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401(k) Contribution Limits for 2018

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

The 401(k) contribution limits and maximums are increasing in 2015, and there are other tax changes to 401(k) to note.

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Holiday Shopping Tips for Your Spending Personality

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

Although 41% of consumers report starting their holiday shopping in October or even earlier (Wow! Good for you!), an estimated 69% of Americans will shop over the Thanksgiving weekend. Early research from the National Retail Federation shows that the 2017 season will be a big deal, with holiday spending forecasted to be near $680 billion, up almost 4% […]

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Direct Deposit


Investopedia

Direct deposit is the deposit of electronic funds directly into a bank account rather than through a physical paper check.

2017 Veterans Day Freebies, Retail Discounts, and Special Offers

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Veterans Day is a time to celebrate the service of those who have sacrificed so much to keep us safe. While military members don’t serve for recognition, it’s nice to know that many companies and organizations set aside a day to honor their service. This page lists a variety of Veterans Day offers for our [...]

Store Credit Cards, Balance Transfers & More: Make the Smart Money Decision

by Liz Oliver @ LRRCU

Every day we’re faced with making decisions about our money. What feels like a smart money choice in the moment may have repercussions in the future. You might be tempted to save money on a purchase now only to have your credit score suffer.  You might choose to delay payments on a big ticket item […]

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A Survey of the Best HSA Accounts Available Today

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

A Health Spending Account is a great way to pay for healthcare or save for retirement. To help, we’ve surveyed the very best HSA accounts available today. It used to be that consumers didn’t have much choice when it came to HSAs. Many of these accounts were little more than dedicated-use high-interest savings accounts. Now […]

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Uber Visa Review

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

Uber has moved from transportation to credit cards with the introduction of the Uber Visa. But is it a good rewards card? We have all the details in our Uber Visa review. The popular ride-sharing service Uber has recently entered the credit card game with its Uber Visa Card. This slick-looking black card comes with […]

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Direct Deposit, post when your's hits


Uber Drivers Forum

Monday was a bank holiday, boo! This usually means a day later pay. I have been getting my DD on Tuesday nights between 10:30 PM and midnight, but this...

10 Steps to Break the Credit Card Habit

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

Credit cards offer convenience, security, and rewards. Overspend with a credit card, however, and the interest and fees can bury you. Here are 10 tips to stop using credit cards. If you’ve got a bad credit card habit, chances are you know it. Whether or not you’re willing to admit it is a whole other […]

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8 Ways to Get Free Amazon Gift Cards

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

The one thing better than an Amazon gift card is a free Amazon gift card. Here are eight ways to score free Amazon gift cards. If you’re anything like me, you’re used to seeing “Amazon” on your bank statement. Those boxes with blue tape are a mainstay on my front porch, delivering everything from vitamins […]

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Best Robo Advisors

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

A robo advisor can make it easy to invest in an IRA or taxable account. But how do you choose? Here’s our 2018 list of the best robo advisors for your money. This is something of a controversial topic. There are any number of “best robo-advisors” lists, and they all look a little bit different. […]

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10 Legitimate Ways to Watch Free Movies Online

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

There are now more ways than ever to watch free movies online. Here are 10 of them, some of which offer recently released flicks. If you’re anything like me, your family time and date nights often involve watching movies. There’s nothing our five-year-old likes better than curling up on the couch with some popcorn to […]

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What time does unemployment money show up on debit card?

What time does unemployment money show up on debit card?


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Local news and discussion forums for every city in the US, thousands of cities throughout the world.

LitePay folds after Litecoin Foundation refuses to contribute more funds

by Peter Terlato @ finder US

Litecoin approached LitePay regarding transparency issues. Soon after, the payments company shut down.

Successfully Plan for Holiday Shopping on a Budget [Downloadable Budget Sheet]

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

‘Tis the season to be jolly! ‘Tis the season for the gifts, decorations, family, friends, and children on their best behavior. ‘Tis the season for overloaded shopping bags, impulse buying, and credit card bills. Wait! That doesn’t sound as cheery. In 2016, according to a survey conducted by The American Research Group Inc., Americans spent […]

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Best Student Checking Accounts in 2018

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

We’ve complied a list of the best student checking accounts in 2017. Options include online and traditional banks that pay bonuses, high interest rates, or both. As we head into a new year, thousands of young adults will be heading to college for the first time. It’s important to get started on the right financial […]

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6 Ways to Get Free Redbox Codes

