. Passive Investing

Updated on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 When it comes to investing, there are two broad approaches: active vs. passive. An active investor is looking to buy and sell investments in order to earn a higher return than the market average. A passive investor does not make many trades and instead […]

Checking Account Fees: How Much They Are and How You Can Avoid Them
25 Nov
7:19

Checking Account Fees: How Much They Are and How You Can Avoid Them

Updated on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 Checking account fees can really add up if you’re not paying attention. Common charges include monthly maintenance, overdraft and ATM fees. However, there is good news: Not all checking accounts are created equal. There are an array of options with minimal (or even no) […]

8 Tax-Free Investments You Can Add To Your Portfolio
25 Nov
12:39

8 Tax-Free Investments You Can Add To Your Portfolio

Updated on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 Investing is a key component to building wealth, though certain types of investments are much more tax-favorable than others. And there are a number of investments that aren’t subject to taxes at all, and even more that, at least, minimize the taxes that they […]