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A great way to see how you can maximise your savings is to use our savings calculator. Select the features that you're after and see how our range of personal savings products work together to get your money working harder for you. You can see your savings over time and you can set a savings target. No, RaboDirect does not charge any account fees on any savings accounts or Term Deposits.  You can transfer funds into your High Interest Savings Account (HISA) using the 'Transfer in' feature if you have allowed direct debit authority on your linked account.

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Effective, Affordable, Trackable Advertising for Brevard County Florida

Restaurant Coupons and more in your mailbox every two weeks! Daily Deals and Local Coupons! Download Safari Coupons for iOS Joinour Savings SafariDigital Edition!Receive special offers, emails, and daily deals! Over the past 18 years, Savings Safari has become the primary medium of choice for Brevard County advertisers.   We invite you to join our rapidly growing family of successful advertisers who keep Savings Safari in their marketing schedules year after year!  Each full color, high quality magazine is mailed directly by the United States Postal Service to over 200,000 choice households twice each month.

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Time Zone Converter: Calculate time difference between time zones in the world

A time zone is a geographical area in which clocks are synchronised to show a uniform time, known as a ‘standard time’. Due to the size of some countries and the location of places that come under their jurisdiction, one country can be divided into a number of time zones. France, for example, covers twelve time zones. Why do we have time zones? Using time zones makes it easier for us to organise everything from commercial operations to travel. People living within the same time zone know that they will be working to the same times, whilst someone in one time zone can work out the time in another time zone by doing a simple calculation.

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How to Buy US Savings Bonds as Gifts

U. S. savings bonds are a low-risk investment option that are issued by the United States Treasury. In the past, savings bonds could be purchased as paper certificates from local banks and were often given as gifts for birthdays, holidays and other special occasions. While it is still possible to buy savings bonds as gifts, they are typically purchased digitally through the Treasury's TreasuryDirect website. To purchase and send savings bonds through TreasuryDirect, both you and the gift recipient need to have TreasuryDirect accounts. Step1 Navigate to the TreasuryDirect.

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Average Retirement Income

Wondering how your retirement savings stack up to other Americans’ nest eggs? Or whether your income in your post-work years will be enough to keep you afloat? It’s normal to be curious about the average retirement income in the US. Just remember that you need enough in your retiree days to meet your own needs, not to keep up with the Joneses. Check out our retirement calculator. We all know that saving for retirement is the wise course of action. That’s why we have Social Security, a form of forced savings that diverts income from our working years to our golden years.

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It's time to make daylight saving time year-round

Let's stop adjusting these, forever. (Shutterstock) Daylight saving time officially ends this year on Sunday, November 1, at 2 am. Everyone will need to remember to set their clocks back one hour. It's also a good opportunity to remember what a hassle daylight saving time actually is. When clocks leap forward in the spring, researchers have found, rates of heart attacks,traffic accidents, and workplace injuries tend to increase slightly — likely the effect of millions of people's bodies being forced to adjust to the missing hour of sleep.

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7 ways daylight saving time can affect your health

We're losing an hour of sleep as we “spring forward” this week, having turned our clocks an hour ahead on Sunday morning. And while we've gained an extra hour of daylight in the evenings, we've lost it in the morning—waking up, and maybe even heading off to work or school, before the sun comes up. An hour may not seem like a lot, but the time shift can have significant effects on the body, says Sandhya Kumar, MD, assistant professor of neurology and medical director of the Sleep Disorders Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in North Carolina.

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Save for Retirement, Get a Tax Break

The Retirement Saver's Credit or Saver's Tax Credit, known formally as the IRS Credit for Qualified Retirement Savings Contributions, provides people who save for retirement with further incentive do so. If you qualify, your retirement contributions may reduce your tax bill.  it's an incentive to get you to fund your retirement account. It's a tax credit for the money you save for retirement. If you know the difference between a tax credit and tax deduction, you know a credit is the better option. While tax deductions can lower your taxable income and potentially put you in a lower tax bracket, a tax credit cuts the amount you owe dollar for dollar.

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Monday Madness - Look Again! Monday Madness has a new look, but this great program hasn�t changed. Check out the website each week to see which resorts are offered at just $. 07 per credit. Save $150 at SeaWorld Orlando Enjoy a complimentary second day, plus parking when you purchase a single-day admission to SeaWorld® Orlando. Find out how. Call for Board Applications The WorldMark, The Club Board of Directors is now accepting applications from qualified members who wish to seek nomination to the two positions on the Board that will be filled at the October 2017 election.

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Is It a Good Idea to Buy U.S. Savings Bonds to Pay for School?

U. S. Savings bonds used to be given as birthday presents and awards for children. They were looked at a good way to set aside money for college or other things. Many people looked at them as a sound investment. The money is guaranteed, plus if you purchase EE savings bonds you do not need to pay taxes on the interest if you use the savings bonds towards education expenses. On the surface this looks like a solid investment strategy. You purchase the bond for the amount that you want it to be. In the past you would purchase the bond for half of the face value amount and it would take about twenty years to mature so you could cash it in for the full value.

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