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MojaveMoon
Posts: 536
Registered: ‎08-26-2008

Re: What happened to the CC that rounded up and put $ into Savings

or a high interest rate checking account (2.5% to 3.0%)

Alliant high rate checking account
http://www.alliantcreditunion.org/depositsinvestments/checking/

Century Bank Direct
https://www.centurybankdirect.com/onlinechecking.html

Clear Sky Accounts
http://www.clearskyaccounts.com/

Salem Five Direct
http://salemfivedirect.com/
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woopah
Posts: 721
Registered: ‎03-15-2008

Re: What happened to the CC that rounded up and put $ into Savings

Even though most of my banking is at one place, I did open a rewards checking account at a Credit union for 5.09%, have to use the debit card 12 times a month, online banking, direct deposit or auto debit or online billpay, and online statements. 

 

This year it's gone down to 4.09%, but that's still the best interest rate around, and after I do the 12 debit transactions it's a savings acount for me. 

 

I could never do keep the change because there are littleally months where I need every penny I've set aside for spending.

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