I'm only letting you guys know, I'm not paid by them.
The catch is that you need to have an M1 account, which costs $125/year after the trial period. To break-even would require a deposit of at least $2778.Bubba wrote: ↑Tue Nov 15, 2022 4:11 am I know that many of you use the high yield savings account. I'm thinking of going the same route. I'm not sure yet as to the "how's and the when's" because I really enjoy the flexibility of my USAA checking account. Nonetheless, this looks very interesting. They'll be offering one of the highest rates that I've found too https://m1.com/save/high-yield-savings-accounts/.
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The free coffee is nice too.
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Agree. There are many brick and mortar credit unions and smaller local banks that offer plain-jane no-fee checking accounts with minimum 3.75% APRs nowadays. Also, they still provide paper checks (for a small fee).