About this blog
If you're looking for the latest news, commentary and money-saving tips from the business scene in York County, you've come to the right place. York Common Cents is the sounding board for the biz staff and those interested in money at the York Daily Record/ Sunday News.
Popular Biz Tags#fitatwork Ashley Wislock business driving economy Emileigh Clare Facebook fitness food gas gasoline gas prices health holiday holidays home ipad jobs journalism Lauren Boyer money office life PA Pennsylvania reporting restaurants retail Saving saving money savings sean adkins shopping social media spending store stores tech technology TheStreet YDR York York County york daily record York PA your money
Tag Archives: banks
Which would you rather be: Financially fit or physically fit? For me, it’s not really an either/or. I mean, they’re kind of unrelated. You can do both. But a recent study discovered that most people don’t.
My parents help me out a lot with finding good deals, especially when it comes to squirreling away my savings. A few months ago, they recommended a money market account with a 1 percent interest rate. The minimum was $10,000. … Continue reading
As we all dig deep into our wallets for a little extra cash this holiday season, there’s a fun way for people with some extra coins laying around to cash in – Metro Bank’s “Magic Money Machine:”
I tend to think it’s time to dump the loose pennies in my wallet once about 20 to 25 accumulate – but for one Oregon man that idea would be unthinkable: he’s what is known as a “penny hoarder,” and … Continue reading
It’s finally happening. Bank of America is taking the lead, charging customers $5 monthly for debit card use. Can’t say I’m surprised. We got wind of this possibility early this year, when the Federal Reserve considered the Durbin Amendment and … Continue reading
We’ve all heard about helicopter parents: the ones that check their children’s emails for them or give college-aged children wake-up calls to make sure they are ready for class. And now, a new teen-focused bank account from ING is hoping … Continue reading