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cause checking account is more safe

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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




A savings account may pay higher interest rate than a checking account. Also, you don't have bounced checks, and NSF fees, normally.


Most checking accounts have no fees. Savings account has more fees than checking accounts because of the higher interest yields available in a savings account.


Savings accounts usually have higher interest earning rates as the money is more stable than a checking account whose balance fluctuates with income and expenses.


It's easier to spend the money in a checking account.


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.


Savings account has a higher interest rate than a checking account


"A high interst checking account is a type of checking account that earns interest. Usually these accounts have higher interest than a regular checking account, but not as high as a savings account."


A savings bank account is an account that is designed to store savings. You cannot draw money out of it using a debit card or checks, but it pays a higher interest rate than a checking account.


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


A full-time babysitting job would pay better than the yield on a savings account even if you had $100000 in the account.


Actually it is the other way round. The interest rate paid out on a savings account is generally more than that paid out on a checking account. Checking accounts offer very little or no interest at all in most countries whereas savings account offer a small interest rate.


You can spend your money without having to withdraw cash first.


A checking account is typically used for the active transfer of money, whether this is money going in (as in a paycheck) or coming out (withdrawals, purchases). Meanwhile, Savings accounts are typically used for putting money in without necessarily withdrawing money out. Savings accounts pay you interest, while few checking accounts give anything at all- in fact, many checking accounts charge a monthly maintenance fee just to use them. Of course, withdrawals and transfers from a savings account are limited by law, while checking accounts have no restrictions on the number or types of transactions.


No, CD rates are higher, but you cannot withdraw the funds as easily as a bank savings account.


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.


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.


The exact number of checking accounts is unconfirmed, but over 200,000,000 Americans have at least one checking account. As of 2013, more than 13.5 million Americans also had a Health Savings Account. Around 7.7 percent of Americans do not have any kind of bank account.


No she can't as a matter of fact without his written permission she can't even get general information about that account. This is what I found to be amazing, if this couple has a joint savings account, but the husband's name is the only one on the checking account, he is the only one that can legally transfer money from the savings account to the checking account. It also works this way if there is a joint checking account and money needs to be transferred from the joint checking account, to the savings account with only the husband's name on it, he is the only one that can move money from one account to the other. I am a bank manager and I know this is more information than you asked for, but when I have to explain this to couples, it often leads to a very heated discussion between them in my office. I live in Virginia and I can only answer for Virginia. I hope you found this answer helpful.


Banks will offer checking account deals to lure in new customers. The deals can be anything from better than normal interest rates, bonus amounts in your account or bonus add-ons to your account.


The purpose of a checking account statement, or any type of account statement for that matter, is to keep track of your account and make sure that no fraudulent activity is happening without your knowledge. Better to be safe than sorry!


Having both a checking and savings account is often a good idea. A checking account is designed to help you deal with the cash inflows and outflows to run your life (writing checks, ATM/cash cards, automated bil payments). A savings account will pay interest on the money in it. There may be restricitons on how you can access your money in the account -- this allows the bank to pay you a higher interest rate. A bank or credit union usually has a range of accounts or set of acounts that will meet your needs. There are hybrid accounts that allow you to earn interest and write checks, have an ATM card, etc. A separate savings account can help you manage your money buy removing it from the one you use for your regular expenditures (you will be less likely to spend it!).


Because they earn a higher interest rate than savings accounts. The interest on CD's is atleast 2-3% higher than savings accounts. On the downside, the money in your CD is not as liquid as your savings account and your bank may charge you a penalty if you withdraw the money before maturity date.



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