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   What are Checking Accounts?

A checking account is a type of money account provided by banks and other financial institutions to empower businesses and individuals. Since the modernization of banks and evolution of financial tools, checks have been the first faculties of transactions between businesses. Checking accounts allow account holder to deposit or withdraw money via checks instead of cash. Like a personal saving... More Info
   What are Saving Accounts?

Savings accounts are accounts maintained by retail financial institutions that pay interest but can not be used directly as money ( for example, by writing a check). These accounts let customers set aside a portion of their liquid assets while earning a monetary return. Savings accounts are offered by commercial banks, savings and loan associations, credit unions, building societies and... More Info
   Banking Bank Accounts and Earning Interest Lessons

SAVINGS ACCOUNTS OVERVIEW When saving your money, you will be placing money in many different types of savings instruments, including very safe and stable investments vehicles. This is especially true for money that you are going to need in the short-term (as compared to long-term investments, such as buying a house). This category includes bank savings accounts and money market mutual... More Info
   Top Reward Checking Rates Back To 4 Percent

Randolph Bank’s run at the top of our rankings of the best nationally available high-yield checking accounts didn’t last long. “Due to overwhelming volume, we have restricted our Extra-Mile Choice high interest checking account to residents in North Carolina only,” the bank says in a new notice on its Web site. We’re gratified that savers who have already signed up... More Info
    Five Failed Banks Closed On July 30

re in four states Florida, Georgia, Washington and Oregon and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. immediately sold their deposits and branches to other banks. Those branches reopened this morning under the management of their new owners The failed banks are: LibertyBank, of Eugene, Ore., which was sold to Home Federal Bank, which is based in Nampa, Idaho. Cowlitz Bank, of Longview,... More Info
   High Interest Rates Make Your Money Grow

An iGOchecking account is an online money management account that offers you a competitive interest rate, security and accessibility. With iGOchecking, you have easy access to your funds online, and the liquidity you need to pay your bills quickly and securely. An iGOchecking account also offers the following features: Enhanced money management with its Bill Pay and Presentment tool -... More Info
   BBT Personal Checking Account

All personal checking accounts include:  FREE online banking with bill payment  FREE mobile banking and alerts1  FREE debit cardwith cash rewards BB&T BrightBankingTM APPLY NOW Checking for everyone Waived maintenance fee with Direct Deposit2 Available Overdraft Protection options3 BB&T StudentBanking APPLY NOW Checking for young adults through... More Info
   Open a Rockland Trust High Yield checking account to get $50 Bonus

Start Earning 2.00% APY1 with High Yield Checking! Our High Yield Checking Account has it all! It starts with a bonus rate of 2% APY1 on all balances over $5,000. Then we give you everything you need to get your account going such as free checks and a complimentary safe deposit box. Add in our convenience services of free ATM transactions nationwide2, free Gold DebitMasterCard, free Online... More Info
   American Express Bank High Yield Saving Accounts

High-Yield savings from American Express Open a High-Yield Savings Account from Personal Savings from American Express and let your money start working for you. Earn an attractive rate of interest, with no minimum balance requirement. Flexible account access allows you to withdraw your funds easily or leave them in and watch them grow. Product Information FDIC insurance: Deposit... More Info
   Melrose Regains Lead In 2-Year CD Rates

NewDominion Bank cut the return on its 24-month CDs just a little today. But it was enough to bump the small North Carolina bank from the top of our rankings of the best 24-month CD rates. NewDominion is now paying 2.00% APY, down from 2.05% APY, with a $3,000 minimum deposit. That allowed Melrose Credit Union, which continues to offer 2.02% APY with a $5,000 minimum deposit, to retake the... More Info


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