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Betterment and Wealthfront are making a play for ordinary savers.

Wealthfront and Betterment are battling it out, and it’s great news for savers

The high-yield savings accounts from Wealthfront and Betterment may be particularly attractive to savers looking to segue into robo-investing.
Don't sleep on Ally's high-yield savings account.

Experts and savers are obsessed with Ally’s high-yield savings account. Here’s how to open one and start earning up to 200 times more on y...

To open a high-yield savings account at Ally, you only need your Social Security or tax identification number, address, birthdate, and legal name.
Interest rates on high-yield savings accounts are always subject to change.

The interest rate on Wealthfront’s cash account may have peaked for now, and it shows why picking the right place to save is about more than APY...

Like any high-yield savings account, the interest rate on Wealthfront's Cash Account is tied to the Federal Reserve's federal funds rate.
It was like buying a pair of jeans that always has money in the pockets when I put them on.

The Albert savings app changed my views on money and helped me save $1,500 — here’s how

I saved over $1,500 in the first six months of using the paid version of the Albert savings app on my phone.
To earn the 2.69% APY on your high-yield savings account, you have to join the waitlist for Betterment's checking account.

Betterment dropped the rate on its fee-free, high-yield savings account less than 2 weeks after its debut

Betterment's Everyday Savings account has no monthly fees, allows unlimited transfers, and offers FDIC insurance up to $1 million.
Your emergency fund can't wait.

Here’s how to know exactly how much money you need in your emergency fund

You should have between three and six months worth of expenses saved in an emergency fund, depending on your household income.
A high-yield savings account is a great place for a travel fund.

A high-yield savings account helps money earn up to 200 times more, and there are 5 times using one is a no-brainer

A high-yield savings account is a good place to store money for short-term needs, like emergencies, travel, a down payment, or a wedding.
American Express' high-yield savings account is nothing to sneeze at.

American Express has a high-yield account to earn 20 times more on savings, and anyone can open it for as little as $1

American Express' high-yield savings account requires $0 to open, levies no monthly fees, and earns a 2.10% APY on all balance tiers.
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I want my bank accounts to be fee-free, high-yield, and trustworthy — and my 3 favorites perfectly fit the bill

High-yield savings accounts from Charles Schwab, Ally, and Capital One have low fees, high interest rates, and trustworthy institutions behind them.
Most people only need two bank accounts.

How many bank accounts you need to keep things simple, according to a financial planner

Regardless of how many credit cards, kids, or houses you have, you can probably keep things simple with just two bank accounts.