how to find out your interest earned of your saving account in PNC or bank of America?
well first you need to know if you interest is compounded monthly or annually. then you could put it into a interest formula and do it yourself. You also need to know how much money is in your bank account. You will have to ask the bank or look at the sheet that they gave you at the bank when you opened the account to look up that info on how its compounded
What is the best website or way to do daily stock exchanging?
If you have no experience at investing, the last thing you should try to do is trade.
If you checked out Scottrade or Etrade and you found them to be expensive, there's no way you should even consider investing let alone trading.
All firms, including PNC, offer their clients on-line website for investing and/or trading including providing research and trading platforms. Looking for the cheapest is not always the best way to go and all major firms have reliable websites.
Before you spend $0.01 of your money you should educate yourself about investing/trading and learn what to do, why you're doing it and how to do it.
Based on the wording of your question, there's no way you should start investing or trading.
Why don't you try paper trading and see how well you can do and it wont cost you anything.
Try http://simulator.investopedia.com/ http://www.tradingsimulation.com/
How much money could I probably sell Jonas Brothers tickets for?
Um hmm, im selling blue section tickets for their milwaukee concert which is about 37th row so probably maybe 100 dollars or maybe more jonas fans are pretty crazy. but if thats too ecpensive and noone seems to be buying them move down to around 80. Hope i helped!
How to terminate checking account with wellsfargo?
I read that you should always leave an old checking account open for a full 30 days before closing it. (just making sure you are doing this). You never know if you had a pre-authorized debit you may have forgotten about.
I think Wells Fargo has a fee if you close an account with 6 months. (just in case).
The fee at my bank is $25.
Also, they may have a fee for closing the account over the phone. Most big banks do.
(about $25 to process and mail you a check).
So... go in person to close this account.
The information will be in their Fee Schedule. Which I am not about to read through.
24 pages - enjoy. https://www.wellsfargo.com/downloads/pdf/online_disclosures/FEE/EN/FII-GA-EN.pdf
Has anyone tried sending money to a person via Online Banking Bill pay service?
With my bank...I set up a person or company as a merchant and I pay them. The bank gets the information, withdraws the funds from your account and sends the person a check. I use online payments for 99% of my bills.
Anyone using PNC bank for direct deposit on taxes?
PNC is my bank and I have not received my deposit yet. WMR says tomorrow and it's never been wrong (for the bad) before. I think I got mine a day early last year but it's no biggie. Hopefully it's there tomorrow.
This is the biggest refund we have ever received so I am not sure their "policy" on holding a certain amount for a certain period of time. I assume it's the same as any direct deposit...pending for a day or so then full funds are available to spend.
Call again and talk to someone that exhibits COMPETENCE. I work in a bank mail room. If I have your SSN, I can find out if you have had an account with the bank anytime in the last 3 years. If WE closed the account due to an overdraft, it will show for at least 5 years. It is NOT closed for inactivity for 7 years. At that point, the bank is required by law to turn over any balance to the state's department of unclaimed funds.
What is the most you can take out of a bank through an atm in one day? (pnc bank)?
I can take out any amount I want. As long as it is in your account, their should be no limit. If you go to your bank's ATM,
there should a spot on the screen asking if you would like to to withdraw a different amount.
What rows/sections are covered at PNC Arts Center in New Jersey?
Any seat that you buy is in the covered area. The only part that is in the open are the lawn seats, which are the general admission seats. PNC is unique in the fact that the general admission and the seats are switched. But yeah, any ticket that actually gives you a seat and row will be in the enclosed area.
Do banks keep the funds for opening a checking accounts?
I have never heard of a bank charging you to open an account, that's ridiculous. You should look for another bank that doesn't. Lots don't have a minimum balance. However if they say it is a $25 fee to open an account that means they keep it. They are charging you a fee to do their job.
Once your money is in your bank account you can use it immediately.
Call your bank and ask them. They most likely have many different types of accounts so they are the only ones who can answer your question about charges although I have never heard of a charge for making a deposit.
What's the best bank to start a savings and checking account at for a college freshman?