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

Redbox is a great way to watch moves. And while it’s cheap, you can do even better. Here are six ways to get free Redbox codes. I’ll be honest: I can’t even remember the last time I paid just to watch a movie. Between streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and my Amazon Fire Stick, I […]

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10 Tips for Avoiding Overdraft Fees

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

What’s a quick way to empty your pockets? Paying for overdraft fees. Here are ten tips to help you avoid those bank penalties. Consumers overdraft their bank accounts . . . a lot. According to data compiled by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, these fees totaled more than $11 billion in 2015. More recent data […]

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Do Something Different this Year with our Holiday Gift Guide

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

No reason to give the same boring gifts this year. Our holiday gift guide offers creative and inexpensive gift ideas that your friends and family will love. Christmas is right around the corner. Do you have all of your gift shopping done yet? If you’re anything like me, the answer is no. This isn’t because […]

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It’s midnight, and the ATM rush for disability checks is on

It’s midnight, and the ATM rush for disability checks is on


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People line up at a Northeast Kansas City neighborhood ATM on the first of each month, ready to draw out cash the moment new Social Security benefits are deposited.

How To Position A Small Rental Space to Appeal to Applicants

by ABC Bank @ ABC Bank

If your rental space is small, don't get discouraged. There are a few things you can do to show people that with a little creativity and a few design hacks - this space is as

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New KKW Beauty x Mario makeup collection to drop next week

by Helen Champion @ finder US

The decade-long friendship between Kim Kardashian West and her makeup artist culminates in a killer collaboration coming out next week.

Why You Don't Get Your Direct Deposit On Weekend | LRRCU

Why You Don't Get Your Direct Deposit On Weekend | LRRCU


LRRCU

Frustrated because you don't receive your direct deposit on holidays and weekends? We're telling you the reasons why.

The Best Prepaid Debit Cards of 2018

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

Find the best prepaid debit cards of 2018, including low fee cards and those you can use for free. We compare features, fees, and bonuses. Prepaid debit cards have always been a controversial topic. Some cards carry insanely high fees just for making everyday purchases. Suze Orman’s entry into the prepaid card business, the Approved […]

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What’s Happening at ABC Bank!

by ABC Bank @ ABC Bank

ABC Bank is growing and keeping busy - We have a lot going on!   We've had a usual busy summer and are enjoying what's approaching as the summer comes to a close and fall

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2018 Review of Prosper Lending and Borrowing

by Guest Author @ Consumerism Commentary

Prosper claims to offer great rates for both borrowers and investors. In this Prosper review, we put these claims to the test. Prosper offers a different way to look at lending. The Prosper platform is a peer-to-peer marketplace where people can borrow money for all aspects of life. It’s an interesting platform for people who […]

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2017 Veterans Day Free Meals and Discounts – Over 100 Free Meals!

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Updated: Nov 11, 2017. Happy Veterans Day! There are many restaurants and companies who want to thank our veterans by providing them with discounts or a free meal. To those companies offering veterans a free meal or discount, the military community gives a collective thanks! Download a PDF of these Veterans Day free meals and [...]

Safe Online Banking: For You & Your Money

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

From 24/7 account access to quick and easy bill paying, online banking offers members a convenient way to handle their finances. However, the rise of technology also brings an increase in potential hackers, scams, and fraud cases. Whether you’re looking to shield your small business or family’s finances, there are many strategies to stay vigilant […]

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Direct Deposit & Payroll Deduction Services - Texas Bay Credit Union

Direct Deposit & Payroll Deduction Services - Texas Bay Credit Union


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Overview ACH Direct Payment Safe Deposit Boxes Same Day ACH ***EXPECTING A DIRECT DEPOSIT FOR YOUR IRS TAX REFUND?  VISIT IRS.gov TO LEARN WHEN YOUR PAYMENT WILL POST.*** Direct Deposit and Payroll Deduction Direct deposit authorization of your paycheck, retirement, or Social Security check allows your money to be sent directly to the account you designate, with …

How Many Savings Accounts Do You Need?

