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Maintaining a minimum balance, using your debit card a specific number of times each month and paying your bills online are just a few of the requirements attached to a high-yield checking account. To choose which checking...Read more
Like karaoke night at your favorite bar, new banking fees have a way of making even longtime customers head for the exits. A September 2012 poll conducted as part of Bankrate's Financial Security Index found that 72 percent...Read more
Every generation has a nickname -- sometimes more than one. The baby boomers. The millennials. The Snapchat Generation. Generation X. The Silent Generation. The groupings are overgeneralizations, often lumping together disparate...Read more
For banks and credit unions, students are good for business. When a high school or college student opens a checking account at a financial institution, there's a good chance he or she will be a customer for life. To provide...Read more
2014 Credit Union Survey
Credit unions stand their ground on free checking, while it has declined at banks.