ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » Tracking spending, especially recurring spending, can influence people to better manage their finances. Banks and credit unions have the unique opportunity in this arena to help their customers achieve financial health.And they should.We’ll cover why people should track their recurring payments. Then, we’ll discuss why your financial institution should help them.Recurring Payments Add UpThe state of the American economy isn’t as rosy for blue collar workers as it is for the investing class. In fact, most Americans have less than $1,000 in savings.
His charges will have a run-out at the Aviva today, ahead of tomorrow’s World Cup warm-up game with Wales.Meanwhile some of the provinces will play pre-season friendlies this evening – Munster play host to London Irish at 7 o’clock in Irish Independent ParkIn Donnybrook Leinster take on Moseley while Ulster have made the trip to Edinburgh.
GLEED — Authorities say a man who claimed to find a body while digging in a barn near Yakima this week had long known it was there.The Yakima Herald-Republic reports that the man claimed to have found the body Tuesday in the barn in Gleed, northwest of Yakima.But the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office says the man is actually a suspect in the case and that he told his mother in November there might be a body in the barn.The mother relayed that information to authorities, but a cadaver dog failed to find anything at the time.An autopsy on Wednesday determined that the victim was at least 30 years old and had been shot to death. Authorities planned to try to identify him by using dental records.The sheriff’s office says there are at least two other persons of interest in the case.