It’s still possible to find free checking accounts. You just have to know where to look. Many online banks offer legitimately free, FDIC-insured (up to $250,000 per account) accounts with few restrictions and plenty of sweeteners. Some even pay noticeable interest.
One of the first steps in being financially responsible is being organized. In order to figure out where you are spending your money you need to have a budget. Use this free printable budget binder to start managing your finances and saving more money this year.
What can you do when your wallet is empty, your credit cards are maxed out and your checking account is empty, but you still need some money right now? Work your way through this list of 25 ways to make money in the next hour. - The Penny Hoarder http://www.thepennyhoarder.com/25-ways-to-make-money-in-the-next-hour/
Feeling jittery about buying your home? Your down payment and closing costs should be in a money market or checking account because you can't wait out a stack market free fall.
The CEO of the hottest fintech startup talks expansion plans, the checking account, and Goldman Sachs - http://www.creditvisionary.com/the-ceo-of-the-hottest-fintech-startup-talks-expansion-plans-the-checking-account-and-goldman-sachs