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Caution: Sometimes When You Close Your Account at Chase It's Not Actually Closed (How Else Are They Going to Keep Wringing Overdraft Fees Out of You?)

Remember how I said closing my account at Chase was really easy? Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. A week or two later, I'm going through the mail and there's all this mail from Chase—overdraft notices for my Chase checking account. Which is supposed to be closed. The notices are for two debit card transactions and two auto-pay electronic checks. Instead of the payments not going through, like you would expect of a closed checking account, all four were paid by Chase, which then added an overdraft fee of $34 to each one, meaning $136 in overdraft fees.

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Earl Shilton Building Society

In order to manage the inflow of funds and maintain the stability of the Society we need from time to time to impose account opening restrictions limited to certain postcode areas or maturing Bonds. Some account types are suspended to all new business, however existing customers with these accounts may continue to operate them within the terms and conditions. Please contact the Society or see website for further information. As from 1st November 2016 AccountTierGross Rate % AER % Junior Cash ISA - No access until age 18 (min £10) - 2.

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Contribution limits

The IRS sets guidelines for how much you can contribute to an HSA each year. Following are the limits for 2016 and 2017:   Individual Family 2016 $3,350 $6,750 2017 $3,400 $6,750 You have until the tax-filing deadline (generally April 15) of the following year to make allowable contributions. Catch-up contributions can be made any time during the year you turn 55. See below for more information. Individual vs. family contribution limits Your contribution limits are generally determined by the type of qualifying high-deductible health plan you have — individual or family coverage.

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Internet Banking

Skip to main contentShow the sectionFeaturesShow your money who's boss Internet Banking with first direct is simple, straightforward and secure, and lets you do all the things you need to do to manage your money online. Here are just some of the main features: view balances and statements online - print up to six years, and request free paper copies pay bills or transfer money - set up payments and standing orders view and cancel Direct Debits set up alerts and add Text Message Banking send and receive secure messages to and from us download midataopens in a new window- a government scheme, which lets you compare current accounts and identify best value all your accounts under one login.

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Business Savings Account

Great rate: Our rates are among the best on the market. After all, shouldn't your capital be working as hard as you do? No fees, no service charges: Because we know that every penny counts when running a business, we don't believe in unfair fees or service charges. You won't have to pay money to save your money. No minimum balances: You earn the same great rate on every dollar in your Business Savings Account. Automatic Savings Program: One of the best features of the Tangerine Business Savings Account is the Automatic Savings Program (ASP).

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Financial Services

How it works: Sender: Buys postal order from any post office Writes the name of the recipient in the space provided Encloses it in a registered envelope How it Works Sender: Buys a Postal Order from any Post Office Writes the name of the recipient in the space provided Recipient: Receives notification slip of the registered item from the Post Office Goes to the Post office to claim with the notification slip and produces an identity document before claiming the money Benefits: Safe transfer of money by registered letter/mail It is faster encashment Guaranteed compensation of amount posted in case of loss Low commissions/charges Protecting our families through difficult times is something of importance to us.

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Halifax UK | Junior Cash ISA savings account | ISA

It’s a variable rate, as shown in the table below Your balance Annual interest Tax free AER £1+ 3. 00% 3. 00% Your interest is paid annually on 5 April each year. 2. Can Halifax change the interest rate? Yes. As this account pays a variable rate of interest the rate can change over time. For example we might review the interest rate if the Bank of England bank rate changes. We’ll always let you know of any planned changes to the rate. Our account conditions explain when and how we do this. 3. What might the future balance be? Below is an example of what the future balance might be, after interest has been paid: Initial deposit Tax free rate Balance after 12 months £1,000 3.

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Savings accounts - 5 Year Fixed Rate

Fixed Rate savings are a great option if you want to be sure of the return on your money, making planning for your future and achieving your savings goals easy. If you’re happy to put your money away for an agreed period of time, you’ll enjoy the peace of mind of knowing exactly how much interest you’ll earn. *AER stands for Annual Equivalent Rate and illustrates what the interest rate would be if interest was paid and compounded on an annual basis A fixed rate of 2.15% AER* Peace of mind from knowing exactly what interest rate you will earn on

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Compare savings accounts

Expand allWith so many good reasons to save, here are some excellent ways to go about it. Short term, longer term, flexible, fixed – the one thing these accounts all have in common is they pay very competitive interest rates. Benefits Earn a competitive interest rate calculated daily No monthly account maintenance or transaction fees#  No interest penalty for making transfers No minimum balance needed to earn interest Competitive tiered interest rates A base interest rate No minimum balance needed to earn bonus interest No monthly account maintenance or transaction fees# Earn a term deposit sized return calculated daily and paid monthly Invest for as little as $500 Money can be added anytime Delay for withdrawals to minimise impulse purchases It's a PIE which means you can be taxed less on returns if you're on an Income Tax Rate of 30% or 33%   Monthly account maintenance fee Free Free Free   Electronic transactions Expand/Collapse Deposits: Free Withdrawals: require a Westpac transaction account Deposits: Free Withdrawals: require a Westpac transaction account Deposits: Free Withdrawals: require a Westpac transaction account   (To operate the Online Saver account, you must hold a Westpac transaction account.

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Secrets to choosing the best savings account

You can’t keep all your cash in Mr. Piggy forever. But hoping for any real gains in interest with a chequing or day-to-day operating account from the major banks is almost laughable. Half a point? Whoopee! If you want something a little more substantial for storing your cash on hand, we suggest looking for a so-called high-interest savings account, either from your primary bank or an alternative. When choosing, make sure to watch for unappealing details such as a minimum balance, fees for use, limitations on interest payment and maximum number of transactions allowed.

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