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Open A Free Bank Account

Open A Free Bank Account

What a way to spend your Wise Spend Wednesday than by researching fee-free bank accounts! If you are looking to save money, make sure your bank isn't dipping into your own account.

Unfortunately, according to an article from bankrate.com, "Banks often charge monthly fees just to maintain your checking account. Some charge penalties if your account dips below the required minimum balance, or they may charge fees for using competing banks’ ATMs. But that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to sign up for a free checking account that can save you a few bucks."

Here are 7 banks that offer free checking, or variations of that service:

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