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Meet crisis

Posted: August 18th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Although many experts have criticized the lifestyle, unfortunately, but more often we live on credit. We pay borrowed money both for housing, home devices / appliances and vacations, Christmas dinners and weddings. It is not surprising that at a time, one meets with the crisis.

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Good account for a student

Posted: August 18th, 2013 | Author: | Money

There is a great variety of jokes about the students wealth. Contrary to popular belief, however, even a group known for eating Chinese soups have to keep their money somewhere. Carrying them in the wallet always with you or keeping in your dorm room is not always the best idea.

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Joint account and the death of one of the owners

Posted: August 17th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Quite often it happens that marriage leads to opening bank accounts together and it seems that it do not affect the payment of the two people. The question is, what happens to the common account, when one of the owners dies for some reason?

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How to avoid scanning your credit card

Posted: August 17th, 2013 | Author: | Money

While watching television and surfing the Internet we could be hear several times that someone has copied someone bank card and used it to extract money from your account. How to avoid this? There are several methods and precautions that we present. When using an ATM should be careful and watch out for any suspicious items.

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Security on Internet banking

Posted: August 17th, 2013 | Author: | Money

New technologies, although very convenient, they are associated with a completely new threats. While not everyone takes the protection of personal data, which is said to be very common, it’s details such as username and password for your bank accounts are given, which definitely we do not want to see in the hands of someone else. To prevent just take care of your safety. / photo on flickr

“Free” personal accounts-where to look for hidden fees?

Posted: August 15th, 2013 | Author: | Money

Almost every bank is now offering free personal accounts, although in practice it is rarely these bills are actually free, without any payment conditions. And where to find the hidden costs? First of all you should start by saying that most of the bills would require us to regularly pay on account of a certain amount, usually the amount fluctuates around 1000 pounds, so if you get on a payment account, then it will be free indeed.