Checks are a convenient way to pay for not only rent and bills, but daily goods. Even as electronic payment options are on the rise, many people are rediscovering the ease of using checkbooks instead of relying on technology and cash.
Even though you probably only write checks a few times per month, it is still important to have them on hand. Some people are worried about the initial cost of checks, but often a book of checks costs less than the average cashier’s check from your bank. The book of checks gives you far more transactions, but you should plan ahead and order checks before you will need them.
CheckWorks has always looked for ways to make personal checks more affordable for the average person. That dedication is continuing today, as we release our new line of free shipping checks, perfect for the average household. These personal checks, available in smaller quantities, are a convenient way for the occasional check writer to save time and money.
Giving money for Christmas is one way to make sure everyone gets what they want. Handing out cash, however, is not as fun as unwrapping a gift to see what is inside.Continue reading
As you consider ways to prepare your college student for back-to-school, you might be wondering about how to equip them to handle their finances. Although it might not be the first thing that comes to mind, personal checks might be the way to go.
Your money personality dictates the way you do a lot of things: the way you spend, how you pay, and even the kinds of checks you might want to use!
Despite what some people might think, checks are still part of our lives. What has probably changed tremendously is the way we deposit these checks into our bank accounts. Today, you can snap a photo of your check and use mobile depositing apps to add money to your bank account in less than five minutes.
In today’s digital world, you may think checks are a thing of the past. When in reality, the truth couldn’t be farther away from that. For more than one transaction, it might be best to use a check instead of electronic alternatives.
They say that distance makes the heart grow fonder, but when it comes to Valentine’s Day it sure doesn’t make things easier. Dinner over Zoom just doesn’t offer the same intimacy and a shared movie alone in your separate spaces is, well, lonely.
On Friday, February 12, 2021, the Lunar New Year begins. You will soon be putting up red lanterns, cut-outs, and paintings adorned with the image of the rat to ward off evil and to encourage longevity, health, and peace.