50 to 57% of college students get some sort of financial help from their parents. In addition to helping with the typical college expenses like tuition, books, housing and food, many students rely on their parents to help them out when urgent situations come up.
When it comes to splitting expenses this school year, you don’t need to write a check, withdraw cash from an ATM or make a trip to the bank. Zelle® makes it fast, safe and easy to share costs, send and receive money when you’re in college.
Summer is here and that means one thing to me: Baseball.
One of my favorite things to do is round up a group of friends and head out to AT&T Park in San Francisco or hop on BART to the Oakland Coliseum to catch a Friday night ball game. There’s not much that beats being under the lights in a packed stadium with good friends, cold beverages and watching America’s pastime. Oh, and hot dogs. It’s not baseball without hotdogs.
Whether a grad is preparing for college, pursuing more school or starting a new job, money is always a great gift to give. In fact, the NRF reports cash will be the most popular gift for those high school and college graduates, with an estimated 55% of those surveyed saying they plan to gift money.
Whether it’s your friend, brother, partner or even the coworker who went above and beyond to help you meet a deadline, thoughtful gestures can mean a lot.
While there are a number of ways to show someone you’re thinking about them, one easy way is to use Zelle®. A sweet note with a few bucks is a fast and easy way to let someone in your life know you care.
Lindsey displayed that note inside of a glass frame with her cosmetology license next to the curling iron on her station. The friendly reminder caught my eye as I sat waiting in the chair, black cape draped over me, waiting for her to mix up a palette of warm colors to paint my hair with.
“So what have you been up to lately, girl? What’s new with you?” Lindsey asked.