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Joint bank accounts are a great convenience for people that share expenses. You could open a joint account with anyone really, your spouse, parents, children, even business associates and roommates. With more hands in the cookie jar, you’ll want to make sure you know the rules, and establish some guidelines of how you will each handle the account. Here are three things you should know about how joint bank accounts work at Webster. [. . .]
If you’ve ever received a message from your bank saying, “You have reached your transfer limit” from your savings or money market account and didn’t understand the reasoning, or wanted to figure out a work-around, this blog post is for you. [. . .]
My husband and I collected comic books when we were younger, and never thought the day would come where we could share that pastime with thousands of other people. Feeling nostalgic, we decided to make the two-hour trip and and attend Comic Con in Providence, RI --  our very first Comic Con experience. To help other newbie’s, I wanted to share some tips for how to live long and prosper while attending your local convention.   [. . .]
If you’re tired of paying high, variable electricity costs at home, and want to reduce your carbon footprint, solar power may make a good alternative. [. . .]