You can’t do a job right on social networks.
And if you’re a millennial, you’re not sure if your bank is in good shape.
Here are seven tips for managing your bank accounts on social platforms.1.
Get a personal banker account and a bank account that’s linked to your employer2.
Limit the number of friends you have online.
If you don’t have a bank, a personal bank account might help you.
It’s a way to get paid for your time and money, so it’s less likely to cause a problem.3.
If a friend’s account is being used for other purposes, it’s best to limit it.
“When people make money online, they don’t want people to be able to make money on their personal accounts,” says David Tarrant, senior editor at Bankrate.com.
“That’s a really big part of the problem.”4.
Know what you can and can’t say on social.
The most common mistake people make is talking about themselves on Facebook.
When you’re talking about your bank, you should always be explicit about what you’re doing.
You can also limit the amount of friends or people you’re allowed to say you have.5.
Don’t use the same account twice.
If your employer has two personal accounts, that’s okay, but don’t make a habit of using the same one.
You might just make it harder to find out what’s going on.6.
Check to see if your account has been suspended.
If the account hasn’t been suspended, check your account history for any activity that suggests you might have violated terms of service.
If there’s a notice to account for this activity, you may need to contact the bank.7.
Don�t ask your friends for money.
When it comes to money, don�t give it to people you don�ts know.
“If you want to give money to someone, don’t ask them to donate it,” says Tarrants advice.
“The bank may say that’s not legal, but that�s not really helpful.”