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

Back in the day, we had just one savings account. Mine came with a passbook. Now we ask–how many savings accounts do you need? We have the answer. These days, more banks are offering low- or no-fee savings accounts. This can make it tempting to open a lot of different accounts. And, in some cases, […]

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Which Credit Card Should Be Your First?

by Aliyyah Camp @ Consumerism Commentary

Getting a credit card as a young adult is a big step. To help, we’ve researched the best first credit card options and how to make this important choice. Getting your first credit card is a significant financial milestone. Maybe you’re a college student jumping into personal finance for the first time. Or maybe you’ve […]

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Best Credit Card Signup Bonuses (Up to $625)

by Michael Pruser @ Consumerism Commentary

Credit cards now offer cash promotions for new card members. We’ve assembled the best credit card signup bonuses for 2018. One pays up to $625! Credit card signup bonuses. There’s no greater allure to owning a credit card than the free things you can get right away. When I signed up for my first credit […]

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What Time Does My Money Transfer Into My USA Bank Account?

What Time Does My Money Transfer Into My USA Bank Account?


ToughNickel

Banks vary in terms of when they process deposits and make money available to account holders. Find out what time of day your banks makes newly deposited funds available for withdrawal.

Top Reasons To Invest In Commercial Real Estate

by ABC Bank @ ABC Bank

We're not telling you what to do, all we're saying is commercial real estate tends to have great returns. Investment properties give you the opportunity to earn good returns (no - scratch that. GREAT returns). CRE provides

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The Correct Way to Pay Off Personal Debt: The Debt Avalanche

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

The debt avalanche is the fastest and cheapest way to pay off you debts. But is it always the best way? Sometimes the debt snowball may be better. When it comes to math, things are pretty straightforward. No matter what language you speak, one and one always equals two. And, in theory, finances should work […]

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7 of the Best Places to Open an IRA in 2018

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

Opening an IRA is an important decision. To help, here is our survey of the best IRA accounts for 2018, including fees and features of each option. Just about every bank, investment brokerage, and robo-advisor welcomes Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs). But there are a handful of institutions that stand out above the rest. Below are […]

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Is the Midnight Prepaid Visa RushCard worth it? | March 2018

Is the Midnight Prepaid Visa RushCard worth it? | March 2018


finder US

Get access to some of the benefits of a credit card, regardless of your credit score, with the Midnight Prepaid Visa RushCard.

50 Tips to Help Establish Your Emergency Fund

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

50 Ways to build an emergency fund. Tips, tricks and strategies on saving more for emergencies and where to keep your rainy day money. There’s a reason Dave Ramsey’s famous Baby Step #1 is to build an emergency fund. It helps people get on track for becoming financially independent. I don’t agree with everything Ramsey […]

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4 Financial Resolutions To Start Any Day of the Year [Downloadable Family Budget Worksheet]

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

Who says resolutions have to start on New Year’s Day?  Get yourself started whatever day you feel inspired.  Here are few important financial goals that you can begin whether it’s January 1, August 1 or a random Tuesday in November. #1: Look at the Financial Big Picture – Use Our Family Budget Worksheet You feel […]

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131 Retailers Will Ship for Free This Year

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

On Free Shipping Day (December 15) 131 retailers will ship your purchases to you for free. Here are all the details you need to know. According to the latest statistics, over 55 percent of shoppers are now buying their Christmas gifts online. This isn’t surprising to me personally. With Amazon’s free Prime shipping, I do most […]

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Getting Out of Debt: You Can Do It and Here’s How to Get Started

by Liz Oliver @ LRRCU

Most goals or resolutions that people set for themselves are neglected within a few weeks. It’s likely that this happens because people set far-reaching goals for themselves and then lose momentum when they don’t see results right away. A perfect example of this is the financial goal that many people set for themselves: getting out […]

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Financing A New Home: Answering Homebuyer Questions

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

Finding the perfect new home can be hard work, but now you also have to navigate the mortgage financing process. There are many questions that arise when it comes to financing a new home. Below we’re answering four questions about financing a new home that homebuyers commonly ask. 1. Should I Be Pre-Qualified or Pre-Approved? […]

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Are Online Banks Safe?

by Rob Berger @ Consumerism Commentary

Online banking is a reality for everybody. Even traditional banks with branches offer account access online. But are online banks safe? Here are several tips to help keep your money secure online. This article was first published several years ago. At that time, most individuals were still doing their banking transactions in person or over […]

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Benefits of Direct Deposit to Employers and Employees

Benefits of Direct Deposit to Employers and Employees


Paychex

Over 60 percent of U.S. employees are paid by direct deposit. In this article, you'll learn why it's such a popular benefit, with details on how it saves money, adds convenience, and reduces your reliance on paper checks.

