It seems like you can’t do anything at a bank without paying a fee. Banks charge fees for overdrawing your account, for using other banks’ ATMs, for making too many transactions, or for making no transactions at all. Learn about these and other common bank fees and how to avoid them.
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Banks and credit unions have much in common, but they are hardly interchangeable. Each has strengths and weaknesses you need to understand before opening an account or applying for a loan. Learn about the differences between credit unions and banks, and the pros and cons of each.
For cryptocurrency investors, securing your digital assets is critical because of the lack of available insurance for crypto and the relatively ease with which it can be stolen. Find out how to secure your cryptocurrency investments using these crypto wallets and online security best practices.
When your belongings are locked up in a box at the bank, you can only access them when the bank is open — which is a big problem for papers you might need to access in an emergency. And there are some physical valuables that, for one reason or another, are best stored elsewhere. So if you have a safe deposit box, here’s a rundown of what’s best to store and not to store in it. And if you don’t, here are some of the items that might make you consider getting one.