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    Capital One
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    Capital One

    • Money Market: 0.85% APY up to $10,000; 2.00% APY $10,000 or more. No monthly service fee and no minimum deposit.
    Pros:
    • Overdraft protection options
    • No account minimums
    • 27 Capital One cafes for in-person support
    Cons:
    • Lower savings APY compared to other online banks

    Our Review: (4.3) Capital One 360 checking and savings accounts are free to open and offer higher-than-average APY rates. Does this popular web bank live up to its claims? Find out if it's right for you... Read full review

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    Discover Bank
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    Discover Bank

    • Money Market: 1.85% APY under $100,000; 1.90% APY $100,000 or more. No monthly service fee. $2,500 minimum deposit.
    Pros:
    • 1% cashback checking
    • High APYs
    • 24/7 customer service
    Cons:
    • No interest checking
    • $2,500 minimum deposit for CDs
    • Overdraft fees

    Our Review: (4.8) Discover offers high interest rates on its online savings and CD accounts. But there are downsides. Here's what you need to know before you open an account... Read full review

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    CIT Bank
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    CIT Bank

    • Money Market: 1.85% APY. $100 minimum deposit. No monthly maintenance fee.
    Pros:
    • High APY
    • No minimum deposit for savings
    • No monthly service fees
    Cons:
    • No checking accounts
    • No ATM card

    Our Review: (4.5) CIT Bank offers high interest rates on its online savings and CD accounts. But there are downsides. Here's what you need to know before you open an account... Read full review

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    PNC Bank
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    PNC Bank

    • Money Market: 0.03% - 1.90% APY. Minimum deposit is $100. Maximum deposit is $10,000. Monthly service charge of $12 unless you have $5,000 average monthly balance.
    Pros:
    • Virtual Wallet tools
    • Relatively easy to waive fees
    • Free student account
    Cons:
    • Limited branches
    • Low APY

    Our Review: (3.5) PNC Bank has relatively low requirements to waive fees and offers many financial tools to help you meet savings goals. Read on to see if this East Coast bank is right for you... Read full review

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    Santander Bank
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    Santander Bank

    • Money Market: 0.25% - 1.62% APY. Must be Santander Premier Plus Checking Account holder. Minimum deposit of $25. No monthly fee.
    Pros:
    • Easy to waive monthly fees
    • High APY for CDs
    • Free student checking
    Cons:
    • Low interest for Premier Plus Checking

    Our Review: (3.8) If you're in the Northeast, Santander Bank offers solid basic checking and savings options, as well as competitive rates for CDs. Read on to see if it fits your needs... Read full review

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    Huntington Bank
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    Huntington Bank

    • Money Market: 1.51% interest rate for amounts of $25,000 to $2,000,000. $25 monthly maintenance fee unless there is 1) average daily balance of $25,000, or 2) linked to a Huntington 5 or Huntington 25 Checking account.
    Pros:
    • Free checking option
    • 24-hr grace for overdrafts
    • All day deposit
    • 24-hr customer service
    Cons:
    • Limited branches
    • low savings APY

    Our Review: (3.9) Though Huntington Bank doesn't offer the best interest rates, it provides great accounts benefits and 24/7 customer service. Read on to see if this Midwest bank is right for you... Read full review

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    Synchrony Bank
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    Synchrony Bank

    • Money Market: 1.20% APY. No monthly service fee and no minimum deposit.
    Pros:
    • Savings with ATM card
    • High APY
    • All balance tiers receive same rate
    Cons:
    • No checking account
    • $2,000 minimum deposit for CDs
    • Limited customer service hours

    Our Review: (4.3) Synchrony offers some of the highest savings and CD rates. But there are downsides. Read this review before you open an account... Read full review

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    Ally Bank
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    Ally Bank

    • Money Market: 0.90% APY under $25,000; 1.00% APY $25,000 or more. No monthly service fee and no minimum deposit.
    Pros:
    • CD options
    • No account minimums
    • 24/7 customer service
    Cons:
    • Low Checking APY for lower balance customers

    Our Review: (4.4) Ally Bank offers good interest rates and no account minimums. But is this popular online bank good for you? Learn the benefits (and drawbacks) here... Read full review

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    TD Bank
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    TD Bank

    • Money Market: 0.05% - 0.35% APY for amounts up to $250,000. No minimum deposit. $11 or $12 monthly maintenance fee waived if 1) minimum $2000 balance or 2) over 62 years old.
    Pros:
    • Extended banking hours
    • Low requirements to waive monthly fees
    • No foreign transaction fees
    Cons:
    • No free checking
    • Low APY
    • Only on East Coast

    Our Review: (3.4) If you are tired of banks with "banker's hours," you may enjoy the extended hours TD Bank offers. While its physical locations are predominately located on the East Coast, their online banking services are available nationwide... Read full review

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    Fifth Third Bank
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    Fifth Third Bank

    • Money Market: 0.01% - 0.30% APY. No minimum deposit. Monthly service charge of $5, unless 1) you have a Fifth Third Checking Account or 2) you maintain an average monthly balance of $500 or more, or 3) you or someone under age 18 is an owner of the account, or 4) you are enrolled in Fifth Third Military Banking.
    Pros:
    • Free Express Checking
    • Free student checking
    • Promo CD with high APY
    Cons:
    • Higher balance requirements
    • Low savings APY
    • Limited branches

