Wednesday, February 9

Online Banking Growing Rapidly, Survey Finds

Well, this isn't very surprising. I've been managing all of my finances online for years. Despite the fact that paper bills waste unnecessary paper, who wants to keep track of all of that paperwork? When I was in college, keeping papers in easy-to-find places was near impossible (dorm rooms are notorious for being small, student-sized black holes), so I banked online just to save myself from keeping track of physical objects. Now, I just do it because it's easier. Pretty much the only checks I actually write anymore are for rent. However, if my apartment complex had an easy means to transfer funds online I would do it in a heartbeat.

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