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Checking Accounts

Citibank Launches Digital Checking Account with 1% APY & Unlimited Reimbursed ATM Fees (Citi Elevate Review)

Published on November 19th, 2019 | by Chuck

Citibank announced today a new interest-bearing checking account which also waives and reimburses all ATM fees nationwide with no limit. The interest rate is currently 1.00% APY for balances over $25,000. The account is called Citi Elevate. (The rate is 0.4% for balances between $10,000 and $25,000 and 0.2% for balances below $10,000.)... Read More


High-Yield APY Accounts

Crypto Lending Options

Published on October 23rd, 2019 | by Don L

This is a list of various ways to lend out and earn interest on your crypto currency holdings. Crypto currency lending is a developing area and this an experimental page (far from complete).  We welcome any ... Read More


High-Yield APY Accounts

[IL, IN, MI] Centier Bank 2.00% Savings on up to $18,000 With 50 Debit Card Purchases

Published on October 1st, 2019 | by Chuck

Centier Bank offers their Savings Connect account with 4.00% APY on balances up to $50,000 providing that you open a checking account as well and have 50 debit card transactions on the account. Obviously the 50 transactions is a tall order, but for someone who has lots of small transactions, e.g. subway, vending machine, convenience store, Amazon reloads, etc, it's a nice return since the 4% rate is valid on a full $50,000. Comparing this to a 2% account (see Best High Yield Savings Rates here), you'll earn an extra $1,000 per year. ... Read More


High-Yield APY Accounts

CIT Bank 2.20% Savings Account on Balances $25,000+

Published on September 10th, 2019 | by Chuck

CIT Bank bumped up the rate on the Savings Builder savings account to 2.45% APY (up from 2.25%) on balances $25,000 and higher. reader Walter assures us that those who already had the Savings Builder savings account at the 2.25% rate were automatically bumped up to 2.45%. This leads me to recommend this account as the best high-yield account currently available. ... Read More


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