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2.15% Checking, .75% Savings
Matti posted a topic in Credit Forum2.15% on Checking, up to $25,000. .75% on Savings, up to $250,000. I'm not sure how far their reach is, or who can join. Was driving home and saw this advertisement at one of the branches. https://www.firstutahbank.com/personal-banking/personal-deposit-accounts/kasasa-saver Checking rate requires 12 debit transactions, 1 ACH auto pay and e-statements. Completing all of the checking requirements gives the rate for savings, as well. Don't know if it's a hard pull to join and I don't know which bureau they use if there is a hard.
Haven't been late on a revolving acct in >2 decades except by a couple of days on rare occassion, just a small handful of times (can't say the same for SLs). As it turned out, glad the oversights were with PSECU and PenFed, neither of who responded with a nose dive on internal (read: Amex) score, late fee or requirement to request a reversal of it- due to a standard grace period. Luv me some majors, but diversity is king and CU can take the bite out of a slip up, give some good product with great CLs/rates/ member relations and warm fuzzies. They're not for the feint of heart necessarily but offer more than amateurish displays for so many of us, to be fair. Our fav big banks don't always have the staying power we had imagined when an economic downturn hits either. The mini panick attack, when reviewing accounts and realizing, doh! PSECU was somehow not set up for auto-pay and already 12 hours late vs the relief felt after called in to see it wasn't going to be an issue is still fresh in my mind How has your local, regional or major CU been a player for you? Please post CUmbaya moments here
Direct Loan Interest Rates for 2014-2015
hodap2001 posted a topic in Student LoansPlease visit IFAP for Direct Loan Interest Rates for loans first disbursed on or after July 1, 2014 and June 30, 2015: http://ifap.ed.gov/eannouncements/051514IntRatesForDLFirstDisbBtwnJuly12014June302015.html
California Interest Rates
tiggidy08 posted a topic in Credit ForumHi all... there was a site that listed what the cap amount of interest could be charged per loan - does anyone know what the site is? It listed personal, pay day, auto, etc. I'm looking for California specifically.
I really want to keep watch on the rates and keep up with the potential news about them running out of funds, or shutting down for October. Could someone tell me the best way to do this? Is there a particular website or other way to track this information?