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Marcus by Goldman Sachs New & Existing Savings Customers: Deposit $10,000, Get EXPIRED

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Marcus by Goldman Sachs is offering New & Existing Online Savings Account Customers: Deposit $10,000 in New Funds to your online Savings Account and Get $100 Bonus when you enroll in the offer and maintain the balance for 90 days (see instructions below).

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Deal Instructions
  1. Click here to enroll in the offer
  2. Log in to your Marcus by Goldman Sachs Savings Account or open an account
  3. Deposit $10,000 (new funds) into your account within 10 calendar days of enrollment
    • Keep the funds, plus your current balance in your account for 90 days.
    • Enroll by February 12, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST
  4. The $100 Bonus will be deposited to your account within 14 days of completing the bonus requirements

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    • This account has an Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 0.50% as of January 17, 2021. APY may change at any time before or after account is opened. Maximum balance limits apply.
    • Each customer is limited to one bonus offer, which can only be applied to a single account.
    • Review the complete terms and conditions here.
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Just received email from Marcus by Goldman Sachs. Good for existing customers too. Deposit $10000 for $100 bonus. Current interest rate 0.5%. Need to keep balance for 90 days to be eligible. Effectively translate into 4.5% APR.

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Its sad that the Fed have kept rates so long and stock market risk so high that this is considered a deal Frown
If you make over $518,000, you'll have to pay 37% tax on this bonus. If you make closer to the median American household income of about $68k, you'll pay around 12% tax on this.

Here are the tax brackets so you can determine what your marginal rate on this would be: https://taxfoundation.org/2020-tax-brackets/
This is a deal because 90 day CDs are paying 0.4%

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Its sad that the Fed have kept rates so long and stock market risk so high that this is considered a deal Frown
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I get this message..

We're sorry!
There appears to be an issue with the offer. Please give us a call at 1-855-730-SAVE (1-855-730-7283) to continue.
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This is a deal because 90 day CDs are paying 0.4%
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How much approximately do I have to pay the tax when they send me the 1099 form for this $100 bonus? Nevermind, google says the tax is 40% of the bonus.
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How much approximately do I have to pay the tax when they send me the 1099 form for this $100 bonus?
How much money do you make?
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How much approximately do I have to pay the tax when they send me the 1099 form for this $100 bonus?
I believe it's based on the tax level of the individual. Safe to assume the average person will lose 25-30%.
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This is a deal because 90 day CDs are paying 0.4%
That's true--I opened a savings account with GS/Marcus on December 31 at .55% APR after checking out rates and yields for various maturities of CD's with BofA, my current bank.

Marcus' savings account interest rate (and there's no minimum as far as how long the account has to stay open) was .05% more than my current bank would pay me on 12 month CD or regular savings account, for that matter. Offer looks good to me as I have the funds to make an incremental deposit of $10K to qualify.
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Are you able to enroll online or calling in?
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I believe it's based on the tax level of the individual. Safe to assume the average person will lose 25-30%.
Correct, although if you live in a state with no personal income tax, the average person isn't in a 25% incremental tax bracket, probably less than that.
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How much approximately do I have to pay the tax when they send me the 1099 form for this $100 bonus? Nevermind, google says the tax is 40% of the bonus.
Depends on the tax bracket you are in.
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Are you able to enroll online or calling in?
I did online. Took 5 minutes.
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As previous customer,
Enrolled and xfrd in the money.
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