Debit cards and credit cards are two convenient ways to make payments without having to deal with cash. Although both are similar, some important differences make them suitable for different situations. Learn the difference between credit cards and debit cards and which is best in your situation.
When you transfer money into a brokerage account, you’ll probably notice the balance goes into a money market fund as a holding space for uninvested cash. But what precisely are money market funds? Learn how they work — and what separates a good money market fund from a bad one.
Free checking accounts aren’t entirely absent from business banking. They’re just more difficult to find — which means small-business owners and solopreneurs need to know where to look. If you’re searching for a free business checking account for your small business, start your search here.
Kids under 18 in the U.S. can’t own their own bank or investment accounts, but custodial accounts empower kids to take limited control of their own finances and learn about money while giving parents veto power over any questionable money decisions. Learn about the best custodial accounts for kids.
A cash management account (CMA) lets investors manage their money and effortlessly transfer it to and from their investment account while earning interest. Some even come with debit cards, all but eliminating the need for a separate checking account. But which CMA is right for you?
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