- March 20, 2008 at 5:15 pm #256816
I don’t have one yet myself so I can’t tell you much until I do my research. I get info from them in the mail every so often and I’m thinking you can start with either $25 or $50 dollars and then just set up regular deposits. Several members of this list have mentioned them before which is why I was thinkingI wanted to try it…maybe some of them will chime in?
wrote: I have been thinking about starting an ING account.
Please tell me about it .
What will you be doing with the Tax Rebate money in May/June? 1) Make donation to local Humane Society to help w/building fund (probably enough $ for one brick, but you’ve gotta start some where)
times, serif;”>2) call around to see if we can get a discount on any of our monthly bills (car insurance, etc) by paying 6mo or a year in full by using the Stimulus money…if so, take advantage of that. 3)Plan to over fill or at least well stock the freezer/pantry.
4)Pay in full some smaller bills sowe’ll be done with that debt and can roll the small payments into a bigger payment on a bigger debt. 5)Will fundING account and get it started for long term savings. Lisa G.
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