Why You Should Use Direct Deposit

Why You Should Use Direct Deposit


ABC Bank

Direct deposit makes life a lot easier, all around. Want to know a few of the reasons you should use direct deposit? It starts with...

How to Improve Your Credit Score

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

A good credit score can save you thousands of dollars in lower rates. To help boost your FICO score, here’s our guide on how to improve your credit score. Somewhere along the line, debt became “normal.” In fact, American consumer society has progressed to the point that access to debt is almost essential to living […]

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How to Open Your First IRA Account

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

No more excuses. It’s time to open your first IRA account. We walk you through the entire process, including where to open your account. It’s easy! Establishing your first IRA, or Independent Retirement Account, is a big deal in the world of finance. This tax-advantaged account is a great way to save and invest for […]

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5 Best Money Market Rates for 2018

by Michael Pruser @ Consumerism Commentary

The best money market rates today pay interest in the top 5% of all deposit accounts. These rates come from online banks. Here’s our list of the top 5. I’ve never been a big saver. And that’s especially when it comes to putting money into an online savings account or money market. During the adult […]

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The Best Travel Rewards Credit Cards of 2018

by Michael Pruser @ Consumerism Commentary

Enjoy free travel with this list of the best travel rewards credit cards of 2018. I’ve personally used several of these credit cards for free flights and hotel stays. It’s time to plan your holiday travel. That may mean cashing in the travel rewards you’ve accumulated on credit cards–or it may mean starting to use […]

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Do You Know About the 2017 Tax Filing Extension?

by Liz Oliver @ LRRCU

The date April 15 is probably as quickly recognizable to most Americans as July 4 or December 25. Traditionally recognized as Tax Day, it’s the deadline for filing your previous year’s tax return.  With one month to go, you may be feeling the pressure and scrambling to get the task completed in the remaining days.  But […]

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Why does my direct depost take soooo long?

Why does my direct depost take soooo long?


The Break Room

I've always have my money deposited on Friday; however, there are other of my co-workers that get it on Thursday, and some of them on Wednesday. How...

How To Be Financially Smart At Any Age

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

  As you go through the stages of life what it means to be “financially smart” will change. A smart financial move when you’re approaching your 40s is not the same as a smart financial move for a 19-year-old in college. At 40, there are more things to consider when making decisions about your money, […]

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Direct Deposit - When does it happen?

Direct Deposit - When does it happen?


Welcome to the Homesteading Today Forum and Community!

Because of some (OK maybe a lot) procrastination we have 3 different accounts in 3 different banks with direct deposits going into them on a monthly...

The Best Current and Historical Bank Interest Rates — March 2018

by Rob Berger @ Consumerism Commentary

We’ve tracked bank rates since 2008. The latest list shows the best bank interest rates available nationwide as of March 2018 (with daily updates). Since many banks are constantly updating their interest rates offered on savings, money market and checking accounts, this chart should come in handy. On the 1st of every month, this page […]

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The Best Smoke Detectors for Your Money

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

Nothing is more important for your safety than a reliable smoke detector. To help you make a wise choice, here are the best smoke detectors for your money. Having adequate and working smoke alarms in your home isn’t just a personal preference. These gadgets are easy to take for granted. But they can mean the […]

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Landlord Insurance or Homeowners Insurance: Which Do I Need?

by ABC Bank @ ABC Bank

Landlord Insurance or Homeowners Insurance: Which has the coverage I need?   Keeping yourself covered is important.   All the money you've earned could be gone if you find yourself in a sticky situation where

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Updates from ABC Bank and Holiday Preparation Tips

by ABC Bank @ ABC Bank

Another update from your friends at ABC!   We know it's getting to the time of year where schedules get busy and it's hard to keep in touch... So we're bringing the news

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2018 IRS Standard Deductions and Exemptions

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

There are some big changes in the standard deduction and exemptions for 2018. We have all the numbers here and how the change will affect tax payers. Most taxpayers can choose between itemizing tax deductions and taking the standard deduction. Itemizing, which requires accurate record-keeping, allows you to take deductions for specific expenditures from the […]

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How to Automate Your Savings

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

A simply way to save more is to automate your savings. In this step-by-step guide, we show you how to put saving money on auto-pilot. Recently, I’ve been doing a lot of reading about the power of habits. Books like The Power of Habit and Making Habits, Breaking Habits have given me insight into how habits work. They’ve […]

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Pros and Cons of Interest-Only Mortgage Payments

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

Interest only mortgage payments appeal to many because of the low monthly payment. But are they a good way to go? We list the pros and cons. A while back, a Consumerism Commentary reader named Ryan suggested I write about interest-only mortgages. I thought this was an interesting request. So I definitely wanted to address […]

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How to Save Money Without Worrying About Coupons

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

Clipping coupons can save you money. It’s also a pain. Here’s how you can save money without coupons or the hassle that comes with them. The retail industry has everyone fooled. Millions of people spend their time scouring for deals, clipping coupons from the newspaper, plugging into the latest mobile deal applications, and sharing their […]

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Where is my direct deposit?

