Better Money Lifestyle: Managing Your Money the Right Way


 By:Latahjia Robinson

After you read this article you will have a clear understanding of what financial institution you want to invest yourself to, whether it’s a bank or credit union.                                               

 

So many times we tell ourselves we will start doing better with money. And so many times we continue to spend recklessly and dig our debt hole deeper. It’s time to put a stop to this. You don’t know how? Luckily, OTM got a chance to talk with Brian Mobley, a personal banker at Midwest Bank Centre, to gather some valuable information to change this.

Before you start trying to get a credit or debit card, look online to find various Banks and Credit Unions  to see which one is best fitting for you. With Credit Unions and Banks, there are different environments, policies and rules; therefore you need to know what’s best for you. You may be worried about overdrafts fees, convenient locations, or scholarships opportunities.All these points lead up to doing the research to see if a bank or Credit Union is best for you.

 

Want to build your credit? There is a system that can help everyone with high credit, low credit, or no credit. It’s called the Credit Booster. It says it in the name. It’s just a system where you pay amounts like $25.26 monthly, weekly, or daily. There would be different prices depending on the bank or credit union but it’s affordable for everyone to do it. The bank or credit union would use that to pay off any debt from various places or money you owe from using a credit card.

Would you research more information about credit unions and banks that you want to join? If so, that is a step closer to being financially secure and responsible. It is better to have knowledge on what you’re investing yourself in. Just know what your habits are and use that as guidance to help you.