Posts Categorized: Banking & Money

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Generation Z To Learn The Value Of Money

The children of the 1980s know a thing or two about extravagant consumerism. Young enough to have absorbed a tide of youth marketing messages and not old enough to have directly suffered previous economic recessions, they learned how to spend on fashion and lifestyle wants. Enjoying an adulthood of easy credit and low unemployment, they… Read more »

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The Real Deal With Bank Properties Listings

While there are indeed many bargains that can be found in the foreclosures market, you should not expect that every property that appears in bank properties listings is a bargain. There are many factors that could drive property prices either up or down. Knowing how to appreciate the market as well as the forces that… Read more »

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Credit Cards Without A Bank Account

Having a credit card is a great thing indeed, although most are hard to obtain for those who have a less than perfect credit history. The restrictions for getting most credit cards are so tough that those who have bad credit may find it nearly impossible to get a credit card, or they find themselves… Read more »

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ATMS and Their Influence on Banking Sectors in Australia

Since deregulation of banking in the mid 1980’s, financial and banking industries in Australia have become increasingly competitive and innovative. Australia is ranked as one of the countries with the least controlled systems of banking globally with a foreseeable increase in competition due to implementation and large scale adoption of the recommendations of the Wallis… Read more »

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Bank Jobs And Banking Scenario In India

The banking industry is surely blooming in India. In fact, in the last decade, there has been a tremendous growth in this sector with both public and private banks doing good business. The percentage of vacancy in banks has also grown up resulting in more and more employment opportunities for the current generation of youths…. Read more »

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PNC Online Banking

PNC rates on mortgages are one of the few that did not increase when many of the other financial institutions have already done so. For a $250,000 loan in the Philadelphia area, the rates are as follows. The 30 year fixed interest rate at 5.50% to 5.875% with APRs of 5.626% to 5.842%, respectively. The… Read more »