Maximize your checking: Compare high-yield checking accounts, no-fee checking accounts and more.
You have options to deposit your physical checks and enroll in direct deposit.
High-yield checking accounts earn outsize interest, often from smaller institutions.
Not all checking accounts are created equal.
Learn about the benefits of having multiple accounts and what to look for.
If you pay checking fees, it’s money draining out of your account. Here’s how to avoid them.
Nearly 99 percent of banks impose a fee if you use an ATM that’s not in your bank’s network.
Interest-bearing checking accounts have a high minimum balance, and a miserly rate.
Banks are inflating their bottom line by hiking fees. Use our study to find the right account for you.
Traditional banks are getting in on the act, but the benefits still tip in favor of online banks.
After bouncing a check, it makes sense to call the payee once funds are available in your account.
A step-by-step guide to choosing the best checking account for your needs.
Banks have the right to make "reasonable" requests when trying to verify identification.
A bank is not responsible for enforcing the terms of a restrictive endorsement of a check.
Separate account relationships is the best way to protect Social Security deposits from garnishment.