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Money Management Blog

3 Tools to Make Running Your Business Easier

| Published: April 13, 2017
The average business owner spends about 21 percent* of their time dealing with the financial side of their operation, while devoting only 5 percent to managing employees, 2.6 percent to customer service and 13 percent to sales. And for good reason: Managing money is what keeps your business moving forward. But it can also be a time suck that prevents you from overseeing other critical aspects of your business. Check out these three business banking tools to make running your business easier, so you can focus on growth.

Protecting Your Most Valuable Investment While You’re Away

| Published: March 30, 2017
Vacation is a chance to relax and leave your cares behind. By following these tips, you can spend more time enjoying yourself instead of worrying about what’s going on at home.

How the Right Bank Account Can Make College Less Stressful

| Published: March 22, 2017
About 20 million students enroll in college every year, with many of them traveling away from home to attend their school of choice. With that distance comes stress for both parents and students as they navigate the ups and downs of separation, new surroundings and new responsibilities – including finances. That's where the right bank account make a big difference for students’ and parents’ peace of mind.

How Far Will Your Homeowners Insurance Take You After a Natural Disaster?

| Published: March 17, 2017
You finally bought your dream home, and to protect your investment, you have homeowners insurance. But what exactly does that mean in the face of a natural disaster? Here’s a look at four common natural disasters and the typical coverage offered by homeowners insurance.*

The Top 3 Questions People Have About Kasasa

| Published: March 09, 2017
At first, it’s a little hard to get your head around the idea of getting paid for stuff you’re already doing. We understand. So here’s a little mini FAQ about Kasasa: