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I have been in the banking industry for over 13-years. I work at www.jumbocdinvestments.com.
I have six children and a beautiful wife. I love to read, listen to music, coach soccer, and teach Bible studies.
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I am the Treasurer for an organization that falls under IRC 501(c)(10), Domestic Fraternal Societies. Our "Lodge" has a CD and my CD Monthly Statement read more
You might be interested in the results even if you're not interested in voting; so far (3 days, 309 votes) no difference (49% versus 48%).
It's entirely possible that interest rates hit all-time lows earlier this month that will never again be seen in our lifetimes, as many are now read more
Next time you want to make a quick errand to a bank, you might have to travel a couple of more miles than you're used to. This month Bank of America ( read more
the wealth we have in our homes, our home equity, is “where the money is” for all but the richest Americans. Why Reverse Mortgages Are Important - Scott read more
Saw this posted on another forum. Scammers just don't stop. https://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/...Involvin.. The Internal Revenue Service today read more
I am having a hard time finding which banks provide Revocable Living Trust accounts. It would be nice to include in your blog or ratings page read more
Saw this posted at the WCI forum (Forums | The White Coat Investor - Investing And Personal Finance Information For Physicians, Dentists, Residents, read more
Bankaholic's Sabrina Karl reviews the plight of 5-year CD's in light of the Federal Reserve's decisions. Now that it’s been almost eight weeks since the read more
By WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) - The Federal Reserve should consider using negative rates to counter the next serious downturn, said former chairman Ben read more
I just received a phone call from a man with a very strong "accent" whose voice sounded all gargled telling me he wanted me to go to my computer and press read more
Anyone heard anything about Wesleyan Investment Foundation? They are paying 2.5% up to $4999 and 3% on $5000 - 34999 -- it is not FDIC insured, but read more
Former Dallas Fed head Richard Fisher interview on CNBC. "What The Fed did, and I was part of it, was front-loaded an enormous rally market rally in order read more
I was charged a $75 fee to transfer an expired IRA CD to another bank! Because of the new banking laws, it is difficult to just take a check from read more
As the US is considering raising rates, other countries and their banks are looking more and more at negative rates. Not that, that should stop us, read more
Article By: Scott Burns An anecdote from World War II tells us a lot about why most of what passes for investment data is wrong.
So in the wake of the Paris tragedy will the FED (global instability) delay the expected December rate hike?
HSBC is offering the following brokered CD. From October 23, 2015 to October 23, 2018 the CD Rate in 2.5% It is callable on October 23, 2018. If read more
NY The state Department of Financial Services is digging through the books of the troubled Melrose Credit Union, the Progressive Credit Union and the read more
Nice overview, summary of 6 month CD's from Bankaholic's Sabrina Karl.
I believe the stock market turmoil will continue until the Federal Reserve's September rate hike is taken off the table. If this happens, as I discussed read more
I just realized recently (after so many years with both of our brokerages) that when I receive their statements it does not show an amount for the total read more
The offer is amazing, but there it is. Plain as day, a newspaper advertisement offers an FDIC insured certificate of deposit. It's a big, bottom-corner ad read more
What is a little confusing is even though CIT purchased OneWest, OneWest's FDIC# (58978) is the surviving certificate #. Combined Bank is being read more
When AT&T switched his health plan several years back, project manager Dave Eis says he found himself with only one option - a high-deductible plan. read more
The student used a new, popular checking account tool called “remote deposit capture” — he deposited the check with his cell phone. Check recipients who read more
Q. A friend of mine, widowed last year, was shocked at how much more Federal income tax she must pay compared to when she and her husband were filing read more
There's a widespread view that if the Fed ultimately raises interest levels then mortgage rates will also rise. Financial history shows that's not the read more