Find the Best Money Market ratesThis table can help you compare money market rates. Check the table often because money market rates change frequently. You can find the highest-yield money market accounts for minimum deposits of $1 on up. Online banks generally offer the best rates on money market accounts because they don't have a lot of overhead charges. Also, bank money market deposits are FDIC-insured up to $250,000 per depositor.
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PNC Bank $100 reward August 23, 2011
Open a Virtual Wallet at PNC Bank and you could earn a $100 reward. The offer is good through Sept. 30, 2011. You can open a Virtual Wallet online or ask to receive a coupon that can be redeemed at a local branch. To receive the reward you must make qualifying direct deposits totaling at least $750 and 10 purchases with a PNC Visa Check Card within 60 days of opening the account. Other details more...
Do you find it difficult to build a savings. You are not alone. Many people have trouble finding money in their budget to put away for a rainy day. Here are four things you may not have considered to find the cash to jump start your savings.
- Raise your deductible on home, auto and other insurance policies. Raising the deductible means more...
Quantum National Bank money market account August 22, 2011
If you have a large sum of money you need to park in a safe place for a while, Quantum National Bank has a Hi-Rate Money Market that earns 1 percent annual percentage yield. The money market rate is good for deposits of $100,000 and up. So if you have a large sum of money saved up for a house down payment, business purchase or some other financial more...
Survey: Banks still charge high overdraft fees August 19, 2011
Overdraft fees at banks continue to remain high despite Federal Reserve rules that require banks to get permission from customers to charge overdraft fees on debit card transactions. And although some banks have changed the order in which they process overdraft payments from c more...
Gold surges as stocks tumble August 18, 2011
Many investors are pouring money into gold as stocks continue their free fall. Gold futures climbed as high as $1,829.70 an ounce on April 18, 2011, before falling back to $1,821.80 later in the day. Meanwhile, the stock market continued its decline, raising more concern that the U.S. economy is heading to another recession. The Dow Jones industrial average was down more than 460 points in late more...