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Had A Pile Of Mail To Pick Up At The Post Office After Being Gone For A Few Days. In The Mail Is A Card To
receive $200 for a $500 deposit at 5/3rd. If you put $1500 in the account for 90 days no fees. There also was a card from Chase to earn $500 for checking and savings. Watch you... read more
Thoughts? I did a quick review on Google of his positions over the years, but came up with little of relevance to the DA community. Perhaps others with a firmer grasp of his positi... read more
Rate Match A Possibility
Before you transfer out maturing CD funds to take advantage of higher rates, call the bank or credit union to see if they are willing to do price match to keep the funds there. I ... read more
Chase Freedom 5% Back On Internet/Cable/Phone Services Thru 3/31
I paid for Jan & Feb & verified I got 5% and I think I am going to prepay a number of months in advance because the 5% cashback exceeds even the best CD rates. Really, a case coul... read more
IRS Tax Filing Rules For 2017 Still Evolving, How To File Changing!
I just finally got the IRS 1040 forms I ordered on Jan. 2. IRS did not have them available to mail out even as of two weeks ago. (I prefer to do my own taxes, and on paper -- I hav... read more
CD Juice - It's A Good Thing
This is pursuant to my comment here, which mentions juice: https://www.depositaccounts.com/banks/service-credit-union/offers/#1 The recent Freedom CD deal, now dead, had juice. F... read more
I Posted An IRS Chart Of When To Expect Your Refund To Be In Your Account If You Had Direct Deposit.
I e-filed on Feb 20th and the refund was in my account on Feb 27th. The chart said to expect it on or after March 5.... read more
Are 2% 12-Month Cds The Sweet Spot These Days?
Just opened a 2.3% 14-month with INOVA (reasonably close), but what do others think? My tummy tells me to shorten ladders in this rising-rate environment.... read more
US Treasury Notes Now More Attractive Than CDs?
I just did a bit of research comparing CDs with US Treasuries. With the rise in interest rates, US Treasury note rates compare very favorably to CDs. Here are the most current ra... read more