Best Checking Account Interest Rates
If you keep a lot of money in your checking account, moving your money to a high interest checking account may be a good move. Below is a list of nationally available highest yields checking accounts. All of these accounts are FDIC insured up to $250,000. Your principal is protected and you’re guarantee a positive nominal return on investment.
Additional Interest-Bearing Checking Accounts
As of March 12, 2012 recommended banks with the highest yield checking accounts include:
||Interest Rate (APY)
|Capital One 360 Checking
||Earn up to 0.80% APY with a balance over $50,000 and 0.85% APY if over $100,000, Free MasterCard Debit Card for all purchases, Free online bill pay, Free access to over 35,000 ATMs through the Allpoint network, Free postage.Get started now and earn a $50 bonus
|E*Trade’s Max-Rate Checking Account
||No ATM fees, Free one-click transfers, Unlimited check writing, Online check and deposit image, Free online bill pay and advanced reporting.
Please review information associated with each offer before you sign up. Rates and conditions change constantly and I have reported what I believe to be the most accurate information at the time the article was updated.
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About the Author
, on Feb 10, 2012
is the owner of Moolanomy Personal Finance
. He is a licensed Realtor
specializing in residential homes in the Northern Virginia area. Over the past 20 years, Pinyo has enjoyed a diverse career as an investor, entrepreneur, business executive, educator, and financial literacy author.
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