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Common bank fees: How much are you paying to save? Post Image
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Common bank fees: How much are you paying to save?

Watching for common bank fees and knowing the impact they have on your finances may help you avoid a checking account fee from hitting your account.


401k or IRA: Which is a better retirement savings plan? Post Image
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401k or IRA: Which is a better retirement savings plan?

401k or IRA? Let's look at each investment option and understand the similarities and differences so you can make the best retirement decisions for you.


15 Fun crafts to teach financial literacy to kids Post Image
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15 Fun crafts to teach financial literacy to kids

Money isn't the easiest or most exciting subject for kids. Try one of these financial literacy crafts as a family to make the most of your money lessons.


Home buying checklist: Tips for house hunting Post Image
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Home buying checklist: Tips for house hunting

It's hard not to fall in love once you can see yourself in your new home, but here are some house-hunting tips to keep you on track, organized, and focused.


7 Easy tips for planning affordable work week lunches Post Image
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7 Easy tips for planning affordable work week lunches

Come midday a refresher is needed. A small pilgrimage out to eat is one way to refresh. A better goal is to prepare lunch as an exciting destination all its own.


12 tips for more affordable summer travel Post Image
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12 tips for more affordable summer travel

Traveling can get expensive fast. If you're on a budget and frustrated at the lack of cheap vacation ideas out there, maybe some of these tips can help.


7 Ways to avoid paying unnecessary banking fees Post Image
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7 Ways to avoid paying unnecessary banking fees

The best way you can avoid bank fees is twofold: one, get an account that doesn't charge most of those fees. Two, stay on top of managing your accounts.


About Kasasa

We believe your money should do more... for you and your community. Founded in 2003, Kasasa is a financial and technology services company working to help empower consumers to take control of their finances and be proud of their money by banking locally with community banks and credit unions in your neighborhood, that you know and trust.

These local institutions have roots in their communities, care about people over profits, and are actively invested in local businesses to help keep the economy strong (unlike some of the megabanks we could name).

We believe you shouldn't have to choose between the best banking products, the best customer experience, or keeping your money local, where it can do more good. We've created ethical banking products and partnered exclusively with community banks and credit unions. So you can have it all.

Kasasa accounts are available at community financial institutions around the country. Find one near you at Kasasa.com to get free checking that pays cash rewards, the only loan with Take-Backs, and more. All while keeping your money in the community, so you can always be proud of your money.