Incentives for Opening Savings or Checking Accounts?

Answer Savings accounts are accounts that customers use to store funds for the long term. Banks do not offer the same withdrawal features in savings accounts that they do with checking. Checking accounts ... Read More »

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Can Probate Freeze Your Savings & Checking Accounts?

When a person dies, his estate often goes through probate before heirs can receive their inheritances. Probate is a legal process in which the court examines the estate's assets, requires the execu... Read More »

Bank Checking Account Incentives?

Banks are on street corners in almost every city. There are dozens of personal banking options, and banks compete to entice customers to open accounts at their institution. As a result, the days of... Read More »

Incentives for Opening a Bank Account?

If you are in the market to open your first checking account or are not pleased with your current bank, it is worth looking around at the array of incentives and special rewards that banks offer yo... Read More »

Are checking accounts insured as saving accounts are?

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) insures all bank checking and savings accounts up to $250,000. However, the coverage amount is subject to change in January 2014, according to the F... Read More »