Danielle Klimashousky is a freelance writer who covers a variety of personal finance topics for SmartAsset. She is an expert on topics including credit cards and home buying. Danielle has a BA in English from Wesleyan University.
A quitclaim deed, sometimes referred to as a non-warranty deed, is a document used to transfer interest in a property. Common terms utilized alongside quitclaim deeds are “grantor” and “grantee.” In this context, the grantor is the one transferring the ownership interest and the grantee is the one receiving it. For the most part, family members use quitclaim deeds to initiate fast real estate transfers. Do you need help drafting a quitclaim deed or managing other matters that involve the transfer of assets? Speak with a local financial advisor today. Read more
Labor Day is an American holiday that celebrates workers and the labor movement. Observed on the first Monday of September, it also (unofficially) marks the end of summer. To most, Labor Day means a three-day weekend of fun in the sun, barbecues, and special sales at retail stores. But if you want to visit a bank branch that day, you’re out of luck: Banks are closed on Labor Day. If you need to conduct banking business, you will need to find another way to do it, or wait until doors open gain on Tuesday. Read more
While there’s a lot you can do at an ATM or through a mobile banking app, there are times when you need to visit an actual bank branch. So what time does the bank close? In the past, all bank branches used to close at 3 p.m. Now, banks are extending their hours to make themselves more accessible, though hours are still limited on weekends. Here’s a general guideline for what time banks tend to open and close. Read more
Online-only bank accounts are increasingly popular. They tend to offer better interest rates than typical banks because they don’t have to pay the costs of having brick-and-mortar locations. Two… Read more
When it comes to withdrawing money from an ATM, you are limited to the amount you can withdraw in one day. You’re also subject to the amount of money you spend with your debit card each day. All… Read more
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