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Check out this really informative video. It describes the difference between savings accounts and money market accounts. This should give you some helpful insight.

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What is a Personal Savings Account?


For the average person, a personal savings account is the most common type of account other than a checking account for day to day banking activity.

Savings account are different as they provide you with a safe place to keep your money and earn some extra interest on it. Each bank has it's own rules as to whether you need to put a minimum amount in the account and how much interest they pay.

Savings accounts are a great idea for people who have extra cash that they kept around the house. Spare money is much safer in a bank account which is an insured environment, than stuffed under a mattress.

Studies have also shown that people who put money aside in a savings account are much less likely to spend it than those who don't.

Savings accounts are not hard to open. You just find out from your bank what the minimum desposit is and ask how and when you can withdraw money.

Higher interest accounts tend to have more restrictions ie you can only withdraw once a month without incurring a fine of some kind but these are details that you can work out with your bank.

on Sep 10, 2013 | Finance

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Let's make our IRAs (ac)count!


IRAs (Individual Retirement Account) can be very useful if well used. And very wasteful if not taken care of properly.
In order to make sure that your IRAs last longer, and benefit you and your family in the long run, make sure you take the right precautions.

Here are some useful tips:

1. Make sure to fill out the beneficiary designation form.
You may think that the will controls who will benefit from your IRA. Well, it doesn't. While this form does, and it must be filed with your bank.

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The beneficiaries can include your spouse or partner, family members, charity or a trust to benefit family.

2. Be aware that whoever inherits your IRA, if it's not your spouse, will have to withdraw a minimum amount each year.
If it is your spouse who inherits, usually there will be less strict rules.

3. A good way to extend the life of an IRA is by stretching out its withdrawals. Both the owner of the account or the beneficiary can try to withdraw no more than the required minimum distributions from a regular or inherited IRA and this way let the money grow tax-deferred or, in case of Roth IRA, tax-free.

4. The younger the beneficiary is, the less he or she is obligated to take out each year. This way the stretch previously mentioned would last longer.

5. Be careful what a non-spouse does with your IRA.
A non-spousal heir cannot roll your money into his or her IRA. Therefore your IRA should be left intact and designed as Inherited IRA.
On the other hand, a spouse can choose if he or she wants to keep the IRA as "inherited" or roll it into his or her own IRA. The second option is usually better if the spouse is over the age of 59 and a half.

6. Don't name your estate as beneficiary.
This action, as well as in case of the loss of the beneficiary designation form or if you forget to name a beneficiary, would mean that all IRA funds will have to be withdrawn within five years of your death and, in case of traditional IRA, all taxes payed as the money comes out.

7. Name "contingent" beneficiaries.
Since you don't want your estate to inherit the IRA, it's advisable to name "contingent" beneficiaries. This way, if your primary beneficiary dies before you do, the contingent beneficiary can keep stretching out the life of your IRA.
For example is your primary beneficiary is your child and you name the contingent beneficiary your grandchild, if your child dies before you, your grandchild can still stretch out the life of your IRA.

8. By choosing a Roth IRA rather than a traditional one, you pay your taxes in advance but you relieve your heirs from this weight when their time comes to withdraw.
Also, with a Roth IRA, after the age of 70 and a half you are no longer obligated to withdraw an yearly amount. This way you can take out what you need when you need it, and let the rest sit in the account, growing.

Good luck!

on Sep 04, 2013 | Finance

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What are the different types of savings accounts?


Taken from http://money.howstuffworks.com/personal-finance/budgeting/savings-accounts1.htm
Banks usually offer two types of savings accounts: a basic savings account, and a money market account.
· The basic savings account (sometimes called a passbook savings account) will usually have either no minimum balance requirement or a low one, but will offer a very low interest rate (meaning your money won't earn that much). In April 2004, the average interest rate at banks for basic savings accounts was less than one percent. A typical basic savings account lets you withdraw your money whenever you want.
· Money Market accounts usually pay more money in interest, but will typically require you to have more money in the account. You also may be limited to how many withdrawals you can make in a month. Sometimes, in addition to the withdrawals, you can also write up to the three checks on a money market account each month.

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What is a savings account?


A savings account is an account where you set aside money and earn a small amount of interest on the money every month. These types of accounts often need a minimum balance.

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What is compounded interest in a personal savings account?


Compounded Interest is when the bank pays you interest on the interest. For example, if your savings account earns interest of 1%, then each day of that 1% of the amount of money you have in your savings account is added to your total amount of money.
Daily compounding = Principal (1 + interest rate/365)365 = (daily compounded amount)

Aug 14, 2013 | Finance

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I want to open a account on Pay Pal and send money thru it s.a.p but I only have a savings account am I able to open a account with Pay Pal. Pls I really need your help


You are not able to open an account with Paypal as long as I understand. You can contact bank to have a solution. They may give you checking account and transfer some money from your savings account may be. I think you need to first contact your bank. Also they may find you another way to transfer your money. Good luck

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Full form of GET


Hi,
full for of GET is Guaranteed Education Tuition Program.
The Guaranteed Education Tuition Program, or GET Program, is a 529 savings plans administered by the U.S state of Washington for residents of the state. As with any 529 plan, account owners invest in the program on behalf of a beneficiary – typically the owner's child or grandchild – in order to prepay for expenses associated with the beneficiary attending a higher education institution.

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