North London Grafitti Art Up for Auction Again
Artwork can sometimes remind us of the freedom to work for pay and to save.
11:03 07 June 2013
Many parts of the world have improved remarkably over the past decades as the grafitti art entitled “Bansky’s Slave Labour”, up for auction shortly, reminds us.
While there are similar elements that concern people, the overwhelming majority of people are able to enjoy the freedom of finding a job and receiving a reasonable wage, in addition to the right to save their money.
Opening a savings account isn’t always an easy process since there are multiple banks with their own individual regulations. Here are a few tips to help you choose a savings account that works for you:
- Finding an institution-while it might be easy to simply choose the first banking institution you try, or to establish a savings account with a bank simply because you already have a cheque account with them, it doesn’t mean you will receive the best interest rates or deals. Don’t select the first banking institution you try.
- Reputation-word of mouth still means something. Talk to friends and family about their own banking experiences. They might be able to warn you from certain banks, or recommend others. You can then weigh what you have heard, with your own personal needs. This costs you nothing and may save you a lot of time.
- Compare- try contacting the banks in your area. If customer service is important to you, consider visiting the bank in person to get an idea of the service you’ll receive, and also make a phone call.
- Fees-when you’re researching, find out if there are any fees involved with the savingsaccount such as minimum deposits, balance requirements, or withdrawal penalties. In the event that something happens, you should also ask the bank’s policy on switching your funds to another bank or closing out an account.
- Interest rates-once you have your list narrowed down, pick the one which suits your needs best and offers the best interest rates for your savings account.