I would check with your lawyer. Different states have different guidelines to how much you are allowed to deposit. In the state of Virginia you have to notify the trustee for anything over $500.00AnswerWhile you are in a chapter 13 you can contribute as much money as you want. Like a chapter 7 a chapter 13 is a snapshot of what you were going through on the date you filed. What you do after that is your business. You can save as much money in the bank as you like, buy a new car with cash, and open a secured visa with a $5,000 deposit.
There are certain things you cannot do without the approval of a trustee such as buy a home, finance a car with a loan, contribute to 401K and make purchases on an unsecured credit card. I got around this by having my mother open a credit card account with Bank of America and ordering an additional card with my name on it. I have a credit card with a nice limit and 0% APR. I am not responsible for the bill and it does not appear on my credit report. I just have full access. I am currently building my credit with two secured visa's one from First Premier and American Pacific Bank. I think it will be a lot harder to do things like this when the new laws are passed later this year.
The minimum deposit required in order to open a savings account with Sun Trust in one hundred dollars and with this you can start your own savings account with Sun Trust.
It have a variety of deposit account, such as check account, savings and time deposit
A savings account is a type of deposit account - an account at a financial institution such as a bank or credit union, where the account holder may make deposits and/or withdrawals.
Business deposit accounts are also known as business savings account where one can deposit an amount of money as savings for one's business. Most savings accounts will also offer interest rates.
Simply put, you can deposit a check into your savings account. As long as the check is endorsed and you have money in the account you wish to transfer from then you're all set!
While in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the money that can be deposited in a secured credit card savings account varies individually. The amount must be presented to a trustee and approved based on the case.
Money in a savings account is an example of a time deposit.
money in a savings account
It depends on the bank.
Anyone that has been added to a deposit account or savings accounts
In normal savings account, you deposit Indian money (rupee) and you can withdraw it in the same indian money. In nre account you can only deposit foreign currency and you withdraw indian currency. you cant deposit indian money in this account
I believe you are thinking of a certificate of deposit.
A Savings Account is a type of account that is designed to promote savings among the general public. You can deposit and withdraw money from this account but at the same time the bank offers you an interest on the money deposited into the account.
The meaning of a Term Deposit in banking is referring to a savings account or a certificate of deposit. This particular savings account or certificate of deposit pays at a fixed rate of interest until given a maturity date.
Typically - you will not be able to find the "best" savings account, due to the fact that savings account do not generate a lot of income regardless. Your best bet would be to use the savings account with your bank, or try out a Certificate of Deposit.
Direct deposit to your savings account must be available from both your banking institution AND your employer. Virtually all banking institutions offer this service but smaller employees may not.
It is a bank account where a person will make regular, monthly savings to build up capital. The savings or deposit account will not normally come with a card or cheque book and the savings in it will attract a higher rate of interest than a normal bank account. However you lose this high rate of interest if you withdraw your money suddenly or before a certain period,
A deposit slip issued by your bank for depositing money or checks into your savings account.
True - If you keep depositing your monthly savings regularly into your savings account. False - If you don't deposit any money into your account. Money in your savings account does not increase automatically. Banks will credit a small interest amount every quarter/year into your account but that wouldn't increase your balance significantly unless you deposit funds into your account.
"They have becomes duds, they use to be savings you can just deposit money in and they will act likes a regular bank account. but now they are gone.So long internet savings."