Money Market Accounts
Money market accounts are similar in many ways to traditional savings accounts, though most banks reserve a higher yield for their money market option. The catch is often that you need a higher minimum balance to earn interest and avoid penalties with a money market account. But the higher yield isn’t the only possible perk with these vehicles: Some money market accounts also offer debit card and checking privileges.
Rates for Money Market Account as of October 28, 2021
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