ableBanking: Giving Back to Your Charities

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by on December 6, 2012

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of ableBanking. All opinions are 100% mine.

Earlier this week I mentioned ableBanking and how it is a new online only savings bank that has a goal of helping customers save in a truly different way. Not only can you save more with better rates and no fees, they also offer a service that is much different from from other banks. They help you give back where it matters most to you.

ableBanking gives $25 when you become a customer to any charity (501c3) that you choose. The great part is that you don’t have to choose from just a few charities on one of their lists because you are able to pick any charity that has special meaning to you. Plus, each year on the anniversary of when you first opened your account, they will give an additional .25% of your average balance that year to your charity (they call this the “able anniversary”). Of course, you can always add more to your donation if you want, too. This makes it very easy to set up and keep track of your donations when tax time rolls around.

Just like how they don’t have to spend on overhead costs since they are an online savings bank, they also don’t spend money on billboards, stadiums, or TV ads. That savings trickles to customers with good rates and with giving back to the charities that are important to their customers.

As you research more about ableBanking, you can also find them at @ableBanking and ableBanking Facebook.

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