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Title:The Personal Finance Weblog - #1 - Meditations on money - personal finance, investments, 401k, 401k calculator, 401k retirement, 401k investments, 401k tax
Description:RosenTo really save some money, it is best to put Municipal bonds are usually issued by local the fourth consecutive year American Express is U.S. states with huge budget deficits are RuedaCredit card interest rates went up in the
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Things You Should Know About Banking
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on September 28, 2010
© B RosenTo really save some money, it is best to put your money in the bank. I guess you #39;ve heard that advice many times before.
Here are the things you should know about banking:
1. Your money is safe in a bank account.
As of now your money in a bank account is insured by the federal government up to $250,000. After January 1, 2014 the standard insurance for bank accounts goes down to $100,000 except for some retirement accounts which will remain at $250,000.
2. The convenience of a bank account has to be paid for.
Banks give lower interest rates than brokerages and mutual fund companies. Also, bank fees are often high except when you keep a minimum balance.
3. Inflation can override what you make from a bank.
Inflation always goes up faster than interest rates paid by banks.
4. Not all interest rates are calculated in the same way.
Banks often calculate interest differently. Always ask for an account #39;s quot;annual percentage yield. quot; That #39;s how much your money in the bank will actually make in one year.
5. There are better interest rates out there.
Certificates of deposit (CDs) give the best rates on your money and are insured up to $250,000 each. But you need to keep your money in the bank for three months to about five years. And interest rates on CDs are quot;guaranteed. quot; If they fall before your CD expires, the bank must give the pay at the rate it quoted. If rates climb, the bank still pays the rate it quoted.
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Muni Bond Yields and Performance
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Municipal bonds are usually issued by local governments as a way to raise capital for a host of public projects. These projects benefit the greater good of a particular city or its residents. Most of these bonds issue coupons, also known as interest income, on a yearly basis. In a lot of situations, this interest is tax exempt, which is why municipal bonds are such a popular choice among investors. Municipal bonds will have a variety of types of yields. In its purest form muni bond yields are the money or cash payout that will be provided to bond purchasers as their return on investment. The reason yields are so important is that they are an important tool for measuring the potential and ongoing performance of a particular bond or group of bonds.
Interest rate fluctuation will have an effect on the performance and payout of a municipal bond. If you buy your municipal bond at a time when the interest rates are high but it matures during a period when interest rates have lowered, you may want to sell your bond, but you will find that the bond is commanding a lower price. The two yields that will have the greatest effect on bond purchasers #39; investment efforts are current yield and yield to maturity. These two muni bond yields will give investors an idea of the bond #39;s performance. The current yield can be calculated by taking the yearly interest payout of the bond or its coupon yield and dividing by the spot market price, which is the price at which you could sell the bond. The yield to maturity will give investors the amount of the total return if the bondholder keeps the bond until its maturity date.
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American Express Is America’s Favorite Credit Card
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on August 24, 2010
© TheTruthAbout...For the fourth consecutive year American Express is the credit card issuer first chosen by most Americans.
AmEx got a customer satisfaction rating of 769 out of a possible 1,000. This is 55 points higher than the average for the credit card industry based on a survey done by J. D. Power and Associates last March and April.
Customers are now more keenly aware of the benefits and rewards of having an Amex card. Other issuers might offer similar rewards, but AmEx is good at using aggressive marketing and communication to let their clients know about their services.
Discover Card is the second highest rated credit card, getting a score of 757. Customers are pleased about its customer service department and its web site. U.S. Bank followed at third because customers noticed the fewer changes to terms and smaller interest rate increases.
HSBC, Citibank and Capital One got the lowest ratings this year, with scores of 686, 692 and 699, respectively. These cards are at the bottom because customers know about the higher fees associated with them. Customers also complained about poor communication when dealing with these card issuers.
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State Taxes Seen To Increase Sharply
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© dizznbonnSome U.S. states with huge budget deficits are considering new tax policies that could hurt in the long run. Many states have targeted tax increases on high-income earners, smokers and out-of-state business transactions. Analysts are saying these can make doing business in a state less attractive and cause more economic volatility.
Many states across America are struggling to recover from the recession. State tax revenues have been exhausted in the weak economy and demand for social services continues to climb because unemployment is still high. About two-thirds of states are seeing budget deficits in 2012 and just slightly less than half are projecting gaps in 2013.
States are looking to make sure they have the correct policies to enhance economic growth and have some stability in revenue.
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Credit Card Interest Rates Go up, up, UP!
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© Andres RuedaCredit card interest rates went up in the second quarter to a nine-year high! The average interest rate on cards climbed to 14.7%, up from 13.1% last year.
This made a wide difference of 11.45 percentage points between the average credit card interest rate and the prime rate. It is the biggest spread seen in 22 years.
The sharp increase in interest rates was due mainly to the Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009. The CARD Act limited the amount of time credit card companies can raise rates. This pressured them to significantly increase interest rates.
Also contributing to the increased rates are the recession and the country #39;s high unemployment. These factors are causing the default rate to go up. There is also more credit card spending, which went up by 6%. But this is below the spending levels of the third quarter of 2008.
With some economic recovery, card issuers have invited more consumers to avail of their credit cards via direct-mail marketing.
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