Having a few Ally Bank Interest Checking Accounts with targeted funds in them can be a useful strategy within your household budgeting tools, Holly P. Thomas, founder of the Holly P. Thomas firm in Tampa, Florida told Ally Bank.
"Some people are helped by having multiple checking accounts for various purposes," she explained. As a household budgeting tool, "it's a way to force them to save, so that they don't mix the vacation account with the car account, for example." In addition to helping you stay organized, this approach gives your money a chance to work—earning interest—until you need it. At that point, it's easy to access, so you're able to take care of financial matters and get back to living your life.
At Ally Bank, you’ll find an online banking experience that’s efficient, user-friendly and secure. Ally Bank accounts integrate well with household budgeting software providers Mint.com and Quicken®. Learn more about how Ally Bank can help you manage your household budget by visiting Allybank.com or call live, 24/7 customer care at 877-247-ALLY (2559) today.
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