Where is my direct deposit?


Chime Banking - Support and FAQs

Chime never holds direct deposits and will always post your funds as soon as we receive them from your employer or benefits provider. The timing of your deposit is dependent on when your employer (...

How to Get Your Credit Score for Free

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

You can get your credit score for free if you know where to look. Here are eight ways to check your FICO score without paying a dime. Many consumers know that they can get a free annual credit report from each of the three credit reporting bureaus: Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion. But this report only […]

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4 Reasons Your Bank Balance is Less Than You Thought

4 Reasons Your Bank Balance is Less Than You Thought


The Balance

When you make a deposit, you may expect to be able to access your money at the bank right away. Learn why your money may not be available right away.

Are You Ready for Retirement?: Essential Information on IRAs and 401(k)s

by Kara Vincent @ LRRCU

While you’re young, you may not be thinking about saving for retirement. You’re probably more focused on paying off student loan debt, searching for a job, or buying a house. But, starting to save for your financial future early will only benefit you in the long run. Start your retirement planning as early as you can. Think […]

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MoviePass Review: Is it Really Unlimited Movies for One Price?

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

MoviePass claims to offer unlimited movie tickets for one low monthly price. Is it too good to be true? We answer that question in our MoviePass review. According to the National Theater Owner’s Association, the average price of a movie theater ticket was $8.84 as of the first quarter of 2017. If you live in […]

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CIT Bank Review and Bonuses

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

CIT Bank bonus offers can be very rewarding. We track these bonuses and CIT rates, which currently are the best you’ll find for an online savings account. Everybody needs a safe place to tuck away their emergency fund or vacation savings. A high yield savings account is a great option. Considering that the average savings […]

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The New Emergency Fund: Seven Components of an Emergency Plan

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

It’s important to save for a rainy day. In this guide, we give you ideas on where to put an emergency fund and how much you should save. The world of personal finance is rife with oversimplified platitudes and one-size-fits-all advice. No where is this more evidenced than in the often-repeated advice about emergency funds. […]

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A Guide to the Best Home Security Systems

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

The security of your home and family have never been more important. In this detailed guide, we rate the best home security systems and companies. No matter how safe your neighborhood — or even your city — is, you’ve likely considered a security system for your home. But choosing the right one (that won’t cost […]

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When does money go on ADP card?

When does money go on ADP card?


BrownCafe - UPSers talking about UPS

I was just wondering if anyone knew what time my pay card would be loaded with my check? Would it be at midnight the day I get paid?

Zions Bank Online Savings Account Review

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

In our detailed Zions Bank review, we cover its savings products, rates, and fees. We also compare it to other online banking options. As of today, Zions Bank offers one of the highest interest rates among high-interest savings accounts. But is it worthwhile to move your money there to take advantage of this interest rate? […]

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How to Get Out of a Cell Phone Contract without Paying a Fee

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

Being locked into a cell phone contract is no fun. Here’s how to get out of a cell phone contract without paying an early termination fee. We recently received a question that probably every reader can relate to. The writer is asking how to get out of a cell phone contract without paying a fee: […]

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APR vs. APY: How One Letter Makes a Big Difference

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

APR vs. APY: While the seem similar, there’s a big difference between annual percentage rate and annual percentage yield. Here’s what you need to know. APR and APY are short acronyms with big importance. Despite the confusion, these two terms are not interchangeable. What exactly is the difference between APR and APY? Here’s a quick […]

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Ally Invest Review

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

Ally Invest offers is a low cost and very easy to use online broker. Formerly TradeKing, we cover all of its features and costs in this review. You’ve probably heard about Ally Bank. They’re perhaps the best-known online bank, offering some of the highest interest rates available on savings accounts and certificates of deposit. As […]

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How to Prepare Your Taxes & File Your Tax Return – (Possibly for Free!)

by Ryan Guina @ The Military Wallet

Thank you H&R Block for sponsoring this post. While this was a sponsored opportunity from H&R Block, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Filing your taxes isn’t always fun. But it doesn’t have to be a complicated process or take a long time. If your situation is fairly basic, you can file [...]

