Advanced Investment Strategies for Checking
Opening a checking account is not necessarily as simple as it might seem. There are enough choices offered that consumers may be unsure about what kind of checking account to choose. Here's a handy five-question guide to making that decision.
Checking accounts that don't pay interest are guaranteed by the FDIC regardless of the amount deposited. This will change at the end of the year. Will that hurt smaller banks?
You can get a checking account without undergoing a credit check. Here are some tips for finding a no credit check checking account.
Contrary to what would seem logical, many checking accounts now pay deposit holders better interest rates than comparable savings accounts. How and why?
Remember when banks used to give you a new toaster oven when you opened up a checking account? These days, banks are giving out better gifts, including cold hard cash, to new customers.
Keeping large amounts of money in a checking account may not earn you high interest rates. But the importance of liquidity is not to be underestimated.
Mortgage rates have risen dramatically, but interest rates paid on checking accounts have not necessarily followed suit. What's going on here and when might this dynamic change?
Online bank deals today include banks that will pay sign-up bonus for opening a new checking account or savings account.
We live in an express-line society: we want money, goods, and services to be quickly and easily accessible. Conveniences like debit cards and online accounts can seem like the lifelines which make this all possible, but they can also come at a price. You need to protect yourself--and your checking account--by knowing some of the realities of identity theft and bank fees.