    Our Review: (3.3) Fifth Third Bank has higher balance requirements and high service fees if they're not met. But it offers some unique programs. Read on to see if Fifth Third Bank is a good fit for you... Read full review

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    Citizens Bank
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    Citizens Bank

    • Money Market: Several types of Money Market accounts. 0.01% - 0.12% APY. No minimum opening deposit. Monthly maintenance fee of $10, unless you have a minimum daily balance of $2500. Other Money Market accounts have no monthly maintenance fee but require qualifying Citizens Bank Checking Account.
    Pros:
    • One Deposit Checking
    • GoalTrack Savings
    • 24/7 customer service
    Cons:
    • Low APY
    • Heavy overdraft fees
    • Limited branches

    Our Review: (3.8) Are you looking for a bank that will not only keep your money, but also help push you to meet your financial goals? If so, you may want to consider Citizens Bank... Read full review

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    Citibank
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    Citibank

    • Money Market: A.k.a 'Savings Plus' Account. 0.01% - 0.10% APY. Minimum opening deposit $100.
    Pros:
    • Perks for high balance customers
    • Many fee-free ATMs
    • Global presence
    Cons:
    • No free checking option
    • Higher balance requirements
    • Low savings APY

    Our Review: (3.5) Citibank offers credit cards and banking services. But service fees and balance requirements are on the high side. Is it the right bank for you? Keep reading to find out... Read full review

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    Wells Fargo
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    Wells Fargo

    • Money Market: Also known as the Platinum Savings Account. 0.01% - 0.1% APY. Minimum opening deposit of $25. $12 monthly service fee, unless you maintain a minimum daily balance of $3500. Bonus APY requires account link to Portfolio by Wells Fargo® relationship.

    Wells Fargo offers nationwide access with thousands of ATMs and branch locations. But are their checkings and savings accounts right for you? Read on to see the best options... Read full review

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    US Bank
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    US Bank

    • Money Market: 0.04% - 0.05% APY, depending on amount. Minimum opening deposit $100. Monthly maintenance fee $10 unless you have $1,000 minimum daily ledger balance OR $2,500 average monthly collected balance.
    Pros:
    • Promo CD with high APY
    • Free student account
    • 24/7 customer service
    Cons:
    • High minimums to waive fees
    • Low savings APY

    Our Review: (3.7) U.S. Bank is the country's fifth largest bank, but does that make them a bank that will suit your banking needs? Do you need one of the country's largest banks or is a smaller bank more your style?... Read full review

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    M&T Bank
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    M&T Bank

    • Money Market: Regular M&T Money Market account - 0.05% APY. No minimum opening deposit. No monthly maintenance fee. M&T MyChoice Money Market account - 0.05% - 0.45% APY. $15 monthly maintenance fee unless 1) you have a minimum daily balance of $2500 or 2) have an eligible M&T checking account.
    Pros:
    • Free checking option
    • High APY for Promo CD
    • Free savings with checking
    Cons:
    • Fee heavy
    • Subpar savings APY
    • Limited branches

    Our Review: (3.4) If you are on the upper East Coast, you probably see M&T Bank frequently. With a free checking option and a range of deposit accounts, does it meet your needs?... Read full review

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    TCF Bank

    TCF Bank

    • Money Market: 0.01% APY. $50 minimum opening deposit. $10 monthly maintenance fee, unless you have $1500 minimum balance.
    Regions Bank
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    Regions Bank

    • Money Market: Two types of Money Market accounts - Regions Money Market Account and Premium Money Market Account. Regions Money Market - $100 minimum opening deposit, $12 monthly fee. Premium Money Market - $15,000 minimum opening deposit and a Regions checking account with Direct Deposit OR a Regions checking account with a $2,500 minimum daily balance. $15 monthly fee.
    Pros:
    • $50 to open checking account
    • Relationship Rewards program
    • LifeGreen Savings annual bonus
    Cons:
    • No free checking option
    • Limited branches
    • Low savings APY

    Our Review: (3.4) Regions Bank offers a variety of deposit products, easy account opening requirements, and special reward programs. Read on to see if this bank is right for you... Read full review

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    SunTrust Bank
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    SunTrust Bank

    • Money Market: Minimum opening deposit $100. Monthly maintenance fee $15 unless 1) one (1) automated transfer ($100 minimum) occurs, OR 2) a minimum daily collected balance of $5,000 is maintained.
    Pros:
    • High APY for CDs
    • Free student account
    • Good customer service
    Cons:
    • No free checking option
    • Low savings APY
    • Limited branches

    Our Review: (3.7) If customer service ranks high on your list, SunTrust Bank may be one you want to check out. While they offer interest rates comparable to most "big banks," they do offer that warm, fuzzy feeling some people look for in a bank... Read full review

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    KeyBank
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    KeyBank

    • Money Market: $50 or $25000 minimum opening deposit, depending on account. Monthly maintenance charge of $12 or $18, depending on account. Can be waived with $5000 or $25000 daily balance or having a qualifying Key Checking Account.
    Pros:
    • HelloWallet financial tools
    • Free checking option
    • 24/7 customer service
    Cons:
    • Limited branches
    • High account fees

    Our Review: (3.3) Are you looking for a no-frills checking account or maybe a bank that offers relationship banking services/interest rates? You may have found your fit with KeyBank... Read full review

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