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Friday, April 21, 2006

More Banking . . .

Yesterday we started on the subject of bank accounts and how to maximize their worth for you. If you are considering a switch from a bricks and mortar banking do not feel like you are going into unchartered water.

Typically there are no fees, no minimums and you can acquire some interest on your online checking account. Many bricks and mortar banks are trying to play catch up and have deals out there that might be sweeter than than the online banks so examine all options before you go forward. Bankrate.com is a great place to start your research. And if you want to make the switch www.netbank.com is an excellent option for an online checking account. I have had an account there for about 5 years and have found it to be convenience and easy to use.

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