Barclays Online Savings Review

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

Barclays online savings account offers one of the highest interest rates and lowest fees available today. In this review, we cover the details to help you determine if Barclays Bank is right for you. Barclays Bank is a relative newcomer to the U.S. online savings market. It’s been around as a bank, though, since 1690. […]

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Discover it® – Cashback Match™ Review

by Joe Taylor Jr. @ Consumerism Commentary

Learn More The Discover it® – Cashback Match™ makes a habit of saying no. No annual fee, no late fee on your first late payment, and no APR hike for paying late. Discover®’s latest incarnation of cash back cards aims to simplify the relationship between cardholder and card issuer into one of easy cooperation. The […]

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Discover Bank Online Savings Account Review

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

Discover Bank is an online only bank that offers excellent rates for savers with low fees. In this review, we cover its products, rates and fees. Interested in opening a savings account at Discover® Bank? Read this article first. Most every consumer knows the Discover brand, but for it’s extensive line of credit card products. […]

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How to Apply for a Credit Card Hardship Program

by Stephanie Colestock @ Consumerism Commentary

A credit card hardship program can help you deal with mounting credit card debt. This guide walks you through these programs, including what they are, how they work, how to apply, and their effect on your credit score. No matter how particular you are with your budget, life can always knock everything off-kilter. Illness, injury, […]

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Capital One Quicksilver Review – Get a $150 Bonus

by Michael Pruser @ Consumerism Commentary

The Capital One Quicksilver card combines a $150 signup bonus with 1.5% cash back rewards on every purchase. Oh, and no annual fee. Here are the details. One of the most important rules of sound personal finance is using credit cards wisely. A good cash back credit card, when used for everyday purchases and paid […]

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2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year

2018 IRS Tax Refund Schedule - Direct Deposit Dates - 2017 Tax Year


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Updated 2018. This IRS tax refund schedule shows when you will receive your federal tax refund for direct deposits or checks. Covers 2017 tax year. Use this table to check your IRS refund status. Additional resources & Frequently Asked Questions about the tax refund calendar.

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Capital One 360 Savings Account Review

by Luke Landes @ Consumerism Commentary

Capital One 360 is one of the oldest online banks. In this review, we look at the savings products it offers, the interest rates, and the fees. When Capital One purchased ING Direct to create Capital One 360, it made a splash in the online savings account market. Now, Capital One 360 offers a whole […]

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E*Trade Review and Current Promotions

by Kevin Mercadante @ Consumerism Commentary

E*TRADE set the bar as one of the first online discount brokers. But is it the broker you should be using? We help you answer that question in our E*TRADE review. It’s curious that the editorial team here at Consumerism Commentary has never reviewed E*TRADE before today. I say that because we have written about […]

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How to Find the Most Affordable Cell Phone Plans

by Abby Hayes @ Consumerism Commentary

The cell phone company war bodes well for consumers, with cellular plans reaching all-time lows. Here are some of the cheapest cell phone plans we could find. Over the past few years, cell phone providers have declared an out-and-out war to win over consumers. This spells good things for the consumers, who can now take […]

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Capital One® Venture® Rewards Credit Card Review

by Michael Pruser @ Consumerism Commentary

In our 2018 Capital One Venture Rewards credit card review, we look at its 50,000 mile bonus and 2x rewards structure. Is it too good to be true? I use four primary credit cards to buy just about everything. One for my purchases at the grocery store. One for purchases at the pump. Another to […]

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New Branch in Pasadena is NOW OPEN!

by Brian Ellis @ Texas Bay Credit Union

Sept. 30, 2015 – We are excited to bring you a new branch in Pasadena. The original branch was replaced by a beautiful, full-service facility on the same property in Pasadena on Monday, August 10, 2015. The new branch includes an open-concept floor plan with natural light, a community room, and designed to be energy-efficient. […]

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The Pros and Cons of Trip Cancellation Insurance Programs

by Adam Luehrs @ Consumerism Commentary

Vacations and business travel can get expensive. One option is to purchase trip cancellation insurance. But is it worth the cost? We answer that question and provides ways to get vacation coverage for free. People who love to be prepared for every little thing when traveling usually gravitate toward trip-cancellation insurance. Others see it as […]

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