Are You Ready to Start Saving in 2013?

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by on December 17, 2012

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

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Have you checked out ableBanking yet? With the New Year right around the corner, now is a great to set your new resolutions, including make sure that you have a good savings plan. As I mentioned last week, ableBanking is a new online only savings bank that has a goal of helping customers save in a truly different way. And even though it is a new bank, it is a division of the Northeast Bank based in Maine (since 1872), so you can know that it has a strong foundation.

Not only will you find better rates (almost ten times the national average) at ableBanking because they don’t have overhead costs, no fees, and FDIC insured deposits, you’ll also find that this bank helps you give back. We all have causes that we are passionate about – from food banks to non-profit schools to senior centers. When you open an account with ableBanking, they give $25 to the charity of your choice (501c3) and then each year on the anniversary of your account, they give .25% of your average balance to the charity.

Finding a charity that you can support is easy by visiting the ableBanking website and doing a quick search. I found several charities that I would love to support and I’m sure you’ll find at least one, too.

When you are able to save more, you’ll be able to give more – and that is exactly what ableBanking wants to help you do. As you research more about ableBanking, you can also find them at @ableBanking and ableBanking Facebook.

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