10 Reasons to Consider Using Online Banking to Help Manage Your Finances

From checking balances to transferring money and paying bills, there are many ways you can maintain your finances using online tools.

09/30/2015

Online Banking

The Internet is definitely changing the way we live. It has quickly become the choice method of communication for many. It has also become a major factor in the financial lives of millions. Using the Internet to interact with your bank can help simplify your financial affairs. Here are ten reasons to consider using online banking:
 

  1. You can pay your bills online.  North Shore Bank offers convenient bill paying services. With these services, paying your bills just takes a mouse click. Take a tour of bill pay’s benefits.
  2. You can apply for many types of loans online.  Applying for a loan online is often easier than filling out paper forms.  You may even get approved faster.  However, some types of loans may still require the paperwork.
  3. You can review your account activity and know your up-to-date balances.  It is easy to see which checks have cleared and monitor your balances.
  4. You can transfer funds between your accounts easily.  Knowing how much money you have in each account can enable you to move money to other accounts to earn higher rates on certain funds.
  5. It can be cheaper.  Online bill paying eliminates the costs of stamps and ordering checks.  Avoiding trips to the bank saves gasoline and parking fees.
  6. You can save time.  You can bank whenever and wherever you want.  All you need is a PC with Internet access or your smart phone using our free mobile app.
  7. You can get up-to-date rates.  Checking out the current rates on CDs, savings accounts and loans is fast and easy using our free mobile app or visiting our website.
  8. It is safe.  Our online banking activities use highly sophisticated encryption devices to ensure safety and privacy.  Your access code (or PIN number) should be guarded carefully.
  9. You can receive valuable information.  You can set up free eAlerts to keep you fully informed about your balances and stay up-to-date on current interest rates.
  10. You can learn how to make better-informed financial decisions.  Visit northshorebank.com where we have sections of our website dedicated to providing useful financial education.
 
You owe it to yourself to consider the benefits of having an online relationship with North Shore BankView our Online Banking Demo to learn more about our Online Banking tools and sign up.

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