Consumer purchasing power is more diverse than ever, with Asian consumers as central drivers of seasonal spending. As you prepare your holiday shopping list, and your budget, remember, a little bit of planning can go a long way to achieving a financially healthy holiday season.
Buying a home is one of the most important purchases you will make in your lifetime, and the pressure is mounting for those looking to buy right now, with home prices fluctuating and mortgage rates at their highest levels in over a decade.
Getting your first paycheck is an exciting experience and an opportunity to kickstart your financial journey.
When you think about your financial clutter, the first thing that comes to mind is probably a pile of receipts and bills sitting in a drawer somewhere in your home.
But what about your digital clutter?
Savings is a foundational piece to financial health since research has found that unexpected expenses, like car repairs, can become a hardship when people don’t have access to emergency savings funds.
By Juliet Fang NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY As the current branch manager for Chase Bank in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District (CID), Leslie Holland can be found overseeing the growth of the bank, ensuring her team provides equitable services to the district’s diverse clientele, or grabbing boba from nearby tea shops with her co-workers. “It’s a very exciting […]
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Chase and other financial institutions issue hundreds of credit cards to consumers every day. Most people carry one or more, and they are heavily used for holiday shopping.
Sponsored content from JPMorgan Chase & Co. A year into the pandemic, many people have experienced changes in how they manage their money. With different spending needs and, in some cases changes in income—balancing budgets, saving, and monitoring credit have become top of mind, as underscored by our recent Digital Banking Attitudes study. “No matter […]
For many people, the first step to buying a home is saving up for their down payment. It can feel like a difficult goal when you first start saving, even if you don’t plan on buying for years. But there are a few things you can do to help speed up the process. Here are a few tips to help you start saving for your new home.