Ways to Survive and Thrive in Times of High Inflation: Savings Tips and More!
The best method of saving money is to set aside a fixed amount each week or each month. This will help you to avoid spending unnecessary money and will also allow you to save money for future expenses. It is important to put an emphasis on saving, so it is recommended that you set aside at least 10% of your income each week or each month.
Step 2: Customize your options according to your savings plan.
FROM: Choose the account from which you want to withdraw funds. Select from the dropdown.
TO: Choose the account the funds are to be moved to. Select from the dropdown.
DATE: From the calendar, select the date you want the transfer to occur.
REPEAT TRANSFER: to create a reoccurring transfer, check the Repeat Transfer box.
FREQUENCY: from the dropdown, choose how often you want this transfer to occur. Click Save to confirm your selection.
AMOUNT: enter the amount you want to have transferred each time.
MEMO: if you'd like, type a description of the transfer for your records.
Step 3: Click Make Transfer. You have successfully set up a reoccurring transfer in Online Banking
Step 2: On the Schedule page, select Schedule a Transfer.
FROM: Choose the account you want the transfer to come from.
TO: Choose the account you want the transfer to move to,
AMOUNT: Set the amount of the transfer.
FREQUENCY: How often the transfers occur.
Step 3: Tap Schedule. Your reoccurring transfer has been set in the MyNCU mobile app.
|Account||Minimum Deposit||APY*||More Information|
|Prize Savings||$25||0.10%||Learn More|
|High Yield Savings||$10,000||2.00%||Learn More|
|Certificates of Deposit (CD)||from $500||2.65% up to 4.00%||Learn More|
|Money Markets||$1,000||0.10% - 0.10%||Learn More|
|Individual Retirement (IRA)||$100||0.10%||Learn More|
|Christmas Club||$25||0.10%||Learn More|
|Kid's Savings||$25||0.10%||Learn More|
Debt can be a major financial burden, and it can become even more difficult to pay off during periods of high inflation. If you have debt, plan to pay it off as quickly as possible. You may need to make some sacrifices but getting rid of debt will be worth it overall.
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