With the dawn of mass internet access has also come online banking. Online banks are generally able to offer higher interest rates than brick and mortar banks for a simple reason - buildings cost money. Online banks, which don’t have a storefront, are able to pass on that savings to customers in the form of interest.
As with just about everything so far this year, COVID-19 has thrown a wrench in traditional Independence Day celebrations. While our typical 4th of July festivities include extended family BBQs, an Independence Day breakfast through our church, and sparklers, none of these things are occurring this year.
So, here’s a peek into how Mr. and Mrs. FB are handling this state of affairs.
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