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Almost everyone I know enjoys a delicious chicken cutlet, some pasta with meatballs and fried dough. What do all of these items have in common? They will be featured at First Friday Poughkeepsie’s San Gennaro event at Dongan Square Park on October 5th.
What’s your spending preference, cash or debit card? There are positives to using both:
With a debit card, there is the convenience of having transaction records that are tied to your checking account. Your bank can provide these to you through electronic statements (estatements) paper statements, or online banking. (Find information on our services here: online banking). You can always make mental notes who and where you pay with cash or maintain your own transaction records, but your bank will only have record of your initial cash withdrawal. For those who like to have electronic history of their purchases without the hassle of balancing a checkbook, debit cards can be the way to go. It’s also worth noting that debit cards are essential for online purchases, such as booking a flight or hotel reservation. Furthermore, debit cards give spenders the purchasing ability without carrying around cash or change, which can be bulky in a wallet. Some spenders prefer to never visit the ATM and use their debit card for nearly all purchases.
While we still want to get every ounce of summertime fun we can, it’s not too early to look ahead to fall, a time of year that really allows the Hudson Valley to shine in all its splendor! If you’re looking for something to do or see this fall, we’ve got five (5) great ideas you may enjoy!
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