This is a list of how often and where the term 'savings account' appears in the book The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition.
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"... health care, weekends spent away, transportation and more. What are the expectations?
Discuss banking arrangements such as money transfers, credit or debit cards, checking and savings accounts.
Decide how you will communicate with your family. Will you use some form of Skype or other ..."
"...To make your life less complicated check out which banks have ATMs on your college campus. Then visit each one to see who offers the best deals for setting up checking and savings accounts. Many banks in North America offer special student account packages such as checking accounts with no monthly fees up to five years, free online banking and bill paying, free check card (debit card) and overdraft protection. Compare banks for ATM fees. If you use an ATM that your bank
"...A savings account – Unless you have a steady job, you may not be saving much money while you are in college, but it is still a good idea to open a savings account and have it directly linked to your checking account with an overdraft protection program. In the case of
"...If you get money to cover your expenses for the whole term or school year (from your parents or guardian or from a financial aid package), put all the money for months beyond the current one in your savings account. Then, each month, transfer the amount you need for the month to your checking account. That way your money will last for the entire term or school year instead of getting spent the first part of the term “because it is there.”
"... alerts to notify you (by email or cell phone) of low balances, daily balances, direct deposits and more.
▪ Keep a lump sum in your savings account for emergencies only.
▪ Except for emergencies, never spend more than you can pay off.
▪ Try to pay your credit card off every ..."
"...▪ Look for banks with programs to help you save money such as Bank of America’s “Keep the Change.” Every time you make a purchase with your debit card, the amount is rounded upward to the nearest dollar and the change goes directly into your savings account. It is a bit like putting your pocket change into a piggy bank at the end of the day.
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