There is no best bank, best credit union, or best bank account, Lisa. You need to look at the totality of the each bank’s or credit union’s services, accounts, and fees. Every bank and credit union offers several accounts with different features and different fees. Some banks and credit unions may have low overdraft fees, but high fees in other areas. Some accounts waive all fees if you maintain a minimum balance. The minimum balance varies from institution to institution. For example Bank of America in Dallas, Texas sets its minimum balance for its checking accounts at $5,000 to avoid monthly maintenance fees. Other accounts have a monthly fee, but no fee on each transaction. Other accounts have no monthly fee, but a fee for each transaction. ►All institutions are required to print a schedule of fees. Read each schedule carefully, especially the small print and the footnotes. ◄
Credit unions generally have lower fees and are friendlier to their depositors. This is because credit unions are owned by—and answer to—their depositors. Banks are owned by stockholders who view depositors as nothing more than a source of income.
Some banks have a large number of ATMs which you can use without a charge. Other banks have a charge for ATMs.
I suggest that you visit several banks and credit unions and speak to the customer service personnel. Bring a written list of questions which are important to YOU. Find out the features and charges of each of their accounts. Find out how many ATMs are available, and whether there is a service charge for using the ATM.
Make sure you get everything in writing. Do not accept anything the customer service person tells you verbally.
Can my friend who works for a bank see my account information?
The simple answer might be yes or it might be no.
Yes, he could conceivably have access to your account provided he knows your account number, SSAN, or debit card number. Or even just keying in the wrong numbers.
But NO, it's highly unlikely he'd ever get to your account nor would he probably know it's your account unless you make the phone call, get him on the line, and give him your account information.
And frankly, banks record every conversation, knowing who serviced which customer.
So if your friend should get into your account he may have to explain why to his superiors. INTEGRITY rates really high in a bank.
Bottom line: don't sweat the small stuff. It's 1 in 10 million chance he'd ever get to your account. If he gets to it on purpose, without your permission, he's gonna be drawing unemployment.
What do i look for in a bank when opening a savings account?
For a savings account there are three considerations:
1. The institution should be FDIC insured. This is nearly always the case but I mention it anyway because it is important these days with banks failing left and right.
2. Convenience. If you select a physical bank it should be near you. But you could also select an online bank. That may or may not be convenient depending on how easy it is for you to make deposits and withdrawals.
3. Interest rate. Right now banks are paying ridiculously low interest rates. But still, some are way better than others. The online banks pay more because in general they have lower cost of doing business. If you do not need to access the money in your account for months or perhaps even years, consider a CD instead of a savings account, it will earn more interest. But you will have to start with a savings account to accumulate the money you will need to open a CD.
How to search and apply for teller positions of bank job?
you MIGHT try temporary hire companies and see about hiring out as an office "temp". Often companies need someone for only a short time and may be looking to put you in and sometimes the jobs turn into full time jobs.
I'm not sure if this is common with the banking industries, but it's something you MIGHT look into. There's accountemps - they hire out this stuff. God Speed!
How to cash a personal check without having a bank account?
Your best option on the personal check is to go to a branch of the bank it is written from if that is possible.
Second, open an account somewhere, though you will have to wait a few days for the funds to be available.
Third, the check cashing services, if no other option, they do charge about 2 to 5% fee for cashing the checks.
How to hide recent purchases from PNC Bank website?
First of all, the dollar sign goes BEFORE the numbers.
You're supposed to learn this in second grade.
You can't hide the purchase on the bank records.
And I hope she kicks your ass you fucking little thief.
Can you bring a digital camera to the pnc bank arts center in holmdel nj?
usually events will allow cameras, but not professional cameras. Its common
To sneak in a common small digital camera.
-tape it to your leg under pants
-hide it in a bag
To sneak in a DSLR
-take off the lens and give it to a friend to sneak in, while you sneak in the body.
-hide it in a bag
... really depends on security
How early should I get to PNC Bank Arts Center with lawn seats?
What my friends and I are doing for the Fray Concert tomorrow, we're leaving early hoping to get there around 5:45 (doors open at 5:30). So if you want to get really good seats you might want to show up a little before the doors open
Yes you can. Your bank will help you when you take them in to deposit it but all you do is make it out to cash and sign it when you get to your bank.
There are no fees for depositing traveler's checks because its like you depositing a regular check.
There is a fee for purchasing traveler's checks but that fee depends on where you buy it from. (usually 2-3% of your purchase amount)
How can I contact someone at PNC bank regarding a forclosured home?
Contact a branch and ask for the loss mitigation department, it probably isn't at a local branch, but rather at a corporate office. The vat majority of lenders won't deal with the public regarding their REOs, they list them with Realtors.