Checking Account

Clusterstock  Apr 25  Comment 
Mark Cuban was crushed with overdraft fees in his 20s. Now he's backing an app that's trying to help people avoid having to pay them. The billionaire has invested in a new app called Dave that aims to predict coming expenses for users to help...
TechCrunch  Apr 25  Comment 
 Meet Dave: an AI dressed up in a bearsuit that’s just launched to save you from the evils of expensive overdraft fees. Hand Dave access to your checking account and the app’s machine learning algorithms will get busy crunching your spending...
DailyFinance  Mar 20  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, Personal Finance, Saving Managing your finances can be difficult, but a few quality tips and tricks can go a long way. Each week we'll be featuring a new tip on anything from daily spending to retirement planning from a...
Benzinga  Feb 17  Comment 
Wells Fargo & Co (NYSE: WFC)'s fake account scandal was one of the biggest business news stories of 2016, but the media backlash appears to have blown over. However, that doesn’t mean it hasn't affected the brand. According to the latest...
Motley Fool  Jan 22  Comment 
Here's how much cash Americans have been keeping on hand in a checking account. How do you compare?
Forbes  Nov 17  Comment 
The fallout from the phony account scandal is continuing to hit Wells Fargo: the bank reported Thursday that new checking account openings fell 44% in October.
Insurance Journal  Nov 7  Comment 
Tesco Bank, the lending arm of the U.K.’s biggest grocer, said it suspended online transactions after about 20,000 customers had money fraudulently taken from their accounts. About 40,000 of the bank’s 136,000 checking account holders...
New York Times  Oct 7  Comment 
If the recent Wells Fargo scandal has left you disenchanted with giant banks and ready to switch to a smaller one or a credit union, here’s what you should know.  Sep 8  Comment 
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A checking account is a transactional account or demand deposit account maintained for routine deposits and withdrawals. Money held in a checking account is more liquid that that in a savings account and can be withdrawn via checks, ATMs and electronic debits. Checking accounts generally pay lower rates of interest than savings accounts and are offered by banks for a minimal or no fee at all.

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