Enough is Enough Bank of America recently decided to charge $12 for checking accounts to people who have a balance under $1,500. 70% of Americans have less than $1,000 in their account – think about the impact. Two facts make this decision especially disgusting. It targets customers who are already in financially tight […]
"It didn't take long to realize I was missing out on the ability to earn up to 200 times the annual interest rate of my commercial bank..."
If you’ve been lucky enough to not have any complaints with your megabank, then why mess up a good thing, right? Well, we don’t totally agree.
Don't worry; fee stings aren't fatal — just painful. The good news is that it's possible to live a full and happy life without ever feeling the fire of another fee sting.
Consumers have been wrongly led to believe that earning competitive rates on checking is not an option anymore. But there are high interest accounts out there, and every month you don’t, you’re leaving money on the table.
When you're shopping around for a new savings account, how do you know which are really offering the best deal? To identify the best savings account, you need to go into your search with an idea of what's normal.