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Compare Savings Account Options
There are a variety of savings products that can help put your money to work for you. We have information and a comparison table to help you compare savings accounts.
Advantages of Having a Savings Account
Establishing a savings account and developing good money habits are some of the first steps in preparing for financial goals during times of uncertainty.
Difference Between Checking and Savings Accounts
The difference between a checking and savings account can seem confusing. Huntington is here to help you understand the differences between a checking and a savings account and how both could help you manage your finances.
Understanding FDIC Insurance
Curious what FDIC insurance is and why some bank accounts include it while others do not? We can help you understand FDIC insurance and how it can be reassuring if your money is protected by the FDIC.
Low Interest Rates
Learn more about what it means when The Federal Reserve sets a low interest rate, and how your personal finances may be affected.
Savings Accounts with Compound Interest Explained
Understanding compound interest can help you earn as much as possible on the money you save. Simply put, compound interest puts your money to work for you.
Tips on How to Save Money
It can seem difficult to save money – you have bills to pay, and like many Americans you may be living paycheck to paycheck. Here are ten tips on how to save money that you can take to the bank.
Seven Tricks to Save Money Every Month
The unconscious spending you do in the age of one-click buying and $4 coffees can add up, and can even be a significant contributor to debt. Here are a few ideas to transform your spending habits.
What to Do with a Tax Refund and What to Avoid
Are you wondering what to do with your tax refund? Learn some options with Huntington Bank to help get the most out of your tax return this year.
Family Savings: Creating a Family Budget
Organize your family budget with these tips from Huntington. Learn about savings account options for your household and set goals for your monthly expenses and savings.
Should You Pay Off Your Debts or Save Money First?
Learn if it's better to pay off your debt or save money. Understand the benefits and considerations of each, when one should be prioritized, and tips for doing both at the same time.
Digital Tool Uses Spending Habits to Find Savings
Money Scout® analyzes your spending habits, then automatically moves small amounts of money from your checking to your savings account.
Automation Can Help You Save More Money
If you’re finding it hard to save, automated saving and payment settings can help. Digital tools that can remember to save money for you can help you stay on track during uncertain times, while also helping to build an emergency fund for the next unexpected surprise.
Five Ways to Save Money For Your Next Vacation
Vacation time seems a long way off until suddenly it arrives—and that’s when prices can be the highest and the trip becomes painfully expensive. Here are some simple steps to maximize the fun and help minimize the financial stress.
10 Tips to Save Money on Groceries
You may be grocery shopping this year a lot more than last. Here’s how to help cut the costs and save money on your groceries.
Save More Money From Your Paycheck
As we’ve all adjusted to new routines, work wardrobes, and physical interactions, it may also be a good time to re-evaluate your budget. Here are seven tips that can help you save money without leaving the house.
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Money Scout® - Your Automatic Savings Tool
Money Scout® is a service mark of Huntington Bancshares Incorporated.
† Money Scout automatically schedules transfers from your selected checking account and credits your selected savings account. A money market account (MMA) cannot be a selected savings account for use with Money Scout. A scheduled transfer may be canceled before midnight ET on the day it is scheduled. Transfer amounts and frequency may vary and will reduce the money available in your account to cover other transactions. You are responsible for ensuring your account has sufficient funds. You may be charged overdraft fees if your account falls below $0. Subject to eligibility, terms and conditions, and other account agreements.