If you're not quite sure which type of checking account will work best for you, don't worry. You can compare checking accounts below to determine which one is right. We will help you find the right checking account for you!
When opening a checking account, there is a minimum opening deposit of $50.00
*Additional maintenance fee of $10 per month if minimum balance requirement is not met.
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A checking account is a secure way to store your money at a bank. It is an account that allows you to deposit and withdraw money as you need. You used to need to visit a branch location to deposit your paycheck or take money out, but many of these tasks can be done online now. This makes banking much more efficient.
If you’re looking for a convenient place to hold your money that is safer than your mattress, Commercial Bank can help. A checking account is designed for everyday use, whether that’s deposits or withdrawals.
If you’re concerned about losing your money during an economic collapse, that won’t be a worry with your checking account at Commercial Bank as long as you stay within the allowable limits. FDIC stands for Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. It safeguards your money up to $250,000 at your bank.
Having a debit card is convenient way to pay for your purchases almost anywhere. Instead of carrying around cash, you can keep your debit card in your wallet for quick and easy transactions. You may also use your debit card for online purchases at most places.
Some of the checking accounts at Commercial Bank earn interest! This means your money can grow while it is in your checking account.
There are no limits to how often you can withdraw money from your checking account, so you have easy access to the cash from your account whenever you need it.
Each person values different things in a checking account. You may want to earn more interest, or you may value not having any fees for your account. An expert at Commercial Bank can help walk you through each account type and it’s benefits to help you find the best account for your needs. You can contact us here.
Debit cards and credit cards look similar from the outside, but they act differently. A debit card is linked to your checking account, so when you swipe it or make an online purchase, the money is debited from your account.
A credit card is similar to taking out a loan for a purchase. When you swipe it, the credit card company takes note and sends you a bill to pay later. Credit cards allow you to accumulate debt, while debit cards do not.
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