Benefits Of Online Banking

Online banking is among the recent trends in the finance world. More and more people are shifting from the traditional banking because of all the benefits that it offers. You can do nearly everything that you normally would through traditional banking systems and a lot more. Examples include transfers of funds, checking your statements, and making payments for online purchases among many others. Below are some top benefits that come with online banking.

Top benefits of using online banking

Convenience

Online banking is much more convenient compared to other forms of banking. It allows you to access your account from anywhere in the world at any time of the day or night. You only need your smartphone or a computer to make any transaction. This means that even when you travel overseas, you can still control your account without any limitations. In fact, you can even automate a few things such as paying your bills to avoid the fines that accrue with late payments.

Another form of convenience is seen in the fact that you do not have to wait in long bank queues. You get to transact from the comfort of your office or home. You also save time and money that you would otherwise use for commuting to the bank to make transactions.

Good security


One of the major concern that any client would have over where he keeps his money is security. Online banks take all the possible security measures to ensure that your money and personal details stay secured at all times. There are many features which are set in place to ensure that no one can access your account without your authorization.

Easy organization

Thanks to the online banking platform, you can now do all your banking without having to deal with all the paperwork. It means no longer having to deal with lost cheques, paper bills and such as you can do it online. You can also store all the records of your transactions in digital form online. Digital form makes it a lot easier to sort out and systematically organize data, without too much hustle. Accessing the records is also quite easy but only if you have the proper authorization.

Quick alerts

Online banking makes it possible to get notifications and alerts in real time. This means that nothing can happen to your account without your knowledge. It also ensures that you get news and updates on new products and features that your bank may launch, on time.…

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California Desert Coalition (CDC): Stop LADWP Green Path North

 

Does this Green Path North route look familiar?

Read post-meeting analysis
of David Nahai’s presentation at Yucca Valley

Green Path North is a proposed power corridor of 500-kilovolt transmission lines that the Los Angeles Department of Water & Power wants to carve through pristine desert and desert communities. 

LADWP’s favored route would slice through the Big Morongo Canyon Preserve ACEC, Pioneertown Mountains Preserve, undeveloped natural areas on public lands, and several Mojave Desert communities. Starting in Desert Hot Springs, massive power poles and power lines would march across the desert, impacting the communities of Morongo Valley, Yucca Valley, Pioneertown, Pipes Canyon, Flamingo Heights, Landers, Johnson Valley, Lucerne Valley, and Apple Valley, as LADWP cuts its so-called “Green Path” to Hesperia.

We need your help. You may be a resident of an affected community facing devaluation of your home and property, the threat of eminent domain, economic impacts, and a diminishing of your quality of life. You may be an environmentalist concerned with the devastation the power lines would wreak on endangered species, the disruption of wildlife corridors and fragmentation of habitat, and the overall ungreenness of Green Path North. You may be an urban resident who visits the desert to unwind, enjoy beautiful vistas, starry nights, and peaceful surroundings.

 

Green Path North would affect us all and very unnecessarily. There are many alternatives to Green Path North. Help us fight the fight to preserve our natural legacy for now and for future generations.…

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