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  • The Internet has made banking a lot easier. Just about every bank allows you to check your account and make transactions online.

    Automate Your Finances

    Online banking allows you to automate a lot of your financial transactions. Here are some possibilities:

    • Automatic Deposit. You can have your pay automatically deposited into your account. Most employers offer this service. It’s a good idea, because you won’t have to wait in line at the bank every time you get paid.
    • Direct Debit. You can organise for your bank to make automatic contributions to certain bills. Some of the businesses you deal with will offer you a discount if you choose to use it. This can be a great convenience, but be careful. If your cash flow is irregular, an automatic payment could kick in when you don’t have enough funds, causing you to be penalised.
    • Automatic Transfer. If you’re trying to maintain a savings routine, consider having a certain amount of your pay or account balance transferred into savings or an investment fund. It’s generally easy to set up either online or at your local branch.
    • Automate Your Records. Many online banking services are compatible with financial management software. You can have your account records imported regularly, and make balancing your budget quick and easy.

    Bank From Anywhere.
    With online banking, you can pay your bills and manage your accounts while at home. Or you can do it from anywhere in the world. Wherever you have an internet connection, you have the ability to work with your money.