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This depends entirely on what it is that you want the account for. If you're trying to gain interest on your money, probably a savings account is better, but by how much depends on the bank and the rates they are giving you. If you mainly want an easy way to store and spend money, a checking account is probably the way to go.

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Well first of all a checking account is much better than a savings account and that is how it is better


Both Checking Accounts and Savings Accounts are basic types of bank accounts provided by banks to their customers. The difference is: a. There are limitations on the number of trasactions that can be performed in a savings account on a per month basis whereas for checking accounts there are no limitations b. The interest rate offered by banks on savings account is much higher than what is offered on checking accounts because banks offer almost no interest in them


At Citibank, a customer needs to only supply $100 to open a savings account with and they don't even need to have a preexisting checking account with the bank.


When I know how much the trip will cost, I will transferthe funds from savings to the checking account.


You can have no money and still keep it open. Bank of America doesn't care if it doesn't have any money in it . If your savings account is linked to your checking account then it should be fine.


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Benefits for interest savings accounts include having quick access to money in case of an emergency. Although, saving accounts don't make much interests now a days having money in a savings account making interest is better than a checking account not making any interest.


If you had overdraft protection that linked the two accounts, then yes.


"Whidbey Island bank requires you to make a deposit of 100 dollars to open a checking account with them. If you are opening a savings account, you must deposit at least 150 dollars."


Impossible to know unless you have his checking account information.


An overdraft protection fee is a fee assessed to your account when: 1. You have set up overdraft protection for your checking account, usually in the form of a savings account or line of credit/credit card; and 2. You spend more money than you have in your checking account. Overdraft protection transfers money from the linked savings account or line of credit/credit card in order to pay for the expenses that you did not have enough money for in your checking account. There is a fee for this transfer, but it is usually much less - sometimes a savings of 50% - than an insufficient funds fee, which you receive when you spend more money than you have and do not have overdraft protection.


You can find the best savings account if you don't have much money at www.best-savingsaccount.com. Another good site is www.moneysavingexpert.com/savings/


Actually there are no disadvantages of having a savings account. Saving money is a good habit and keeping it in a bank account is even better because it will earn you an interest. The only downside is that the interest earned in a savings account is much much lesser than a fixed deposit but nonetheless the money is liquid and you can take it anytime you want, which isn't the case with a fixed deposit.


Savings account limits and rates are varied and much information can be found online that will help people find a savings account that best suits their need.


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Well, if it was in a checking account, they would probably be charging you $4 a month. In a savings account it would probably earn between 1.5 and 3 % which would be $2.50 to $5 a month.


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